Today, spent $28, saved $47.98.
Pomeian Vinegar - orig. $2.75 (sale $2) - printable 50 cent coupon - final price 50 cents
Burleson Honey (small) - orig. 3.99 (sale 3.29) - printable 55 cent coupon - final price $1.64
Welch's grape juice - orig. 4.79 (sale 3.99) - 75 cent coupons in the 8/16 and 9/13 smart source - final price $1.74
Colgate 360 toothbrush - orig. 3.99 (sale 2.50) - 75 cent coupon in 10-25 smart source- final price 25 cents
Bridgeford bread dough - orig. 2.99 (sale 2.50) - 55 cent printable coupon - final price 85 cents - you can use this on for Monkeybread too but the price is higher
Born Free eggs - orig. 2.99 (sale 2.50) - 35 cent coupon in 10/4 red plum - final price $1.45
Swanson canned chicken - orig. 2.35 per can (sale $1.79) - 75 cents off 2 cans in 9/13 and 10/25 smart source - final price $1.33 for 2 (66 cents each can)
Cascade 75 oz dishwaster detergent - orig. 5.49 (sale 3.99) - 50 cents off coupon in 11/1 P&G Brand Saver - final price $2.49
Ziploc sandwich bags - orig. 2.65 - 40 cent off coupon in 9/13 smart source - final price $1.45
Mazola cooking spray - on sale 2 for $3 - 50 cent coupon 10/4 smart source - final price FREE! - I didn't actually get this deal because they were out of the item.
Not a triple, but Dannon Yogurt is 10 for $4 - there was a $1 off 10 coupon in 9/13 and 10/25 smart source - final price, 10 for $3 or 30 cents each
I also had some coupons from previous HT visits that turned out to be good deals - You won't have these though unless you bought these items previously and they printed out at check out.
Dole fruit cups - orig. 2.65 (sale $2) - 75 cents off 2 coupon - final price $1.75 for 2 (about 87 cents each)
Special K Crackers - orig. 3.57 (sale 3.19) 75 cents off coupon (there may have been a printable one of these too) - final price 94 cents
A woman in the store today said she thinks they jacked up the prices during triples because Walmart has cheaper condensed soup (something like 64 cents usually and at HT it was 2 for $3 (unless you got the BOGO ones, then 75 cents) - I said that it is probably true that Walmart has cheaper base prices (heck, Kroger does, by a few cents, for most items, and some things I buy like Yo Baby yogurt and Tyson Chicken Nuggets are cheaper at Target) - but they don't typically double coupons up to 99 cents and they don't do triples or super doubles. So if you're looking for an unusual deal, HT is the place. If you're looking to shop on a normal week with no coupons, it IS probably better to go to another store. I thought the HT base prices this week looked pretty typical to me, don't know what you all think.