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    We spend about give or take at most $250 p/w Depending how full the cupboards are when its time to go shopping.

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    On average $160 a week. That's 2 adults, 2 kids and a cat.

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    I spend about 2-250 a week and that's for two adults two children and two cats !

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    80 or so per week, 2 adults, 1 two year old, 3 cats, 3 bunnies, two fish and one bird.

    we rarely eat all our planned meals

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    100 a week 2 adults 4 kids and a baby

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    I so must over spend... Normally about $300-$400 per week 2 adults 3 kids 2 teenage and 2 cats. I'm never showing DP this thread lol.


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    About $150 a week including nappies and cleaning products

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    Atm I'm spending between $80-$100 a week for one adult and one toddler who doesn't stop eating! We have meat and fresh vegetables every night and DS eats a lot of fruit

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    We also get paid monthly and spend around $1300 a month for two adults and an almost 2 year old.

    We live in a remote area though with limited options so we tend to pay more. I have to get our meat delivered from 260kms away of I don't want to be stuck eating the off cuts yet pass off as meat at Woolies here...

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    We average about $150 per week for our online shopping and I generally do another shop during the week for DS' lunchboxes. He eats a lot of fresh fruit & veg and this adds up. So probably $800 per month give or take. There's only 3 of us and we don't need formula/nappies.


 

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