Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Some Weis & Rite-Aid Shopping


So I was only $14.01 away from "spending" $50 and getting another $20 Visa gas card at Rite-Aid so I bought this......


2 x Lindt truffles on sale=$2.00 *this wasn't a qualifying item for the deal*
3 x Cover Girl Blush palettes($2 off instantly)=$14.07
SubTotal......$16.07

Coupons Used
2 x $1/1 Lindt IPQ=2.00
3 x $2/1 CoverGirl IPQ=$6.00
Coupon Total.......$8.00

$16.07-$8.00=$8.07+.32¢tax=$8.39 paid for with Bonus Cash. Add in the $3.07 in overage on Wellness Wednesday on all the other items I bought then and it comes out to $5.32 spent in BC.

Add in the $3.07 in overage on Wellness Wednesday on all the other items I bought then and it comes out to $5.32 spent in BC.
I earned a $20 Gas card code and $4 in SavingStar cash rebates($3 Thermacare/$1 Emergen-C).

I think I'll lay off R-A pillaging this week.  I only have a little bit of BC left on 2 cards and nothing expiring in the next week.

I wanted to recount some of the deals I've gotten this month at Weis(PMITA)Markets too.

I stumbled upon marked down instant discounts on panko crusted pork, whole chickens and Perdue Farms tenderloins.  The whole chickens w/disc. sticker came out to .62¢ lb.  The tenderloins were BOGOFree sale + $2 off stickers so were just over $1 per package.  Altogether it was $17.08 for just shy of 18 lbs. of meat.



Weis is clearancing out the "Expertly Paired" Kraft shredded cheeses here(blends of 2 types of cheese).
$1.44 per bag.  Kraft is usually $2.89 per bag.  Even without a Q or cash rebate to pair with this it was a "buy this" for me.


Certain sizes of Cascade tablets were on clearance.  These 20 packs were $2.12 in my store.  Again no Qs out for them but a decent buy.

The Yoplait yogurts were .59¢ each(should have bought them the previous week when they were on sale for .50¢)  I did have a digital Q which doubled to $1 and I got .50¢ on SavingStar for buying 5 so in the end they costs me $1.45 or .29¢ each.

The chili was on sale 2/$3 this week.  I had .55¢/2 Q that doubled to $1.10 and a third Hormel digital Q came off my card(which also doubled)so altogether I got $3.30 off my $6 chili purchase, paying $2.70 for all 4 cans.


Another clearance find-Febreeze small spaces were 50% off($1.44)and I paired 2 BOGOFree Qs so $2.88 for the 4 of those.  The spray/spray refills were also 50% off and I paired 2 BOGOFree Qs with those.  Luckily I got a couponing cashier and she took the higher priced spray bottle off on the pair with the refill so the spray came out to .99¢, the refills came out to $2.17, $2.17 and Free.


I've been trying to use the Weis Qs in the Weis Healthy Bites magazine. I got those 4 boxes of Annie's mac and cheese for .50¢ each(2 different trips), the Minute Rice w/Quinoa(we actually like this!)for .99¢ a box and the spaghetti/pasta sauces were .99¢ on a Fantastic Friday sale plus had a .50¢ per jar Ibotta rebate which made them .49¢ per jar.
The Tony Chachere dirty rice meal kits were on clearance for $1.74(I think it was-don't have that receipt here)a box and the Sylvia's hush puppy/cornbread/cobbler mixes were also on clearance for .79¢ each.



 The Mix and Match 6 Items/Get $6 Off instantly Deal.  I did this deal twice(got 12 items).
The Lysol sprays were $2.49, the Lysol toilet cleaners were $1.99, the Head and Shoulders was $5.00 and the frozen veggies were $1.99.
Total w/sale prices=$30.96-$12 instant discount=$19.96-$13 in ManuQs/TearPadQs=$5.90 for everything in the photo above.  The toilet cleaners were .06¢ moneymaker, the sprays .49¢ each, the shampoo was $3 for both and the veggies were .99¢ each.



But the best deal were these boxes of cereal.
They were on sale 2/$5 last week.  I paired that sale price with 4 x .75¢/1 IPQ that doubled to $1.50 off each, making them free.......except 2 x a $1 GM cereals digital Q came off too so I got paid $2 to bring these 4 boxes home.
And then I got a $1 SavingStar rebate for buying 2 GM cereals so I made $3 buying theses. lolz

Getting paid to bring home groceries is the best!

Sluggy

7 comments:

  1. Wow, just wow!
    I would love to run on that toilet bowl cleaner deal. I like having one in each bathroom plus some to spare would be fantastic.

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  2. I still can't figure out how you do all this.

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  3. Like the energizer bunny...you just keep going. hahaha

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  4. What stores that you shop at give double the face value of a coupon and what stores that you shop at do not? I have not found any coupon doubling where I live, but maybe I am missing out. Thanks Teddie

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  5. I'm doing something different to save money this year and that is not stocking up as much. I have three months supplies of food, paper products and cleaning supplies, easily. So, I am saving money by not buying non-necessities and not stocking up on items that I don't really need, even if they are low cost. Saving lots of money so far. Dee

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