Welcome to another edition of Super Savings Saturday.
Rite Aid was the place to be this week for amazing deals on oral care and cookies (funny how those two are both on sale simultaneously, I know). I went shopping on Friday, in between a haircut and a Starbucks run. Because I had enough store rewards to cover everything, my entire purchase was free!
2 Colgate Total toothpastes, sale price $3.50. I stacked 2 $3.00 store coupons with 2 $0.50 manufacturer’s coupons. Total: Free!
1 Oral-B Glide floss, sale price $4.00. I used a $1.00 manufacturer’s coupon. Total: $3.00 plus $3.00 Plenti Points!
2 Crest Pro-health toothpastes, sale price $4.00. I used 2 $2.00 manufacturer’s coupons. Total: $4.00 plus $6.00 Plenti Points!
1 Oral-B toothbrush, sale price $4.00. I used a $1.00 manufacturer’s coupon. Total: $3.00 plus $3.00 Plenti Points!
1 Tummy Zen heartburn relief, sale price $5.00. I used a $2.50 manufacturer’s coupon. Total: $2.50 plus $2.50 Plenti Points! (This is a new product and I’m curious to see if it can help my man. He has the world’s worst heartburn on a daily basis and has tried pretty much everything.)
2 Enjoy Life Cookies, sale price $3.29. I used 2 $3.00 manufacturer’s coupons. Total: $0.29 each with a $1.00 Checkout 51 Rebate! (The Chocolate Chip variety was pretty tasty, but I doubt that I’d pay full price.)
Overall, it was a great shopping trip, but I did have an issue with digital coupons. Rite Aid calls them “Load to Card,” and 100 out of 100 times, they malfunction. Because everything was free after points, I didn’t stress out, but it’s frustrating regardless.
Have you used any coupons lately?