Wednesday, April 18, 2012

All set for BBQ season....and then some...

We are now the proud owners of 58 bottles of Bullseye BBQ sauce. Yes, 58. I know what is running through your heads right now... That horrible "hoarder" word. Not true. We BBQ for most of the summer, which means alot of sauce will be used. Also, we usually have 3-4 large events where a fair amount of people come over for said BBQ. Also, family, friends and neighbours enjoy it too. And with the BOGO Free coupons, and the 3/$4.98 sale at Sobeys, you can't go wrong with $0.83 per bottle, when stores have charged upwards of $4.00 per bottle... Also picked up 24 Shiriff Dr. Oetker Pudding/Pie Filling mixes, 20 Mousses, 4 Creme Caramel, and 8 Mug Cake mixes. They come in handy for a quick dessert!

Am off to Walmart to get more of the Resolve Laundry Stain Remover tomorrow. It works out free with the $2 insert coupons from the weekend, and with all that BBQ sauce future spillage, we will definitely need it!

What deals have you been shopping for lately? I am on the hunt lately for toilet paper and paper towels! Will post more tomorrow when the sales flyers come! Happy clipping y'all!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

What's going through my mind is what did you leave for other shoppers???

Anonymous said...

What was the deal for the Dr. Oetker desserts?

Melissa said...

This was done through multiple trips and multiple stores where there was more than enough stock, thanks.

Dr. Oetker was one for $1, and there $0.50 coupons and buy 2 get 1 free coupons out there.

Louise @ CanadianCouponSaver.com said...

The Bullseye BBQ Sauce is a great deal! Hopefully there will be lots of opportunities to BBQ this summer :)

Canadianfreestuff.com said...

Wow 58!I stocked up at 19, and didn't use a coupon, I dislike Bullseye bbq sauce. I'm a Sauce Snob!! I managed to pick up 8 Kraft ones at Liquidation world for $1.00 each, and again 11 at No Frills for $1.00.
I'm hoping 19 is enough:)

CouponLiker said...

Wow! Looks like you got some pretty good deals- thanks for the info. And good luck with the BBQs!

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Unknown said...

I need help couponing in Calgary! I'm from the U.S. where you can get $1,000 worth of stuff for $8.00. I'm not sure that exisists here!

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