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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Rite Aid Deals, Part Deux plus a quick CVS trip!


Today I finished what I started at Rite Aid yesterday, in particular finishing the Excedrin deal! While there I did the household items deal again, this time taking advantage of a new Ibotta coupon for Lysol wipes. I also stopped by CVS today to use up an expiring Beauty Club reward along with an expiring Kotex CVS coupon, and stumbled upon a halfway decent deal on pens. Wouldn't have done if it not for the expiring Beauty Club reward, but hey, cheap fancy-ish pens!

CVS:

Bought 2 U Kotex Pantiliners 18 ct $1.67 each, regular price
Used 1 $1.00/1 manufacturer coupon from mailed sample
And used $3.00/2 CVS coupon from Magic Coupon Machine
Final Price: $0.66 MONEYMAKER (applied to the rest of my transaction)

Bought 2 Papermate InkJoy Pens 4 ct $4.99 each, regularly $6.99 each
Spend $10.00, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks, Limit ? (monthly deal)
Used $3/$10 Office Supplies CVS coupon from Magic Coupon Machine
Paid $6.98, Received $3.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $3.98 ($1.99 each) for 2

$17.32  Shelf price
-   7.00  Coupons
-   4.00  Discounts
=$6.32  Out of pocket cost
-   3.00  Extra Bucks received
=$3.32  80.8% savings off shelf price

What I actually paid: $6.32 - $5.00 Beauty Club reward - $1.32 quarterly Extra Bucks reward ($1.50 rounded down) + $0.18 sales tax = $0.18 paid out of pocket. Walked away with $3.00 in new Extra Bucks.

Net Cost: -$2.64 (including Beauty and Quarterly rewards not previously counted toward savings)


Rite Aid:

Bought 3 Crystal Rock Body Spray Deodorant, 4 oz $2.99 each, regularly $4.99 each
Sale price through 7/27
Buy 1, Receive $1.00 +Up Reward through 7/27, Limit 4
Used 3 $2.00/1 Internet printable coupons (RockDeodorant.com)
Paid $2.97, Received 3 $1.00 +Up Rewards
Final Price: 3 Free

Bought 2 Lysol Wipes, 35 ct $2.79 each, regularly $3.89 each
Buy 1, Submit for $0.50 Ibotta Rebate
Bought 2 Airwick Scented Oil Refill, 1 ct $2.79 each, regularly $3.99 each
Spend $10.00, Receive $3.00 +Up Reward, Limit 2
Used 1 $0.50/2 Lysol Disinfecting or Dual Action Wipes Internet printable coupon (Lysol.com)
And used 1 $1.00/2 Air Wick Adperk coupon (RiteAid.com)
Paid $9.66, Received $3.00 +Up Reward and $0.50 Ibotta Credit
Final Price: $6.16 ($1.54 each) for all 4

Continuation of yesterday's purchase

Bought 1 Excedrin Migraine, 24 ct $4.39, regularly $5.49
With 20% Gold Discount
Spend $15.00, Receive $7.00 +Up Reward, Limit 2

Used 1 $1.00/1 Internet printable coupon (coupons.smartsource.com)
or 1 $1.00/1 Excedrin Product, 24 ct or higher from SS 6/16
Paid $3.39, Received $7.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $3.61 MONEYMAKER ($0.94 each for all 4)

$   36.22  Shelf price
-     8.50  Coupons
-   11.70  Discounts
=$16.02  Out of pocket cost
-   13.00  +Up Rewards received
-     0.50  Ibotta Credit received
=$  2.52  93% savings off shelf price

What I actually paid: $16.02 - $16.00 +Up Rewards + $1.21 sales tax = $1.23 paid out of pocket. Walked away with $13.00 in new +Up Rewards and received $0.50 Ibotta credit.

Net Cost: $3.73

Total Rite Aid savings from yesterday and today:

$  96.83  Total Shelf Price
-   30.50  Total Coupons
-   34.34  Total Discounts
=$31.99  Total Out of Pocket Cost
-   27.25  Total Rewards/Rebates Received
=$  4.74   95.1% Savings off Total Shelf Price



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