My Black Friday shopping... I'm so very exciting, I hit up the drugstores with my mom. :o)
First up was Rite Aid:
I did three transactions. They were all out of the Cottonelle for $1.88 (with $1 UP reward!) so they were substituting Charmin or Scott and just charging .88 for it.
2 Charmin 4-packs (.88 each)
1 Motrin PM ($4)
2 Colgate Total (1.77 each)
2 Hershey's Pot of Gold candy boxes ($3.99 each)
10 Hershey's/Mars candy bars (.50 each)
1 Philips remote control ($4.99)
1 Noxema Razors ($3.99)
1 Got2Be Hairspray ($4.99)
2 Disney figures (.89, and .99)
2 Hair dryers ($9.99 each)
3 boxes of cereal ($1.99 each)
2 Vaseline lotions ($2.99 each)
2 Old Spice deodorants ($2.50 each)
I spent a grand total of $4.08 after coupons, including tax, out of my own pocket (for just over $75 in products!). I will get back $14.98 in rebates, so already a profit of $10.41...but I also still have UP rewards left ($16!) to spend next time I shop.
Then we headed to CVS:
They were out of stock on almost all of the Black Friday freebies, but that's okay because CVS is amazing with rainchecks.
1 Eucerin lotion ($6.99)
2 Excedrin (.99)
1 Philips headphones ($6.99)
5 Hershey's candy (.50 each)
1 Munch bar (.22 clearance...filler)
1 Carmex (.99)
2 Old Spice deodorants ($4 each)
Everything was free after ECB except for the Munch bar, lol. I used mostly ECBs to pay, but I did end up paying a grand total of $1.22 out of pocket. I donated $1 to St. Judes. If not for that it would have been .22, but hey, I save more than enough to donate $1 at the register. :o)
I did a couple transactions, mostly because they found stuff they were in stock on while I was asking for rainchecks... but I still have $14.94 in ECBs to use next time I shop.