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Organizing My Purse & Bathroom (this is embarrassing) + a giveaway!

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I told you all that I’m using the Organize in 5 Diary in 2019 to whip my house in shape. It’s a digital download that gives you a 5-minute organizational project for every day in 2019.

Each of the projects (that can be done in 5 minutes or less) help you work through your entire home and set up better systems and habits. It covers almost all aspects of your life:

Psst! If you haven’t purchased the Organize in 5 Diary, you can get it for just $9 here.

I tackled two decluttering projects yesterday — one that was part of the Organize in 5 Diary and one that I was inspired to do because of the Organize in 5 Diary

Yikes! I’m embarrassed to show you this. But here’s some real-life for ya!

I see this every morning when I open the cupboard to pull out things to get ready in the morning and every night when I pull out things to wash my face and get ready for bed.

And every day, I think, “I really should make time to organize it.” And every day, it doesn’t happen.

Until yesterday.

I was supposed to go to the kids’ school for morning chapel and then to discipleship group at church, but school was delayed due to weather and discipleship group was cancelled due to weather.

So I got inspired and tackled this mess of a cupboard!

I pulled everything out, put things that didn’t belong where they needed to go, put some stuff in the Goodwill tub in the garage, threw some stuff out, and re-organized what remained.

SO much better! And it made me so happy to open up the cupboard last night and this morning and see the above.

I even brought Jesse into the bathroom to show him how amazing it looked. (Please tell me I’m not the only weird person who shows off their accomplishments to their spouse like that!!)

Next up, I tackled the Organize in 5 Diary upcoming project (I’m a little ahead on the projects right now!) to clean out my purse. Er, diaper bag.

But let’s pretend it’s a purse. (I almost always carry a big bag because I often am lugging my laptop in it, too! Well, and I may also be a Boy Scout type personality and go for the “Always Be Prepared” slogan in most of life, too.)

I dumped everything out, wiped out the inside of the purse, and went through the contents. I put the items away that didn’t belong, I threw out the items that were trash, and found a few surprises along the way (see below!)

And then I made sure I had all of the essentials and put everything back in in a much more organized fashion…

That feels so nice to have my purse re-organized. And maybe it will last for a few weeks — or longer! We’ll see! 🙂

Want to Win My $100+ Rite Aid Gift Card?

Giveaway is closed. The winner is Terra (frogger353@) Terra, check your inbox for an email from me!

I discovered a $100+ Rite Aid gift card in my purse that I had completely forgotten about (along with some great coupons that I can’t wait to use!). Rite Aid had sent it to me to make purchases for a post I did with them quite a long while ago.

The card still has $100+ on it and I’d love to gift it to one of you since Rite Aid is way out of the way for me to go to and I’d rather bless one of you with it!

To enter to win, just leave a comment on this post telling me what you’d spend it on. I’ll choose a winner on Monday and will send you the gift card!

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  • Tamah Collier says:

    I would probably spend about $25-50 on items I need: laundry soap, kleenex, shampoo and the rest on fun stuff I wouldn’t normally buy!

  • Kim Flannery says:

    Valentine gifts for my grandkids! Maybe a few paper goods!

  • Charity says:

    Great giveaway! I’d use it for my kids’ Easter baskets.

  • Marilyn says:

    My “windfall” would be spent on items for my preschool classroom. Books, holiday items, organizing bins, etc. And maybe a piece of candy for me…

  • Jere Ann Keefe says:

    Valentine’s for the kids and health supplies…. hand sanitizer, tissues, kids medicines, etc!

  • Leah says:

    I would stock up on toilet paper, paper towels, ice cream.

  • michele says:

    valentines for friends and family.

  • Shannon says:

    I would use it to put together a care package for my in-laws who are still rebuilding their lives after losing everything in the Camp Fire.

  • Barbara Serna says:

    I would probably buy a stock up of laundry detergent and toiletries. It could last forever.

  • Lana says:

    Thanks doe the giveaway! I would stock up on essentials like TP.

  • Darla says:

    I’d use it for feminine hygiene products (split between a local charity and me) and possibly diapers for a newly pregnant family member. Thanks for offering!

  • AMY says:

    I would use that lovely gift card on a bit of makeup for my oldest daughter and some bubble bath for my husband (yes! he loves the bubble bath). I would let my youngest daughter pick out some lotion and then I would splurge on hair products for us all. I have frizzy, curly hair, my oldest daughter has straight, thick hair and my husband and other daughter have slightly wavy thin hair. Buying hair products for all these hair types can get pricey! Thank you so much.

  • Muriel says:

    Cold medicine. 🙂 We’ve had a cold for 2 weeks and it’s still hanging on.

  • Kelli says:

    I would use it for some essential health and beauty items to stock up…and then splurge on some lipsticks.

  • Rebecca Scott says:

    I would spend it mostly on baby supplies – diapers, wipes, etc; and probably a little Easter candy : )

  • Kimberley Morrissey says:

    Valentines items, tissues for my daughters scool ( they are running low), paper products,
    Note cards & birthday cards to encourage loved ones. Diapers & wipes for my granddaughter If any left print out pictures for our albums 🙂

  • Momma L says:

    Right now I would spend it on Vitamin C drink, to keep those germs away, allergy meds, lotion and epsom salts! Also on a few cards for friends going through some tough spots in their life .

  • Christine says:

    I turned 50 this past April, so umm…. I guess old lady stuff like wrinkle creams and hair dye. Lol

  • Danielle says:

    We just were blessed with our first child (a baby girl), so I would spend it on diapers for her 🙂

  • Carol says:

    I’d use it for Valentine gifts

  • Elissa says:

    I’d spend some on diapers for our newborn, and then refresh the makeup items that one is *supposed* to replace every six months (ahem). And Valentine and Easter gifts for the littles is a wonderful idea too!

  • Sharon says:

    I would spend it on stocking up my medicine cabinet, and some household items.

  • Kara says:

    As the only pharmacy in our small town, I buy about everything at Rite Aid when it’s on sale: Toiletries, prescriptions, meds, or household items!

  • Anna says:

    Diapers! ?

  • Mimi says:

    I’d use it on diapers and toilet paper (so exciting!)

  • Jennifer Ross says:

    I would spend it on bathroom items and toiletries, perhaps some medicine items, and vitamins.

  • Surbhi K. says:

    I’d buy cold medicines and valentines gifts!

  • amy says:

    I’d stock up on some paper products and greeting cards for Valentine’s day!

  • Jen says:

    I’d love to get some household products–shampoo, baby wash, and maybe some beach toys for an upcoming vacation.

  • Beth Swanberg says:

    I would probably buy hair products and cosmetics!

  • Sharon L. says:

    I would buy toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, laundry detergent, and stock up on encouragement cards for the upcoming months.

  • Allison Keiser says:

    I would give it to my college aged daughter to get Advil,soup,etc without having to ask us for money for them!!

  • Candice says:

    I would buy household and baby supplies. Probably wipes, diapers, and paper towels for sure! Thanks.

  • Ann says:

    I would give it to my son for his birthday!

  • Carrie Smith says:

    I always show my accomplishments to my husband, too! He’s kind enough to act very impressed ?. I would spend a lot of it on diapers (our third baby is due any day), and the rest on laundry detergent:)

  • robin meroney says:

    I would purchase some health and well being items and then some general household necessities .

  • Camilla Wilson says:

    Valentines gifts and my medicine

  • Carol Wagner says:

    I would probably spend it toilet paper, shampoo, toothpaste, dental floss and sugar free cough drops for my hubby, who is diabetic. Thnaks for a chance to win.

  • Heidi Echevarria says:

    I’d spend it on diapers and baby food for my 5th little one since I recently stopped working!

  • Alissa Larson says:

    I’d probably buy school/office supplies and organizers!

  • melissa french says:

    i would stock up on some feminine products and diapers, tp, tissues, etc so i can have a little wiggle room in my budget to do a fancy valentine’s dinner this month! <3 so kind of you!

  • Jeanelle says:

    I having really been trying to stick to a budget the last month and I am in need of everyday things. I keep putting things off and try to buy a few things every week when we get paid but there always seems like the list is never ending. A gift card would be an amazing help.

  • Carol Wagner says:

    I would buy toilet paper, dental floss, toothpaste, shampoo, etc.

  • Melissa Newell says:

    Oh my gosh how nice is that? well since february is my birthday I would probably spend it on some candy and snacks for me and the family to have a movie night. Anything left I would buy some new make up and throw out some old stuff that needs to go. Blessings to your year!

  • beth lehman says:

    We would probably get personal/household essentials…shampoo, conditioner, cleaning items. And any good things they might have on clearance! Thanks for sharing the bathroom pic…I feel like I am the only one who is unorganized sometimes!

  • Jodi says:

    I would spend it on Valentine’s gifts for the family and maybe a little something for myself:). I’ve actually never been to a Rite Aid, I’d make a special trip a few towns over.

  • Camille Cervantes says:

    I would spend it on diapers for my twin grandson & granddaughter . Easter basket gifts and some hygiene items for our local charities would finish it off. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Heather says:

    I’d spend it on foods for ever hungry teens and the rest of the family. And shop the weekly sales matchups from MSM!

  • Julie Wentworth says:

    I shop at Rite Aid every week! I purchase a lot of fun little things that I share with the kids in my family and I also find food deals! This would get me through a month of shopping! thanks for being such a great blogger!

  • Cheryl says:

    I would use it on meds and soap, shampoo etc..

  • Susan says:

    I would spend it on vitamins and supplements to help keep illness away this winter!

  • Joanne says:

    Oh Nice find!! I would use it for some Valentines treats for my mom and three kids and my boyfriend. That would be super cool to win. Thank You

  • Meredith says:

    I would take my 2 daughters on a shopping spree! They would have the best time getting to pick out some new things that I usually have to say “no” to. Thank you!!

  • Deana says:

    Stock up on toilet paper! You know we’re always using it!

  • Cathy Peek says:

    I would spend it on vitamins and health and beauty products. I’m getting low on supplements…. This would come in handy!! I would also pick up some thank you cards….you should always be prepared…LOL!Thank you!

  • Katie says:

    I would likely buy diapers for my young son with special needs. He brings us so much joy, but he is an expensive little guy!

  • Jennifer says:

    No, you’re not the only one that shows off your organizational skills! My last big overhaul was in our office. My husband is great at throwing loose change everywhere and writing notes on little scraps of paper and leaving them all over. After spending two hours organizing, I told him his attendance was required at the “Getting To Know Your New Office” orientation!

    If I won the gift card, I would use it for essentials. I basically lost my job due to a back injury a couple of months ago. My back is better, but despite being in a supposedly great economy with low unemployment and having a profession in ancillary health services that consistently shows up on all of those fastest growing job reports, the area I live in has very, very few positions open and I’m still looking for work. My lease is up in less than 30 days (the landlord decided not to renew it, I don’t know if he’s selling the property or what) and I can’t find another roof over my head without some income, so I’m really panicking. The gift card would help with some necessities, anyway.

  • Randi says:

    I would spend it on my husband since he was laid off in December and I would also make blessing bags for some homeless folks in the area!

  • Peggy says:

    How generous of you! I just moved to PA from CA and really need gloves, scarves, warm slippers, a shovel, first aid supplies (cannot find anything yet, including bandaids!) and other necessities. I am sure that $100 would go to much needed supplies. 🙂 just the thought makes my day because I have been listening to your podcast and taking to heart all things, including how to let new friends in. It is tough but I will get there when we are settled. When spring comes it should be easier to meet people. Haha.

  • April Morin says:

    I would use it to restock my toiletries. Thank you for the chance to win!

  • katie k says:

    I’d get some Valentine’s chocolate for the office! PS thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  • Julie R says:

    I, too, have been organizing like crazy these days. I have been using consumables and not restocking my pantry or personal hygiene stash, so I would use the gift card to restock my shelves! 🙂

  • Gwendolyn Cyr says:

    I would treat myself to a self done self care spa day. I have had traumatic things going on in my personal life, through no fault of my own. Self care needs to be a bigger priority for me, as it has been lacking in the past 30 years!

  • Rachel says:

    My daughter’s bathroom vanity looks an awful lot like your before picture! I would love to buy some organizational/storage bins or drawers for her to make it a more useful area.

  • Betty says:

    I would buy supplies for our local shelters.

  • Amanda says:

    I would spend it on everyday stuff that my family needs and buy me some good stuff that any other time I can’t get because I can’t afford it! Lol Thanks for letting pretend to think of all the things I could get! Love it lol

  • Laurie says:

    We have to buy so many supplements for 2 of our girls for some medical issues. Since not covered on insurance I would use it for that.

  • Eva C. says:

    I would spend it on medicine, skin care products and mints! Thank you!

  • Lisa K says:

    I would buy things to organize under my sink and my purse. You have inspired me!

  • Kristy says:

    How kind of you!! I’d purchase pull ups, Valentine’s cards and gifts for teachers, and stock up on toilet paper and cold medicines. How fun!!

  • Rita DeLaRosa says:

    I would spend it on expenses for my 12 grade son’s trip to CIF this year for wrestling….it’s in 2 weeks!!! Bittersweet since it’s our last year!

  • Donna says:

    I would spend it on Valentine’s Day goodies for my kids. And I would invest in some body and face cream — this dry winter weather is tough!

  • Sue D says:

    I would spend it on vitamins, paper goods and toiletries.

  • Briana says:

    My husband and I welcomed our little one in December – he was a birthday gift to both of us! Because he was a couple weeks early, we did not get a chance to get gifts for church family and friends. I would use the card to pick up gifts and bless some folks with some late Christmas presents!

  • Selene Montgomery says:

    I would use the Rite-Aid gift card on snacks, vitamins, paper products, and greeting cards.

  • Elaine says:

    I would use it to buy detergent, toothpaste, toilet paper and vitamins ~ not exciting, but things we use everyday!

    Thanks for showing us your organization skills, it inspires me!

  • Rachael says:

    Toiletries! A great chance to stock up!

  • Debbie says:

    Its great going through you purse and finding treasures. I honestly would give the gift card to my neighbor and great friend. She just started driving for Lyft and someone just hit her car yesterday and came home and had no heat in house. An oil man said 3500-5,000. A gift card from walgreeen can be used for a multitude of items.

  • Grace C says:

    Hi Crystal! I would probably stock up on medicine, bandaids, Valentine’s Day gifts for our kids’ classmates and some umbrellas!

  • Amanda Mosier says:

    Wow! Thanks for the chance! I would spend it on our frugal 16th anniversary trip (next month) on a few pampering items, and the rest on necessities for our 9 children. I can justify a little pampering after having a baby in the hospital this week on fluids during a terrible stomach virus, and 3 others with it at home! Here’s to hoping. Thanks again. It’s very kind.

  • Sheryl says:

    I would give it to my friend who is a single mom of two ?

  • Heather says:

    I would love to win this! We’d use it for items for an upcoming trip, to stock up on things like shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, etc and a few treats most likely.

  • Melissa D says:

    I would use it to buy small items for our angel Christmas boxes and prolly some personal hygiene items

  • Lacey Wooten says:

    The gift card would be great for some make-up, shower gel,vitamins and diapers. With 5 kids, we seem to always have someone in diapers!

  • Brenda howt says:

    I love when that happens!! Well.. Rite Aid does have the best Thrifty ice cream. ?. Really …. that is hard for me to choose between buying items for others or things that I need… or practical or not.
    I think would buy some diapers for my grand baby, birthday gifts for my teen granddaughters (26 grands here) and then I need new make up really bad. I can see myself using coupons to get rewards to stretch it even farther ?.

  • Heather says:

    Oh, how lovely! We love our local RA store and being very tight on our budget I would try to make it last all year for my monthly copays for medicine. And let’s be honest maybe a little chocolate too.

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  • Heather Richardson says:

    I would use the Rite-Aid gift card in combination with coupons to stock up on cold medicines, make-up, feminine hygiene and whatever else is a great deal!!! Thank you!!!

  • LB says:

    I would buy some meds for my husband that he wants to try for joint pain. He has been dealing with the pain for months.

