My new goal when shopping at CVS and Walgreen's is to keep my combined total from both stores under $10, this week was a success.
I went to Walgreen's the other day and bought all this for a total of $2. Here's how:
Scott paper towels $5
used a $2.50 off Scott Naturals coupon.
Bottled Water on sale for $1.99 each
m&m candy 2/$5
used store coupon for $1from the July coupon book and 2- $1 off M&M pretzel (9.9oz) manufacturer coupons
Oral B Indicator toothbrush 2/$2
used $2 off 2 Oral B Indicators coupon
Cleaning Gloves $0.59
Used $11 in Register Rewards from previous purchases.
Total after taxes and before coupons -$20.32
Total after coupons-$1.82
Isn't it great being able to walk out of a store with a cart full of stuff and only pay a couple dollars for it. It's great!
My CVS shopping trip ended up costing me less than $2 out of pocket
Lipton Tea- 5.99 buy one get $2 extra bucks
Always Infinity-3.99 buy one get $2 extra bucks
use coupon $1 off 1 Always infinity
pay $2.99 receive $2 extra bucks
Oral B Advantage Toothbrush- $3 buy one receive $1 extra bucks
use coupon $2 off 1 Oral B Advantage toothbrush
pay $1 receive $1 extra bucks (like getting it for free)
Dawn dishwashing soap- $0.99
use $0.25 off 1 Dawn dishwashing soap
Total- 10.72 (before tax) I used my extra bucks from previous purchases and my total ended up being around $1.85, and I received $5.50 in extra bucks to use on future purchases (I have no clue why I received the $0.50 extra bucks print out, but I think it's some kind of promotion I wasn't aware of).