My Quick Trip to Rite Aid

IMG-20130121-01027I did not go to Rite Aid on Sunday and I did not feel good today so I rested most of the day since I do want to be ready to go to work in the morning.  I originally had planned to go to Rite Aid and buy the Nature Made and the Stride Gum but I decided to go for the Allergra, sore throat drops but there was no orange juice to be found!

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

Bought 1 Allegra D 30ct $24.79
Bought 1 Sucrets $3.99

Total = $28.78

Used -$5 Allegra Printable
Used -$2 Allegra D (RA Flu Coupon Book)
Used -$20 in +Ups

Total after coupons used = $1.78

+Ups Earned = $5 Allegra

Notes: I was off by a dollar on how much the Allegra cost. These Dab Nabit drug addicts is ruining it for people that really do suffer from allergies. I can only buy Allegra D at the Pharmacy counter, I can only buy 1 box at a time and I have show my drivers license. It also shows in the ad that my limit is 1 for the Allegra D. Up until 2 or 3 years ago you could only get Allegra via prescription and I use to be able to get 3 months worth for $10 which was my co-pay.  I did forget to print the $1.50 Sucret printable which is no longer available.

{ 4 comments }

  • marc January 21, 2013, 18:23

    No deodorant or light bulbs?

    • admin January 21, 2013, 18:37

      The light bulbs are not in our ad and I’ll probably pick up the deodorant, etc. on Friday.

      • marc January 21, 2013, 20:50

        Ya we have about 7 rite aids all ten minutes within one another and stuff like this is usually gone by Tuesday morning. Too many couponers lol

        • admin January 22, 2013, 04:48

          I have 4 Rite Aids within 10 min of me but the 2 downtown are itty bitty stores about the size of a 7-11. We do have couponers here but I think most are regular blog readers so they go the obvious stuff and easy stuff.