Total paid (w/ CVS Extra Bucks (EB) & Checkout 51 rebates taken into play) = $32

路2 Skintimate Cream $3.29 each; 2 $1 off MFC from 8/21; Buy 2, get $5 in EB; Final price; $.42 moneymaker

路 Puffs $.99; $.25 off MFC from 8/28; $.75 Checkout 51 rebate 鈥 Free

路 Trolli candy worms 鈥 $1.88 – get $1.88 in extra bucks – Free

路 2 Pampers Giant Packs – $8.99 each; 2 $3 off MFC from 8/28; $5 of spend $25, get $7 in EB; $1.50 Swaddlers rebate on Checkout 51; $2.75 each

路 3 Pantene 鈥 3/$12; $5 off 3 MFC from 8/28; $2 off 3 Pantene CVS coupon (kiosk); $2 of spend $25, get $7 in EB; $1 each

路 2 Venus Disposable Razors $7.99 each; 2 $3 off MFC; submitted for $2 Checkout 51 rebate; $4 each

路 2 Garnier Fructis Shampoo & Conditioner 鈥 2/$6; 2/$3 MFC from 8/21; $1.50 each

路 2 Olay Bodywash 鈥 2/$10 鈥 $2/2 MFC from 8/28; $1.50 off body wash CVS kiosk coupon; $3.25 each

路 2 Old Spice Deo – $5.79 each; Buy 2, get 2nd 50% off; 2 $1 MFC 8/28; $3.34 each (not a great deal, but needed these)

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2 thoughts on 鈥淐VS savings 鉁傦笍馃挵鈥

I’m new to this and I feel like I normally end up spending way to much on my hauls. What is considered a good savings percentage?

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It all depends on where you’re shopping and what you’re buying. In the beginning, your OOP will be higher because you won’t have points/register rewards (Walgreens), EB (CVS), gift cards (Target), plenti points (Rite Aid) to roll into your current transaction. My typical saving, after all discounts, coupons, and rewards is between 70%-90% on most things except food. Keep at it and you will start to see the same level of savings 馃檪

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