Many of you are just starting your Rite Aid couponing adventures and we thought it would be fun to follow Krista, my assistant and a bona fide Rite Aid expert, and see how she can take about $10 a week and turn it into tons of deals!
Please note that I totally dropped the ball last week and didn’t post Krista’s transactions, so this week it looks like she’s paying way more than $10 out-of-pocket. In reality, she used +UP Rewards from last week, so the calculation in transaction #1 isn’t accurate. Make sense?
Ready to see how you can take $10 cash every week and start rollin’ +UP Rewards? Here are Krista’s three transactions this week (find the specifics of each coupon deal here as I have not listed the coupons she used in each transaction):
Purchased 12 Gerber Graduate 2nd Foods
Paid $16.08, Received $12 +UP Rewards
Purchased 1 Gillette Fusion Pro-Glide Razor
Purchased 1 Tums Refreshers
Purchased 2 Johnson’s Hand & Face Wipes
Used $9 +UP Rewards from transaction #1
Paid $.16, Received $7 +UP Rewards
Purchased 1 Luvs Family Packs Diapers
Used $3 +UP Rewards from transaction #1
Used $7 +UP Rewards from transaction #2
Paid $4.39, Received $4 +UP Rewards
After this week’s three transactions, Krista walked away with the following:
- $6 in Single Check Rebates
- $4 in +UP Rewards
Not too difficult, right? Stay tuned for next week’s installment to see how Krista is going to roll her leftover $4 +UP Rewards to more deals!
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