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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Almost free children's Spinbrush toothbrushes at Rite Aid!


 This week Rite Aid has Arm & Hammer products on sale for BOGO free, and if you spend $20.00, You receive a $10.00 +Up Reward. There's a $2.00/1 printable coupon for the Spinbrush; if you can print 6 of them (you'll need 3 computers), you can get the children's toothbrushes for almost free! These make great stocking stuffers for the little ones with dirty candy covered teeth. For shame, children. FOR SHAME.

Note: Technically Rite Aid's corporate coupon policy states that only one coupon can be used with a BOGO free sale. However, the Rite Aids in my area are happy to take my coupons so long as the manufacturer allows it. Also, Rite Aid's corporate coupon policy states that only four like coupons can be used. So I just went to two Rite Aids.

Bought 6 Arm & Hammer Children's Spinbrush Toothbrushes $7.49 each, regular price
BOGO Free (through Saturday, 5/12)
Spend $20.00, Receive $10.00 +Up Reward, Limit 4 (monthly deal, ends 6/5!)
Used 6 $2.00/1 Internet printable coupons (SmartSource.com)
*You can print two per computer; just right-click on the link and open it in a different window. Print that coupon. When it's finished printing, go back to the original link and repeat. Unlike with Coupons.com coupons, simply hitting the back button and then F5 will not work!)*
Paid $10.47, Received $10.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $0.47 ($0.08 each) for 6

What I actually paid: $10.47 - $9.00 in previous +Up Rewards + $1.35 sales tax = $1.82 paid out of pocket, Walked away with $10.00 in new +Up Rewards.

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