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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Moneymaker pore strips and nail polish at CVS, also deals at Rite Aid and Harris Teeter!


UPDATE: Apparently they fixed the strips fuck-up Thursday. Bummer.

Run to CVS before they fix this fuck-up! The Biore Pore Strips 2-packs are producing the $5.00 Jergens Extra Buck reward! Oops! This could be fixed any minute, so hurry if you want to take advantage. Also, Maybelline nail polish is on sale for BOGO 50% this week; if you've been scanning your card at the Magic Coupon Machine multiple times this week, you can combine a couple of CVS coupons with manufacturer coupons to get some almost-free nail polish. As for me, I actually found some at 50% clearance price, meaning I made money buying them! I also got some cheap sponges at Rite and coffee creamer and cereal at Harris Teeter today. Not too shabby.

Here's what I did:

CVS:

Bought 3 Maybelline Color Show Nail Polish $2.09 each, regularly $4.19 each (clearance)
Used 3 $1.00/1 manufacturer coupons from RP 5/12
And used 3 $2.00/1 CVS coupons that printed from Magic Coupon Machine (each one on a different day)
Final Price: $2.73 MONEYMAKER (applied to the rest of my transaction)

Bought 6 Biore Pore Strips 2 ct $2.19 each, regular price
Buy 2, Receive $5.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 8 (Monthly Jergens deal)
Paid $13.14, Received $15.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $1.86 MONEYMAKER

$  25.71  Shelf price
-     9.00  Coupons
-     6.30  Discounts
=$10.41  Out of pocket cost
-   15.00  Extra Bucks received
=$  4.59  MONEYMAKER

What I actually paid: $10.41 - $10.00 previous Extra Bucks + $1.17 sales tax = $1.58 paid out of pocket. Walked away with $15.00 in new Extra Bucks.

Net Cost: -$3.42


Rite Aid:

Bought 4 Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponges, 3 ct $2.50 each, when you buy 2, regularly $4.29 each
Buy 2, Receive $1.00 +Up Reward through 6/15, Limit 2
Spend $10.00, Receive $3.00 +Up Reward through 6/29, Limit 2
Buy 1 Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge Heavy Duty, 2 ct or larger, Submit for $0.50 Ibotta Credit
Used 2 $0.75/2 Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge Multipacks Internet printable coupons (ScotchBrand.com - There's 2 different coupons for the same thing on there!)
And used 2 $1.00/2 3M Scotch Brite or O-Cel-O Sponges Adperk coupons (RiteAid.com)
Paid $6.50, Received 2 $1.00 +Up Rewards and 1 $3.00 +Up Reward and $0.50 Ibotta Credit
Final Price: $1.00 ($0.25 each) for 4

$17.16  Shelf price
-   3.50  Coupons
-   7.16  Discounts
=$6.50  Out of pocket cost
-   5.00  +Up Rewards receied
-   0.50  Ibotta credit received
=$1.00  94.2% savings off shelf price

What I actually paid: $6.50 - $5.00 previous +Up Reward + $0.60 sales tax = $2.10 paid out of pocket. Walked away with $5.00 in new +Up Rewards and received $0.50 Ibotta Credit.

Net Cost: $1.60


Harris Teeter:

Bought 1 International Delight Coffee Creamer $1.67, regularly $2.45
Used 1 $0.75/1 Internet printable coupon (CommonKindness.com)
Final Price: $0.17

Bought 2 Frosted Mini Wheats $1.97 each, regularly $3.75 each
e-Vic Special, Limit 2
Used 2 $0.40/1 Internet printable coupons (Email offer)
And used 1 $1.00/2 ZVR coupon
Final Price: $1.34 ($0.67 each) for 2

$ 9.95  Shelf price
-  4.10  Coupons
-  4.34  Discounts
=$1.51  84.8% savings off shelf price

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