  • Christa McDaniel says:

    I would buy cleaning supplies or food!

  • Amber says:

    I’d use it to buy essentials like toilet paper, shampoo and vitamins.

  • Katrina says:

    It would be fun to go shopping and get whatever is needed at that moment without worrying about the budget.

  • Amy says:

    My husband and I both use Prilosec and we’re completely out, so that would be at the top of the list. Maybe some Valentine goodies for the family. And probably would look at their makeup selection . . . I never indulge but would with “free money” hee hee!

  • Nancy says:

    I would send it to my daughter in college.

    • Emma says:

      I’m not sure what I would use it for but probably Valentine’s day goodies, cards, etc for my two daughters who live in TN and CA and my new granddaughter who also lives in Tn

    • Ann Looney says:

      I would use it for my husband. He had knee replacement surgery and he is a severe diabetic.

    • Kim says:

      We have 3 boys and our oldest is in college at University of Tennessee. Miss him like crazy and want to send him a sweet valentine gift basket so this gift card would go in there!

  • Jenny H says:

    I’d love to stock up on some deodorant (don’t want to run out of that!) and buy some Valentine’s for friends and family.

  • Kathy Linklater says:

    I would spend the $100 on sundries (an old word meaning miscellaneous small articles, details, or items such as shampoo, soap, etc.).

  • Jennifer says:

    I would spend it on my daughter’s out of pocket medications. Thanks so much for this opportunity

  • Carla says:

    I am not sure exactly what I would spend it on, but I would look for food items and over the counter meds as we need them. Maybe markdowns after Valentine’s Day. I wouldn’t spend it all at once.

  • Lauren Flanigan says:

    I’m doing the organizing in 5 and the eat at home this year (appreciate the resources) because we are due with our second in June so trying to be more mindful of finances. I’d use the gift card for some home necessities, to restock my baby medicine cabinet and for an Easter treat for soon to be big sister Miss 2.5 yo!

  • linda says:

    I would buy Valentine’s gifts for the family, and maybe some chocolate for myself! 🙂

  • Melody says:

    Cards! I love to send cards and never seem to have one in my house.. I would buy cards to send to family and friends to let them know they are loved!

  • Sara says:

    Thank you for the giveaway. I would buy things we could use as giveaways to spoil the teachers at our school.

  • Carrie says:

    I’ve been needing some vitamins for my heath also would purchase medicines needed for our family. Cards for Valentines day and some some gifts for my family. If I found some great deals that were cheaper than what we would purchase elsewhere on products we use everyday I would use it for that too.

  • Jenniffer says:

    I am trying to get healthier this new year. I would use the gift card for vitamins and medicines.

  • Lisa says:

    What a great find!

    I would use this on diapers and wipes for our three month old.

  • Jennifer Spencer says:

    I would look at the markdowns and meds that we need restocked in our house. Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  • Kimberly says:

    I would give it to my mom because she loves Rite Aid and goes there several times a week.

  • Rhonda Hall says:

    I love Rite Aid. I buy my Husband’s Prilosec there every month, and I buy toys, stuffed animals and beauty kits there after the Holidays when they are 50-75%off and put in my spare bedroom closet. That way we can donate to Toys for Tots or The Giving Tree at Christmas. The beauty kits go to teenage girls. My Grandkids enjoy the candy and cookie jar I fill with goodies from there.

  • Amy Hoza says:

    [Nice purse org! I have one of those insert things, and I love it!] I would use the Rite Aid gift card on some hygiene splurges that we could use (e.g., hair remover and hair color for me); some household things, and some Valentine things. And perhaps a little makeup for me (I only ever use mascara. I do need some good nite-time moisturizer, now.)

  • Melece Hall says:

    Right now I’d use a bunch of it on Cold/Flu sickness supplies. It’s been going around and it’s no fun to be sick! I’ve been organizing too, and I love it! I wish I had more cute containers and such to help with the organizing, so maybe I’d spend some of those too!

  • Patricia Sghia says:

    Thank you for the give away. I would give it to my neighbor to help with their monthly prescriptions.

  • Heather says:

    I would buy cold and flu medicine, allergy medicine and vitamins. I would also buy a sweet treat for each of my kids for Valentine’s Day.

  • Karin says:

    I would use it for: shampoo and conditioner, new moisturizer, laundry detergent, and to send a care package to my son who’s away at college.

  • Melanie Franks says:

    I would spend it on toiletries and cleaning items. That would go a long with shopping the sales!

  • Margaret says:

    First I would by a blood pressure machine/monitor (getting older rocks!), some light bulbs and something valentine-y to send my daughter in college. 😀

  • Jandel Christensen says:

    I would stock up on allergy meds for my husband.

  • Betsy H. says:

    I would buy toiletries and Valentines gifts. We will be doing a “no spend” month in February, so this would come in handy. What a nice gesture. 🙂

  • Linda Shifflett says:

    First of all, I would look to see what items were listed in the sales flyer. Make a list of household items, personal care items and maybe some food items that are on sale. When in store look for unadvertised markdowns and anything else that would help our family make ends meet.
    Thank you for this opportunity.

  • Gayle says:

    I would probably spend it on replacing some of my cosmetics since mine are old, old, old!!! Since retiring, I don’t wear nearly as much make-up, etc. as I did when I worked!! Love your blog, BTW!!!

  • Dawn says:

    I would get some vitamins and makeup. Thanks for a chance to win this!

  • Aimee Boumiea says:

    I would spend it on buying over the counter medicine for my senior dog (almost 15 year old). I would also get vitamins for my family since our insurance doesn’t cover them through prescription. If there was any money left, I would stock up on tylenol for my teething kiddos.

  • Jennifer Mast says:

    I would get some new makeup. And hang on to the rest of it for health care items to get as needed.

  • Laura Knox says:

    It’s cold & flu season here! Time for lots more vitamins & items on the sale racks!

  • Debbie Kidd says:

    I would give the $100 to my daughter to use for her family to get medicine and toiletries. It gets expensive for items and they are living on a single income since her husband is out of work.

  • Pattye Stacks says:

    O would spend it on helping reorganize our 2 bedroom apartment. With a teenage daughter, I need to organize the bathroom too! 😀

  • stacy says:

    my daughter is working hard while her husband is in college. I’d send it to them so they could buy some special things for valentines day

  • Becky says:

    I would buy cold and allergy medicine , tissues and toilet paper because we always need them. and dark chocolate even though I don’t really need it 🙂

  • Rebekah Hall says:

    I would use it as needed to keep our family on budget. “Mad Money” is so handy to have when the month gets tight!! 🙂

  • Dinah says:

    I would buy some diapers for my grandson and some Valentine’s candy.

  • Dawn says:

    I would get some vitamins for my family and makeup. Thank you for a chance to win this.

  • Rachel says:

    I would use it to buy some things for my 8 month old, such as Infant Tylenol, teething toys and books, just to name a few things.

  • Rachel Sandoval says:

    I would buy food items and stock up on household supplies as they go on sale!

  • Lise says:

    I would use it to buy personal items for my teenage daughters…they go through so many!

  • Meghan says:

    I run a local group called Compassion in Action. Each month we collect donations for an organization (one that the group voted on). This month we are donating to Cleveland rape crisis center. One of their requested items was hair care products. I’d love to bless them with more!

  • Becca Holt says:

    You’re so generous, thank you! I would buy our monthly prescriptions and valentines day gifts 🙂

  • Kristy Tomashewski says:

    I would use it to stretch our grocery/household supplies budget! My husband got a new job a few months ago (praise God!) and we are using this as an opportunity to re-do our budget and discipline ourselves in a few areas that we had been a little lackadaisical.

  • Melissa Lynch says:

    Don’t you love fun surprises like that? I would use the gift card for hearing aid batteries for my daughter and some fun nail polishes and maybe masks for a girls night.

  • Tray says:

    I would use it to buy my allergy medicine that I purchase at Rite Aid every month! Thanks for the giveaway!! That would be a blessing!!

  • Carol Mueller says:

    I would use it for myself for a change! Thank you for this blessing!

  • Heather says:

    I would use the gift card for food items. Snacks on sale for the 3 bottomless pit kids in our home ?

  • Natalia says:

    I would use it for pain medicine for us. Toothpaste and teeting medicine for my 18 months old:)
    And some cough syrop for my 6 year old:)

  • Karen says:

    I would purchase supplements for my family like melatonin and 5htp.

  • Tara Walters says:

    Shampoo, hairstyling supplies, makeup

  • Kathy says:

    I’d use it for underjams for my chronic bedwetter. 🙁 Hoping this child grows out of it soon!! 😉

  • Elizabeth says:

    I would buy razor blades for my husband and bubble bath for my kids (and me 🙂 )

  • Vicki Toy says:

    I would use the gift card to help my grandchildren with valentines for school exchanges and for my granddaughter who can always use some diapers. If there was anything left I would get some chocolates!

  • Dawn says:

    I would buy contact lens cleaner, and lots of it! That stuff is so expensive!

  • Katherine Richard says:

    I would buy cards and gifts for my family for Valentines Day.

  • Jen says:

    I would spend it on vitamins and probiotics to help my family stay healthy!

  • Jessica says:

    I love Rite Aid, because our local store always has a discount/clearance section where I’m able to snag some great make-up deals (as well as other great markdowns on vitamins).
    I’d likely spend it on Breathe Right Nasal strips, as it seems those are always an expensive purchase that I only make if they are marked down. These help all of us sleep better with winter colds. Of course, I’d pick up some pull-ups as my youngest still wears these at night. And I’d buy soap and shampoo plus cereal specials. Seems our family of 7 flies through soap and cereal!
    THank you for this generous offer, Crystal. The timing would be perfect for our budget!

  • Angela Warner says:

    I would use to buy my nephew and his wife stuff for their new baby.

  • Star says:

    Thanks for the generous give away! I would spend that cash on my messy house and maybe buy myself a fancy mascara or something if I had some left over. 😉 <3

  • Cassie says:

    We are working on filling the free pantries in our public school ( so I’d buy items off our wish list 🙂

  • Kristen says:

    I would likely do some coupon matchups and then maybe treat myself to some makeup!

  • Hannah smith says:

    I would use it to buy items needed for our local Pack a Sack. They pack sacks for weekends of students who probably won’t have much to eat if not at school during the week. Their pantry at pack a sack is getting low so this would help so much!

  • Jennifer Crisan says:

    Since my little boy has been sick for a week now, I would use the card to replenish his medicine supply as well as treat him to some special snacks and maybe a little toy as well. He has had a rough week!

  • Renee says:

    I would stock up on shampoo etc I have two girls 12 and 20 and we go through a ton! The oldest is in nursing school!

  • ilaria zinser says:

    i would purchased pull ups!

  • Ximena Molina-Hincapie says:

    Hi Crystal,

    I would use it to buy things we would purchase for our family, as in toilet paper, vitamins, shampoo, conditioner, and a few coloring books or sticker sheets for our girls.

    Thank you for this opportunity 🙂

  • Jessica Williams says:

    I would stock on water and medication for winter time sicknesses. I also might actually buy something for myself, makeup. I never do anything for myself. Living in one income means you learn that sometimes my wants outweight so many other things.

  • Megan says:

    For vitamins for our family!

  • Jennifer says:

    I would love to use it towards my allergy medicine!

  • Reva says:

    I would stock up on shampoo and soap.

  • Amy Blair says:

    I would buy baby items for my expected first grandchild!

  • Courtney Wilson says:

    I would use the gift card to buy some arts and crafts supplies for my kids, valentines and goodies for the kids to take to school. First Aid supplies (always refill at the beginning of the year). Good hand cream for myself and some supplies I donate to my sons preschool every quarter (tissues, wipes, paper towels, etc)

  • Dorothy says:

    I’d stock up on toilet paper and paper towels along with dish detergent and laundry detergents. Thanks!

  • Karen says:

    I would most likely buy vitamins and health and beauty items. Maybe a piece of chocolate!

  • Laura Covington says:

    We’ve been helping families who are still recovering from hurricane Florence and families that were impacted by the government shutdown (which could happen again in Feb.) We would use it to continue to help others and get some random stuff for ourselves as well.

  • Beverly Smith says:

    I would buy vitamins for everyone in our family and the rest I would use to buy items for our church nursery!

  • Kim Butera says:

    Love following you and watching all your Lives. I’ve taken many of your courses over the years. Rite Aid is my local pharmacy and we are there often. We refill all our prescriptions there, and I actually have a few that I need to refill. Thanks!

  • Jody Morris says:

    I would look at what sales they had to get more for my money. I could use more shampoo, conditioners and laundry soap to stock up on.

  • Sarah says:

    I woud use it to buy our prescriptions!!!

  • Amy Paris says:

    I would use it to buy diapers and baby supplies for my infant son, we go through LOTS of diapers!

  • Jingjing says:

    I would spend the card on food items that our church needs. Thank you so much.

  • Bobbie Jo says:

    I’d restock on medicine we ran out of this week when most of the family was sick ?

  • Zoe Baker says:

    I have five kiddos and we have done nothing but fight sickness since the fall I would get cold and sickness supplies as well and vitimans, soft tissues and Lysol!

  • Kris says:

    I would use the gift card to pay for new first aid supplies (time to restock) and vitamins. I rarely buy vitamins for myself because I just can’t seem to “justify” the cost. Thanks for being generous!

  • Melissa LaBrasca says:

    I would probably use it to buy some food and diapers. If there was any left I may get myself something as a treat. Maybe something like home decor, makeup or candy. 😉

  • Kelly says:

    I would be totally selfish and buy myself some new makeup!!! Lol!!!

  • Deb says:

    I would use it to help pay for supplies my son needs as he is a diabetic. I would also purchase vitamins and insoles for his shoes.

  • Catherine says:

    Diapers diapers diapers

  • Juli says:

    I would love to be able to stretch our grocery budget by getting some needed items and restocking our medicine cabinet with needed supplies. It would be such a blessing.

  • SaraAnne Greenwell says:

    I would use it to refresh my makeup routine. I’ve been in a funk and ready to try new things. Also making valentines kits for neighborhood kids would be so fun!

  • Brettan Middleton says:

    I would use it to stock up on household essentials and first aid kits for our cars abscond camper. It would really help make that budget stretch a lot further!

  • Jessica says:

    On stuff for the house

  • Michelle says:

    My hubby is going to the Super Bowl this weekend and I could use this to buy snacks for my girls and I to watch the game at home ..

  • Jess says:

    I would spend the gift card on home essentials, like toilet paper, toothpaste, shampoo. That might be boring but I’d feel so good knowing we had a small stockpile of everyday items.

  • Terra Fagan says:

    I’m a single mom of 3 kids not working right now and I’m on disability and food stamps . Since the government shut down we got our February food stamps early but I only got $100 dollers for the whole month . This would really really help my family good luck everyone you are all amazing ❤️

  • Jenifer Haney says:

    I would use it to stock up on bath products for our 4 kids. Oldest 2 use a lot of products, especially the makeup obsessed daughter. #lovetowin

  • Jaclyn says:

    Valentines for my kids and family!

  • katie says:

    We are a military family and we’re moving here in a few months so I would use it to replace all my cleaning products, batteries and liquid medicine that the movers won’t pack.

  • Lynn says:

    Children’s Medicine and Vitamins!! Diapers for the baby! School Valentine’s for older boys and if any left some new foundation for me!

  • Sarah H says:

    We’re 2 hands-on parents of kids with complex needs. When one of us needs a break we go to Rite-Aid because it’s the closest store but has everything. So it would be our break card. ❤️

  • Amy says:

    Prescriptions & Valentines!

  • Nicole says:

    I’d take my 13-year-old daughter on a shopping spree for fun makeup and skin care, nail polish, snacks, candy and chocolate, pens and pencils (she’s a visual arts major at her middle school, and I am a writer!), and whatever else strikes our fancy!

  • M-C Dalzell says:

    I volunteer at the local VA hospital in Bedford MA. I can purchase more personal care items for the Vets that live in the hospital. Thank you for your kind offer. Good luck everyone.

