Anyways, here are my gets at Rite Aid:
Bought 1 Zyrtec 30ct $18.99
Bought 1 Tylenol 8hr 24ct $2.99
Bought 1 Colgate Total Advance Whitening $2.49
Total = $24.47
Used -$4 Zyrtec 24ct (SS 8/2)
Used -$2 Tylenol 8 hr (SS 8/23)
Used -$1 Colgate Total (SS 8/9)
Total after coupons used = $17.47
Single Check Rebate (SCR) Earned = $4.29
Notes: I was planning on using the $5 in-ad coupon for the Zyrtec but Rite Aid was out of their sales ad! But no biggie b/c I plan to submit a claim for reimbursement to my Health Savings Acct so the Zyrtec is FREE. In fact, I will be reimburse for the full $17.47 b/c the Zyrtec price is $18.99 on the receipt and HSA won’t be able to figure out what the true value of the items after coupons so they will just pay the $17.47.
I also plan to go and buy another Zyrtec tomorrow and submit my receipt to get a $5 SCR for spending $25 on Zyrtec.