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08/23 my trip today

cost: $3.18

i bought:
Zyrtec-d 12 hr 24 ct $18.99
tylenol 8 hr 24 ct $2.99

subtotal $21.98

used coupons:
-$5 off $20 video values coupon
-$5 zyrtec in-ad coupon
-$4 Zyrtec, 24 ct + or SS 8/2/09
-$2 Tylenol 8 HR Product, 24 ct + SS 8/23/09

=$5.98

will receive:
$2 scr #50 Tylenol Rapid Release, 8-Hour, Extra Strength, PM or EZ Tabs 20-24 ct 8/23-8/29

$5.98 oop - $2 scr = $3.98 cost

he bought:
Zyrtec-d 12 hr 24 ct $18.99
Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste 4 oz $2.49

subtotal $21.48

used coupons:
-$5 off $20 video values coupon
-$5 zyrtec in-ad coupon
-$4 Zyrtec, 24 ct + or SS 8/2/09
-$1 Colgate Total Advanced Whitening, Advanced Clean, or Advanced Fresh Toothpaste, 4 oz + SS 8/9/09

=$6.48 + $.21 tax

will receive:
$2.49 scr #119 colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste 4 oz 8/23-8/29
$5 scr #97 wyb $25 Select Johnson & Johnson Brands (including zyrtec) 7/26-8/29

$6.69 oop - $7.49 scr = $.80 profit

cost of both transactions combined: $3.18

notes:
i hope the colgate total advanced clean clears for the scr. i was looking at this week's ad when i picked it up, which just says "total advanced 4 oz" but the online scr list says "Total Advanced Whitening Toothpaste 4 oz." at least i bought it early enough in the week that i should have time to exchange it if it doesn't clear.

i should qualify for $5 on scr #97 with the 2 zyrtec purchases i made today. but i'm planning to pick up a 3rd before the week is over so that i can qualify for the $25 wyb $50 instead.

there is also the zyrtec rewards program - $10 rite aid certificate wyb $50 zyrtec. but they have a disclaimer that states "$50 purchase requirement is determined before sales tax, is calculated less any coupon discounts." so i shouldn't qualify for that, but we will see...

update 8/25: i got credit for everything... colgate total advanced *clean*, the zyrtec d, and tylenol (cleared for both the tylenol rebate and the johnson & johnson rebate.) the full $18.99 for each zyrtec also counted towards the zyrtec rewards as i suspected. :)

now if i just buy one more zyrtec ($18.99 - $5 in-ad coupon - $4 man coupon = $9.99 oop) i should receive an additional $20 on the j&j rebate and $10 from zyrtec rewards!
* rite aid's new corporate policy (updated 5/2009) is to accept Internet coupons with a value of $5 or less.