First, I transferred a prescription. With an online coupon, I received a $25 store gift card.
Then, I started shopping for free stuff.
- Sally Hansen nail colors B1G1 1/2 price. I had 4 - $4 coupons, making them all free
- 2 - Oral B toothbrushes on sale for $3.49 each, applied 2 - $1 coupons for $2.49 each PLUS earned 3,000 BR points (worth at least $3, see note below on this one)
- 4 - Starbucks frappucinos, on sale for 4/$5, applied 2 - $1/2 coupons = 4/$3
- Wondering how this adds up to free? Keep reading...
- Calagel first aid, itch lotion $6.79, applied $1 coupon PLUS received $5 coupon for next shopping trip = $ .79
- 1 dozen eggs $ .99
- Loaf of bread $ .89
- Used $1.50 RR coupon from previous transaction
- Used $4.00 RR coupon from previous transaction
Applied gift card
This would have been great without the gift card too, I saved 98% or $48.75 (including card discounts) and would have been happy to pay only $2.03. But free is better.
To top it all off, I received 2 more store coupons and disounts:
- $5 off my next store purchase (mentioned above from Calagel cream)
- $10 off purchase of $35 or more valid Friday-Monday
- PLUS 3,000 BR points which brings my total to over 40,000 which means $50 credit on most everything
- Side note: I didn't initially get my 3,000 points at the register, I called Walgreens to check this out. Looks like I can't earn points when using my "store credit/gift card." But they were nice and gave them to me anyway.
- And, I have $22.95 still on my gift card
Pretty good deal for just needing to get bread.
Looks like I'll be shopping there again on Sunday!