  • Stephanie says:

    What a nice gesture! If I win, I would spend it on the “non-fun” stuff needed, like toiletries and house supplies, so I can have the extra funds from my grocery budget to get some fun stuff- like my nails getting done!

  • Jessica says:

    For items for the house

  • Patricia A Hooks says:

    I would use the gift card to buy Paper towels, Tide Pods, toilet paper, and food items for a family of 5, that could use it. The father & mother have health issues. I try to give them as much help as possible.

  • Koree Fugate says:

    I would buy Lysol wipes for my classroom! The flu is going around my school ?

  • April Lewis says:

    I would use it to pay for my son’s asthma prescriptions for 2 months.

  • Dawn Brown says:

    Wow ! Makes Me Wanna Clean Out My Purse Now ??❄️

  • Erin Winter says:

    I would purchase valentines items for my
    Family and diapers for the upcoming new arrival of our baby girl

  • Karen Palmer says:

    I would spend it on food for my children

  • Britney says:

    I would buy Valentine treats for my 2nd grade class!

  • Debbie K. says:

    I would purchase some over the counter meds like Rite aids Zyrtec, probiotics and zinc. And then maybe some household stuff to make my budget go farther. Thank you for the chance to win the gc. Very kind.

  • Chris says:

    I would use it to get Valentine’s Day goodies for my class

  • Danielle says:

    Honestly probably some makeup. I haven’t really been able to buy any in a long time. Plus probably get valentines for the kids ?

  • Jenni says:

    I would use the card for some of our prescritions because we use their pharmacy. Then I would by myself some make up because my make up bag feel in the toilet recently. ?

  • Laura says:

    I’d get back into the drug store game after a too-long hiatus!

  • Terentia says:

    I would love to win that Rite Aid gift card. I would purchase some paper products. I would purchase some school supplies that my son need for school. I would buy personnel care items such as deodorant shampoos and lotion and laundry products. We can always use these items. Thanks for sharing?

  • Bonnie Henry says:

    I would give it to my daughter who has two small children and is separated from her husband. It has been a tough few months for her.

  • Rhonda Johnson says:

    I would purchase items we use regularly when they are on sale so the card goes further. Items like toilet paper, neosporin, face wash, moisturizers, etc.

  • Anna says:

    I buy most of my cosmetics there, so that’s what I’d use it for.

  • Jennifer Sterba says:

    I would give the gift card to my father who is 82 years old. He retired from pastoring after 50 years and now lives on a limited income. Would love to surprise him with this!

  • Jody Morris says:

    I would see what sales they had for week and get more for my money. Need to stock up on shampoo, conditioner and laundry soap.

  • Sarah says:

    I would purchase our prescriptions!

  • Lisa says:

    I have three daughters so this would be put to good use for personal toiletry products and make-up! I enjoy watching your social media updates!!

  • Carrie says:

    Thanks so much for all you do! So many possibilities! With 2 young kids it seems we’re always needing to get cold/cough medicine and snacks.

  • Rachel Castle says:

    What a nice thing you are doing!!! I would buy so many household items!!!! It would be like a shopping spree!!! ? Thank You so much!

  • Hannah says:

    I would stock up on vitamins and meds to help build my immune system. I just went through chemo, so being able to get vitamins with this when I’m lower on money would be a huge help.
    I love following your Instagram!

  • Lauren L Henry says:

    I’d probably buy all my bathroom products for the year and some makeup 🙂

  • Kim says:

    Love your posts! I would stock up on things for our house!

  • Tina Kabler says:

    I am a single mom so I would buy my son some things for Valentines Day and use the rest for grocery items. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Kfern says:

    I would give it to my parents.

  • Tonya says:

    I have been organizing lately, too (probably thanks to your mention of tackling small pieces at a time). I always drag my husband to show him when he gets home, it’s not just you ?

  • Sara M says:

    Hi! I would spend on items for my daughters first year in college.

  • Holly says:

    I’d pair it with weekly sales + coupons and make it go as far as I possibly can! Would be so fun to win! ??

  • Meggers says:

    I would use it for my weekly clearance shopping at rite aid and purchase makeup for my daughters dance recital.
    I love rite aids unadvertised clearance items. Each and every Monday I visit my local store and go up and down each aisle looking for mark downs.

  • Carmen says:

    I would gift my son and daughter in law as well as my daughter and son in law with diapers, formula, baby wipes and other baby essentials for their new additions to our family unit. ?

  • Angie says:

    What a great giveaway! I use Rite Aid all the time. They have great sales and it sometimes saves me a trip to Costco for soap, body wash, toothpaste, etc.

  • Terri L Remer says:

    I would donate the card to the local womens/childrens shelter.

  • Lynn says:

    I’d spend it on some razors for my hubby and young adult daughter. They swear that I never buy them razors (I do) but they go through them SO quick, I guess they can’t remember lol. I do take all their “ready to be thrown-away” razors and sterilize them so that I can use them. I get at least a month of use from their throwaways. Here’s a great tip for everyone: DRY THEM after each use. They last SOOOOO MUCH LONGER!

  • Lee Ann Daniel says:

    Diapers!! and maybe some Valentine’s Day goodies!?

  • Mayte Gamoneda says:

    I would use it to buy boost shakes for my boys and also Valentines gifts for them and my husband. Thanks

  • Teresa McQuate says:

    I would probably print pictures for our daughters upcoming graduation ( senior boards for sports and party) and some medicine cabinet supplies to restock since the flu hit us hard this season.

  • Kathleen says:

    I would use it to buy essential items we need. Valentines is right around the corner, it would be perfect for a little something extra nice for a dinner.

  • Melissa says:

    I’d Give it to my niece, a single mom who is going through a rough patch right now. Money is super tight for her & her little one.

  • Dawn Denise says:

    I would buy some Household Items Rite Aid Always Has Such Neat Things & Then Some Diapers & Pullups For Our County Pregnancy Life Center

  • Heather Hottle says:

    I would love to use it to get things stocked up in my home before I have to have hip replacement surgery. Between that and chemo I have to make sure my house is in order. ?

  • Patricia says:

    Honestly, I would use it for everyday things, shappoo, laundry detergent, plastic sandwhich bags, you know the stuff you forgot at the store and your just a few blocks from home and don’t want to turn around and go back to the store. Rite Aide to the rescue! Sort of like a emergency card or even a hey we’re going on a little road trip and we need snacks. Basically I would use it on well…EVERYTHING ??

  • Chris says:

    I would use it to buy Valentine’s Day goodies for my class.

  • Heather says:

    I would stock up my bathroom supplies! And maybe a couple fun treats for me and my son!

  • Katelyn says:

    Diapers for my sweet baby!

  • Kristin Markillie says:

    Pullups! Almost done with diaper’s ?

  • It would be Awesome win!! I could use it toward my families monthly medicine. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • Emily Moye says:

    Valentines treats for my own kids and my kids at school! Also, we could definitely use it to stock up on OTC medicine!

  • Mireille says:

    would get my mom in law a bathtub seat/chair. She broke her leg a few months back and is still rehabilitating.

  • Kim Anderson says:

    I’d use it on essentials, toilet paper, paper towels, trash bags!!

  • Heather Ellis says:

    Would share this with my daughter who’s a recent college grad and just starting out on her own with a tight budget!

  • Jenny says:

    Vitamins and first aid supplies ?

  • Dorothy clement says:

    I would use it to buy a bunch of happy items to make baskets for the awesome people in my life who pull me up when I am down.

  • Melissa says:

    My husband has psoriatic arthritis and Aquaphor seems to help with his skin problems, so I would stock up on that product for him. I would also stock up on allergy medicine. So expensive!! Thank you for your generosity!

  • Crystal says:

    I would use the gift card to stock up on vitamins and children’s medicine.

  • Tracy says:

    Hi Crystal! I would love to partner this with coupons and use it on sale items to keep within my budget like you are teaching us to!

  • Jasmin says:

    Medications ( my daughter has allergies), school supplies, feminine products ( TMI?!?), nail polish ( I LOVE Opi brand????), items for Operation Christmas Child that are clearanced or on sale!

  • Emily says:

    I would use it to buy some vitamins for my kids along with probiotics. Also I would buy their valentines essentials!❤️

  • Jennifer Readling says:

    I would use it to buy my foster grandkids some treats and also to supply the community sharing box with items to help those in need.

  • Robin says:

    I would shop sales for laundry detergent/dish detergent/soap/toiletries to mark that off my budget for as far as I could see with our large family. With another one headed to college, I’m crossing off as much as I can from monthly expenses. Thank you!

  • Sydney says:

    Diapers and over the counter meds to replace any expiring that I’ll probably find when I clean out ours!

  • Betty says:

    I really don’t need it, so probably would give it to my church for nursery supplies or items for kids ministry.

  • Susan says:

    I’ll give this a shot. After several surgery’s and having to go on permanent disability My work ability is limited than 4 days after I come home from my second back surgery my dad had a stroke and eventually I had to but my father in a nursing home. This card would certainly help with just every day essentials.

  • Connie says:

    Thank you for the chance! I would buy some natural beauty products and some Valentine’s Day goodies for my Valentines. ?

  • Lucy says:

    I would buy some baby supplies, some make-up and some treats for the rest of the family.

  • Courtney Leggett says:

    Wow, how nice of you!! I would use it for couponing household essentials and/or printer ink! I’ve returned to finish grad school and holy moly am I going through ink ?? as if the courses weren’t expensive enough!

  • Jenni S says:

    I would have a bit of fun with new beauty items, then I would hit any clearance deals. Then next would be gift items to hold back and use as needed.
    Thank you for all that you do for us ??

  • Jenny thomas says:

    This is awesome! I would stock pile tp and pt bc those are so hard to keep stockedi my house of 6. Good luck to everyone.

  • Chris says:

    I would give it to my girlfriend! She lost her job & her husband is the only one working right now. They could use it.

  • Nancy P says:

    Our community just started providing monthly personal hygiene bags with shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, etc. to needy students. I’d love to get them off to a good start. ?

  • Brenda Rider says:

    I would use it to stock up on toliet paper,tissues,toothpaste, etc. Thank you for the chance to win

  • Nicole says:

    I would use for extra school supplies for my kids school and maybe some new makeup for me Haha!

  • Maiju says:

    I’d probably find things to buy for my preschool classroom, bandaids, tape, snacks for the kids & chocolate for my sanity. Also a few cold remedies for my own sick kids at home.

  • Melissa Dembinski says:

    I seriously believe I’d donate it to the lical shelter right now. Our area was hit with that massive cold crap and I know how I’ve been sniffly and miserable I can just imagine how someone is feeling having to deal with thus weather constantly. Saddens me to no end. But I really think they could use it for medicines n such rn.

  • Ashley says:

    I would stock up on vitamins for our family, band aids, and toiletries. These are things that tend to get expensive.

  • Angie says:

    I would spend it on makeup and hair supplies. ???‍♀️??

  • Nikki spier says:

    Thank you so much. I would use it for summer months when I’m not working and need items for our household.

  • Sara says:

    I think it’s quite amazing that you would give away the card even though you could have possibly bought items online. You are generous?. I’d probably give it to either my mom or sister. I’m not able to give or help them much and think this would be a super sweet gift ?

  • Becky Bessey says:

    I would use the card to get my family throw Feb since My Husband lost his job that he had for 10 yr. He has been out looking for other job everyday. So now we are trying to support our family of 3 on my SSI income for Feb. until My husbands can find a job even if it is delivering Pizza or flipping hamburgers. I have been checking out the great deal you have been talking about to save us some money.

  • Nelliede Laurier says:

    100+ that is like Christmas…. I would of course consult the current ad and deals….. I would buy some toiletry essentials for the family and some essentials to donate to the new shelter that opened in our town yesterday.

  • Kate says:

    I would spend it on diapers!

  • Emily says:

    I would use it to stock up on toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss and other bathroom essentials I always seem to run out of. I also need to get new toilet brushes and AA batteries;) I just wrote those on my list today!
    Thank you!

  • Lori Haapala says:

    I’m a school nurse and I would use it to buy personal hygiene items for so many of my middle school kids. I have so many that can’t even afford feminine hygiene products, but of course, they do get expensive. I buy everything they need, but it would be nice to have an extra $100 for it. Thanks for the chance.

  • Michelle Williams says:

    My 5 year old daughter and I would use it to buy items to make necessity kits for the homeless in our area.

    Also, thank you for your encouraging posts!!

  • Lori says:

    Hmmm… allergy meds, makeup, chocolate, and some fun treats for the family.

  • Kerry Litten says:

    I am a mom to 3 kids under 6, one that is disabled. This would really help with diapers, wipes, and medications my kids need.

  • Rose Lorenzen says:

    I would use it my hubbies meds and some personal items for me…that I use lots of! And buy a few things to donate to a family in need in our church. (Our Pastor and family are from Papua NG and always need stuff for their family!)

  • Kelly says:

    I will send it to my daughter at college. Good luck!

  • Heather Way says:

    I would stock up on paper products, laundry detergent, and vitamins

  • Theresa De Boer says:

    I’d buy vitamins, toiletries for the kiddies and stock up on some wellness items!

  • Dolly says:

    I would spend it on toiletries and OTC mess. I am not working right now and it would come in very handy. Thanks so much for the chance!

  • Adrianna says:

    I would buy baby items. Am currently pregnant with baby number 4. I haven’t been pregnant in over 8 years. This is my rainbow baby ??❤️❤️

  • Nancy Guyotte says:

    I would give it to my daughter. She has four children, two in diapers, and she needs to be on would be a great blessing for her!

  • Judi says:

    I would use it for prescriptions and household essentials.

  • Elisabeth chapman says:

    This may sound awful but I’d be selfish and spend on myself. I’m a mo of 5. Ages 31-14 and for 30 years my kids habe cone first. I recently quit my job because it was so STRESSFUL ! My husband has been working extra to make up for it. Anyway, I went to doctor today I am dealing with anxiety depression and such. So….. ugh…

  • karen b says:

    I also don’t have one close but would go if I won! And that being the case would use it all at once with things we could use.

  • Melissa says:

    I would take my middle son for his rewards when having a good week at school. He is in a special classroom for students with behavioral issues. It has been a very hard year for him and our family. He was just diagnosed with autism last week and now we have answers!! Looking forward to changing his routines and school to better fit him.

  • Heather Freeman says:

    Oh goodness. Love cleaning out my purse! It becomes a catch-all especially with 4 kids! I would probably spend the rite aid gift card on diaper! Or try to snag some good deals on makeup or vitamins! ❤️ Love following you and your generous heart!

  • Sandra Libby says:

    Thanks for doing this giveaway and blessing someone else!!! We have a Rite Aid right down the street! ?I would buy vitamins for the kiddos first because it’s winter in New England! I was there the other day and was reminded how I love to do my nails but never have good quality polish and accessories.

  • Melissa Holliday says:

    I’d spend it on medicine, vitamins, and other healthcare items.

  • Lisa says:

    This would come in so helpful. I would purchase items for my 1st grandbaby coming in April.

  • Samantha says:

    I would use it to coupon with! I don’t stop at Rite Aid often but always see awesome couponing deals advertised so I’d love to give it a try!

  • joan says:

    I would use it for toliet paper , paper towels , cleaning products .

  • Sandra Gonzales says:

    Oooh! $100 would be perfect for school supplies and toilet paper!!

  • Shelly says:

    I would spend it on Balentine’s gifts for my whole family?

  • Diane says:

    I would give it to my mom to help pay her prescriptions since she on a limited budget.

  • Kim Cowsill says:

    We don’t have Rite Aid in Wichita, but if they have an online store I would spend it on TP, pads, cleaners, and soap. What a generous thing for you to do with your find!

  • Karen says:

    Your post motivated me to organize my bathroom counter!!! A bonus would be $109 gift card that I would use for necessities…this would really help with some financial struggles right now ?

  • Rachael Comstock says:

    Hi there! Thanks for the opportunity! I would buy my kids Valentines gifts, stock up on general meds (ibuprofen, pepto, etc) and school supplies for my sons Kindergarten class ?

