On Sunday, as it was New Year’s Eve, I kinda took my time getting out to do some couponing. I did go to CVS and I got the Purex and a few other things to use of the $6 Beauty Bucks that was to expire but I could not the Hershey Gold candy bar and when I asked the employee, he gave me the Scooby Doo look.
Anyways, back to my Rite Aid trip, walking into Rite Aid, on Sunday, I did not know how things were going to turn out as it was the first day of the wellness+BonusCash. I was hoping for some of glitch in their system and I think there was a mini-glitch with the Lysol wipes.
As it was NYE, only half of the regular Sunday morning folks were working and although, the girl, rang me up using works the mid-shifts and she really needs to be on some sort of medication because one day, I see and she all friendly and talkative and the next time, I see her she super sullen.
The cashier scanned the $2.50 off Lysol disaffecting spray or wipes Rite Aid email coupon and it scanned without a problem but the register only took off $2 for the coupon and I could see on the credit/debit machine that other coupons came off, as well. Disregard the $2 coupon at the bottom of the pic above because it’s for the SheaMoisture. In all, $7.55 in coupons came off for the Lysol wipes which means I paid $2.45 and I got back $2 BC.
The Dimetapp was a different story because the $5/2 Advil ThermaCare, Robitussin or Dimetapp items or Emergen-C 8-10ct, Rite Aid email coupon wouldn’t scan and the cashier said the register was saying the coupon was expired but once again, I could see on the credit/debit machine that other coupons came off, as well. The $3 coupons that you are seeing are the early RP 1/7 inserts that I ordered. Anyways, it was as if the register was doubling up on the RAQs. I paid $2.43, got back $5 BC and submitted for (2) $2 Ibotta rebates.
There was only 3 SheaMositure hand soaps on the shelf and so I grabbed a Shampoo (their hair care products are too freaking expensive). According to my receipt, the first $2 off SheaMoisture bath and body coupon attached to the hair care and the other two coupons would not scan so the cashier just manually entered the coupon but needed a manager’s approval. I paid $20.44 for the SheaMoisture, got back $10 BC and earned $5 Savingstar and basically the SheaMoisture was FREE plus, I was able to roll $5 in store rewards into cash with the rebate!