But when I went to purchase them, the Register Rewards didn't print out. Instead, a slip printed out of the Register Rewards machine: Buy 4 Reach products between 10/1 and 10/28, get $3 in Register Rewards.
It's still September. Oops.
Oh, well, each floss only cost me 19¢. Not too bad!
I purchased Kleenex, which was buy one, get one free, and got a good deal by using this $0.55/3 KLEENEX Facial Tissue coupon. And I received an unexpected $1.50 RR! I'm not sure how many boxes you need to purchase to get the Register Rewards - I didn't see it documented anywhere. Let me know if you get a Register Rewards for Kleenex, too!
It was a good week for food as well - I purchased Campbell's soup and combined the in-ad coupon with this $0.40/3 Campbell's Condensed Soups coupon. And I got chocolate chips, perfect for cookies and other treats!
Here's what I got:
6 Kleenex facial tissue 184 ct @ BOGO $2.29 = $6.87 (receive $1.50 RR)
- 2 $0.55/3 KLEENEX Facial Tissue
= $5.77 for six, or 96¢ each (71¢ each after RRs)
3 Campbell's tomato soup @ 59¢ (after in-ad coupon) = $1.77
- $0.40/3 Campbell's Condensed Soups
= $1.37 for three, or 46¢ each
1 Cepacol Sensations 4 ct @ $1.00 (receive $1.00 RR)
= $1.00 (FREE after RRs)
2 Nestle Toll House morsels @ $2.00 = $4.00
- 2 $0.50/1 Nestle Toll House Morsels, exp. 11/30/12 (RP 09/09/12)
= $3.00 for two, or $1.50 each
4 Reach floss @ $2.19 = $8.76
- 4 $2/1 any Reach product tearpad
= 76¢ for four, or 19¢ each
Total product: $11.90
Total out of pocket: $12.84
Total saved compared to Walgreens full prices: $22.34
RRs received: $2.50
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