  • Lea Babcock says:

    Are you kidding, my daughter just gave birth to twins on Thanksgiving Day and she also has 2 more children under the age of 4. Yes, that is 4 under 4.

    Plus my daughter-in-law just gave birth to their second child yesterday, 1/30/19. They have 2 under 2 years now.

    So with all these grandchildren, there is always a need at a Rite Aid store. Children’s Tylenol, baby wipes, diapers, children’s cold/cough meds, baby wipes, diapers, teething gel, baby wipes, diapers, diaper rash cream, baby wipes, diapers . . . I could go on, but I think you get what I am saying. 🙂

  • Angela says:

    I would max the 100 and buy the best deals on the things I use in my house. Combine with coupons and sale prices. Thanks

  • Brenda says:

    If I were to be selected for this gift card I would use it to make my grandchildren happy. After retiring in June we are the grandparents responsible for getting the grandkids up, dressed, fed and out the door to school and home after. During February Vacation we will be taking them to an indoor water park for two nights and I would use this gift card to purchase food items to take with us. The food at these places is so overpriced and this would help with expenses. Thank you.

  • Beth says:

    Hey there, Looks great! I would gratefully use some of the money on the gift card to help pay for my monthly prescriptions and part of the money to buy everyday necessities. Maybe some chocolate too because life is better with chocolate 🙂

  • Michele Rogers says:

    I would probably buy baby stuff for my new grandson and pregnant daughter. I really never go there either, although I do see some occasional great sounding deals.

  • Marianne Hardy says:

    I would use it to buy some makeup and shampoo for me and my daughter and probably food and cleaning supplies

  • Jackie says:

    I would use it to buy my kids’ allergy meds (those are expensive and all 3 kids need them!) and snacks for them as well.

  • Sheila says:

    I would use it to get some household items like laundry pretreater & detergent as well as some personal care items for my boys.
    I would also see what I could find for my older sons classroom. He is in a 15:1:1 (special ed) and they are always in need of extra supplies!!! Thanks, Crystal!!!

  • Becky says:

    I’d use it on those things you I just can’t seem to get away from buying, shampoo, tampons, toothbrushes etc. ?

  • Brandy Wilson says:

    I would love to win this to give it to my friend that does everything for her kids and grandkids.

  • Brittany says:

    I’d love to use the gift card to supplement groceries, prepare for Easter with goodies and baskets, and truthfully maybe buy some special makeup that I wouldn’t normally splurge on myself!

  • Derry says:

    I would use it to buy toiletry items and vitamins! Those things add up quickly and on a college student budget, I need to save where I can!!

  • Sarah says:

    I would spend it on groceries and everyday items! Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  • Kristi Henson says:

    I’d buy skin care items for my daughter’s eczema. And use the rest to save for stocking stuffers for next Christmas.

  • I would totally use it on ways to organize under my bathroom and kitchen sinks! Mine are so unorganized I’d be embarrassed to post pictures! I am an OCD person and I like to combine, organize, etc. I have done it a few times, but it still looks cluttered! I’m sure there are things I need to get rid of, but I just keep hanging on to them. If I had any leftover on the card, I’d reward myself to something special after I felt good about how it looks and being proud that I finally got it organized. ??

  • Jen says:

    I’d spend it on toothpaste, shampoo, medicine and maybe some treats for the kids. 🙂

  • Crystal says:

    I buy medicine & makeup/nail/hair care.

  • Heather Anderson says:

    I would go buy some things to help a beautiful friend of mine from Church heal from having her precious baby girl at 19 weeks a few days ago. She is from Africa and speaks French pretty much exclusively (which is actually her second language) so this has been even harder with a language barrier. I would love to get her some things to help her smile even if just for a moment.

  • Coleen Minton says:

    After surviving the Polar Vortex in Michigan, this week, I’m ready for summer. In need of some Vitamin D, a good book, and something delicious to drink. The sunscreen will have to wait for later. 😉

  • Lindsay posey says:

    Stock up on meds, vitamins, and toiletries!

    Maybe a new blow dryer 🙂

  • Gayle Kauffman says:

    I would use it to purchase vitamins and house hold supplies

  • Sarah says:

    Diabetes supplies! My husband switched jobs and we are without insurance right now. Even when we get it it’s basically catastrophic only. $10000 deductible. ☹️ Would come in handy!

  • Sherry Auwarter says:

    I would probably use it to fill my prescriptions quite a few times and pick up some much needed health, first aid and personal care products.

  • Ashley says:

    I’d honestly use it for the necessities. Lol.
    Right now, the kids keep passing a cold, so cold medicine and ibuprofen for them is a must haha and then other necessities in life such as meds for mom n dad and vitamins for us all and sanitizer, soaps, bath stuff. Those are my typical drugstore buys ?

  • Kirsi Hemphill says:

    I will give this gift card win to my parents in a card and it will surprise them and make their day! They use Rite Aid as their pharmacy, I believe and use their points and shop there too!

    Pick me! I will continue on that gift cards adventure to an amazing little couple that truly deserves it!

    Thanks for finding it and doing this giveaway!

  • Heather Kersey says:

    I’d spend it on stocking up with allergy medicine and first aid items to donate to our softball team.

  • Kelly says:

    I would buy supplies (coloring books, headphones, markers, stickers, sunscreen and snacks) for an upcoming trip to see my Grandmother in FL with my parents, sister, and my 4 year old daughter.

    If anything was leftover I would let my 4 year old pick a few items with the gift card. We are teaching her about money and how to save for items she really wants.

  • Stacy says:

    I would probably purchase supplies to donate to our foster love foundation locally for foster kids being placed.

  • Ruth firl says:

    I would totally use it for household necessities!!!!!

  • Leianne says:

    I would love to use this for baby products and cleaning supplies and possibly snacks for my family! Thanks so much for being so generous!

  • Sandra Garvin says:

    So kind of you! I would use it towards purchasing my diabetic meds/supplies. God Bless ?

  • Emily says:

    I would stock up on medicine, shampoo, hair essentials, deodorant, seasonal items and markdowns. Oh, and chocolate! 🙂

  • Michele Kulesa says:

    Hi! Our town preschool, which has been a huge part of our community for over 50 years, is holding a tricky tray to raise money for overall improvements to its facility as well as fund new programs for the students. I would use the gift card to purchase items that can be used in their prize baskets to help them raise more money. Such an awesome giveaway!! Thank you ?

  • Marilyn says:

    I don’t have a Rite-Aid near me but love to shop there when I visit my daughter. I’d take her with me and stock up on allergy medication for me and something fun for her.

  • KASie says:

    I would by diapers and something for myself!

  • Carissa Kerestes says:

    I would check for matchups to stretch out the money to get the most out of it. Spend on gifts for husband and kids for Valentine’s Day. Also help my daughter stock up what she needs while she’s in college. Thank you so much for being helpful to us.

  • tracy Hardy says:

    I would use it to stock up on medicines we use regularly.

  • Jennifer Robertson says:

    My husband gets his scripts filled at rite aid so we would use it for that . It would be an amazing help !

  • Maxine says:

    I would use it to buy allergy medicine which is very expensive

  • Candice says:

    Valentine and Easter treats !!

  • Jessica says:

    I would use it to get a first aid kit set up and any medical supplies (gloves, pulse ox monitor )is available also household cleaning supplies .

  • Laurie Plischke says:

    I would give this to my daughter, that just moved into her first home. I’m so proud of her and would live to give her the gift card, to splurge on some home essentials for her new place!

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  • Nancy Walker says:

    I would love to spend the gift card on over the counter medicines that my husband is on. Plus get a couple things for our grandson for Valentines Day. Love him so much. He keeps us young. Thanks for the chance.

  • Sarah says:

    I am a stay at home mom, money is always tight with little ones. I like to shop deals tho. So I would shop deals. And give buy some stuff for people that are less fortunate.

  • Linda says:

    Thanks for the chance. I would stock up on contact solution and vitamins and maybe sneak in a couple of Valentine treats.

  • Patricia says:

    Wow what a find!! I would use it to help pay for the many prescriptions my husband has. He has colon cancer. I love how real your posts are, makes you feel you aren’t alone. God bless…

  • Charlene T says:

    I have three daughters. They are in need of hair products, hair ties, hair bands and make up (my oldest has been raiding my make up bag)!

  • I would spend it slowly buying the sale items each week!

  • DebSeep says:

    Hum! Do I purchase household supplies and toiletries. Or…. pay for my copays on prescriptions…. Or, donate to the kids school….Or, by homeless stuff for the local shelter….geez so many choices. Give it up to the lord! He’ll tell me what to do with it.

  • Nicole says:

    I would love to win the gift card to buy items for and donate the items to a Pregnancy center for women and children in our town!! ♥️

  • Hilary says:

    Since I have 2 teenage daughters I would use it on shampoo/conditioner & makeup of course!

  • Beth says:

    I would but emegen-c, vitamins and tissues and Lysol. Trying to stay ahead of all the illness

  • Angela says:

    Going back to the States soon from India, for a year home assignment. I’d use it to buy necessities for our family of 7. TP and laundry detergent for the win?

  • Jen Krausz says:

    I would use it for prescriptions since our health insurance has a huge deductible and we end up paying cash for almost anything medical-related. Also for half price items after holidays, our Rite Aid has a great selection of those!

  • Charis says:

    Stocking up on home products! I’d love to win!

  • Sarah Ross says:

    I would use it on lotion and groceries ?

  • Lana says:

    A gift card to Rite Aid would be perfect for stocking up on allergy medicines, vitamins and everyday toiletry items. We are a family of 8 and it’s amazing how quickly we can use things up.❤️

  • Mercy Senger says:

    I’d spend the $100 Rite Aid gift card on whatever good things I found and need! In the past, on separate occasions, from Rite Aid I’ve gotten: Easter candy; a car cell phone charger; a blue shirt and blue socks (for school spirit day!); and personal products. I love Rite Aid!

  • Tiffany Cummins says:

    Oh, how sweet! I would stock up on some items we are low on & then do some shoebox shopping for our operation Christmas child packing party our church does! ?

  • Melisa M says:

    Great job organizing!!! You are such a great inspiration.
    If I get a rite gift card in the mail ….
    I would restock my emergency pantry from the hurricanes last yr. ???

  • Janet says:

    I would give it to my sister. She’s hit some tough times and is raising 3 boys on her own so I’d like to help her.

  • Jenna walker says:

    I’d stock up on some health and beauty products to take to a homeless shelter! This polar vortex has been ROUGH and I know they could use the extras!

  • Melisa Mayer says:

    Great job organizing!!! You are such a great inspiration.
    If I get a rite gift card in the mail ….
    I would restock my emergency pantry from the hurricanes last yr. ???

  • I take slot of supplements, most are required by my doctor to take because of meds I take, and issues I have. It gets very costly to buy these, every month, being on a limited income. I tend to buy the cheapest brands, and we know they don’t work as effectively. This would help cover the costs for at least a couple months worth. I’d also use it for beauty supplies, such as shampoo, toothpaste, etc and laundry needs. All which are also costly. Thank you for this great giveaway!

  • Wendy says:

    I would use it buy beauty and health necessities. With 4 females in this house we need a lot of “stuff” and this would definitely help!

  • Shannon says:

    I can’t imagine finding and unspent 100 dollar gift card in my purse!! Good find!
    I would spend half of the gift card on diapers and baby items to give to a local outreach my church partners with that helps needy families in Flint! Then I would use the rest for Emergen-c, elderberry syrup, cough drops and sore throat tea to help my family through this cold season.

  • Melody Chase says:

    I would probably buy household goods and cat food. We feed the neighborhood strays. Thanks for the chance.

  • Traci says:

    Pull ups

  • Tiffany Y. says:

    I would probably replace all of the old make up I have sitting around. I haven’t used it often enough recently, but I want to. I’m really wanting to try to look more put together on a regular basis. 🙂

  • Heather says:

    I would stock up on some things we need and also buy some things for the blessing baskets like toothpaste and deodorant.

  • Lauren says:

    Hi Crystal,
    I would use it to lower my grocery bill and stay on budget. Also, allergy meds for my daughter and other household items (like laundry detergent) are constant needs for us. Thanks!

  • Megan Reyes says:

    Oh my goodness–$100! I would buy it on pull-ups, medicine, and some ice cream! The Rite Aid in my neighborhood makes their own ice cream and it’s REALLY good! 🙂

  • Pam w says:

    To get plastic bins for refrigerator storage to keep it clean
    Thank you

  • Ashley says:

    I would use it for diapers and toiletries! Rite Aid is only a quick walk away and my baby and I love walking there and stopping at the park on the way home 🙂

  • Anna James says:

    This is such a fun giveaway! I would use the gift card for a date night with my husband. Imagine his surprise and the fun we would have spoiling each other with $50 each! Good luck to all!

  • Amy Brouwer says:

    I’d buy make up and feminine products for me and my two daughters, that stuff is expensive!

  • Pam says:

    I’d use it on small gifts to go in goody bags for homebound members of my church.

  • W. Strohecker says:

    We have a Rite Aid down the street but I usually shop CVS. I would love to try out the Rite Aid for organizing supplies now that I’ve seen your under the sink ?

  • Stacy says:

    I would stock up on baby items for my 9month old, his formula always cost so much. And any house hold items that are at a good price. They have great deals there sometimes.

  • Jessie says:

    Wow…I would use the gift card with some of the great coupon deals on everyday items we use and maybe some new nailpolish for me! Thank you for the opportunity to enter!

  • Laura says:

    I would buy diapers with it

  • Danielle Coggin says:

    Medicine and makeup

  • Diane Nakashima says:

    Baby essentials for my new great granddaughter as dad is recently discharged fromthe Army and struggling to handle everything.

  • Sarah Hindman says:

    I would totally spend this on makeup and vitamins!

  • wanda knip says:

    Thanks, this is very generous and thoughtful of you. I would use it to buy items for the boxes that I fill for Operation Christmas Child. I help shop for my churches packing party. I would buy school supplies, soap, deodorant, hair ties, and toys to begin with. Thanks again.

  • Sue D says:

    I would use it for vitamins, toiletries and paper goods.

  • Kalissa says:

    Such an awesome giveaway!! I would use it on diapers, formula, toilet paper! And save it for clearance, I love hunting their deals and getting into their coupon savings!

  • Monica Ridler says:

    A wet brush, new scrunchies, hair ties & flat iron. It’s time to replace some of our old!

  • Teresa says:

    I would stock up on toiletries and makeup!

  • Tiffany says:

    Cleaning supplies!

  • Rachel Bryant says:

    I would use it to stock up on couponing essentials for our kiddos, and to help bless the homeless ministry at our church!

  • Nicole says:

    I would use it to buy my school kiddos some fun snacks and cleaning supplies for myself.

  • Alissa says:

    I love Rite Aid! I would use the gift card to stock up on cleaning supplies and vitamins as we are running low on both! Love your blog and live videos. You are such an inspiration.

  • Brenda says:

    It kind of depends on what is on sale for food. I would also use some of it to buy diapers and wipes for my baby and toddler.

  • Courtney says:

    Each one of us in my family has monthly prescriptions, so the card would most definitely help with those & otc products for my child’s allergies & skin issues. Thank you for all of your awesome tips on saving money (I LOVE finding deals at Kroger) & being so generous!

  • Jenny Bilderback says:

    I am scheduled to be induced with my third daughter tomorrow! This gift card would come in handy for baby supplies like diapers and formula.

  • Catherine says:

    I would love to win this gift card. I have 3 “bonus” kids that live in another state from a previous relationship. I have been away from them for 4 yrs now, but send them gifts for every birthday and Christmas, I was unable to send anything this year for Christmas as money has been really tight. 🙁 if I won this I’d buy them something to make up for not sending them anything this year. Thank you for your consideration ?

  • Heidi K says:

    I think I’d use it for groceries. Maybe get some diapers for my baby coming in a few months.

  • Leah Ferrebee says:

    Wow!! You’re so generous!
    I’d use it for diapers for baby 4 who is due any day now!! ?

