NO MORE SPENDING
07. 11. 2012

PURCHASED

FRIDGE
Bacon – £3.10
Milk x 2 – £3.00
CUPBOARD
Baked Beans x 32 – £10.16 (Half price)
Spaghetti x 8 – £2.54 (Half Price)
Mustard – £1.30
Pepsi x 8 – £1.99
Tonic Water – £1.99
Finger Rolls x 12 – £1.00
Seeded Bread – £1.50
Satsumas – £1.00
Apples – £1.00
Tomatoes – £1.00
Broccoli – £0.75
Microfibre Cloths x 5 – £1.50
Thin Bleach x 3 – £0.87
Eggs x 10 – £3.05
FREEZER
Garlic Baguettes x 6 – £1.98
Stir Fry Veg x 2 – £2.60
Oven Chips – £2.80
Vegetable Pies x 2 – £1.00
Pizza x 2 – £1.98
Christmas Buffet Items – £8.00
Turkey Joint – £5.00
Total £59.11
Delivery + £3.00
Freezer Food Voucher – £20.00
Total cost: £42.11

Lots of offers this week and a £20 exchange voucher for freezer food – I used it to get a few bits for a Christmas buffet and a small turkey joint for my Dad.
You’ll notice that I stocked up on beans and spaghetti as they are currently half price at Tes*co – I’m still toying with the idea of building a stockpile and buying a chest freezer, as I think they would save us money over time. I’m just not sure where to put it as we only have a small kitchen.

Spending so far in November:

Week 1 – £74.83
Week 2 – £42.11
Total: £116.94/£200

Laura

In 2014 my husband & I downsized our home to speed up our quest for Financial Freedom. We swapped our large three bed house, for a small two bed apartment to clear our mortgage and give us enough budget freedom to travel and still save for the future. Our dream, after achieving Financial Freedom, is to spend part of every year living abroad.

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6 Responses to “Grocery Spending November 2012 #2”

  1. Justine says:

    wow 32 cans of beans!!

  2. A little heavy on the beans. LOL. Do you just prefer shopping every week? I found I spend more when I do weekly shopping verses just going stocking up for a month or more. That way I only need to go and get fruits and veggies.

  3. What will you be doing with all of those beans?! :-) I think we go through about ten cans/per year.