Tuesday, February 8, 2011

+Ups to Cash!

I'm very excited this week to be turning a number of my +ups into cash. When I counted them I had over $60 worth. Yikes! I think I'm going to take my rebate check and put it into savings to build that emergency fund back up. With all the 'profit' I've made at Rite Aid the past few weeks there should be no issues about not having the money to keep things circling 'round.

4 BC Cookie Bags @ $2.00 each = $8.00
2 BC Cake Mixes @ $2.00 each = $4.00
2 BC Chocolate Frosting @ $2.00 each = $4.00
Chestal Cough $6.99
Chestal Children Cough $4.99
Coldcalm 60ct $5.99
Coldcalm Children $6.99
Mini Drop Therapy 30ct $4.99
3 Newspapers @ $1.67 each = $5.01 (10% discount ^_^)
Oscillococcium $8.99
Revitalensmps $4.49 (10% discount)
Scrubbing Bubbles $3.49
Scrubbing Bubbles FREE (BOGO Sale)
Total Before Coupons: $67.93

$1/2 BC VV
4 $.40/1 BC Cookie Mix 17.5oz+
2 $1 off wyb bother BC Cake Mix & Frosting
$1/1 Childrens Chestal
$2/1 Oscillococcium
2 $2/1 Scrubbing Bubbles (no longer available)
Total After Coupons: $56.33 (used $56 +up, total came to .03? not sure how that happened)

Received/Will Receive:
4 $2 +up wyb 2 BC products
8 $1 +up food/snacks (BC products included in monthly sale)
$6.00 SCR Chestial Cough
$4.00 SCR Chestial Children Cough
$5.99 SCR Coldcalm 60ct
$6.99 SCR Coldcalm Children
$4.00 SCR Mini Drop Therapy 30ct
$8.00 SCR Oscillococcium
$4.49 SCR Revitalensmps (up to $4.99 purchase price)
Net: $.86 cost (That's great for 3 newspapers! LOL)

I could have made a larger profit with the Boiron products if I had used more of their coupons. I'm tired of having them beep all the time. I tried the ones from coupons.com, but they still beep. The cashier double checked the items and then pushed it through. Now I kind of wish I had used some of the $3/1 for the children med. I needed to burn through some +ups any way.

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