15 lb OxiClean – $12.99 after $4.00 coupon
Orville Redenbacher’s 94% Fat Free Popcorn, 32 count – $6.69 after $3.00 coupon
Ziploc quart freezer bags, 216 – $6.84 after $1.75 coupon
Trident salmon burgers, 3 lbs – $9.24 after $3.75 coupon
Tillamook sliced medium cheddar cheese, 2 lbs – $6.89
SAVED: $41.05 compared to grocery stores
2 x V8 Splash Juice, 64 oz each – $6.00 (received $1.00 ECB)
4 x Pepsi Fridge Mates, 12 pack – $12.00 (received $3.00 ECB)
1 x small cactus – $2.99
TOTAL: $11.35 out of pocket, after using a $4.00 off $20.00 coupon and a $7.00 ECB. I also received a total of $4.00 ECBs to use on my next order.
4 ears of corn – $1.00
2 mangos – $1.34
2 x Wild Garden Hummus, 13.4 oz – $3.49
2 x Hy-Vee egg noodles, 12 oz – $1.56
KC Masterpiece Original BBQ Sauce, 18 oz - FREE after $1.00 coupon
Dubuque Plumper Extra Lean Beef Franks, 16 oz – $0.99
2 x Jimmy Dean reduced fat pork roll sausage, 16 oz – $3.00 after $1.00 coupon
Jimmy Dean fully cooked turkey sausage, 9.6 oz – $1.00 after $1.00 coupon
2 packages of boneless skinless chicken breasts, 4.23 lbs total – $7.96
California Pizza Kitchen pizza for one – $1.50 after $1.00 coupon
2 x Digiorno Flat Bread Melts – $4.00 after $1.00 coupon
2 x Edy’s ice cream, 56 oz – $3.98
Hy-Vee plain fat free yogurt, 32 oz – $2.08
Yoplait Go-Gurt, 8 count – $1.65 after $0.35 coupon
2 x Arm & Hammer 2X liquid laundry detergent, 44 loads or 68.75 oz – $4.98 after $1.00 coupon
Cascade gel dishwashing detergent, 75 oz – $3.63 after $0.25 coupon
SAVED: $52.50 compared to non-sale prices
2 x Old Spice Swagger body wash – $4.49 after B1G1 coupon (also received $4.50 in register rewards, which makes this free)
2 x Lysol toilet bowl cleaner – $1.99 after two $0.50 coupons
2 x Kotex tampons, 18 count – $4.50 after $1.50 coupon (also received $2.00 in register rewards)
Welch’s 100% grape juice, 64 oz – $2.00 after $1.00 coupon
TOTAL: $12.66 out of pocket, after using $2.00 in register rewards. I received a total of $6.50 in register rewards for my next purchase.
GRAND TOTAL: $118.22
TOTAL SAVED: $132.96
I think it was a great week considering I saved 53%, but how much longer is this stocking up stage supposed to last? I must admit I’m not trying too hard to stay within any kind of budget. I’m just saying yes to any good deal at this point because I like variety and eating well. If anyone’s wondering, we’re slowly eating all this food and the only food that spoiled was not because I overbought something. I foolishly left bananas in a bag on top of the fridge. Oops!
There are still a few great deals left at Costco, but I’ll get more later this month. The only two things I’ll go back for tomorrow are milk (we still have drinking milk, but I want to try making crockpot yogurt) and “ultragrain” unbleached flour. I have a batch of dough for Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day sitting in the fridge and no flour to shape it with.
Pain in lower portion of back is one of the major worries to people all over the world irrespective of their age and gender. It has been said that people in the age group between 30 and 50, are the ones who mainly suffer from pinched nerve in lower back. For the ones who wonder as to what is meant by a pinched nerve in lower back, this article will provide the right answer. One has to note the point that back pain can be wing to various reasons and the back pain caused due to pinched nerve in lower back can be gotten rid of easily provided one takes steps to reduce its severity.
The ailment caused due to pinched nerve in lower back has become very common these days owing to the modern lifestyle that the people lead. One would not be wrong in terming that it is due to the wrong kind of eating and living habits that such problems arise. Pinched nerve in lower back can make life miserable for a person who suffers from it. The problem is mainly seen in people who are obese and have a very high body mass index. The absence of physical exercise is said to be the prime cause of the sciatic nerve in the lower back getting pinched.
Interested in American Football?
Want to represent your city?
Then why don’t you give us a try! The Cassidy Jets are recruiting junior kitted (age 14-16) players for the 2009 season and beyond! American football is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK and Coventry is already home to one of the best teams in Europe!
Will my size and ability affect my chances?
Described as the ultimate team sport, nothing feels better than scoring the game winning touchdown or making a big tackle on the opposition. Given the nature of the sport every shape, sex and size can be accommodated and you will see game time against teams from all across the UK. The 6’4” 260lb lineman is as important as the 5’8” 185lb star player.
What chances are there to progress in this sport?
There is a natural progression from Junior football into Youth football and then ultimately into the Jets senior team. But if you are good enough there are chances to play at a professional level. There are many professional leagues in the USA and Canada, to which European players are being recruited. There are at least 5 former BAFL players currently playing professional football over there, ranging from the Arena Football League to the NFL. American football is also played all over North America at high school and collegiate level and if you are good enough and have the brains there are opportunities to play over there to continue your football and your education. Danny Wardell, the Jets Free Safety, has spent the past year with an NCAA Div 2 college in Minnesota and more US colleges are looking towards Europe for players. Similarly there are teams across Europe that play at semi pro level equal to the Jets that are always looking for good young players so you can see that in American football terms the world is your oyster!
Where and when do you train?
Both Junior and Youth train at Woodlands School and Sports College, Broad Lane, Coventry. Training starts at 12.30pm and finishes 3pm, although you will need to be there for noon so we can sort you some equipment. You will need to use the entrance to the Power League Centre to access the changing facilities. All sessions are coached by qualified BAFCA and CRB checked coaches.
What do I need to start training?
All you will need for your first training session is normal sports wear, T-shirt, jogging bottoms or shorts and football boots. You may need to wear extra clothing depending on the weather. You will also need to bring along a drink. One essential item you do need is a gum shield, which you can find in most sports shops and usually cost £3.
How much does it cost?
When you begin all it will cost is your registration fee for the league and club membership, which is £50! Broken down, it works out at a bargain 97p a week over the whole year! The club will help with your kit, providing your helmet and shoulder pads for training and games. Eventually you may want to purchase your own kit and this can range from £100 to £300.