My Trips to Rite Aid

Wow, this has been my third time within a month of going to Rite Aid but the FREE Jolly Ranchers candies was calling my name!  I typically, will only keep one bag of freebies snacks like cookies, crackers or candy at home and I will take the rest to the office and put it on our snack table.

Those FREE Chips Ahoy cookies that we got at Ralphs didn’t even last until 1 o’clock in the afternoon.  I still have a bags of those cookies left and if they are not eaten soon, I’ll be taking those cookies to the office, too.

I did the Jolly Ranchers candy on two different cards and maxed out the deal.  I got the Jolly Ranchers because they are individually wrapped and I don’t have worry about people with dirty hands.


My Trip to CVS and Rite Aid

O.M.G., it was so hot, this past, weekend.  On Sunday, a friend and I were crying the blues about how hot it was Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Pretty much everything need to be done in the mornings because by the time 11 a.m. hit, it was just unbearable to walk from your car to any store because I’d be sweating like a pig and then once you got into the store, the air conditioner was only half working with the exception of Target, they had their air on full blast so that you leisurely walk through the store in comfort.  There was no cooking, we enjoyed dinner out!

I went to CVS to do the quick and easy Persil Money Maker and then I stopped by Rite Aid. I had not plan to do the Crest/Oral-B deals but my son was just complaining how he really didn’t like Listerine so I decided to pick up the Crest mouth wash since it was FREE and the FREE Snickers.  The manager rang me up and I had no problems with using the paper coupon, the digital coupon and the Bonus Cash.




My Quick Trip to Rite Aid (7/1)

I had no plans to go to Rite Aid on Sunday but when I read about the $8 Skintimate Money Maker and I have some Bonus Cash in my account so I’d have not out of pocket, I zoomed to Rite Aid and the Money Maker worked as stated in my post.

This was a nice way to start out the month of July! 🙂


The first store I went to on Sunday was Target since the Aleve was only $0.19 there (the cheap deal ended at Target on Sunday).

I then went to Rite Aid for the Persil and the Splenda but someone wiped out the Splenda. 🙁

My final stop was Walgreens where I picked another Persil and I some how completely forgot to get the freebie Old El Paso. 🙁

I’m glad to find out that people actually read my Plotting and Planning posts on Saturdays because the Bounty Essentials rebate had reset for me and of course there was no more 1 count paper towels to be had at Target.

I didn’t get around to going to CVS because it just got too darn hot even with my air conditioner running in the car.  I will go to CVS probably on Saturday.



My Quick Trips to CVS & Rite Aid

Yesterday, I posted about the Money Maker Got2b styler and I had zero Extra Bucks because I spent them on the Gold Peak iced tea for the Ibotta rebates.  Whenever I can, I will roll any store rewards into cash via the rebates.  I do have a $10 CVS eGift Card but in this case, it didn’t make sense for me to use it since I use the gum to absorb the penny overage and get back a $0.99 Extra Bucks.

While I was out and about, I decided to stop by Rite Aid to get the G.E. light bulb since I had a $5 GE light bulb Rite Aid digital coupon and I had the $5 Bonus Cash from doing the Creamo body wash deal which means I had no out of pocket, got back $2 BC and I submitted for the $1 Ibotta rebate.