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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Cheap Glade Twin refills and Nexxus Haircare at Rite Aid and Target!


Today I did a new deal involving cheap Nexus hair care and found some more free and moneymaker monitors! The Nano coupon overage pretty much paid for the fancyish shampoo and conditioner! I heart overage.

Rite Aid:

Bought 2 Accu-Chek Nano Meter Kits $19.99 each, regular price
$10.00 Off
Used 2 $10.00/1 Accu-Chek Nano from RP 7/29
And used 2 $5.00/1 Adperk coupons (RiteAid.com)
Final Price: $10.02 MONEYMAKER (applied to rest of transactions) 

Bought 1 OneTouch Verio IQ Meter $69.99, regular price
$30.00 off
Used 1 $45.00/1 manufacturer coupon from SS 8/5 (rounded down)
Final Price: Free

Bought 2 Nexxus Humectress Conditioners 5.1 oz $8.39 each, regularly $10.49 each
Bought 1 Nexxus Therappe Shampoo 5.1 oz $4.79, regularly $5.99
With 20% Gold Discount
Spend $20.00, Receive $10.00 +Up Reward, Limit 2
Used 3 $3.00/1 Internet printable coupons (Walmart.com)
Paid  $12.57, Received $10.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $2.57 ($0.86 each) for all 3

$136.94  Shelf price
-   78.99  Coupons
-   55.40  Discounts
=$  2.55  Out of pocket cost
-   10.00  +Up Reward received
=$  7.45  MONEYMAKER

What I actually paid: $2.55 - $2.00 previous +Up Rewards + $1.29 sales tax = $1.84 paid out of pocket. Walked away with $10.00 +Up Reward.


Target:

So yesterday I went to Target and killed on air fresheners. But today I learned that there were several coupons I could have used but didn't have on me due to poor planning. So I kicked a cat. Not really. But I did decide to collect those coupons and go back to Target to do another deal. After all, we need more oil twin refills. It's the damn sprays we have too much of.

So here's what I did today:

Bought 6 Glade Plugins Scented Oil Twin Refill Seasonal Packs $4.55 each, regularly $5.39 each
Used 6 $1.00/1 Internet printable coupons (Coupons.com)
And used 3 BOGO Glade Plugins Scented Oil Twin Refill Packs, Target Coupons (Target.com)
And used 3 $1.00/1 Glade Air Care Item, Target Coupons (Target.com)
Final Price: $4.65 ($0.78 each) for 6

$32.34  Shelf price
- 22.65  Coupons
-   5.37  Discounts (including Red Card discount and own bag discount)
=$4.32  86.6% savings off shelf price 

What I actually paid: $4.65 + $0.68 sales tax = $5.33 - $0.33 Red Card and own bag discounts = $5.00 - $5.00 Target gift card received yesterday = $0 paid out of pocket.

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