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Thursday, January 12, 2012
The Tiniest of Walgreens Trips...
Today while rummaging through my coupons I discovered two additional $3.00 Tylenol Precise coupons that I forgot I printed. DOH! So another trip to Walgreens was OF COURSE in order.
This was a simple trip: I brought into the store two $3.00 coupons for the Precise, as well as two $4.00 Register Rewards I received earlier in the week from buying Colgate Total.
Transactions 1 and 2 (rinse, repeat):
- Bought 1 Tylenol Precise Pain Cream or Heat Patches $5.99, regularly $8.99
Buy 1, Receive $3.00 Register Reward, Limit 1 per transaction
Used $3.00/1 – Tylenol Precise Product – (walmart.com)
Paid $2.99, Received $3.00 Register Reward
Final Price: FREE
- Bought 1 Syntha-6 Meal Replacement Bar $1.89, regularly $1.99
Buy 1, Receive $1.89 Register Reward, Limit 1 per transaction
Paid $1.89, Receive $1.89 (really $2.00) Register Reward
Final Price: FREE
- Used 1 $4.00 Register Reward
Paid $0.88, Received $3.00 Register Reward and $2.00 Register Reward
$21.96 Shelf Price
- 6.20 Discounts
- 6.00 Manufacturer coupons
= 9.76 Out of pocket cost
-10.00 Register Rewards received
What I actually paid: I walked in with two $3.00 manufacturer coupons and $8.00 in Register Rewards, and I walked out with four products and $10.00 in Register Rewards. Paid $1.76 out of pocket. Plus I'm totally ready for my next workout! (HA!)