Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Rite Aid upcoming week

In case you haven't seen the preview for Rite Aid, there are some incredible deals! AND since I just got my $20 Gift of Savings rebate, there are lots of things I can get for free with that and then get a bunch of scrs. (Since it's like a gift card, only you have to purchase $20 at once).

Great timing!

Here's my plan

Bee MD Throat Drops 2.49
Beyond Bodiheat 2.99
Carmex 1.99
Carmex 2.29
Children’s Throat Coolers 2.99
Chloroseptic Allergen Block 9.99
Super Poligrip 1.99
Simply Saline Nasal 4.99
Simply Saline Childrens 3.99
Total 33.71

-$5 off $20
$1/1 Simply Saline 7/26 ss
$1/1 Simply Saline 7/26 SS
$free Poligrip 10/4 RP
$1/1 Children’s Throat Coolers printable
$3/1 Chloroseptic 5/3 ss
Total Due: $20.72+ tax

Use $20 GOS Certificate

Total oop: $.72 + tax
earn $33.71 in scr's


  1. That could not have worked out better. I was afraid I was going to have to waste some/alot of the $20 GOS to be able to spend it all at once.

    BTW, I finally worked on my Rite Aid plan(s) last night and saw what you meant about getting the free Poligrip instead of the FAR poligrip. Good thinking!

  2. I am happy I have a bunch of those poligrip coupons, so I used one as a filler this week to reach $20, and then next week I'll be able to use them to get free++

    My stepdad is gonna love me. Poligrip for life. heh

  3. Yep, I did the plan you gave me to get the Scalpicin and Scott papers, and the free Poligrip instead of the FAR poligrip, this week. I was glad to spend less up front, since it wasn't a MM.

    You going to make him a nice basket full of poligrip for a Christmas present? lol

    I was joking with my Mom today and told her I was going to give everyone a Publix shopping bag with a roll of paper towels, a roll of toilet paper, an air freshener, a bag of Chex Mix...lol.
    She said she would like that anyway.

  4. hehe- I gave people health and beauty gift baskets last year for Christmas- planning on the same this year. Most people loved it (except my brother, who was like, um, ok. HA!) Of course I gave my sd toothpaste and a toothbrush in his basket and he totally was like, ok, I'll give this to your mom. LOL! I forgot! (He had terrible teeth and gum issues and they decided to just go the denture route.) So this year, I won't forget. he'll get a basket of poligrip. Heh.

  5. Heh, nothing wrong with that. I'd rather get something I used and won't have to spend my money buying than something not so useful.

    I'm really hoping to be able to give pink cookware sets to my Mom and Aunts (and maybe my sister if she starts talking to me again). If I can get them sent in and get them back before Christmas.

    I am giving my hubby, Dad, and brother-in-law one of those Bushnell Weather things that was free-after-rebate deal a couple months ago. I paid $50.00 plus tax each at Walmart, and got $150.00 check this week, so they ended up costing like $3.xx each, lol.

    For my more distant relatives that we don't really exchange gifts with, maybe just give some cookies or a token something, I have all those Glade glass candle holders and candles, and some of the Reed Diffusers, and whatever else comes up before then.
    And alot of cake and brownie mixes I can make treats for the guys.

    Pretty bad...I was in the Halloween spirit all last month, couldn't wait to get out my Spooky decor, but made myself wait until Oct. 1st.
    Now I'm over that and got Christmas on my mind already.