I popped in Rite-Aid again to see if they had any of the Tylenol Precise patches left. Nope. Sniff. I don't actually need them (they would have been donated) but with the $5 off coupons they would be FREE. And as I have five of those print coupons, I would have qualified for the $5 +up RR.
I did get two boxes of the Breathe Right strips. The coupon states one coupon per customer so I did two transactions- the second was simply one box of the strips. And was totally FREE. The first order, she rang the coupon up at the max price listed of $5.99. So when I handed her my last coupon, the $2/2 Lays chips, she wasn't able to use it. Which is fine but it certainly confused me a bit until I got in the car and looked at my receipt.
(2) Breathe Right strips 10 count reg. $5.49, sale $3.99
(1) Sierra Mist Natural soda reg. $1.89
(2) Lays Kettle Chips reg. $3.49, sale $2.79
(2) $1 +up RR
(1) Free Sierra Mist Natural soda wyb two Lays chips coupon
(2) Free Breathe Right strips up to $5.99
Total value purchased ... $20.78
Paid out of pocket ... $0.78
Percentage saved ... 96%
Earned ... (2) $1 +up RR from the Breathe Right
So not earth shattering by any stretch. I won't even keep the Breathe Right strips. Straight to donate box. I only bought them because they were a money maker. And I've never tasted Sierra Mist but I'm sure it's like Sprite and will be tasty on a hot summer day. The chips though, are my downfall in life. My favorite. I'm beyond well stocked now.