OMG, the price of gas is outrageously high, I’ll have to start walking to Rite Aid but it was raining when I went over there and I don’t like walking in the rain. However, in the past, I have walked to Rite Aid, CVS and Walgreens.
Anyways, I went to Rite Aid and bought 2 of the Hershey chocolate bar 6 ct, used $5 in Bonus Cash, I paid $2.98 out of pocket and I got back $4 in Bonus Cash and I submit for the $1 S* and $1 CO51. I also received another 30% off Rite Aid coupon for next weekend!
Today, I went to CVS because I had a CVS 20% off coupon that I received in my mail box that was expiring today and I did the L’Oreal hair care deal will the 20% off coupon. However, I cannot figure out how my out of pocket is $2.46 when the receipt says that the 20% off coupon only took off $0.51.
$4.99 L’Oreal shampoo
$4.99 L’Oreal conditioner
$1.25 candy bar
(2) -$2 COUPONS
But as you can clearly see in the picture above my receipt says $2.46. It’s so odd but I shouldn’t complain. I got back a $4 ECB and submitted for the $3 in Ibotta rebates.
O.M.G. It’s been so long since I’ve written a post titled, “My Trip to Rite Aid” so you know it had to be a good deal for me to be at a Rite Aid on a Sunday! I saw sometime, on Sunday morning, Michelle’s Frugal Living’s pictures about the Cutex Money Maker especially if your store had the regularly priced $1.49 Cutex and the FREE/Money Maker Conair and Scunci hair accessories especially if your store had them on clearance.
Of course, Michelle’s Frugal Living lives in Indiana where everything is dirt cheap. I did find 2 of the itty bitty Cutex but our’s is regularly priced at $1.79 or $1.61 with my Silver discount.
I did find tons of the Scunci and Conair hair accessories regularly priced at $4.29 on clearance for 50% off.
I ended up paying $9.89 + tax and I got back $16 Bonus Cash and I can roll the $16 in Bonus Cash into Aveeno lotion deal.
We have three things that we absolutely need to survive – food, clothing and shelter. We know that shelter takes a big chunk out of our budget but we don’t really think about how food also depletes our weekly budget. When I post deals, I come from a place where I used live paycheck-to-paycheck and I had to have a food budget, gasoline budget, etc. just to survive…and I know that there is someone out there that is reading my posts that is in the same boat trying to survive because you make too much money to get food stamps but you don’t make enough money to get ahead.
Ralphs has the Fishpeople Flash-Frozen Seafood Kits are on sale for $7.99 each and there’s a B1G1 FREE Fishpeople Flash-Frozen Seafood Kit digital coupon and you can get the Fishpeople seafood kits for absolutely FREE when you read my post and the comments. I also picked up the FREE RXBAR Single at Ralphs and Kroger stores.
I had already picked up the Fig Newtons at Walmarts for the $0.75 CO51 rebates and so I picked up the Oreo cookies for the $0.75 Multipack CO51 rebates. Rite Aid has the Nabisco single serve snacks are on sale for 2/$1.
Walgreens, I stopped by Walgreens for the BIC Silky Touch deal, however, the $3 digital coupon did come off but the $2 digital coupon did not come off on my receipt so it was still a Money Maker.
I went to Walmart to get the Nissan Cup Noodles Very Veggie as my son really likes the cup of noodles and after the Ibotta rebates, you get 5 cups for free + Money Maker.
I love the picture above because you can literally make a meal from the fish and cup of noodles and enjoy a snack.
On Saturday morning, I knew that my first stop would need to be Rite Aid for the BelVita Breakfast Biscuits and the nutritional numbers on the biscuits are actually not bad plus I was able to find a box of them but only 8 comes in a box so I grab an additional 2 to make it an even ten which means that I made out the CO51 rebate.
It took almost 20 hours for my CO51 rebate to be approved. The Oreos were also on sale for 2/$1 but by the time that I scanned my receipt inside my car, there were zero quantities of the CO51 rebate available on the Oreos but I was still super excited for the BelVita still available.
Denise confirmed that the Oreo cookie purchase did work for S*!
I had gone to Walgreens earlier in the week for the Lindsay Olives but forgot to pick up the targeted offer for the FREE Gevalia coffee. I was hoping to find decaf Gevalia but they didn’t have it on the shelf. I’m hoping that my next visit with the doctor, later this month, that my blood pressure will show an improvement and I can have my cup of coffee a day.
Research has shown that drinking caffeine can spike your blood pressure significantly but then your blood pressures goes back down quickly and that’s why doctors don’t want you drinking coffee or soda when you with high blood pressure.
I went to Rite Aid a little after 1 p.m. to use the Senior Day coupons but I did not see them out of the tables and it was kind of busy in there because that particular store and the store in Hillcrest are busy stores, near freeways.
Anyways, I bought the Centrum and the Biscoff cookies and the digital coupons worked just fine. However, I did forget that I no longer have a 20% discount so I ended up paying $1.39 for those cookie after the $2 Senior Day coupon but I’d not tasted the cookies before and I wanted to try them.