2 Clairol Nice n Easy - $1.99 each (clearance)
1 Clairol Perfect 10 - $3
13 Lays Stax - $1/each
2 Tylenol Precise - $5 each
2 Halls - $1.50 each
2 Chex Mix - $1.50 each
1 Coricidin - $5.99
1 Colgate Total - $2.99
1 AMO Complete - $7.99
4 Hormel Chili - $1.50 each
1 Afrin - $5.99
2 Simply Indulgent Carrot Cake Cookies - $2.50 each (they look better than they taste :X)
2 Jif Peanut Butter - $1.99 each
14 Edy's Ice Cream - $2.99 each
and of course, a Diet Pepsi, $1.49
It's a ADDICTION, I tell you!! :P
And before anyone says anything about shelf clearing, I did NOT. I went to four different Rite Aids and did four transactions. So, there. :P And yes, that's a lot of ice cream and chips, but hubby will take chips to work to munch on and well, we LIKE ice cream! And if I can get it free, I'm gonna, haha. That's why I have a nice great big deep freezer in the garage, so I can stock up at rock bottom prices and we have it when we want it...which might be tonight, or two weeks from now, lol. ;o)
Now that my little rant is over, haha, my grand total spent after coupons and UP rewards was a whopping $2.20 out of my own pocket!! And that's including tax! For 49 items!! That woud have cost me $112.27 without coupons and UP rewards.
Since there was so many transactions I didn't bother breaking it down by reciept, I started the day off with $70 in UP rewards. I ended my Rite Aid shopping spree with $81 in UP rewards (woot, $11 more than I started with!) and plus I will get a $7.99 rebate for purchasing the AMO Complete.
How's THAT for getting paid to shop?? :o) That's like $16.79 profit when you combine the $11 in UPs more than I started with and the $7.99 rebate, and subtract the measly $2.20 I spent!