I wish I took a picture but.........Kroger has boneless, skinless chicken breasts on sale for $1.99 a pound so I bought 4 packs of that. Trying to stock up a tad because the hubster's surgery is back on for March 23rd. I will have my hands full for quite some time.
For the most part we are really pleased with the prices at Kroger. They stopped double coupons right after the extreme coupon show started so that's kind of a bummer but we buy a ton of Kroger generic products so we don't miss them all that much. Plus Kroger is great about sending us coupons for their generic products. We buy their peanut butter, granola bars (can convince the hubster to try homemade), sandwich meat and so many other items. In our town we don't have a ton of stores to choose from. Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Lowe's and Kroger. There is also a Walmart and Target. Oh lest I forget we do have an Aldi. Now I like Aldi but the hubster not so much.
I saved over $20.00 tonight just using my Kroger card. Did I really save it or is it I didn't spend the extra $20.00? I think to be able to save I saved it I should transfer $20 into savings. What is your definition of savings?