Rite Aid: Deals for the week of August 30-September 5, 2015


Here are the best Rite Aid deals this week, with thanks to Shannon for her help in compiling them. If you are new to shopping at Rite Aid or have questions about their coupon policy, click here.

Coke or Coke Products, 12pk – 3/$9.99
300 ($3.00) POINTS WYB $15 LIMIT 2
Use $1/3 In-Ad Coupon
$2.99 each after coupon

Mike and Ike, Skittles, Hot Tamales, Air heads, Sour Patch, or Swedish Fish Theater Box Candy – 3/$3
100 ($1.00) points wyb 3
Limit 2
$0.67 each after points

Bounty Basic Paper Towels, 1ct, Puffs Cube, or Dawn Liquid Dish Detergent, 9oz – 3/$3
Use $0.50/1 printable
$0.50 after coupon

Nabisco Single Serve Cookies and Crackers, 1.35-2oz, Combos, 1.8oz, or Mrs. Fields Cookies – 4/$2
100 ($1.00) points wyb 4
Limit 2
$0.25 each after points

Clear Eyes Eye Drops – $4.99
300 ($3.00) points wyb 1
Limit 2
Use $0.55/1 printable
$1.44 after coupon and points

Bausch + Lomb Peroxi Clear Solution, 12oz – $7.99
200 ($2.00) points wyb 1
Limit 2
Use $4/1 coupon from the 8/30 SmartSource insert
$1.99 after coupon and points

See the full list of deals at Rite Aid this week here.

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Walgreens: Deals for the week of August 30-September 5, 2015

Here are the best deals at Walgreens this week, with thanks to Passionate Penny Pincher for her help with compiling these:

Balance Rewards Points

Spend $20, Get 5,000 Balance Reward Points

*Deal Idea*

Buy 4 Tide Detergents – $5.99
Use $1/1 coupon from the 8/31 P&G insert
Pay $19.96 out of pocket, Get 5,000 Balance Reward Points
$3.74 each after coupon and Balance Rewards

Register Rewards

Buy 1 Optic White Toothpaste at $3.49, Get $1.50 Register Rewards
Use $1/1 coupon from the 8/31 SmartSource insert
$0.99 after coupon and Register Rewards

Buy 1 Poises Bladder Supports Sizing Kit at $6.99, Get $4 Register Rewards
Use $2/1 printable
$0.99 after coupon and Register Rewards

Buy 2 Crest Toothpaste or Oral B Floss at $3, Get $2 Register Rewards
Use $1/1 coupon from the 8/9 RedPlum insert
$1 each after coupon and Register Rewards

Buy 1 Bic Disposable Razor at $5.99, Get $1 Register Rewards
Use $2/1 coupon from the 8/31 SmartSource insert
$2.99 after coupon and Register Rewards

Other Deals In Ad

Nestle Candy Bars – $0.39

Lindsay Olives – $0.99
Use $1/2 printable
$0.49 after coupon

New to shopping at Walgreens? Be sure to head over and check out Walgreens 101 where I explain in detail how to maximize the mileage of your money at Walgreens. See the full list of deals at Walgreens this week over at Passionate Penny Pincher.

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CVS: Deals for the week of August 30-September 5, 2014

Here are the best deals at CVS this week, with a big thanks to Passionate Penny Pincher for her help in compiling them: 

Buy 1 Trojan Lubricant at $6.49, Get $5 ECBs (Limit 1)
Submit for Free Trojan Mail in Rebate
Free plus $5 overage after ECBs and MIR

Buy 2 Gatorade (20 oz) or Lipton Sparkling Ice (12 oz) at $1, Get $2 ECBs (Limit 1)
Free after ECBs

Buy 1 Caliber Glue (5 oz) at $0.99, Get $0.50 ECBs (Limit 1)
$0.49 after ECBs

Buy 1 Ben Gay Product (2 oz) at $5.49, Get $2.50 ECBs (Limit 1)
Use $2/1 printable
$0.99 after coupon and ECBs

Buy 1 Peroxi Clear Solution (12 oz) at $7.99, Get $2 ECBs (Limit 1)
Use $4/1 coupon from the 8/30 SmartSource insert
$1.99 after coupon and ECBs

