My Trip to Rite Aid 3/10

1I was a Beast at Rite Aid on Sunday and I was in and and out of the stores within a few minutes. None of the hangtags beeped nor the coupons. I could only find a couple of the $9.99 Banana Boat which is okay by me b/c it was still a Money Maker!

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

Bought 4 St Josephs $31.96
Bought 2 Banana Boat $10.99 (on BOGO)
Bought 2 Banana Boat $10.49 (on BOGO)

Total = $53.44

Used (4) -$4.50/1 St Josephs (off eBay)
Used (4) -$4 Banana Boat Hangtags
Used -$19 in +Ups

Total after coupons used = $.44

+Ups Earned = $40 – (4) $5 Banana Boat and $20 St Josephs

Notes: This was a super easy and quick Money Maker! 🙂  Have you noticed on your receipt that now the coupons used is under the item instead of at the bottom of your receipt? I noticed it on Saturday.

{ 5 comments }

  • J March 11, 2013, 19:36

    I may be out of line here, but blogs should probably not condone stealing hangtags from one business and using them at another. If energizer (by way of banana boat) wanted rite aid to have hangtags then they probably would ship them to their warehouse. I know this is an unfortunately common occurrence in couponing, but please don’t advertise taking peelies and hangtags from items you don’t intend on purchasing and using them elsewhere.

    • admin March 11, 2013, 20:06

      It’s a free Country and you are entitled to your opinion, although, I do not agree with what you wrote.

      • J March 11, 2013, 20:25

        Temptation always trumps responsible couponing.

  • elena March 11, 2013, 22:31

    When I tried to exchange the item for a bigger size , they saw that I used a coupon and were ready to deduct it, but I told that I was not going to use another coupon on the new item and she returned me the full value. So is this why they change receipts and put coupons right after the item- to make “fair” returns?

    • admin March 12, 2013, 18:46

      Rite Aid should do one of two things if you return an item using a coupon: 1. Process return for full value of item purchase or 2. Process return for value minus coupon and return the coupon to you. Otherwise, Rite Aid is double dipping keeping the coupon and subtracting the coupon value so they making a nice profit.