Kroger trip: $61.99. $57.55 of this was food.
Other than scoring Goldfish crackers for $0.99 each this week using a eCoupon (cheaper than Aldi brand), I am most excited about the motherlode of discount Easter stuff. I found a door wreath that was marked down to $0.90, chocolate bunnies for $0.40, a flower shaped cookie cutter and Wilton spring-themed sprinkles for $1.80, and dye kits for the next three years for $0.90 each. We don’t do Easter baskets in our house, so my kids look forward to a little discounted treat in the week after Easter.
Running total for April: $93.76
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