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BOGO items -
Scott tissue, single roll
Kleenex facial tissue
Purex Fabric Softner
Nestle, Hershey's, Reese's or M&M Mars Snack Size Bagged 9-13.3oz
Kellogg's select varities Cereal
Dove Shampoo, Conditioner, Stylers
Jon Freida hair care
Colgate Tootpaste or Toothbrushes (select varities)
Pedigree/Alpo canned Dog Food
Whiskas pouched Cat Food
Zim's Wound Care
Loreal Lip and Nail
Del Monte Corn
Van Camp's Beans
Other items that look promising:
Crest Pro-health Night Rinse $4.99 - $2.99 SCR = $2.00 (ad lists $1 coupon that should be coming out Sunday so $1)
Diabeti-Derm Heel and Toe Cream $6.99-$6.99 SCR = Free
Advil Maximum Strength $3.99 - $3.99 SCR = Free (wonder what they'll substitute for it?)
Halls ProHealth Defense $3.99 - $2.00 SCR = $1.99 (I think there are coupons out for this?)
Stopain creme $4.99 - $4.99 SCR = Free
Crest Pro-Health Night Toothpaste $3.29 - $2.29 SCR = $1 (ad lists $1 coupon that should be coming out Sunday so Free)
I think there's some coupon match-ups for some of the BOGO stuff. I'm sure I missed some stuff but those are the things that popped out.
I don't know that I'll even go. If I go for the cough drops I would probably end up getting the tootpaste/mouthrinse too since I would already be doing the SCR. If I do that, I'm sure I'll get the other items that are free after rebate. I'm not sure I want to lay that OOP though, even though Rite Aid is usually pretty quick with their rebates.
I saw that and just completely forgot! Hmm, I guess this just might be a skip Rite-Aid week. I've been trying to avoid rebates anyway. They are quick about theirs but I'm all about immediate gratification.
You know, I probably won't do them at CVS either. DH will only use Listerine and I don't use mouthrinse so why get it just because it's free. I mean sure I'd get back more ECBs then I'd have to spend because of the coupon but I'd have to spend money OOP which would roll into ECBs. I don't think I'm going to do it!! See how well this non-buying in October is working for me already?
Now the tootpaste I may get if I have ECBs to roll, but I won't lay anything out for it.