Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Toothpaste: $5.49 - $3.00 Red Plum coupon = $2.49. Not phenomenol, but not bad. And I want to try it so it's good opportunity. Manufacturers put out good coupons when their product is new.
Colgate Total Whitening Toothpaste: Reg. $2.79 but it was on the clearance rack for $1.99. Minus a $1.00 manufacturer coupon = $0.99. For the big tube. Good deal.
Lever 2000 4-pack bar soap: $2.99 - $1.00 in-store coupon collected weeks or months ago and saved, = $1.99.
Vicks BabyRub: on sale for $4.99 - $2.00 save.ca coupon = $2.99. Good stuff to have on hand this time of year.
Mars Bars 4-packs. $4.29 each, minus $3.00 each in manager's coupons (aka clearance) = $1.29 each, or $0.32 per bar. A sweet deal ;-)
Wonder+ Bread: $2.00 - $0.75 manufacturer coupon = $1.25 per loaf. More than making it myself, but cheap enough to justify.
Oasis 1.75L Orange Juice: $2.99 - $0.75 peelie coupon stuck on the carton = $2.24 each
French's Mustard: $2.00 - $2.00 wub2 coupon from a calendar I got in the mail = $1.00 each (retail was three something)
Lipton Onion Soup 2pk: on sale for $1.00 each. Used "buy 3 get 1" coupons to buy six and get two free, for a cost of $0.75 per box or $0.37 per packet.
Secret PH-balanced Antiperspirant: $2.00 each, minus the brandsaver coupon to save $4.00 when you buy two equals, you guessed it, FREE! This was a super-specific sale, only on that particular kind, and there were only four there of a scent I liked, so I didn't exactly "stock up", but four was enough to top up my stash a bit. And my cashier was so nice I gave her one of my extra coupons so she could get some for herself. Just cause I'm nice like that. ;-)
Campbell's "blue band" tomato soup: on sale for $0.50. I bought six and used two coupons to "save $1.00 wuen you buy 3" making them actually cost about $0.17 each. I didn't go crazy here because I already have a stash of tomato soup but the stuff is dated for 2012 so I don't mind being stocked ahead a bit on it.
Robin Hood 10kg Flour: on sale for $9.97. Even without coupons I would have bought two. I plan on going back for more but need more cash first. But as an added bonus, I do have some $1.00 coupons on hand so I paid $8.97 each. Which is good. But what is better is that Walmart even HAD any of them in the first place - it has been MONTHS since I've seen a stock of 10kg flour in our Walmart store.
That's it. Hope you enjoyed shopping with me! :-)