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June 7, 2010

CVS 6/7/2010

Retail: 113.66 OOP: 5.43 Savings: 108.23
Okay - I took advantage of the buy $25 in P&G products and get free toilet paper. I also had a .25/1 coupon for the TP.
The rolaids were 3.99 a bag and get 3.99 in ECBs and I had a coupon for $4/2 - essentially making them free.
The John Frieda was buy 2 at $5 each and get back $3 in ECBs and I used two $3/1 coupons.
The Glade candles were spend $10 and get $5 in ECBs. They were on sale for 2/$5. I had a 1.50/2 and a 2/2 coupon to use there. (This also qualifies for a SCJohnson $5 rebate by mail).
The crest was $1.99 and I had a 75/1 coupon for it.
The razor was 9.97 and I had a $4 coupon and it also gave you back $5 in ECBs.
The cascade was $3.99 and I had a $1/1 coupon.
The Aussie was 2.97 and 2.97 and I had a $1 coupon and a $2/1 coupon.
The Bounty was 6.97 and I had a $1.00 coupon.
The tampax were $2.97 and I had three $2/1 coupons.
The Bounty, Aussie, crest, tampax and cascade were the items that put me at the $25 to get the free Charmin.
There is also a package of Skittles there that got cut out of the picture. My balance was going in the negative, so they made me get something else.
I had some ECBs to start - $15 - and after all this and doing some rolling, I still left with $3 ECBs.

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