We went through all the meat from last week's Baywood Foods shopping trip. I still don't have a meat stockpile, so I'm having to buy week-to-week. The local Kroger doesn't have that super great deals on their reduced-for-quick-sale items, so I'm doing this instead. Again, I figure the meat alone would've been $31.25 this time, but I got it all for $19.99. One thing I'm disappointed with is how they enter this deal into their registers. Instead of individual items, it goes in as "Pick 5 Meat" and then gets a "Pick 5 Meat Discount" of $4.96. This ensures I won't be able to use any coupons to make this deal better. :( This store also doubles coupons up to $0.50, so I know I could've at least saved another dollar on the Tennessee Pride sausage biscuits. At least I get a discount in general.
- Tennessee Pride Biscuits $5.50
- Flat Iron Steaks $5.05
- Shoulder Steaks $5.68
- Assorted Pork Chops $4.91
- Sirloin Pork Chops $5.09
Paid $19.99 for above items instead of the prices listed due to the deal.
- Shake N Bake Parmesan $2.39
- Parade Seasoned Bread Crumbs $1.18
- 5 pound bag of white potatoes $1.48
- Yams $.34
- Soft & Silky Paper Towels $0.68
- Soft & Silky Bath Tissue $0.98
I thought the TP was marked $0.88, but PreK Newbie was acting up really, really badly in the line so not only did I not get to watch the register, but I didn't get a chance to debate the dime. I'll deal with it.
I'm not too super concerned with the high out of pocket expense because of how much meat I bought. I see it as having saved $11.23 on those meals and basically got each item for $3.99 each. This is why I'm sure to pick the highest costing meat with the "Buy 5" labels on them.