Couponing takes time, effort and more time. Fortunately, there is an amazing group of ladies here at Frugal Living NW that takes some of that time away from you. Each week, the girls put together the best of the best for each store and you can decide which deals work for your family, your time and your budget.
After eight weeks of playing the Rite Aid game, you can see how beneficial one person can be with a little effort and time. After searching the deals each week, the key is to purchase only items your family will actually use. These items combined would have cost (at sale price) over $200, but by using coupons and rolling +UP Rewards, the final out of pocket cost was only $69! That comes out to less than $10 a week!
*Items not pictured: one mousse, one 5-blade razor, one munchkin bottle brush and one munchkin spoon
In the end it is worth it. It is worth saving money on non-food items your family uses on a regular basis in order to free up your budget to purchase healthier food options or even your favorite ice cream now and then. It is worth purchasing quality products at a fraction of the price. It is worth the time and effort to play the game!
Here is a great way to spend some of your +UP Rewards either from last week or continue to roll them this week:
(2) Thera Tears Drops (15 mL) $9.59 (shelf price $11.99)
(2) Huggies Little Snugglers size 1 diapers (40 ct) $12.49/$6.24
(2) Johnson & Johnson bath products (15 oz) $5.99/$2.99
(3) Mini Robin Eggs (10 oz) $1.50
Total Before Coupons: $51.39
Used (2) $4/1 coupons from 2/3 SS insert
Used $2/3 coupon from 3/17 SS insert
Used $2/2 coupon
Used $22 +UP Rewards from last week
Paid $14.39, Received $5, $5, and $5 +UP Rewards
Rite Aid Gift Card Balance: $31.06
+UP Rewards for next week: $15
Do you find playing the game at Rite Aid or other stores worth it?
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