A few weeks ago, Price Chopper was running a great sale on Gillette Fusion Pro Glide razors. Normally between $12 and $14, they were on sale for just $5. With the $4/1 manufacturer coupons, they would have been only $1 for me. But by the time I got to the store that week, they were of course sold out. Even without using the coupon, that was a great deal. But I was savvy enough by then to pick up a Rain Check. Which allows me to buy up to three of the item at the sale price for up to 30 days later. However those $4/1 coupons were expiring today and I really wanted to take advantage of that great deal. For the record, I plan to use them for myself. I know they are men's razors but I figure a razor is a razor and my legs will never be the wiser. Right? I thought so too!
So the one in the middle is battery operated? I didn't realize that until I brought it home and have no idea why one would need a battery in a razor. Seems like a terrible idea to me. It was priced at $13.49. I didn't mean to grab it but it rang up fine so it's all peachy.
(1) Gillette Fusion Pro Glide Power Razor - $13.49
(2) Gillette Fusion Pro Glide Razor - $11.99
- Rain check making all (3) ring up at $5/each
- (3) $4/1 manufacturer coupons
= Paid out of pocket a total of $3 (plus tax) instead of the regular price of $37.47. That's a savings of 92%!! I promise my legs will never know the difference.