And last but not least, Walgreens. 🙂

Transaction #1:

(5) Nature Valley Granola bars $2
-Buy 3, Get $1.50; Buy 4, Get $2.50; Buy 5, Get $3.50

-use $0.50/1 printable
-use $1/2 printable
-use $1/2 printable
-use $3 RR from last week
I had to throw in a $0.24 piece of candy to be able to use all my coupons.
Pay: $4.76 (Get $3.50 RR)

Transaction #2:
(2) Kellogg’s Special K Cereal $2/5 (Buy 2, Get $2RR)
-use Buy One, Get One printable

(2) Quaker Quick Oats 2/$3 (with in-ad coupon)
-use (2) $1/1 (ordered from ebay)

-use $3.50 RR from Transaction #1
=pay $0.00 (Get $2 RR)

I’ve completed transactions 1 and 2, so far.  I’ll have to hit another Walgreens to find more oatmeal! 🙂

Transaction #3:
(2) Quaker Quick Oats 2/$3 (with in-ad coupon)
-use (2) $1/1 (ordered from ebay)
(2) Lysol toilet bowl cleaners (B1G1) $2.99
-use $1/2 printable

-use $2 RR from Transaction #3
-I’m going to have a small filler item handy just in case the $1/2 coupon counts as two, to allow for the extra coupon

= $1.64 (including tax)

Shelf total of all merchandise (before sales): $44.16
Shelf total of all merchandise (after sales): $30.65
Total paid (after coupons): $6.40ish ( 85.5% total savings!)

It’s always a good idea to grab a couple of cheap-o pieces of candy or something to throw onto a transaction in case they say you have too many coupons for the number of items you purchased.

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