My trip to Rite Aid

1I absolutely had no plans of going to Rite Aid, today, but I discovered I had a $1+Up expiring today…and so I went back to last weeks Rite Aid $5 Challenge to cook up a quick trip! ๐Ÿ™‚

Initially, I was going to buy the ProGlide w/the batteries but they were out of stock so I had get the manual razor which threw my transaction off so the cashier ended up adjusting down the second $10 coupon to $9.07 which is why I ended up with a zero balance.

Here are my gets at Rite Aid: (I have a 20% discount)

Buy 4 Hersheyโ€™s Simple Pleasures $12
Buy 2 Gillette ProGlide Manual Razor $17.58
Buy 2 Gillette Mach3 Disposable Razor 3ct $14.98

Total = $44.56

Used (4) -$1.75 Simple Pleasures Printable (from Savings Club)
Used (2) -$1 RA Simple Pleasure (from RA Flu Book)
Used (2) -$1 RA Hershey’s or Reese’s Candy (from RA Flu Book)
Used -$10 Gillette Razor wyb Disaposable RP 12/2
Used -$9.07 Gillette Razor wyb Disaposable RP 12/2
Used -$7.49 BOGO Gillette Disposable PG 11/25
Used -$7 in +Ups

Total after coupons used = $0.00

+Ups Earned = $16 – (2) $2 Hershey, (2) $2 +Up Gillette and (2) $4 Gillette

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  • Amy D December 29, 2012, 05:37

    Do you hand your coupons over in a specific order? At my local Rite Aid when I give them my Ups last the register beeps when the amount of Ups covers the tax and the cashier tells me I can’t use Ups to pay tax. Was wondering if I should hand over ups first.

    • admin December 29, 2012, 08:56

      Amy, I have my +Ups loaded to my Wellness card so my +Ups always comes off first.