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A Good Walgreen's Trip

$1.08 (13 CENTS before tax!!).  Yep, that's the grand total for 8 items including full price toilet paper and hubby's favorite deodorant!  Of which we sadly needed both.  Do ignore the Gillette body washes on the receipt, they weren't ringing up correctly and I didn't feel like bringing it to the attention of this particular cashier so I had them removed.

We did one transaction previous to this one for the Walgreen's Excedrin promo (buy $20 get $10 register receipt).  We had 2 free product coupons, 2 $2.50 coupons and 1 $1.00 coupon and paid $8.97 pre-tax for 5 bottles of Excedrin (price before coupons and tax $23.95).

Total pre-tax for both transactions was $9.10 for 13 items = .70 each.  Not bad!

I'm always getting in on the end of the sales weeks though.  I would have liked to have gotten more of the Renuzit Crystals for .99 but, alas, they only had one package left.

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Comments

Unknown said…
I used to do this!!!
Super Couponing!
I got over 100 inserts a week.
I have no time for it now tho :(
I miss HCW :)
Do you use HCW?
Simply Stacie said…
Nice! I wish we had a Walgreens in Canada.

Stopping by from the Alexa hop! This is my post if you want to visit me. I have the toolbar :)
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Carries Rambles said…
Awesome!
I was proud of myself for a killer Rite Aid haul this week, but mad at the same time. I never make it to the store til the weekend and then they run out of stuff, or they are starting to post Sunday's prices and I end up confused, lol
Mama Chocolate said…
Stopping by from the Alexa hop! :-)

http://childrenchoresandchocolate.blogspot.com/
Lisa Noel said…
I love trips like that. Haven't had any good ones in awhile.
Lisa Noel said…
forgot to mention that I'm stopping by from the lower your alexa blog hop
Erika said…
Great job! I did pretty good at Walgreens this week too. I love that store! It's so fun to see how much you can walk away with for so little! I'm visiting from the new Alexa hop and also a new follower! Have a great week! :)
-Erika
Musings From a SAHM
John said…
Thanks everyone!!
Skye (@RealMomReviews) what's HCW??
Andrea Kruse said…
I am here from the Alexa Blog Hop! Thanks for hopping by.
Lori said…
Impressive! I need to get organized and start doing this!
Stopping by from the Alexa hop.
Visit Mickey
Sarah said…
I am a new follower from the Alexa hop!

I would love if you could stop by and visit www.mooseandtater.com
Danyale N. said…
I'm from Snack Bar Reviews Lower Your Alexa Blog Hop

I viewed and following you and hope you check out my blog as well

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