  • Brandon Blank says:

    I would use it for baby items! And to stock up on sale items with coupons!

  • Cheryl King says:

    I would give it to my daughter who is going to have my 1st grand baby in April. She can stock up on everything baby!

  • April Connell says:

    I would use it to buy supplies for my son’s classroom. His teacher sent out a supply request today. I’d also use it for valentine candy and gifts for my family.

  • Dale Schmucker says:

    I would buy meat and stock up on can goods for chili!!!

  • Amanda Burns says:

    OTC meds for the kids & probably start on some early Easter Basket stuffers!

  • Sara says:

    I’d love to use is it to restock our medicine cabinet on basics like pain reliever, sinus medicine, cough medicine, etc.

  • Michelle kilic says:

    100 at rite aid… Geeze well my daughter takes a lot of medicine for things and I try to give her as many alternative meds as possible so I would probably spend it all on vitamins and supplements to help her get through the day. they are supper expensive and I try to find deals where I can.

  • Shandra Johnson Valdovinos says:

    I would stick up on household essentials like laundry soap, zip lock bags, vitamins, and snack for the kids I nanny. My husband & I are both on SSA Disability and we don’t qualify for any extra help. I pay for all my medications & any Dr bills. We don’t even qualify for food stamps. To win would be a great blessing to us and take a little weight off our shoulders. Thank you in advance if I win. God Bless you!

  • Jessica says:

    Bathroom things!

  • Stephanie O’Pry says:

    I would just have to see what called my name that day!

  • Kathleen says:

    household staples =)

  • Deb says:

    I’d stock up on some cosmetics and pharmacy items.

  • Valerie Alburger says:

    Operation Christmas child!!! We find some great clearance at Rite Aid for the shoeboxes!!!!!

  • Ro says:

    I would use the gift card to buy food and other necessities. Maybe a few fun things too – chocolate or a candle! 🙂 In my first year of law school (fulltime) and not working until summer, so winning would be a blessing!

  • Monica Parr says:

    I would use half of the gift card to supplement our grocery budget and the other half I would use to purchase items for the mission in Owasso, OK. At the mission, we help people who are experiencing hardships by providing them with groceries, daily essentials (soap, shampoo, etc) clothing and more.

  • Renata says:

    Diapers, wipes, multi vitamins all essentials that we need for our special needs son.

  • Candace says:

    I used to work at Rite Aid in high school! I love their seasonal items and would use the gift card to purchase items throughout the next few seasons. We have a vacation/road trip coming up this summer, so it would be nice to stock up on things for that too!

  • Jennifer says:

    I would use on toiletry items and cleaning products & food items that are on sale!!

  • Karen Murphy says:

    I would use it for diapers and formula!!!

  • Shanna C says:

    Not even going to lie, I would get the Lint Lizard as seen on T.V. thing. But, I would use the 20% off coupon and take advantage of free shipping! I would also get some “college” supplies cause why not take the GRE and get my Masters (gasp!)?

  • Stephanie says:

    Awesome! I would stock up on over the counter medicines that my 3 kids need, bath stuff, toilet paper, and other household stuff! Thanks doo much for the chance to win! Love your IG stories!

  • Michelle says:

    I’d use it to buy baby diapers!!

  • Amy says:

    I would pass it along to the foster care ministry at my church! They could use it to buy supplies (diapers, toiletries, etc.) to give to foster families as they take in new kiddos. Thanks!

  • Tina says:

    I would stock up on diapers for my babe, get my older two kiddos a small gift and whatever left I would buy myself a little chocolate treat. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Renee says:

    I would use this for diapers!!! 2 in diapers at a time is pricey.

  • Jessica says:

    Necessities for my growing family! I am a stay at home mom with 3 little girls.

  • Carol says:

    I’m on disability so I definitely could get personal care items and also I have to take vitamins so it could really help me a lot especially since the weather has been hard on my finances. Thanks so much for considering me ! For also sharing the rest of the card! You are such a blessing!

  • Vicky C says:

    I sure could use this gift card, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, small gift to share the love and some beauty product to spoil myself that I’ve been dying to try.

  • Stephanie Filidoro says:

    I’d use it for groceries and vitamins, so we could take that budgeted money and put it towards our emergency fund that we’re trying to build!!

  • Carrie says:

    On anything my kids need!

  • Kristina says:

    I would probably get regular household things, maybe school supplies ecauee my kids seem to go through them very quickly, and or whatever just catches my eye !!!

  • Jennifer H. says:

    I would use it to help getnour daughter ready to go to college! I can’t believe how quickly the time has gone, she is making final decisions over the next few weeks.

  • Janessa D says:

    Homeschooling 3 littles, we would spend it on the numerous items they want/need for science experiments and art projects. And of course a bottle of Zarbees, because cold season is real!

  • Karen S. says:

    If they let you use it for prescriptions, I could use that up in a week (unfortunately).
    Otherwise, I’d use it for a new humidifier and some of my vitamins.
    What a fun find!

  • Jackie Brown says:

    Everyday essentials

  • Susie Perry says:

    Would love to splurge on some salon quality hairspray…just for mom and maybe some dove chocolate or a Diet Pepsi.

  • Laura says:

    Essential items

  • Tetris Lee says:

    Diapers for my granddaughter that is due in about 4 weeks.

  • Andrea Hoorman says:

    My 4 daughters and I would spend it on hair and skin care products and possibly some candy!! We love shopping sprees at our local Riteaid.

  • Kara Sjoblom-Bay says:

    I have a friend who has been out of work for more than a year and she can use any help she can get, so I would give it to her.

  • Summer DuPree says:

    I’d treat my kids to some craft supplies and snacks and we’d have a family date. We had a rough year last year financially, and even though we’re getting back on our feet, we still don’t have a lot of room for extras. It would be nice to say “yes” instead of “no” for once!

  • Misty says:

    Personal items, cleaning supplies.

  • Laurie says:

    I would stock up on some things for my daughter who just moved on her own for the first time and buy my 90 year old grandma some sugar free candy!

  • Jenn Smith says:

    Diapers, wipes, cough syrup, cough drops, and maybe some chocolate that my kids would love. ❤️

  • Joan says:

    I would use this on OTC meds that, unfortunately, I must regularly use. Thank you for offering this giveaway!

  • Amanda says:

    Maybe some fun makeup for me and my teenage daughter.

  • Cris Farrell says:

    vitamins and supplements

  • Ashleigh Hall says:

    I would spend it on snacks for my kids! And vitamins for me! 🙂

  • Lydia says:

    I would spend it on shampoo and conditioner (and let’s be honest, probably some dry shampoo).
    Plus vitamins for the family. We have been taking immune support this winter and fall, and we’ve seen a big difference!

  • Rosalind says:

    Nice giveaway! I would buy vitamins.

  • Amy says:

    Pick me! Would pick up some essentials.

  • Steph Gagne says:

    Don’t you just LOVE finding money?!?!

    I would use the gift card to buy baby necessities (or other necessities) for two friends that just had babies. Unless they had specific needs, and then I’d give them the gift card.

    I shop at Rite Aid for flyer deals, but I know a few people that need the extra money more than I do.

    Thanks for being so generous! I just love following you.

  • My husband and I have a lot of school debt so I would buy whatever food items I could get as well as household essentials. Thank you for offering this!

  • K M says:

    Stock up on sale items!

  • Mary Jacobowitz says:

    I would use it to buy back to school supplies to donate. My company does a big back to school charity drive.

  • Michele says:

    I would probably buy Valentine’s Day treats for my kids and save the rest for the summer when I am furloughed from my job and not paid for 10 weeks… to get a random treat, food item, or medicine during the really tight months.

  • Andrea Cook says:

    Sale/coupon items!

  • Rachel Barnes says:

    Okay but honestly what would I not buy?? 8 months pregnant and in the middle of an out of state move, so probably would spend it on things we haven’t been able to budget in lately like Ice Cream and chips. Would also stock up on prenatals and vitamins for the kids!

  • Karen says:

    Stock up on the only shampoo/condition that doesn’t make me sneeze. I’d wait for coupon deal.

  • Monica says:

    Essential items such as toothpaste, shampoo, body wash, feminine items, and tylenol/advil/cold medicines.

  • Angela Williamson says:

    I would use it on my girls ages 16 and 20. They get so tired of me being frugal but I hope I am teaching them to never pay full price for anything!!!!

  • Shannon S says:

    So nice of you!! I would love to use it and buy some snacks and books/puzzle books to keep us busy through the winter!

  • Monika Brown says:

    Since all of my children are sick: 3 year old has an ear infection, 9 year old has an upper respiratory infection and my 16 year old has strep throat, I would use it to purchase cleaning and disinfecting supplies, soup (gone through so much in a few days), another vaporizer, Pedialyte and Gatorade and cough drops.

  • Leah says:

    Ohhh… What would I spend this on? I’d probably spend it over weeks using all the weekly coupon match-ups. Then I’d admire the stash that I got such a good deal on 🙂

  • Pam Needham says:

    I would use half on Valentines for my kids and grandkids and the other half for Easter for them. ❤ ? ?❤

  • Heather Beckmann says:

    Some essentials & things to donate to a local school!

  • Karin Rhoads says:

    I would love this! Household essentials, snacks, & cards to name a few.

  • Hope says:

    I would use it on some Elderberry syrup and other natural products to treat this miserable cough and cold my family and I are enduring.

  • Hope says:

    I would use it on some Elderberry syrup and other natural products to treat this miserable cough and cold my family and I are enduring.

  • Kati says:

    Just regular everyday essentials and one fun makeup surprise for my daughter

  • Emily says:

    I think I would use it on everyday items and spoil my daughter’s with some new nail polish

  • Shayna says:

    Laundry detergent, paper towels and toilet paper! The basics! ?

  • Allison says:

    Lots of snacks!!!!

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  • Megan Skaggs says:

    I’d spend it in the garden section. Spring is coming!

  • Jewel Kitsos says:


  • Carol Shroyer says:

    Our church is collecting baby items for a local pregnancy center that extends life-giving pregnancy services to women in several counties in PA. What’s especially wonderful is that they help support women who have chosen life, despite an unintended pregnancy, through providing items they need for their babies. They show the love of the One who gives life and share the gospel. I would like to use the Rite Aid gift card to purchase formula, diapers, and other items to donate to the pregnancy center.

  • Rachelle Anderson says:

    I’d love to use it to buy prescriptions and sales!

  • Katie Alexik says:

    Probably vitamins and stock up on some essential items. Thanks for offering this!!!

  • Lisha Vines says:

    I would use it to buy personal care and toiletry items for Veterans at our local VA Community Living Center where I work. Some of the Veterans don’t have family that visit and some have no family left or they live far away. Usually the only time the Vets get these type of items is at Christmastime. Thank you!

  • Dawn says:

    Vitamins and household items.

  • Sherronna says:

    RiteAid is right down the street and I never go! I would get detergent and a few home items that I am low on. And then I would get whatever is on sale that is food that will last awhile! With 5 kids my grocery budget is high?

  • Amy W. says:

    Our high school has a food pantry and personal hygiene supply that I would restock.
    Thank you for blessing others with your discovery!

  • Nancy says:

    I would use it for some valentines goodies for my girls and items needed for my home.

  • Laney Fleming says:

    Help with baby essentials as we are expecting are second baby very soon!!

  • Sheryl says:

    My father in law came to live with us 6 months ago. I would use it for him.

  • Joni Hall says:

    I would use it on maxi pads and tampons most likely. That is what I usually end up buying there.

  • Heather Murnan says:

    I would spend it on something for my face/neck-maybe a mask? Or exfoliator? OR I may just walk around and see what tickles my fancy 🙂

  • Sandra Booher says:

    I would use it to stock up on laundry detergent, and paper products!

  • Maria says:

    I would use it for my family to provide for their needs whether it be food, vitamins, personal items, etc. Thank you so much for this opportunity to win this card!

  • Jennifer L says:

    Every day essential items!?

  • Emily says:

    Diapers for my 1 year old and vitamins for my older kids!

  • mami2jcn says:

    How generous! I’ve been diagnosed with some digestive issues and an ulcer, so I’ve been eating very little and haven’t been getting proper nutrients. I would use the gift card to buy vitamins! Thank you.

  • Karen E. says:

    I would spend it on necessities that we usually buy at Wal-Mart.

  • Katrina says:

    I’d ask my church who they know is down on their luck to gift it to. Maybe a single mom.

  • Paula says:

    I would buy baby necessities for my daughter who’s pregnant

  • Julie McLendon says:

    Lots of fun stuff! Hair products I would love to try, makeup, shower gel, stock up on meds too!

  • Elisabeth says:

    What a find! Maybe I should go dig through my purse. Lol. I don’t normally shop at rite aid, so I would start by looking at there flyer to see what we could use this week/month.

  • Carly Stuart says:

    Makeup!! I need some new things. ?

  • Emily says:

    Diapers and wipes! I am having our second baby on March 1st so I need to stock up as much as I can! Ha.

  • Cf says:

    I would spend it on essentials for guests to feel at home while visiting.

  • Katie says:

    I would buy paper products and toiletries!

  • Amber J says:

    I love this post and can’t wait to go check out the link “Organize in 5 Diary”!

    We have a Rite Aid near us and if I had the gift card I would probably look for sales, use my coupons and stock up on some essentials. I would also look in the general merchandise section and see what they had for any upcoming kids birthdays or even end of the year teacher gifts. I love their seasonal sections sometimes and oftentimes find sales that are too good to pass up.

    Thanks for the post and the chance to win! Goos luck to everybody. Now to go clean something ?

  • Michelle says:

    Probably diapers, nuts, organizing baskets, art supplies. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Kelcie says:

    I would spend it on vitamins, make up, and probably essentials like toilet paper and laundry detergent

  • Bernadette LaMore says:

    Use it to stock up before the next winter storm.

  • Erikka says:

    I would stock up on household needs, a few of my favorite things that I never buy myself, diapers and a new cat bed for my fur baby. I am a single mom of 2 so this will be much appreciated.

  • Kendra Brown says:

    I have 4 boys. They smell like McDonald’s moved onions. I would spend it on copious amounts of deodorant.

  • Taylor smith says:

    Great article! I would use the gift card to purchase necessities because our budget is really tight right now.

  • Shawn says:

    School supplies! I am a special education teacher and my kids are way more excited to complete their schoolwork when they have cool school supplies like mechanical pencils, highlighters, scented writing tools, and fun shaped erasers. Some kiddos frequently don’t even have the most basic school supplies so that would help with that as well.

  • Melissa says:

    Stock up on bathroom goodies!

  • Jodi January says:

    Hmm honestly being newly self-insured (just turned 26?) I would probably spend it on prescriptions, obviously not all at once lol. & maybe a curling wand, mine broke!

  • Kaiti Hicks says:

    Wow-so nice!! I would spend it on diapers and put it toward the cost of my insulin prescription.

  • KEB says:

    I would use it to purchase hair products for our family that are typically out of our price range. I would also use it to purchase some prescriptions.

  • Sarah Clews says:

    I’d stock up on cold and flu supplies! And get some makeup too

  • LD says:

    I would let my girls buy some makeup they’ve had their eyes on…and buy some fun things to go into our local high school’s personal care pantry too!
    Thanks for all you do, Crystal, I really learn so much from you!

  • Jennifer says:

    With 5 boys I would buy a lot of deodorant and laundry detergent!!!

  • Elizabeth Sorensen says:

    I would use the gift card to help me pay for my diabetes medicine. Please pick me.

  • Cheryl says:

    Thank you so much for your generosity! If I received this gift card, I would gratefully stock my pantry, and use a little to treat myself to some much-needed pampering goodies (face masks, tea, makeup, etc.) plus something nice for hubby, too! Thanks again!

  • Amy P says:

    Oh, so fun!! ? I would use it for all the household essentials plus some snacks for my boys!

  • Kerstin says:

    I would spend it on haircare and skincare products.

  • Jodi says:

    Our church is in a strip mall right next door to a Rite Aide. I’d probably buy some essentials (and maybe some snacks ?) for our family and then maybe some items for our local Bite-2-Go program (it provides food for school kids on the weekends/summer).