Buy 1 Schick Disposable Razor (4 ct) at $8.99 and 1 Edge Shave Gel at $3.49, Get $5 ECBs (Limit 1)
Use $4/1 coupon from the 7/26 SmartSource insert and $1/1 coupon from the 8/16 SmartSource
$2.48 for both after coupon and ECBs

Buy 1 CVS Diaper at $7.99, Get $3 ECBs (Limit 1)
$4.99 after ECBs

Spend $12, Get $3 ECBs (Limit 1)

*Deal Idea*

Buy 2 Tide Detergent (19 -24 loads) – $5.94
Use $1/1 coupon from the 8/30
And use $1/1 coupon printing from the CVS machine
Pay $8.88 out of pocket, Get $3 ECBs
$2.94 each after coupons and ECBs

Other Deals In Ad

Colgate Optic White Toothpaste – $3
Use $1/1 coupon from the 8/30 SmartSource insert
And use $2/1 coupon from the CVS machine
Free after coupon and ECBs

Gold Emblem Snacks – $1
Use $2/2 printable
Free after coupon

Starbucks Coffee Iced Coffee – $1.99 (Buy 1, Get 1 Free)
Use $1/1 printable
Submit for $1/1 Starbucks Iced Coffee – Ibotta Rebate
Free plus overage after coupon and rebate

ZZZquil – $6.99
Use $1/1 coupon from the 8/30 p&G insert
Submit for $5 Rebate will be available 8/30
Free after coupon and rebate

New to shopping at CVS? Be sure to check out my CVS 101 post that gives you the full scoop on how to get the best bargains at CVS. See the full list of deals at CVS this week here.

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3 Pieces of Advice I Wish I Could Give My 23-Year-Old Self

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Guest post from Angela of Setting My Intention

If you told my 23-year-old self that, 20 years in the future, I would be writing a blog about decluttering, I would have laughed.

When I was 23 years old, I had just graduated from college and traveled across the country (with only one large suitcase) to serve in an inner city ministry.

How did I get from one large suitcase to a house full of things that need to be decluttered?

I moved into an apartment…

got married…

had kids…

moved into a home…

In other words, life happened.

If I could give my 23-year-old self advice, here is what I would tell her:

1. Invest in Experiences, Not Things.

You will be tempted to “nest” many times: when you get a new apartment, move into your first home, have children. Along with that temptation, you will want to buy many things. Try to resist that temptation.

Experiences and time are the best gifts to give and receive.

Instead of making a wish list of things you’d like as gifts, try making a wish list of experiences that you’d like to give and get on your birthday and/or holidays.

When you do decorate your new spaces, only keep and purchase things that you love.

Invest in a few lovely pieces. Use your local thrift stores — they are often goldmines if you look carefully. Keep open spaces in your home.

2. Be a Thoughtful Consumer.

Wait to purchase things until you know what you need and will use.

When my husband and I were getting married, I naturally assumed we should have a wedding registry. However, we were clueless as to what we would actually use and need. We registered for many items that “we might be able to use” because we had that nifty handheld scanner that made it so easy!

The same thing happened to us when we were having our first baby. We registered for the things listed in the baby books that told us what we absolutely must have.

Can I just give you a heads up? You will NOT need a diaper genie. Wrapping them up tight, or plastic bags work just fine. You might even consider cloth diapering.

Again, wait to purchase things until you know what you need. It will save you the time later when you end up donating or consigning the pieces off of your registry!

Another tip: kids’ consignment sales have great, barely used items for a fraction of the price.

3. Don’t Get Emotionally Attached.

What your priorities or life circumstances change, don’t be afraid to get rid of the things that are no longer relevant or important to you.

Here are some areas to consider and declutter on a regular basis:

  • Clothing/purses/shoes
  • Books
  • Papers/yearbooks
  • Photos

The memories have been made, the mementos can be let go of.

If you are in your twenties, what advice has been most helpful to you? If you older, like me, what advice would you give your 20-something-aged self? I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Angela blogs at Setting My Intention. She is a wife and mom to three boys. She works part time outside the home, and full time inside the home. She loves to spend time outside with her family, read, write, and most recently, run. She writes about simplifying life and developing healthy habits.

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