Tuesday, January 6, 2009

CVS 1/5


Trans 1:
  • 3 - boxes of Soy Joy ($6.00 ea/limit 5) = $18.00
  • 1 -Pantene Restorative Shampoo ($1.57) used $1/1 = $.57
  • 2 - 2 packs of CVS sponges (B1G1 50%off at $2.49 & $1.24) used $3/1 CVS brand coupon= $.73
  • 2 - boxes of throat coolers ($4.99) used B1G1 coupon= $4.99
Total: $24.29 paid with $23.99 in ECB and $.30 oop on a giftcard
Received: $18 ecb for soy joy & $9.98 for throat coolers (Profit for trip = $3.69 !)

Trans 2:
  • 2 - Pantene Extra Straight Shampoos (clearanced to $1.25 ea) used $3/2 MFC adjusted down (grumble grumble) = FREE
  • 2 - boxes Soy Joy ($6.00 ea) = $12.00
  • 2 - 2 packs of CVS sponges (B1G1 50%off at $2.49 & $1.24) used $3/1 CVS brand coupon= $.73
  • 4 - boxes of throat coolers ($4.99) used two B1G1 coupons= $9.98
  • 2- Nasogel ($7.99 ea) used two $2/1 IPs = $11.98
Total: $34.69 (miscalculated this & was expecting overage from Pantene so $32.xx in ecb and $1.73 on a gift card!)
Received: $12.00 for Soy Joy, $19.96 for Throat coolers, $15.98 for Nasogel
Profit for this trip: $13.25!!!!!!

3 gave me some sugar:

frugalsuz said...

Great job! I'm having such trouble finding the throat coolers. Looks like I'll be checking stores all month for these guys.

Lindsay said...

Suz, have you looked in the children's medicine section? Or near the cough drops? I've found them in both. Goodluck!

LittlePeopleWealth said...

Good job :) Sometimes CVS stuff can be really hard to find - I swear they move it around the store every week!