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Excellent example of buying healthy and organic products with coupons!

Posted April 24, 2014

Diana's groceries from Harris Teeter Super Doubles!

Here's a great example of how to coupon for healthy and organic products from our Spoonful of Luxe food blogger, Diana. She shares how she bought all the products you see in the photo above for only $6.58! Read on for the breakdown of the coupons she used and where she got them.

Her subtotal before any sales or coupons: $99.72

She saved: $93.14

She only paid: $6.58

WOW! Way to go Diana!  She was kind enough to give us a breakdown of specifically what she bought and the coupons she used.

Products purchased:

1 Wasa Crispbread- Q from their FB page- $2.29 minus $1Q doubled = .29

1 Rice Dream Organic Milk- Q from their FB page- $2.99 minus $2Q doubled= free

3 Seeds of Change Organic Quinoa, Brown Rice and Cilantro Mix (on markdown for $3.49) Q from their FB page- $1.50Q doubled= .39 each

1 Tasty Bite Organic Jodhpur Lentils- Q boosted to $1.50 on and doubled = free

3 Vidal Sassoon Shampoos/Conditioner- 4/13 SS $2 Q doubled= free

3 Vidal Sassoon Styling Products- 4/13 SS $2 Q doubled= free

5 Tom's of Maine Soaps- (2) $2/2 4/6 SS Q and (1) $1/1 4/6 SS Q doubled= free

3 Benadryl anti-itch products- 4/13 SS $2 Q doubled= free

1 Fresh Express Spinach and 1 Fresh Express Butter lettuce- $2.99 + $3.69 minus $2/2 Q doubled= $2.69 for both (Q from reward) It said on the Q not to double, but I just looked at my receipt, and it looks like it did after all)

1 Seventh Generation Dish Soap- $1 Q doubled from AND $1 ZVR digital coupon from HT =.69

She also used a $1.50 Catalina register coupon from a previous Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheat Cereal Purchase.

My thanks to Diana for taking the time to type all that information up for us!  You can find Diana's recipes here on the Smart Shopper blog every Monday in the  Spoonful of Luxe post (see the link above to Monday's recipe) and you can see many more recipes on her website.


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  • RaleighFoodBlogger Apr 26, 2014

    Thanks Amysdc! I ended up doing a second trip the next day with even more organic/natural products. And I can't believe I paid just $21.99 for $154.28 of food/personal care/dog products :-) The video is on my blog if anyone wants to see the additional products... I especially love the organic American cheese from HT!

  • amysdc Apr 25, 2014

    Great job Diana!

  • RaleighFoodBlogger Apr 24, 2014

    Thanks Kimmcn and Privilegesrevoked!

  • privilegesrevoked Apr 24, 2014

    More and more coupons are being put out for healthy foods and social media is playing a large part in that as well!
    Way to go Diana!

  • kimmcn Apr 24, 2014

    That's awesome! I often hear people say they don't coupon because most of the offers are for processed/unhealthy foods. Thanks for posting!