My $10 Stockpile Shopping Trip Week 8

Last week I was left with $6.85 cash and a $5 Savingstar credit, which appeared in my account just two days after my purchase! So I started out today with $6.85 + $5 from Savingstar, along with my $10 budget for this week = $21.85. I headed to CVS first.

CVS

{Transaction #1}
(10) Campbell’s Soup @ $0.75 = $7.50
(1) Wisk Laundry Detergent $4.99
(2) Crest Complete Whitening with Scope 2.7 oz. toothpaste @ $2.87 = $5.74
=$18.23
-$3 off $15 from the Magic Coupon Machine (printed last week, still valid)
-$5 ECB from last week
-$1 CVS Wisk coupon from Magic Coupon Machine
-$1 Wisk printable
-$1/5 Campbell’s printable, used two
Final Price: $6.23, earned $6 ECB ($3 for Crest x 2 – details HERE)

{Transaction #2}
(1) Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste 4 oz. $4.99
(2) Ajax Dish Liquid @ $0.89 = $1.78
=$6.77
-$0.50/1 Colgate 2/24 SS insert
-$6 ECB from transaction #1
Final Price: $0.27, earned $4 ECB (Colgate)

Total spent at CVS: $6.50 with a $4 ECB left over for next week.

I made a quick run into Target for the FREE Heinz Ketchup. Since there is a limit of one coupon per visit, I had my hubby with me to buy one of them.

Target:

(2) Heinz Ketchup 38 oz. $1.98 each
-$2 Target printable, used two
Final Price: FREE

Next stop was Walmart:

(6) Red Gold Diced Tomatoes @ $0.79 = $4.74
-$1/3 Red Gold printable, used two
Final Price: six for $2.74 ($0.46 each)

(1) Birdseye Steamfresh Corn $0.99
-$1/1 Birdseye printable (NLA to print)
Final Price: FREE

Grand Total Spent: $9.24
Left Over for Next Week: $12.61 + $4 ECB

Here’s what I got for my nine bucks:

(10) Soup
(6) Diced Tomatoes
(2) Ketchup
(32) loads Laundry Detergent
(2) Dish Liquid
(3) Toothpaste

The frozen veggies are not on my stockpile list but they were free so I snagged them anyway.

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Here’s what my stockpile looks like so far:
60 Bath Tissues Double Rolls (goal: 364)
12 Body Wash (goal: 24)
12 Deodorant (goal: 24)
19 Toothpaste (goal: 24)
9 Shampoo (goal: 24)
6 Conditioner (goal: 18)
6 Mouthwash (goal: 12)
9 Dish Liquid (goal: 12)
8 Hand Soap (goal: 36)
50 Loads Dishwasher Detergent (goal: 728)
178 Loads Laundry Detergent (goal: 728)
28 Cans of Soup (goal: 26)
10 Cans Diced Tomatoes (goal: 26)
2 Ketchup (goal: 6)

All of this was accomplished with no more than $10 per week out of pocket.  My goal is to have all items on my stockpile list in my pantry by December 31st using coupons, sale prices, store rewards and this modest budget.  You can do it too!

Comments

  1. I have been viewing your blog for several years without commenting. Good job! How did you pick your stockup items and the amounts? Is it enough for a year? I like the idea of look what you can accomplish with just ten dollars!!!

    • Hi Marianne – Yes, I estimated how much my family would need for one year and those are my goals. For food items it is 6 months.