I crammed 3 more trips to Rite-Aid in between Friday and Saturday night.
Mostly it was more free or almost free stuff after coupons, rain checks, rebates, 20% Wellness discount and +Up Rewards.....
The Dove 'Poo was .39¢ a bottle.
The Brown rice was .35¢ a bag.
The White rice was .19¢ a bag.
The Dixie plates were .99¢ a pack.
The Sierra Mist sodas were .46¢ each.
The Skittles candy was .45¢.
The Trident gum was .50¢
The Spin N' Span items, R-A coffee, Hormel chili were all free.
The Mortin PM, Precise Cream, Reach dental floss, Pilot pens,Gas-X, R-A toilet tissue and Benefiber were better than free.
With the overages from coupons and/or +Up Rewards gotten back, a $4 off $20 coupon and putting $2.35 OOP on my free Rite-Aid gift card, I ended up paying ZERO on all this AND with $13 MORE in +Ups than when I started!
Since these deals are past I won't go into the nitty gritty unless someone asks me to post it.
I'm always willing to share the deals if there is interest. ;-)
Here are the numbers for these trips and the GRAND TOTALS for the January Single Check Rebate Period.
Number of Transactions.....3
Total Spent....$2.35 (put on free Rite-Aid gift card)
Value of Items....$145.07
SCR qualified for...$3.00(BIL account)
Other Rebates earned...$0.00
Gift Cards earned....$00.00
+Up Rewards earned...$26.00
+Up Rewards spent...$13.00
+Up Rewards left to spend....$156.00
GRAND TOTALS--January Rebate Period so far
Number of Transactions......37
Total Spent....$21.00 put on free Gift Cards/Certificates so ZERO OOP
Value of Items purchased....$1477.89
SCR qualified for....$20.00
Additional Non-Cash Rewards....$40.00(Resolution +Up Rewards me & BIL)
+UPS Totals for Jan. SCR period
+Up Rewards carryover from 1/17.....$143.00
+Up Rewards spent....$373.50
+Up Rewards earned....$406.00
+Up Rewards left....$156.00 includes ALL +Ups not just ones from this SCR period
To sum up, I spent $21 on a gift card that didn't cost me anything, I'm getting $20 back in cash rebates, I have $51.50 MORE in +Ups than when the Jan. SCR Period began and I have over $1400 in items to use and/or donate.
Is it any wonder why I "heart" Rite-Aid? 8-))