Saturday, August 18, 2007
- 3 tubes of Aquafresh toothpaste
- 2 cans of Raid
- 2 packs of Pledge wipes
- 2 bottles of Lysol toilet bowl cleaner
- 3 tube things of Lysol Sanitary wipes
- 1 bottle of Shout
- 1 Windex
- Bubbles for Ambry
After coupons, I paid $29.11. Not quite as good as I was thinking. Apparently I need to work on my adding skills. I will get $7.00 back in rebate form though. So I will end up spending out of pocket $22.11. Not near as good a deal as I was thinking. Oh well. Live and learn. I guess for the amount of things I got, it wasn't a terrible deal.
At Rite Aid, I got these items:
- 1 7UP 2 liter
- 1 Lady's Speed Stick
- 1 Duct tape
- 1 Clairol Nice 'n Easy
- 1 Colgate Total
- 1 Garnier Fructis Conditioner
- 1 2-pack GUM toothbrushes
After coupons, I paid $13.69. I enrolled in their online rebate form offer, which is so easy and the rebate will come back twice as fast. The only thing about Rite Aid that is different than Walgreens is that they won't let you use more coupons. What I am trying to say is that they won't let you make money basically on a product. Anyway, after I receive the rebate check from them, I should spend out of pocket $3.71. This was a little bit of a better deal at least.
For next time, I now have a better idea of prices of things. I think I will stick to Target for my cleaning supplies. It is still a better deal there with coupons and then I don't have to mess with any mail in rebates. Now I just need to get to CVS and see how their program works out.
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