The pizzas were $.99 each, and we had a coupon for $1 off 5, so they were $.79 each after coupon.
The brats $1.99 each, and I had 2 coupons for $1 off 2, so $1.49 each.
The Carving Board pork was $3.29 with $1 off, so $2.29.
The party tray was $7.99 with a $3 off coupon, so $4.99.
We had a coupon for a different brand of Texas Toast and had incorporated it into our meal plan based on that coupon. This brand was actually on sale cheaper, so we bought it instead. No coupons for the spinach, carrots or avocados, we just eat bunches of them.
Club crackers were on sale for $2.24, with 2 coupons for $1 off 2, they were $1.74. My son frequently takes these in his lunchbox for "lunchables" and that's a pretty good price.
The South Beach diet bars were $3.65, so with a $3 coupon, they were only $.65.
There were coupons on everything in this picture except the Sunny Delight and the cereal, but I honestly can't remember which coupons went with which products now. The commissary coupons are all applied at the end, so I can't even use the receipt to help me.
The Sunny Delight had a short expiration date, so they were about 70% off. They expire next week, but between my son, my husband and my sister, they are already working on the third package, so I'm pretty sure they will be used within just a few days of the expiration date. This was a huge deal for my son, because I always tell him no on juice drinks that aren't 100% juice.
I bought the cereal because I told my son he had to find coupons to get cereal that we didn't already have (we have five boxes in the pantry), and he found a Cookie Crisp coupon. Since the off brand was so much cheaper, I bought it instead, and he's still just as happy with his find. :)
All together I spent $63.48 on everything in both pictures. Coupon savings were $17.30.