$100 Grocery Challenge: End of January 2020

Our regular grocery budget is $500 a month. That is for 4 adults. Hubby has a dairy allergy, YD can't eat gluten and I am on a low sodium diet. This includes all of our food, cleaning and hygiene items. I was hoping to spend $100 or less in January. Our pantry is full and so were the freezers. But plans change sometimes. I came across a great sale on ground beef that I couldn't pass up. And then a friend let me know of a sale on chicken breasts that were 99¢ a pound. YD and I went to see if anything was left. 


And there was. I ended up getting 44 pounds of chicken cutlets. YD lives on chicken so she was very happy about this. 


I repackaged everything into smaller bags for future meals.  


I also bought 2 juices that were on sale and GF bagels. The total was $56.68. My previous total was $125.54.  My new total is $188.22. I am good with that. I bought 80+ pounds of meat this month. 

What did you buy this week? 



Comments

  1. What a fantastic deal on chicken!!! Good job on stocking up. Money in the bank.
    I am doing low spend again for Feb. Why not?
    Have a good week.

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  2. I wish I could find chicken that cheap. I, too, would buy many packages.

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    1. I haven't seen it this low in a long time. The best I usually see is $1.69 for breasts.

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  3. Wow, what a great deal on the chicken! I would have stocked up on that too. How neat. :)

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  4. I would have gladly gone over $100 budget on food if I'd been presented with cheap beef and chicken deals too. No point in cutting off your food nose to spite your money face, right? lolz

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  5. Wow! That's cheap. We bought boneless skinless chicken breasts for $2.99/lb and we were impressed with that. We also bought whole chicken for .99 cents a pound and lean ground beef for 2.99/lb. for around here that's awesome deals. We also got 3 meals from Good Foods for free. I don't think we will renew. It's too expensive.

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    1. I can't remember the last time I saw chicken breasts this low. I got all I could fit in the freezer.

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