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My budget is £200 a month for 2/3 people. I menu plan to avoid food waste, and keep a stockpile of items we use on a regular basis.
Purchased this week:
Total spent: £29.73 (includes £4 plant)
- £2.25 Cheese (half price)
- £3.00 Milk (£3.68 – 4 pints x 2)
- £2.00 Organic Baked Beans x 3 (£2.40)
- £2.00 Clover x 2
- £0.65 Can of Soup
- £4.50 Bacon x 2 (£5.98)
- £2.96 Chicken Fillets x 2 (75p coupon used)
- £2.00 Grapes
- £0.56 Sweet Potatoes x 2 large
- £2.00 Organic Eggs x 6
- £1.00 Wholemeal Rolls x 12 (£1.20)
- £0.68 Croissants x 4 (reduced price
- £0.72 Bread Rolls x 8 (reduced price)
- £1.15 Tea Bags
- £0.30 Mini Poppadoms x 2
- Grocery £29.28
- Plant £4.00 (Gift)
- Promotion Savings (£2.76)
- Coupons (£0.79)
- Total Spend: £29.73
I also made a separate purchase of hair conditioner and hair repair at Boots. The conditioner was half price at £1.99, and the Aussie hair repair sachet was £1.25. I only paid 95p as I had a small balance on a gift card to use up.
Yay for being under budget in April!
March Grocery Budget £200 :: Spent £194.52 :: Leftover £5.48
Coupons and Points used £18.75
How did you do in April?