Today’s Trip to Rite Aid

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Today at Rite Aid, I got two packs of Scott TP, two bottles of vitamins, and a package of Huggies diapers.  Out of pocket, guess how much I paid for it all?

After coupons and with tax, I paid $4.52.  That’s a little under a dollar per item!

Wanna learn how I did this?  First, let me remind you of Rite Aid’s Video Values program.  I highly encourage you to give it a try.  In addition to their coupon for  $4 off $20 purchase, I stacked their Video Values coupons with my manufacture coupons, along with their BOGO deal on vitamins right now, and watched that dollar amount melt down!

Huggies are on sale this week for $7.99 for a jumbo pack at Rite Aid.  (This is applicable for Pull-Ups, as well as their Pure and Natural line.)  In addition, they have a coupon for $2 off, via Video Values.  Stack this with a printable coupon for $2.50.  (I believe there’s a $3 printable for the Pure and Natural diapers also available at the same site.) Thus, you can walk out with a pack of Huggies for $3.49 (and that’s before you take in to account the $4 Video Value coupon)

Scott Tissue is also a featured $1 off coupon on the Video Values program this month.  It’s $4.79 for a 4 pack right now.  I stacked this with two $1 off coupons I got in the mail a few weeks ago from Kroger for $1 off a pack of Scott’s.  (It was a manufacture Q, with a “5” code, so it was okay to use it.)  So each pack was $2.79.  Ahh, there’s nothing like quality, cheap terr-let paper!  ;o)

The vitamins are BOGO this week.  Additionally, if you spend $20 on vitamins at Rite Aid, you’ll get $5 in UP Rewards.  I purchased enough vitamins in a previous transaction to get the $5 in UP rewards. Thus, I turned right around to apply it to this order.

**Remember, the key to working deals at Rite Aid is to keep your transactions (pretax and precoupons) to right at $20, so that you can best utilize their $4 Video Value coupon.  I personally have two accounts for this purpose, so that I can use two $4 coupons a month.  I know that is stretching the ethical boundary a bit, but I only have TWO.  I certainly wouldn’t recommend creating more than two accounts — I do think that would be pushing the limits, and borders on abusing the system.

On a side note (and totally unrelated to saving money), the cashier at Rite Aid now recognizes me when I come in each month, but only when I have my daughter with me!  Apparently, busy little redheads leave quite an impression!  She commented today on how vocal and BUSY she is — what an understatement!  :o)

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Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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