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11/08 my trip today: colgate, ester-c, & reading glasses

saved 98%
cost: $.90



i bought:

    colgate total advanced 5.8 oz $3.50
    colgate total advanced 5.8 oz $3.50
    colgate total advanced 5.8 oz $3.50
    colgate total advanced 5.8 oz $3.50
    ester-c gummies 60 ct $6.99
    ester-c gummies 60 ct $0 (bogo)
    Foster Grant Reading Glasses $11.99 ($14.99 - 20% discount)
    Zoom impressions Reading Glasses $7.99 ($9.99 - 20% discount)
=$40.97

used coupons:
= $24.97 + $2.93 tax

paid with:
    $13 + up + $14.90 oop

earned +up:
    $3.50 +up colgate total advanced 5.8 oz or 2-in-1 toothpaste 4.6 oz limit 4 11/06 - 11/12
    $3.50 +up colgate total advanced 5.8 oz or 2-in-1 toothpaste 4.6 oz limit 4 11/06 - 11/12
    $3.50 +up colgate total advanced 5.8 oz or 2-in-1 toothpaste 4.6 oz limit 4 11/06 - 11/12
    $3.50 +up colgate total advanced 5.8 oz or 2-in-1 toothpaste 4.6 oz limit 4 11/06 - 11/12
    $2 +up wyb 2 nature's bounty , flex-a-min , ester-c , or osteo bi-flex limit 4 11/06 - 11/12
    $10 +up wyb 2 sunglasses and reading glasses limit 4 11/06 - 11/12

earned savingstar credit:
spent $27.90 ($13 +up + $14.90 oop)
earned $26 +up
earned $1 savingstar
cost $.90
saved 98%
earned 17 wellness+ points

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notes: i had 2 $2 man. coupons printed out for ester-c and was going to get the ester to-go (reg $5.99) free using 2 man. coupons on the bogo sale and getting the $2 +up back. then i remembered that we aren't allowed to use 2 man. coupons on a bogo sale anymore according to the most recent rite aid policy changes! :(

i decided to get the ester-c gummies instead, even though they were more expensive. they are yummy!

some have found $9.99 foster grant and zoom reading glasses, but the cheapest i could find at my store were these. I expected to get them bogo 50% off with this week's sale, but instead my 20% discount applied. after doing the math, i realized they would have come to the same amount total ($19.98) either way! they were almost free after coupons and +ups earned, i just had to pay the tax.

update: added the $1 savingstar credit for any ester-c! i had forgotten about this, but i make a habit of activating all of the savingstar coupons just in case i happen to buy one of those items. i highly recommend everyone do the same!


i have the wellness gold+ discount - after earning 1000 points wellness+ cardholders receive 20% off. customer will receive the lower of the discount price or sale price. read more here