Friday, February 21, 2014

A bit over average (Friday Figures 02/21/14)

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This week I spent a lot more than my target amount of $80 per week.  I have some guests coming to town, so I spent a little more than normal.  I'll have to cut back in the coming weeks to make up!  But I am still averaging well below $80 per week for the year, so that is good.

Here's what I got this week:

I also spent $38.66 at ALDI and $46.72 for meat at the kosher supermarket.

Overall, this week I spent $95.20 for items which retail for $140.18, or a 32% savings based on the retail value of the products at the stores where they were purchased.

For the year (8 weeks), I spent $528.82 for items which retailed for $1,087.04 and saved $558.82, or a 51% savings. That's an average of $66.10 spent each week for a family of five (husband, wife, and daughters ages 16, 13, and 8), including lots of fresh produce, dairy items, and kosher meat, as well as paper and plastic goods, health and beauty items, and cleaning supplies.

How did your shopping go this week? What bargains did you get? Please leave a link to your blog post about your weekly shopping. The aim is not to brag, but to inspire!  Please link up directly to your post, not to the blog itself. I'd appreciate it if you put a link to Friday Figures in your post as well. If you don't have a blog, please leave a comment!

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