Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Right on, RiteAid! Get all this for FREE + $2.92 moneymaker!

Here's just one way to make money at RiteAid. Sometimes Freebies are too hard to resist! When items come out to be "free" and it's not something your family needs, it is such a great opportunity to snag those items up anyways and donate them to your local homeless shelter or other non-profit like Medical Teams International!

1 Herbal Essences Styler ($4.49ea) (on sale BOGO)
1 Herbal Essences Shampoos or conditioner ($4.49ea)(on sale BOGO)
1 Oral-B CrossAction Toothbrush ($2.99)
1 box of Post Honey Bunches of Oats pecan Bunches ($1.99)
2 GE Reveal light bulb packs (2/$4)
1 Aveeno Lotion ($3.49)
= $22.44 - $4.49 BOGO Herbal Essences at the register = $16.96
Use the $3 off $15 coupon at
Use the buy Herbal Essences shampoo, conditioner and styler, get styler FREE coupon from the 10/11P&G insert
Use the $1/1 Oral-B coupon from the 11/1 P&G insert
Use the $2/1 Honey Bunches of Oats coupon from here and click on the "help yourself to savings" on bottom
Use the $1/1 GE Reveal lightbulbs from the 11/7 insert
Use the $0.40 GE Reveal lightbulbs Rite Aid Video Rewards coupon
Use the $2/1 Aveeno coupon in the RiteAid ad
Use your $1/1 Aveeno coupon from the 9/17 Red Plum insert
= $2.07 out of pocket

SIGN UP for RiteAid's Single Check Rebates (really easy online - nothing to mail in!)
Enter in your receipt to Get back:
$2.99 rebate for the Oral-B toothbrush
$2 rebate for the light bulbs
= ALL of the above FREE + $2.92 moneymaker!
if you find other items you want to buy, use this $4 off $20 (PDF) from here, or the $5 off $25 from here

The moral of this story is, to keep every single coupon from your Sunday paper (or online sources), even if you think it is a product you don't normally use - a deal too hard to ignore might pop up and you'll need that coupon you JUST recycled! I've missed many-a-deal because I got rid of coupons of brands I don't use - d'oh! Keep them in an envelope, a pouch, a mini purse-sized file-folder, or for the more advanced: a binder with baseballcard-style slots, categorized by aisle or type of product!

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