Buy $10 in Progresso Soup get $3 RR
Progresso Soup on sale 4/$5
use (2) $1/2 from 12/6 SS
Pay $8 get $3 RR $.63/can!
This would be even better with these coupons: $1.10/3, $1/3 with a $.50/2 from 1/3 GM
Buy one Theraflu and one Lipton get $4 RR
Theraflu is on sale $3.99
use $2/1 IP
use $2/1 Sugar Free variety Wags Q from Diabetes and You Booklet (pharmacy)
Free with $.01 overage
Lipton Green Tea $4.19 or Decaf $3.59
use $.50 from 11/15RP (other areas got $.60/1 and $.75/1)
Pay $3.68 or $3.08 receive a $4RR!
Here’s how my deal worked:
(8) Progresso Soup
$8 and received $3RR
$3.68 and received $4RR
(2) Reach Toothbrushes (Found packs of 2 for same price as 1!) $3.99 each
-$3.99 BOGO from 1/3RP or 12/6RP
-$1/1 from 10/4, 10/18 RP
-$2 Wags ad (took off $4)
FREE w/ $1 overage!
(2) Childrens Tylenol $4.99 each
-$1/1 Wags Childrens Activity Book (took off $2)
$4.97 and received $3RR
-$2.50 from 1/3 SS
$.99 and received $1RR
used (3) $5 RR’s
Paid $1.64 on Walgreens gift card (Christmas present from sister!)
Received $1RR, $3RR, $3RR and $4RR!
And did you notice I have no fillers? I took a tip from someone on Hot Coupon World and gave the cashier my Register Rewards first, then my MQ’s, then my Wags coupons. Guess what? No beeps! Woohoo!! This worked out this way because I had multiple coupons like the Tylenol one which was $3/2. Normally, the coupon would attach to both items, but if you give an RR first, then for some reason the $3/2 coupon does just fine attaching to just one item. Weird!
Another Anonymous reader commented with a way to remember the order:
(R)eal (M)en (W)ork
Register Rewards, Manufacturer’s Coupons, Walgreens coupons.
This is like, life altering. Okay, that may be a bit much, but definitely coupon altering!
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