  • Justina says:

    Thank you for your generosity! Expecting my first child in one week, would buy any baby and postpartum necessities with the gift card 🙂

  • Venus Morrison says:

    I would buy all of the essentials for my college age daughter who works full time and goes to school. All of the needed essentials and some fun things too!!

  • Vi Ragland says:

    I would spend it on some all-natural and organic body care. Also, with Valentine’s Day approaching, I would get some chocolates: something decadent like Lindt truffles or Ferrero Rochet – I would get them for my two very special Valentines: my husband and son. Thank you, Crystal, for this wonderful giveaway.

  • Mary Ann Rimmer says:

    Whatever we need since I’m having a baby late March. It’s my fifth and I’m finally having a baby girl!!!!

  • MICHELE K says:

    Replenishing all the necessaries for the medical cabinet & then some fun beauty products for my girls & I.

  • Samantha says:

    I’m thinking household necessities 🙂 – TP and Hair products are already on my list.

  • Dawn Sarringhausen says:

    I’d spend it on helping my daughters buy necessities. They both have kids and always need soap, shampoo, etc. I’d also buy items to help a local charity called Strength and Dignity. They provide pads, tampons, soaps etc for women in need.

  • Megan Leslie says:

    I would buy some health supplements for myself.

  • Jen D says:

    I would totally buy pull-ups for my two kiddos. I hate paying for them!!

  • DeAnn says:

    I would buy shampoo and the nice face cream!!! And probably some hair ties because we never have enough of those. And maybe some lip gloss…. I love Rite Aid!

  • Shaunta says:

    I live 3 minutes from a Rite Aid. I would use it to buy hair supplies for myself and my 3 girls.

  • Danielle says:

    Diapers, laundry items, vitamins and maybe a little make up

  • Sarah Jones says:

    Makeup ?

  • Robin says:

    Great find! It’s so nice of you to do a giveaway! I would use it for essentials for my family (and maybe some new nail polish or makeup for me). ?

  • Rebekah B. says:

    How nice! My daughters and I would put it to good use on beauty essentials (shampoo, make-up, lotion, etc.). Thank you.

  • Sarah Rasmussen says:

    Lame sauce, I know, but I’d buy diapers.

    We found out on Thursday that my baby will need surgery when she is born and I got put on immediate bed rest at 32 weeks, so I have NO baby gear, oops! I’d like to just send my hubby down the road for the newborn diapers and wipes we’ll need when Baby does get here. 😉

  • Mandy says:

    I would use the gift card to pay for my month prescriptions.

  • Cheryl N says:

    I’d spend it on vitamins because I hate paying for them. Then I’d put together fun care package for my college kiddos and mail them out!

  • Kris Bicking says:

    I would buy baby items for my son and daughter in-law who are expecting twins in a few weeks. My son recently became disabled and is unable to work and my daughter in-law has been on bed rest for months. With no income they haven’t been able to buy any baby supplies. As a Mom it’s hard to watch what their going thru and not be able to help them financially.

  • Renee says:

    Probably a stockpile of toilet paper , laundry soap etc. things we go through so quickly. IF they sold McDonald’s gift cards I’d see if they’d let me use that to turn around and purchase those. I’ve been buying them for the homeless shelter for those people to go in out of cold and get warm and eat

  • Monyouette Campbell says:

    I love finding money when im cleaning up its the best lol your to kind lol…its a rite aid close to me to I’ll probably get some makeup and whatever else they have on sale ??

  • Des says:

    I would give it to my husband’s coworker who is about 40 and loves with his elderly parents in a small apartment. I just found out he only has about $30 to his name after bills, and he seems to not eat very well, and I know he is already worrying about buying an AC for the summer. And he works 48 hours a week, hard manual labor! That is all I know about him, but that is who I would give it to (I think I would just have dh casually ask if he wanted it, saying we got it for free but never go to rite aid, which is true.

    Thanks for the chance, this would be pretty cool.

  • Julie Z says:

    We have a new Rite Aid that opened close by to where I live. I would take my daughter and son and let them have alittle shopping spree, because they are great kids who work hard in all that they do and make me proud. I would also have them pick out some items to donate to our local food pantry where my daughter volunteers.

  • Deena Wertz says:

    I would use it to purchase makeup,toiletries, and prescriptions.

  • Meagan says:

    I would spend it to start our stockpile for baby #3 coming in a few months! And of course I would let my girls each pick something special for their hair because we LOVE headbands and bows over here!

  • Janell F says:

    This would be such a blessing. I’d spend it to stock up on meds my medically complex child needs daily. Money is tight since I’ve had to stop working to care for him recently. Thanks for offering this!!!

  • Kim says:

    I would buy goodies to give away. 🙂

  • Heidi Weible says:

    I would love to be able to buy some makeup for myself! My kids always need something so it’s hard to find money in the budget for myself.

  • Sarah Barber says:

    I would spend ithe gift card on necessities I hate to spend money on like batteries, fever reducers, cough drops and allergy medicine.

  • Barb says:

    I would give it to a friend who is a senior and whose subsidized apartment burned dow and has had to literally start over.

  • Megan says:

    We are adopting!!! Diapers and formula are expensive ??

  • Meghan Barnes says:

    I would buy all the household essentials!

  • Karen Bartholomew says:

    I would make the most of sales for any necessities and use a portion to pay for items for a charity. Did the same last year when I won a grocery store gift card.

  • Shivani says:

    Will use it on day to day necessity stuff which is always needed

  • Donna S says:

    I love it when you “find” money!
    I need to clean out my suitcase, er, purse too! Lol
    I would use the gc to buy a desperately needed flat iron and hair stuff and some makeup. Im squeezing the last bit out! 🙂

  • Heather says:

    Razors and makeup!

  • Lana says:

    Under your sink looks amazing now! I really need to clean mine out too!

    I would use the gift card for vitamins, toiletries, makeup, and some fun goodies for my family.

  • Lanie says:

    I keep hoping something like this will happen to me 🙂
    I would probably spend on whatever my teen *needs* this week – its an evolving list!

  • Lisa Baracskai says:

    I would use it to buy toiletries that our family needs on a monthly basis as well as supplements we take. I am trying to cut the grocery bill and this would really help that!

  • Kristy says:

    MASCARA!!!!! And, mascara for some friends, and mascara for you, and mascara for my daughter. Cough drops. Lip balm. Toilet paper – lots and lots of toilet paper.

  • Brianna says:

    What a find!!! Haha I’d probably spend it on the natural soaps and shampoos we love to use but that are a little pricier, and maybe some new make up for a treat to myself!

  • Victoria Taylor says:

    We have 4 little ones ages 5 and under so I would use this for diapers, hygiene items for them, and kids’ vitamins. Thanks for the generosity! ❤️

    • Helene says:

      I would love to give it to my daughter in college to help get thing like towels, pots, warm blanket and vitamins and iron.

  • Terese says:

    I would have a great time spitting this card 3 ways.
    My church is collecting supplies for local military families who have been affected by the government shut-down & didn’t get pay checks.
    I would buy some diapers for a friend who had triplets.
    Finally, I would use the last portion to buy some meds for my intestinal disease.
    Thank you! =)

  • Rebekah Arrington says:

    I would spend it on diabetic supplies for my dad who was just diagnosed with diabetes this week. It’s scary and my parents and I are so strapped for money right now, any help would be great. If any was left over, I would probably buy some hair color for my hair. I haven’t been able to cut or color my hair in almost a year. ❤️

  • Tracy says:

    Hi Crystal,
    If I won I would use it as an opportunity to buy my kids their snacks for school, and all of our basic houehold toiletries & cleaning supplies, as well as toilet paper ziplock bags baby wipes etc.
    BUT I am the type of person that feels even more compelled to make a dollar stretch when its given as a gift, so I would be checking out their sales and be trying to buy things on sale to make sure I got the most out of the gift card 🙂

  • Doris Ackley says:

    What a find! I never find anything like that in my purse! LOL I would spend it on vitamins for my 4 children. As a family on a single salary they are luxuries that I normally cannot buy. Thanks for the chance! Blessings to you & yours!

  • Danya Mailhot says:

    How nice of you! I would spend it on paper goods, soap, and shampoo!

  • Joanna says:

    We are planning a road trip up north so this would be great. We would use it on diapers, baby vitamins, and food.

  • Laura Cross says:

    We’ve all been sick so would use it to restock medicine, vitamins, juice and crackers!

  • Teresa Bridwell says:

    I would spend it on a girl’s fun outing with a wonderful woman I’ve been mentoring. She has 4 children under 8 and is only a few wks away from delivering baby #5. She lives in an economically challenged area and is always upbeat, ready to help others and has such a big heart. She deserves some fun with cosmetics, hair care and hopefully lots of giggles. It would be a very special treat for a really special woman. I know she would be so grateful!

  • Lynn Broesch says:

    My daughter is disabled and on a limited income. I would give the card to her.

  • Jana says:

    If probably spend it on diapers for my 9 month old baby girl and maybe some new makeup for me 🙂

  • Emily says:

    I’m sitting here reading your post and realized I should clean out my purse too! Toilet paper & Kleenex – cold and flu season here and we are burning through the paper products like crazy!

  • Cindy Maans says:

    With coupons, sales and Bonus Cash, I’d stretch that gift card as far as it could go. Diapers for the diaper ministry at church, Valentine treats for the grand kids, surprise treat for the hubby, something special for me out of the healthy foods section and a couple bottles of allergy medicine (it will, eventually, be Spring in Michigan-or so we hear).

  • Erica Mautner says:

    Snack food for my sons who are bottomless pits and “always so hungry”! Haha

  • Meg C says:

    Hi! I really like the idea of the organize in 5 diary!
    If I had a Rite Aid gift card, I would buy face moisturizer & tumeric supplements. Maybe some B complex vitamins, too.
    Oh, and because we have the best teachers this year, I would buy them some of their favorite treats like Take5 bars Dove choc. Promises.?

  • Carie says:

    I’d use the gift card for diapers!!

  • Stacy says:

    I would probably buy necessities like toiletries.

  • Kaylie says:

    I would buy diapers and wipes for our newborn and 2 year old. Maybe also get some curly girl hair products for myself since those are usually not in the budget. Thanks for the opportunity.

  • Pam J says:

    Wow! What a great surprise. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • Christina says:

    Well I do so much for everyone else I would use it on me to have a spa day with my daughter ,bubble baths ,make up you know just a little me time .

  • Jo says:

    Health and beauty essentials as we are on unpaid maternity leave and need to replenish!

  • Faith Yoder says:

    I’d probably use it to buy TP. ?

  • Pam Sweatt says:

    That is awesome! I would by hygiene products and toiletries for my family!

  • Courtney Wilson says:

    I have a friend who is struggling financially right now and I would love to gift this to her if I won!

  • Rachel says:

    We’re buying a house and saving every dollar, so this would come in handy for our everyday necessities! What a fun surprise to find!

  • Erica says:

    I would look for rite aid and manufacture coupons and see how I can get the most bang for my bucks!!

  • Kendra says:

    I would get diaper and wipes for my son and the rest would go to diapers and wipes for our local crisis pregnancy center!!

  • Alyssa says:

    Hair and makeup supplies, plus the necessities!

  • Melisss says:

    That’s very nice of you. I would buy lots of fun things for the kids. For myself I would like bath bombs, hair products. I would also use it to buy soap and body wash and paper products also.

  • Rachel says:

    I’d use it to help buy some breakfast food and other necessities (deordant, feminine products, gloves, school supplies), and print some REAL pictures for my students. They love the real prints!

  • Rebecca rodriguez says:

    I don’t have rite aid where I live so I’d regift it to a friend of mine who is a single mom. She can always use the help.

  • Kelly says:

    We love Rite Aid! I would use it to stock up on basic necessities and vitamins. What a great giveaway!!

  • Elena says:

    I would send it to my mother in law for her birthday so she could get some health essentials. Thanks for offering, very generous!

  • Nora says:

    I would buy household necessities and then some.

  • Amy DeFazio says:

    Wow, what a great idea! I would for sure have to buy diapers and formula. It’s expensive with 2 in diapers.

  • Lyndsaywithey says:

    I would probably use it to get some self love pampering items to use as give aways in our self love challenge group next month! Or maybe some travel size products to share with our local forgotten initiative

  • Angela says:

    Oh, that would be so great for when we get moved into our new house in 2 weeks. We’re moving from California to Eagle, idaho and I’m purging tons. Moving to a new state is so much work ?

  • Kelly says:

    This would be so great to win. I would buy pull ups for my daughter. Candy for the kids a little treat and soaps and shampoo

  • chrystal bachmann says:

    I would use it to buy my daughter’s acne medicine that is super outrageous expensive!

  • Amber says:

    I would buy wet brush hair brushes! I have 2 girls and my brushes disappear into thin air ? I would also use it for some coupon deals. We have one right down the road and I love it for the deals.

  • Tricia Young says:

    Right now I would use it for elderberry syrup because we are going through a lot of it in our house currently.

  • Tricia says:

    I’d use it for household items and Valentine’s gifts.

  • Jessica Deleeuwerk says:

    Well, I still have one child in pull ups overnight, so I’d buy several packs of those. The rest would be fun money!

  • Amanda says:

    This is so generous of you! I would spend it on toiletries, vitamins, haircare, and makeup.

  • Yigara says:

    Makeup!! I would buy makeup ?

  • Tina says:

    Wow! Awesome find and awesome giveaway! Would use to get some deals for our family of 7 and our church plant we help provide for!

  • Tina says:

    Probably household essentials items and things for the pantry.

  • Diana says:

    Honestly, I would probably use it for my fertility medicine, and essentials for our TTC journey.

  • Tonia says:

    I would use it on my boys’ monthly asthma/allergy medicine and vitamins. I would probably purchase my toiletries, too. 🙂 Thanks so much for all you do!

  • Emily says:

    I think I would stick up on vitamins and hair stuff—maybe some fun new makeup 🙂

  • Katie says:

    I would use it for soap, shampoo and cold medicines/vitamins and my son’s allergy medicine. Somehow we seem to get colds around the holidays every year when the budget is tight.

  • Kara Kroll says:

    I would get some vitamins and get stuff for Valentine’s Day for my kids classes. We have been struggling at school to get the stuff we need for classroom parties and this could go a long way!

  • Michele says:

    Valentines Day Gifts, bath & body stuff for the family.

  • Chelsea E. says:

    How sweet of you! I hope this starts a pay it forward chain to others. It is always fun getting a surprise gift 🙂 I would use it on items for fellowship at church and then diapers, wipes, and groceries for my family.

  • Terra says:

    We need food in the house the government shutdown effected my food stamps it sucks I’m a single disabaled mom of 3 kids and this gift card could really help us in many ways . There are so many deserving families out there that could benift from this good luck everyone

  • Jill Lemley says:

    I’m so practical, so it would be essentials for our family. We have teenagers and health and beauty items for them (and of course my husband and I) would be helpful! What a blessing it would be to eliminate those from our monthly budget for a few months!

  • Oh my, I am trying to get organized..
    Would love a gift card. Thank you for all you share.

    Thank you

  • Elaine Trott says:

    I’d spend it on learning supplies and treats for the Latino children I voluntarily tutor. Thank you!

  • Kristin says:

    I would use it for Valentine’s gifts for my kid’s teachers and my co-workers. Such a cool find!

  • Heather says:

    I would likely spend it on “normal” items like vitamins, makeup (because I hardly ever buy any) and a few things for the kids.

  • Joy jordan says:

    I’d stock up on vitamins and cold and flu meds to get us through the rest of winter!

  • Brandy Sikkens says:

    I would use it for diapers for our little guy!

  • Shelly says:

    What a great surprise!! You are so generous! I would use it to stock up on essentials, toilet paper (fun,huh) laundry soap, all the necessities!! Fingers crossed ? Thanks for all the great tips!!

