CVS/Walgreens – Sep 16th

CVS was bad this week, I shouldn’t have even bothered, but I spent my $20 in RR (from last week) at Walgreens. Here is what I did:

2 Glade plug in gels $3.98, $0.21 overage
-B1G1F coupon (newspaper)
-$2.20 ESR

Pantene beautiful lengths shampoo/conditioner $8.00, $0.50 overage
-$2 RR
-$5.50 ESR
-$1/2 coupon (newspaper)

Loreal Wrinkle Concentrate $12.36, $4.24 overage
-$3 coupon (newspaper)
-$13.60 ESR

Glade candle $1.99, $0.11 overage
-$1 coupon (newspaper)
-$1.10 ESR

2 Nestle semi sweet chocolate chips $6.58, $0.49 each
-$2.60 wags 7 day coupon
-(2) $1.50 printable coupons

Nestle grand bar $0.50

Used $20 in RR
=$0.89 after tax (on gift card, no OOP)

Summary: I got $7.08 in food and $32.71 in household for free. I spent $18 in RR and $0.89 on my gift card. I will get $22.40 on my Sep gift card.

2 Arnicare pain relief gels $17.98, $6.99 each
-(2) $2 printable coupons

6 Hershey skor candybars $2.97, $0.41 each
-$0.50 CVS free candybar coupon

Used $16 in ECB’s
=$0.47 after tax

Summary: I got $4.74 in food and $18.98 in household for $0.47.

The problem with this trip is the Arnicare rang up wrong and when she changed them to the correct price the ECB’s did not print. I am going to have to take them back because customer service won’t honor the product (it says “taxable item”). I added wrong so I ended up having to throw 6 candy bars in at the end just to make the deal work and I am out $16 ECB’s. On the plus side, when I return them I should get cash back.

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