As most of you know, Rite Aid is running their amazing “Resolution Rewards” program again this year: Spend $100 on participating products through 1/28, get a $20 +UP Reward. I thought I would take you along on my journey to reach $100, to see how little out of pocket I can spend and still reach the $100.
Out of pocket spent: $12.97
Received: $6 in +UP Rewards
Total spent towards “Resolution Rewards”: $24
Out of pocket spent: $14.47
Received: $15 in +UP Rewards
Total spent towards “Resolution Rewards”: $74
(4) Ziploc Storage Bags $2.50
(2) Mentos UP2U Gum $1
(2) High Octane Energy Chews (3 ct) $1.99/$0
Mitchum Advanced Control Deodorant $3.19 w/ Wellness+ discount
Foster Grants Sunglasses $14.39 w/ Wellness+ discount
Used (2) $1.50/2 Ziploc coupons from 11/20 SS insert
Used (2) $1/1 Mentos coupons from 1/1 SS insert
Used $.75/1 Mitchum coupon from 1/8 SS insert
Used $2/1 Mitchum Rite Aid store coupon from weekly ad
Used $15 in +UPs from previous week
Out of pocket spent: $8.82
Received: $25 in +UP Rewards + $20 Resolution Reward
Total spent towards “Resolution Rewards”: $102
Drum roll please.
I spent a total of $36.26 out of pocket between the 3 different weeks and I still have $45 in +UP Rewards to spend. If you live in Oregon, this is like making a profit of $8.74. Since I live in a tax state, I’ll call it a wash. However, I got medicine, toothbrushes, laundry detergent, vitamins, Ziploc bags for freezer cooking, sunglasses (which will be a gift for my sister-in-law) and more for FREE. Have I mentioned I love Rite Aid?
I’d love to hear about your shopping trips this week!
Be sure to check out the rest of this week’s Rite Aid deals here.
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