Here's how it worked:
1 Renu double pack $9.99 (earn $10 in RR)
1 Conair Hair Brush - mine was a set of 2 for $2 (earn $2 in RR)
1 Stayfree Maxi pad 16 count or 24 count $1.99 (earn $1.99 in RR)
1 Aleve trial size $1.49 (filler - I needed some while I was out of town this week!)
= $15.47 (you can get this out-of-pocket lower by using a Renu coupon, I didn't have those coupons with me and I need to get my total at $15 to use my RR)
- Used 3-$5 Register Rewards from the Triaminic deal
Paid 47¢ Out of Pocket/Earned $14 in Register Rewards!
***I ran out of $3 Triaminic Thin Strip coupons so I used the $2 coupons instead. Here's how I did it!
5 Triaminic $25 (Earn $5 in RR for every 2 you buy BUT you can only do this once per transaction)
1 Stayfree Maxi Pad $1.99 (Earn $2 in RR)
1 Conair Hair Brush $2 (Earn $2 in RR)
1 Chapstick $1.04 (filler)
- Used 5-$2 Triaminic coupons & the $2 coupon in the Healthy Savings Book
- Used $10 RR from Transaction #1
Paid 3¢ Out-of-Pocket/Earned $14 in RR (including the $5 for making a $25 purchase)
I ended up doing each transaction twice to get all the goods pictured! Hopefully, you see the method behind my madness. I didn't really want to spend ANYTHING for this, but I ended up spending over $1 out of pocket. I needed a way to roll my Triaminic RR's so that I could continue to get the Triaminic for free when I ran out of the $3 coupons! Remember to check your expiration dates, I found many of the Triaminic that did not expire until 2011 and 2012...in order to effectively stockpile, I needed those far-off expiration dates!
Great week at Walgreens!