Here's a glimpse at my morning haul at Harris Teeter during the first day of its Super Doubles coupon event.
The cart was full and so was my wallet. I got change back from my dollar bill.
Here's the breakdown:
I purchased $91.98 worth of groceries and paid 90 cents. All of it was tax.
That figures out to be a 99.9 percent savings.
Even though I've been couponing for years, I'm still in awe of how much those little slips of paper can save a family.
That kind of savings never gets old.
My order included 20 "super doubled" coupons, plus an additional one for free ground beef when you purchase Wholly Guacamole and King's Hawaiian rolls. Luckily, the ground beef was on sale and I had coupons for both the guacamole and the rolls.
How exactly did I get my total that low?
I used high-value paper coupons, along with Harris Teeter's digital coupons, and focused primarily on BOGO sales. I also used two Catalina coupons for $2 off my order that I earned on previous purchases.
I got a mixture of staples, healthy foods, health and beauty items, and junk foods. I'll go back later in the week to do a full shop for my week's worth of groceries but I knew that if I didn't get my freebies and super cheap items on the first day they might be gone.
I've got my fingers crossed that Harris Teeter will keep the shelves stocked.
How did you do at Super Doubles? Don't forget to leave a comment on my giveaway post over HERE and you'll be entered to win a $25 Harris Teeter gift card.