Wednesday, May 4, 2011

More Rite Aid Scenarios

I have been thinking about how time consuming it was to get started into the Rite Aid "game" and trying to figure out what deals were the best and where to start.

So if you are new, here are a couple ideas I had for getting you started.

1.) be sure to sign up for the wellness program
2.) be sure to watch the video values for this month (at least the $1 off purchase Rite Aid coupons to start)

Now for some deals to try this week:

Transaction #1

You could start with the revlon beauty tools deal.
They are 40% off and when you buy 2 you get $4 in +ups. There are emery boards, tweezers, and nail clippers that should be under $2 each. (Some are as low as $0.87 each after the 40% discount.
You'll use the $1 off Video Values coupon at check out. And then you shouldn't have to pay more than $2 or $3 depending on which tools you're able to find.

Then on your receipt will print a $4 +up and hopefully a code for the $3 off $15 coupon.

Transaction #2

Maybe you want another idea. You could buy 2 oral b 3D White toothbrushes $2.99 each.
So your total would be $5.98. You would then use the $1 Video Values coupon and 2 - $1.50 off oral b coupons from the 5/1 P&G insert in the Sunday paper. You'll pay $1.98 plus tax. And then your receipt will $4 in +ups from the toothbrushes. And again you can hope for a code for the $3 off $15.

If you are a little more seasoned, here are some more transactions I did this week.

Transaction #3

3 boxes of kelloggs cereal 10oz or bigger (frosted flakes will work) $1.99 each
2 nail clippers $1.80 each
2 oral b toothbrushes $2.99 each

Total: $15.55

I used $3 off $15
$1.50 off kelloggs from 4/10 RP
2- $1.50 off oral b
$8 in plus ups

That left $0.05 plus tax for me to pay and then I got 2- $2 +ups for the oral b and $4 +up for revlon.

Transaction #4

2 nail clippers $1.80 each
2 oral b toothbrushes $2.99 each
2 sunchips $5
1 Sierra Mist $1.25

Total $15.83

I used $3 off $15 survey coupon
2 - $1.50 off oral b from 5/1 P&G
$2/2 sunchips from special insert in 5/1 paper
free sierra mist wyb sunchips special insert 5/1
(The writing on this coupon says one per person, so I couldn't use 2 and get 2 free sodas)
$6 in +ups.

That left $0.83 plus tax for me to pay out of pocket. I got back 2- $2 +ups for oral b and $4 +ups for revlon. (That is $8 total back in +ups.)

Now, there are tons of scenarios. I only share some of my ideas to give you a place to start. You should pick things that will either help you make money and/or get what your family needs or wants.

How did you do this week?

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