Saturday, July 7, 2012

Free Eggs

Bi-Lo is having a special deal this week. When you buy two packages of Borden Cheese you will receive a coupon printed instantly at the checkout for a free carton of eggs. Last time I shopped at Bi-Lo in June they had this deal going and I didn't realize it, but was buying cheese anyway and was pleasantly surprised when the coupon printed.

Get FREE Southern Home Grade A Large Eggs, when you buy two packages of Borden cheese. And to make the savings a little bit sweeter, there are two coupons out right now. I have the one from the July All You magazine for 75¢ off one package of Borden cheese. There is another one, which was available in the Smart Source coupon insert from June 10th for 55¢ off one package. 

2 packages Borden Cheese: $3.50 minus 75¢ coupon equals 2.75 for two packages of cheese and  one dozen eggs, which is a savings of about $2.00. What a great deal.

© Belinda Richardson and Frugal Workshop, 2012.
“Use it up, wear it out, make it do, do without”


  1. WOW! great deal! Better yet, place the freebie doz eggs in the cart, check out and receive your cpn, Then have the cashier ring you out for the free eggs, and save yourself the gas for a return trip! So what are you making with the eggs?

  2. Good idea, Carol! I was thinking of boiling half of them to make egg salad and to snack on and then use the other half for baking. :)

  3. We don't have a Bi-Lo here, but that was a great deal.

    Egg salad sounds good. We don't eat a lot of it, but we do deviled eggs which if I think about it are rather

  4. Yes, they are similar, Shara. Both good and frugal too. :)


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