Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Thrifty Tip!

I went to Pepperidge Farm Thrift Store this past weekend. The store is for food which is past the expiration date, or damaged packages. Hence I bought a bunch of stuff which I normally would not buy.

For example the BEST deal in the store was the bread, even the cashier said so. We bought a loaf of pumpernickel for $1.59, while our roomie bought a cinnamon raisin and brown sugar loaves for $1.29/each! That's less than 50% off compared to the normal supermarket in the area ($3.29 and $2.50 respectively). Yes, what a score.

We also purchased sadly 8 packages of cookies. This I preferred not to do but our roomie loves chocolate. But it was 8 packages for $5. Regular price? $3.19/bag! Yes it was slightly past the date, but you can't tell. Fortunately our roomie already finished 2 bags (yes in less than 1 day) and we ate 1 sleeve together of mini mint milanos. I'm done.

And we topped it off with a box of crackers for 99 cents. Fantastic deals to be had. If there is a Pepperidge Farm Thrift store in your area check it out!


Fabulously Broke said...

You're making me hungry.

I bought a ton of chocolate last night and forgot to bring a bar to work *cries*

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Anonymous said...

good tip. thanks.

change is a good thing said...

I remember my mom doing that at the Hostess outlet for school lunch treats when I was growing up. Now I check out the local bread shop, great sourdough at a fraction of the cost.