  • Rebekah A says:

    At first as was like what would I spend it on? I can always think of things I need until I have a giftcard then it’s so hard to spend. Lol Well I am a homeschool mom to 5 and at first like us moms I go to the practical. What does my family need. But I am in need of some me stuff. I am taking online classes and I am 1 class away from bachelors degree. It’s been hard while keeping up with the kids. So to celebrate me finishing my degree I would buy me a few things to make celebrate. Some new makeup and facial care products. I would also get some new just mommy shampoo and hair things that smell so good. I would probably get some new pens because mine seem to disappear and lotion for my dry skin. Whew

  • Lori says:

    I buy whatever was on sale!! Maybe Valentine goodies for my second graders class party as well!

  • Alicia Whitten says:

    I’d get some necessities that we need and then lots of diapers for the resource room at the pregnancy clinic I volunteer at. We are currently out of newborn size so trying to stock those back up. What a wonderful giveaway for your followers! I’m inspired to tackle under my sinks tomorrow because I have also been putting that off way too long. I also want to mention that I love your podcasts. Keep up the great work!

  • Jennifer Barrett says:

    Towards helping my daughter with items for college. Teaching her to coupon as well.

  • Tiffany Mello says:

    I’ve had Perioral Dermatitis on my face for almost a year now! It’s been awful and embarrassing! The creams the doctor prescribed didn’t work, so I’ve tried everything under the sun from Apple cider vinegar, fluoride free toothpaste, sulphate free items, to now finally… jock itch cream. Sounds crazy right? I’ve used it for two weeks and it’s finally clearing up! I’d use the gift card to purchase all new sulphate/parabin free face wash, creams, etc to keep my Perioral Dermatitis from coming back!

  • Erin says:

    I would use it on medicine for my children, toiletries for my whole family, diapers, wipes etc. I care for a lot of little ones during the day, so it would certainly go to good use!

  • kel says:

    I wanna say I would use it to finally have a pamper basket for when I hide from the 3 males in my house ( bath soak, face masks, bubbles etc) however these things would be in my cart as I mosey around thinking. Lets be real I would end up putting it back cause the Mom side takes over and guilty to spend it on yourself soooo end up buying things for the boys.

  • Rachel says:

    Definitely vitamins and toiletries! Love that you found that fun surprise while organizing – and it’s so generous of you to share it with a commenter! 🙂

  • Paige says:

    I’d spend it on spa treatments for me and my girls!!

  • Farah says:

    I’d use it to buy my mothers diabetic tester and strips, that not covered by her insurance any more. Thank you!

  • Cassandre says:

    Hi Crystal! Thank you for sharing your “treasure”, lol. It’s always fun cleaning out my purse/diaper bag too! If I were to win, I’d use the card to stock up on items that we need in our home and beauty supplies for me!

  • Melody Carman says:

    I would spend it on vitamins for the family, medicine and gifts for family.

  • Elizabeth says:

    Valentines for my kids & necessities for everyday.

  • Leah says:

    I have 4 kids so I would use it on needed thibgs around the house and also toward stuff to save for the operation Christmas child boxes my church is collecting things for!

  • Sherry Lewis says:

    I would probably use it on winter supplements to keep us healthy!

  • Becky Davis says:

    Vitamins, cold and flu meds, make up, gluten free snacks they sell there that I don’t buy much, bath and body products

  • Brenda Calderhead says:

    I am a homeschool mom who does overseas mission work and campus ministry part-time. I would use the card to purchase some necessities, then use the money I didn’t pull from my monthly budget to put that amount in my mission fund to save up for my next trip (probably Mozambique in July). Thanks.

  • Ronda P says:

    I would spend it on toiletry’s for my family, plus make some sister sacks for the homeless

  • Tracy says:

    I would make a big pampering gift basket for my sister in law. She just lost her husband from cancer and could use a basket of love.

  • Carolyn says:

    I would use it to buy snacks (granola bars, pb crackers, etc.) for some of my students who come to school hungry and often stop by my classroom because they know I will find something for them to eat.

  • Katherine says:

    I’d probably buy a bit of everything, for sure soap, they are one of the few stores that sells the soap I use. Thanks!

  • Heather says:

    I would spend it on diapers for a friend!

  • Diane says:

    I would by some vitamins stock up on supplies we use ( paper towels ,laundry soap, shampoo)
    To get ahead of things would be a great help thank you for giving your gift card away

  • Robin says:

    I would give it to my daughter who is trying to finish up grad school /unpaid internship, the extra money would be quite the surprise. A few more months to go…..

  • Katie Thompson says:

    I would by myself some new make up and use the rest for things we need 🙂

  • Kate P says:

    Cleaning supplies for the local homeless shelter

  • Stephanie says:

    The Rite Aid gift card would come in so handy to purchase children’s Claritin for my kiddos who struggle with the weather and the icky inversions that set in here in Utah.

  • Petra C says:

    My daughter and I make care packages for some college students each month. Having this gift card, we could bless a few more kids. The response has been great. Usually we have a good mix of some essentials with some treats. My daughter write a personalized note too. It’s been a great way to keep connected with the students as they are away from home and to remind them we are praying for them.

  • Marian Marino says:

    Thanks! I’d spend it on pharmacy items or toiletries.

  • Lorna Whipple says:

    I would give the card to my daughter who is a single mom, with 2 children, a daughter and son. Her son ( my grandson) is autistic. Some days are really hard for her. She’s a great Mom, but can use help financial.Thanks for considering me!

  • Krystal says:

    I would use it to buy some “me” stuff that I usually don’t buy.

  • Rachel Muilenburg says:

    What a good find! I’m feeling inspired to clean under my bathroom sink, now, and yes, I show my husband my improvements!
    Let’s be honest- Rite Aid carries diapers, toilet paper and toiletries! Plus, all the good coupon deals.

  • Sarah says:

    I would buy tea bags! And more tea bags …. to share with my friends and adult students.

  • Robin says:

    I would use it on restocking our medicine cabinets (I swear we’re out of everything) & maybe let the kids each pick something out ?

  • Selena says:

    I would send it to my grandparents because they have one very close to their house and many medical needs.

  • Mickie says:

    I would use it for Valentines gifts for my family and friends.

  • Kristin A says:

    Thank you for the chance to win! I’d use it for household essentials/Valentine goodies, buying based on price so I could get the most bang for the buck. 🙂

  • Rebecca says:

    We are trying to get out of debt so that would help us so much with our soaps,shampoos etc.

  • Shelley says:

    I’m embarrassed to say but everyone in my house needs new toothbrushes so I would start there! Then make my way over to bandaids since my kids need about 6 a day for various invisible boo-boos. Then maybe I could head over to the hair care for some dry shampoo and it’s grab some snacks for our school snack donation box.

  • Cristiana Grant says:

    Hi! I would most likely time it when they have their great sales to match with coupons to maximize it. I will most likely stock up on diapers, I love their diapers sale, hygiene items and cereal!

  • Amy says:

    I would spend it on special treats for my kids and husband!

  • I would want to spend this on diapers and wipes for my nephews and deodorant, which we are nearly out of. Thank you for hosting such a great giveaway!

  • Gina says:

    It would be great to stock up on toiletries as we are attempting Dave Ramsey budgeting for the first time!!

  • Gwen says:

    I would use the Rite Aid gift card to stock up on toiletries! Hope I win! ☺️

  • Teresa Sch says:

    With 3 boys birthdays in March I need party supples, and food and drinks. They have a nice party area in my store.

  • Melissa says:

    I’d stock up on Band-Aids and medicine. Always running out!

  • Jessica Clark says:

    I would spend it on allergy meds for my daughter and some special Valentine’s Day treats for my girls.

  • Helen says:

    I’d love some new makeup.

  • Lesley says:

    I’d spend it on face wash, body wash, lotion, and makeup!

  • Sara Hattan says:

    I would buy health essentials and toiletries with it.

  • Stacey Barcomb says:

    I would spend it on make up! I’ve seen your drug store make up posts for years and have never been able to do it! When it comes to buying stuff for myself I buy the bare minimum – if at all. I would love to pamper myself guilt free!

  • Caren Phillips says:

    I would spend it on necessities for the home and my two girls in college! They would love it!

  • Elizabeth H. says:

    I’d spend it on Shampoo, nail polish, snacks and some baby stuff did my new nephew due in a few weeks

  • Heather says:

    I would use it on on personal items for my family. It would be such a blessing to us!

  • Nicole Wysocki says:

    I would spend it on Valentine’s gift for my kids and buy some new make up too! ❤️

  • Carrie says:

    I spend it on toiletries and household items that we really need, and probably a few little “treats ” of some sort for our kids since they’ve had a rough winter in a new home/town.

  • Keriann Tankersley says:

    We would use it to restock our first aid/over the counter medicine stash! It’s always fun to find what’s at the bottom of your purse! Thank you for the opportunity 🙂

  • Sharon H says:

    I would buy toilet paper and necessities, and maybe some Valentines treats for my family

  • Julie says:

    I would use it to purchase personal hygiene items for the low income/homeless in my community. I volunteer at our local food bank and our clients get very excited when we have these items available.

  • Bethany Cantrell says:

    Ooohhhh, they have some great Think Thin bars I use it on. Thanks, Crystal!

  • Sarah Saaga says:

    You are so thoughtful and generous!! If I won I would probably spend the gift card on grocery food items and Valentines for my hubby and kiddos. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  • Amanda penny says:

    I would spend it on food and toeilt paper . I am having surgery I am a breast cancer survivor . This will be my fourth and hopefully my last surgery! My hubby is a sub teacher and he is in school so sometimes his job can be inconsistent. I would meal pre for family of 5 using your tips I have been watching for months ! Thanks money saving mom !!!!

  • Darla Wagner says:

    I’d use it to stock up on items for my daughter at college (laundry detergent, shampoo, vitamins, personal items, etc).

  • Jennifer says:

    I would buy some Valentine’s things for my freshman in college 3+ hours from home who just broke his ankle and had surgery…and for my other son, a Jr in high school…we are homeschoolers for the past 11 years. I would also treat my hubby(& me) to some chocolates for Valentine’s!!!

  • Kelli says:

    Honestly I would take my grandma to use it mostly – she just moved in with my parents she has lived 15 hours away for 15 plus years alone and now that she is 80 and isn’t getting around well and has been depressed she is finally moving back ! She needs to get out of the house more and I truly think this would not only make her so happy and smile but excited to go out !

  • Carissa Lindbloom says:

    I would stock up on toiletries:)

  • Shelley says:

    Our family supports a missionary family to Africa and the wife is expecting. I would love to give her some extra goodies.

  • Brittany says:

    I would use it on diapers as those things aren’t cheap and I have 5 kids that I’m raising?

  • Miriam says:

    I’m a nursing student trying to make it through debt free (I know you know what it is like!), so this would be useful for buying the essentials and using it to bring joy to the lives of my friends. I love surprising my friends with little gifts when they need a little pick-me-up from studying. 🙂

  • Robin says:

    I would use it for vitamins and for other necessities for my family.

  • Becky S says:

    Rite Aid is a regular stop for us because it is the only drug store in our little town. I get prescriptions there, but also pick up items that are on sale…especially when I can use a coupon too.

  • Amanda Wells says:

    Under the sink looks great! I also share accomplishments like that with my husband.
    I would use the gift card to stock up on toiletries and household items/cleaners and some snacks for my kids. I’ll be honest..I’d probably also get some chocolate for myself! 😉

  • Crystal Williams says:

    I’d buy shampoo, makeup, first aid items and toiletries.

  • Cheryl Peters says:

    Toiletries can be expensive. I would stock up on shampoos laundry soaps and vitamins.

  • Emily Millsaps says:

    I moved about a month ago & would love to stock up on some cleaning essentials for my new place.

  • Lorenda says:

    I would take my 70+ year old neighbor lady and we would pick out things to have a little spa party! Anyof course we’d pick up some essentials too.

  • Sara says:

    I would use the money to buy supplements for my special needs kids, as well as some food items since SNAP is having issues because of the government shut down. Good luck to all!

  • Kelly says:

    I would use it to restock my toothpaste, shampoo and soap supply.

  • Chrystal Cox says:

    I would use the gift card to extend our budget. I have these items in mind: wipes, diapers, allergy medicine, toothpaste, and maybe “splurge” on a face cream or cleanser for myself.

  • Suzanne says:

    I would buy toilet paper and mouthwash, I’m almost out of both! Thanks.

  • Jeannie Smith says:

    I’ve been dealing with some pretty major health issues. I would use the gift card to buy products that I need to improve my health.

  • Rebecca Marshall says:

    I would use it on diapers and toiletries!

  • Jenele Marshall says:

    I think I’d replenish our vitamins, grab some back-up shampoo, and definitely hit the lotion since we all use so much more in winter!

  • Lisette says:

    I’d probably spend it on some essentials (vitamins, soap, snacks, etc.) but also if definitely get some makeup for myself too though!

  • Shelley Mercer says:

    I would use the card to purchase extra supplies for the foster children I work with daily. Kleenex, snacks, and diapers/wipes are always needed for our families as they deal with the rollercoaster of circumstances.

  • Amy says:

    I’d buy some nail polish and makeup for my daughter, so we could have a fun pampering day. We’re a foster family and just had two foster children leave our home this week. Our daughter (and myself) has been missing them quite a bit and a Mommy-Daughter fun day would definitely cheer her (and me) up.

  • Kristen says:

    ?I would use it to buy some housekeeping staples and then take that money saved in our budget to buy some thank you gifts to some special friends and family who helped us out in a rough patch while my husband was without pay for a a few weeks.

  • Patty says:

    I would use it for cleaning supplies, diapers for my granddaughters and toiletries for my son in college.

  • Christina DeVane says:

    I would buy toiletry supplies for the whole year!!?

  • Kim says:

    Just basics for our family. The kids are awesome but we go through a lot with the six of us.

  • Rebekah says:

    Diapers for 2 kids 🙂

  • Kristen says:

    I would spend it on toiletries for the homeless.

  • Erin says:

    I would probably spend it to stock up on vitamins and toiletries for my family.

  • Kathy Clark says:

    I’d buy a few things to get stocked up – toothpaste, toilet paper, paper towels, etc and the rest would be non perishables to donate to the food pantry.

  • Sherry says:

    I’d buy prizes for my 5th grade class. I work in a high poverty district, and have weekly raffles. Most days I give a snack during reading and parents haven’t contributed so it getsxexpensive for this divorced mama

  • Katy says:

    I would probably stock up on make-up. Thanks

  • Caryn says:

    We get all our pharmacy meds at Rite Aid so I would spend it on those plus stock up on toiletries for the house.

  • Amber T says:

    I would use it to have a fun spa day with my two young daughters! With my work schedule, it’s been so hard to find quality time together and this would be the perfect way!

  • Dawn Kennedy says:

    I’d buy toiletries and food for our family right now. It’s a very slow time of year for our business right now and not a lot of extra money is available.

  • Mary Ruth says:

    As i am almost done with Dave Ramsey’s baby step 2, I would use it for what groceries/essentials I could, and throw my $100 grocery budget money at my snowball!!

  • Ashley says:

    I would buy pull ups for potty training my daughter.

  • Debbie says:

    Would love to win the gift card. I would double the value using coupons you’ve taught me. Then start my stockpile and donate. My oldest daughter is a teacher and I would love to help her class out as well. Thank you!!

  • Kelsey says:

    Diapers and small snacks for my older kids lunches.

  • Kathy says:

    Love the bathroom cupboard makeover and love that you are so real! (No need to be embarrassed lol!) I say keep the gift card yourself…you deserve it!!!

  • Brandy says:

    I have three baby showers coming up, so I’d buy supplies to put together a basket of baby goodies for each shower.

  • Valerie Van Dyke says:

    It’s a toss up! Easter stuff for my 800… ok, ok, 4 kids (feels like 800 sometimes..) or $100 worth of Reese Peanut Butter Eggs… a girl can dream!!!
    Eh, who am I kidding? Toilet paper, shampoo and toothpaste. Lots, lol.

  • Amanda Martin-Kuhn says:

    Definitely diapers, probably stockup on toiletries and leave a little for awesome sale/clearance items.

