Grrrr.... I'm so glad I blog about my trips to the drug stores, because I find so many mistakes.
Take this trip. I purchased two Finish gelpacs, 20 ct, and one bottle of Finish Jet-Dry rinse. These should have been $4 each - that's what the sign on the shelf said - and I should have received $4 in Extra Care Bucks.
Instead, the gelpacs rang up as $5.99, and I did not get the ECBs. The kind of mistake that with all the other deals I might not notice, but that I caught just now as I was blogging about it.
Oh, well, I'll be headed to CVS again to get this mistake fixed, get my $3.98 plus tax back and a $4 ECB.
UPDATE: I went back, pointed out the mistake, and got the refund and the ECBs. Yay!
Here's what I got, even with the mistake:
2 Finish gelpacs @ $5.99 (should have been $4) = $11.98
1 Finish Jet-Dry rinse @ $4.00 (receive $4 ECB for $12 in products)
- 2 $0.50/1 Finish gelpacs printable coupon
- 1 $0.25/1 Finish Jet-Dry rinse printable coupon
2 Mint Milano cookies @ $2.50 = $5.00
- 2 $1/1 Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies printable
= $3 for two, or $1.50 each
3 Hallmark cards @ $1.99 = $5.97 (receive $3 ECB)
- $2/3 Hallmark printable
- $3/3 Hallmark CVS printable
= 97¢ ($2.03 moneymaker after ECBs)
1 Advil Congestion Relief @ $4.99
1 Advil Children's Liquid @ $4.99 (receive $3 ECB when you purchase 2 items)
- $2/1 Advil Congestion Relief printable coupon
- $2/1 off Advil Children's Product coupon (received in newspaper with free sample)
= $7.98 for two, or $3.99 each ($2.49 each after ECBs)
Total before ECBs: $26.00
Pay with $9.86 in ECBs from previous weeks
Total out of pocket: $16.14
Total saved compared to CVS full prices: $31.48
ECBs received: $6
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