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I’m trying something a little new this year and experimenting with how well I can do with groceries by shopping at Costco. I’m not doing as much grocery store couponing anymore, because I just ended up bringing home a lot of junk. To eat healthier I’ve been trying out different options, one of which is shopping at Costco Wholesale Club. This month’s bulk shopping trip consisted of the following:
- Baby Wipes 900 ct. (not pictured – .01 cent per wipe after $4 Costco coupon)
- Organic Spinach
- Organic Spring Mix Salad
- Organic Carrots
- Multigrain Chips (used $2 Costco coupon)
- Dark Chocolate Pomegranates
- Bolthouse Farms Cappuccinos
- Organic Carrot Juice
- Mayo (used $2 Costco coupon)
- Organic Strawberry Preserves
- Clear Care Contact Solution
- Kashi TLC Granola Bars
- Organic Flax Pumpkin Granola (used $2.50 Costco coupon)
- All Natural Chicken Sausage Spinach and Feta
- Organic Butter
Last month’s bulk shopping at Costco lasted me well into February. In fact, I actually hit Costco before I needed to because I’m heading on a road trip next week (hence all the drinks and snacks). Total spent: $142.61. Check out the Costco Organic Price List for the deals (I’ll be adding more to the list this week).
After adding in the milk we bought from a local farmer this past week (five gallons), total spent so far for March is: $172.61 or roughly $43 per week if this only lasts us four weeks. We shouldn’t need to make any other purchases this month unless we run out of milk. I still have plenty of meat, bread and veggies in my freezer along with wheat, pasta and quinoa still stockpiled.
Oh and I also got my free bag of organic, fair-trade coffee this week from Liga Masiva and must admit that it is wonderful coffee!
Did you get yours?
How did you all do this week? Go ahead, show off all those awesome deals you got! Please link directly to your posts, and I ask that you do not link to giveaways or posts mainly promoting affiliate deals. Let’s encourage one another with our thrifty ventures. No giveaways please. Thanks!