  • Ellie says:

    I have never shopped in Rite Aid because it was not in our area, but we have moved to a new place recently, and now it’s only 4 miles away. Definitely will try it.
    I will go ahead and buy the sale items to make it the double benefit for my family.
    Thanks crystal for such a great offering.

  • Heather Bannan says:

    What a great find!! If chosen, I’d honestly use it to create themed fun nights for my boys. One night could be “game night”, another would be “movie night” etc. in the end this would contribute to family time as well as save us money on treats/extras we would not normally splurge on and give us some extra special time together!

  • Caitlyn says:

    I would use it to stock up on some toiletries for myself and 2 little boys(6 and 3). I would also let each of my sons pick out a little something for Valentine’s Day for one another.

  • Jill says:

    I need to buy new makeup !

  • Christie says:

    I’d use it to buy items for foster parents who get new placements. So likely toothbrushes, diapers, snacks, etc.

  • Emily says:

    I would stock up on items like face wash, toothpaste, shampoo, razors, deodorant, etc. I have 14 year old twin girls are we go through that kind of stuff like water around here! ?

  • Amy says:

    I would buy diapers for sure!

  • Laura says:

    Hi well ? I would spend it on shampoo, conditioners, body soap, a ? maybe, detergent, lotion, etc. ☺️ ??‍♀️

  • Sara says:

    I’d probably buy a new flat iron.

  • Jennifer says:

    Makeup! Extras that I wouldn’t normally spend money on.

  • Samantha says:

    I would buy make-up. I would treat myself for my birthday on some new make-up, nail polish, and hair products. And maybe a pretty basket to organize it in.
    Thanks for sharing your gift card!

  • Jodi Passer says:

    I would get supplies to add to our stockpile at my school for students who need extra help..

  • Jenn Lingerfelt says:

    I would love to have the rite aid card! I have two a few minutes from me. I would buy some valentines goodies for the kids. I would also stock up on first aid supplies and vitamins. I would also splurge on some items for myself that I normally dont buy.

  • Jodiann Petersheim says:

    I would spend it on personal care items. Thank you for the fabulous giveaway!

  • Arielle says:

    I would actually give it to my mom because she has blessed me numerous times!

  • Lisa Goodall says:

    You are so sweet for doing this. I would purchase toilet paper,paper towels,and cleaning supplies. Thank you

  • Marsha Baklund says:

    I would probably treat myself to a high quality moisturizer, since my skin has been super dry in the cold weather, and also just stock up on whatever staples are on sale!

  • Sonya says:

    I would probably use it for diapers for our 2 youngest, and chocolate for me.

  • Nina Nielsen says:

    I love to have stockpile.

  • M Brantley says:

    Valentine candy for my students!!

  • Holly Curtis says:

    I would buy some razor refills for my favorite razor (intuition; they are just so expensive!) and other personal care needs.

  • Katie W says:

    Stock up on toiletries and medicine!

  • Jenn says:

    I’d use it to buy diapers & baby things for #3 who will be coming in about eight weeks. It’d be such a blessing!

  • Sarah says:

    I would stock up on bathroom and household items! Things I’ve been puttibg off buying.

  • Charity says:

    I’d buy fun hair stuff for my girlies. They are getting into doing their own hair and trying new fun styles so it would be fun to surprise them with a splurge girl trip?

  • Becky says:

    I would probably use it to stock up our church food pantry with toiletries and the like. We always try to include some nonfood items in the boxes for those in need.

  • I would use it to buy groceries and toiletries for my family. My rite aid is super close to my house so we go there all the time. ? Also you inspired me to clean out my purse and I found my gym headphones that I have been missing for months! ? next I will do under my bathroom sink. Hard telling what I’ll find in there ?

  • Dena Johnson says:

    We get our prescriptions from Rite Aid. This gift card would pay for part of our monthly prescriptions. ?

  • Melissa H says:

    This would certainly be a blessing for me. I have recently began homeschooling my kids due to some unhealthy circumstances at my daughters school. With this I can tuck away for laundry detergent, toilet paper, and homeschool supplies (they have great sales sometimes on school supplies) I know if I wait for the right time I can even get what I need for kiddos Easter baskets ?. Your the best!

  • Sarah says:

    I would use it to stock up on feminine products for me and my 3 girls! We are always running low ?

  • KN says:

    I’d spend it on my husband’s hair gel, valentine cards, and other goodies! Would love to win! Thanks!

  • Shelbey says:

    I would buy toiletries! And thriftys ice cream!!

  • Carolyn Tice says:

    My husband’s work is cut back in the winter & we are trying to pay off debt. Would love to have help with supplies & Rite Aid is just up the road from us:-)

  • Sarah says:

    Toilet paper and other essentials!

  • Brooke Buckner says:

    I would use it to stock up on household items, especially spring cleaning supplies

  • Jessica says:

    I would buy diapers/baby items as #2 is due in just six weeks (plus I have a toddler) and beauty products for me b/c mama needs self care too!!

  • Amanda says:

    Vitamins and greeting cards. I love shopping for the perfect greeting cards to send to friends and family.

  • Suzy says:

    I would purchase pads, baby wipes, lip gloss, vitamins homeopathics for seasonal things for me and to send to my kiddos, valentines to mail to my 10 grandchildren, and birthday cards for those same grandkids over the year and our children and a snack and drink for me.

  • Kelsey says:

    New follower and I love everything you post about! And i was so thrilled when you mentioned that your kids watched baby signing time when they were little! My daughter watches it now and I love it!

    Anyways I would probably use it for diapers!

  • Ashley Winn Baker says:

    I would get some home and family essentials (laundry detergent, diapers, food, etc) that would really help with our tight budget!

  • Jessica Alvey says:

    I would buy household items toilet paper, paper towels, diapers and wipes for our third baby due in April.

  • Leigh says:

    I would buy shelf stable items for my pantry and paper goods!

  • Emily says:

    I would probably buy some of the same boring things people have already mentioned-toiletries etc?. But what I’d also like to do is take my kiddos along to pick out some things we could bless others with, I think that would be so much fun!

  • Kelly Espinoza says:

    I would probably buy toiletries and health and beauty products!

  • Julie says:

    Shampoo and makeup that I would never buy for myself.

  • Brooke says:

    I’d use it to buy my sons medicine. At $40/month it adds up quickly.

  • Sara T says:

    I’m out of face cream, concealer, and my mascara is getting chunky. And I’d probably get laundry , dish detergent, and other cleaning supplies that I’m low on, My Rite Aid isn’t too exciting, but they have the basics.

  • Cheyanne Green says:

    I would spend it on some new make-up! After having 3 kids in 5 years, that’s been a little low on my priority list. I would love to surprise my hubby by actually wearing make-up on our date nights too!

  • Lorrie Chopp says:

    I would buy my daughter some makeup and shop the sales. Shampoo, conditioner, razors and kleenex. Thank you for the give away!

  • AJ Rawson says:

    Medicine and household goods…and maybe a few special treats just for me too! 🙂

  • Kendall Cooper says:

    I would use it to stock up on items for my family. We just had twins so anywhere we can save money is great!

  • Katie H says:

    If I won this giveaway gift card, I’d gift it to my Mom so she can use it towards her prescriptions and other personal necessities.

  • Faith says:

    I would restock our toiletries stash that is almost depleted ? I oils also use it for several prescriptions that my husband and I have.

  • Shelley says:

    We use rite aid pharmacy
    I just had a total knee replacement and have so many meds to take , I would use it for some of that . I would also find thank you cards and token gifts for the many meals and help from friends and neighbors. We don’t have family here and my husband has had to be out of town 5 hours away with his ailing father. Our friends have literally been guardian angels helping take me to physical therapy and making meals.

  • Michelle Hughes says:

    I would use it to buy vitamins and allergy medicine that all if my family use.

  • Joanna Aldape says:

    Unfortunately we do not have a Rite Aidnear us in Topeka, Ks. But I can totally order online. I would most likely buy items to donate to our local mission or Royal Family Kids Camp.

  • Lynn says:

    Having a student athlete in the house I would most likely be buying KT Tape, epsom salt, other remedies, snacks, and school supplies.

  • Judy W says:

    I would use it to buy diapers for my first grandbaby that is due in March. We are so excited! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Kerry Lynn says:

    I’d spend it on diapers and needs for the Grandjem and nasal spray for the kids.

  • Kristen Smith says:

    Maybe treat myself to some new cosmetics!

  • Debbie says:

    I’d use the gift card to by beauty products.

  • Ann says:

    I would use the money to buy meds, chocolate and whatever little things we may need around the house

  • Rhonda Hagan says:

    I would like to help my in laws with some medical items, as they have needs and are on a very fixed income. Thanks

  • Linda Schalk says:

    I would use it for my mom who is homebound with cancer and 78 years old. She is very poor and could use quite a few daily items, and maybe something to make her smile.

  • Kristen says:

    Diapers and wipes for my little boy!

  • Summer says:

    I would either 1) buy some medical supplies for my daughter who has a disability and my husband who just had shoulder surgery or 2) stock up on laundry soap and toilet paper!

  • Miranda says:

    I would buy toiletries and birthday cards.

  • Lisa says:

    I’d buy household essentials like band-aids, laundry soap, and hair products.

  • Rite Aid is my go to for anything beauty/health/home so I would most likely buy essentials, but since Valentines Day is coming up, I’m planning on putting together a basket for my 15 year old daughter, that will include makeup, facial must haves, some smell good stuff and of course candy and something to cuddle with!

  • Christy says:

    I would buy household essentials.

  • anne igo says:

    We don’t have a rite aid in Minnesota, so I would order items on line

    My youngest daughter is cutting about 12 inches off her hair on Monday. (Similar to your Kathrynne recently) She is 17 and does not own her own hair dryer. Heading off to college in the fall, that and other hair care accessories will be fun for her.

    Thank you for the opportunity to enter!

  • Kate Duff says:

    Great job organizing! Always feels good!

    This may sound silly, but I think I’d stock up on toilet paper!

  • Marin says:

    Probably diapers, toothpaste, face cream, the list could go on and on!

  • Rachel Ruiz says:

    I’d stock up on a few medical necessities! Unless there was a thrifty inside… I may split it with ice cream ?

  • Heather says:

    I would use it on seasonal allergy medicine. We go through it so fast in my house!

  • Andrea says:

    I would buy laundry detergent and a few other household supplies. And probably a couple valentine treats for my boys

  • Jamie Z says:

    I have not bought new makeup in forever! I think I would buy some makeup and hair products for me and my 15 year old daughter since we never have the extra money. With 3 boys and dad thrown into the mix, I’m sure they’d find something they “need” too 😉

  • Misty says:

    I’d really LOVE to replace the first aid kit and general medical supplies. Everything is outdated/expired. Thanks for the chance!

  • Dania says:

    Diapers and wipes for my kiddos

  • Katie Benefield says:

    I would purchase cosmetics, household items, and seasonal items.

  • Elaine says:

    If I were to be selected as the lucky recipient of this gift, I would purchase laundry soap, toilet paper, tooth brushes, tooth paste, deodorant, etc. Then I would take these treasures to our local shelter and I would donate Everyhing so that the 100 would benefit as many people as possible.

  • Laura says:

    I would buy toiletries and household essentials. And of course, some thriftys ice cream ?

  • Dena says:

    We’re going through a tough time and I will use it to buy stuff for the kids and for the house.thsnk u and god bless u and your family .

  • Becki says:

    I would stock up my daughter who is getting married in March!

  • Amy says:

    Hand cream and lip balm! Homesteading is so hard on my hands. And my lips are always chapped. But honestly I would Probably also grab lots of sale items and treats for Valentine’s Day and Easter.

  • Nancy mays says:

    I would use it to fill my prescriptions as we lost our insurance so the cost of our medications is outrageous thanks ps I make my hubby look at my organization accomplishments too lol

  • Julie Nguy says:

    I’d spend on it on snacks to pack for my kids’ lunches. Thank you!

  • Jessica says:

    I would probably actually get myself some makeup! I haven’t purchased anything besides mascara in about 5 years ? Plus I’d get the boring stuff…. diapers, pain relievers, medicines…. plus I always buy my favorite Burt’s Bees chapstick there! Best deal!

  • Nicole Ballenger says:

    I would use it for my kids’ Valentines gifts since Rite Aid usually has a pretty good assortment ?❤️ Thank you for doing a giveaway! That is very giving of you!

  • Heidi says:

    I’d use the gift card for stocking up on great deals for things we use daily around the house such as toilet paper, groceries, personal care items. I’d also use some of it to purchase some new first aid kit items I need to replace in my Search and Rescue Pack.

  • Cherie says:

    Okay first I just want to say I LOVE your posts & inspiration. If I was choosen for the gift card I would use it on laundry soap, school supplies (since we homeschool & can always use those) or towards buying more cards for my card stash since this year my goal is to encourage a family member for friend once a week with some beautiful, encouraging snail mail ; )

  • Lori says:

    Oh I’d love this. Rite aid is one of the few stores in my town!

  • Shelley says:

    I would use it on toiletries, medicine, and seasonal clearance. It is one of the few stores that we have in our small town.

  • Lisa says:

    I would spend it on household goods and groceries. I’ve been challenging myself to whittle my grocery budget down, so it would be a treat!
    Thanks for making someone’s day… that is really thoughtful of you!

  • Brooke says:

    I would use it to buy diapers for my littlest!

  • LouAnn V says:

    I’d replace some of my old makeup and the rest on toiletries.

  • Alese says:

    I would buy diapers and other fun momming goodies!! Thanks crystal ?

  • Rebecca says:

    Thanks so much for your generous giveaway! Really appreciate you and all the great things you share with your readers/followers! I always look forward to your posts, challenges, etc.! I am learning so much from you, and you are so encouraging! I hope to be better at implementing all I’m learning! Bottom line – you are a blessing to me and my family! 🙂
    If I win the card I would probably get some first aid supplies and whatever was on sale that we needed. Thanks again! 🙂

  • Brandy says:

    I would spend it on shampoo and conditioner and anything I can find at a great price to stockpile the bathroom necessities!

  • Martha says:

    I would pick up cards toiletries and milk

  • Shelagh says:

    I’d use it to stock up on paper goods and detergent as well as some shaving supplies

  • Mandy Simmons says:

    I would buy toiletries and candy for our local homeless for our “you are loved” valentine’s outreach!

  • Alley says:

    Hi I would use it on things for the house and makeup that I’m usually to cheap to buy for myself.

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  • Kim Jones says:

    I would use it for a humidifier. My husband has sleep apnea and gets hot from wearing a mask so he turns a fan on in our bedroom which drys out the air and therefore my nose and breathing. I think this would help me be able to sleep a little better. Thanks for the opportunity. ☺️

  • Mikelle says:

    I’d use it for some household essentials…probably when they have a good sale on laundry detergent.

  • Margy R. says:

    I would use it to stock up on laundry soap, dish soap, and any other household essentials we might need! Thanks for the chance!

  • Charla says:

    I would use it for all the health and beauty supplies for myself that I never get due to always putting my lids’ needs first.

  • Cyndi says:

    I would spend it on some valentine goodies & maybe some new fun nail polish or makeup.

  • Lisa says:

    I’d spend it on kids lunches

  • Rache says:

    Daily things like toilet paper, tissues….

  • Allison S says:

    We’re coming back to the States after a 3-year stretch overseas and we need to buy all of our toiletries and OTC meds.

  • David says:

    Thank you for putting together this very useful website. I can’t tell you how much this has helped my wife and I with our financial needs.

    As for the rite aid card, I would give it to my wife for her necessities. She always puts others before herself.

  • I’ll give to my friend, who needs to get beauty and hair products for her new job. It’s been a rough beginning of the year for her financially. I know it will be a blessing for her and her family.

  • Amands says:

    I would purchase some items my son in college needs, shaving cream and razors, my husband said he is in need of razors soon, I would splurge and purchase a small outdoor item for my backyard so I would remember I won something. I would get shampoo for the both of us. I use the Dave Ramsey method and it would be a blessing to buy something extra and in need with the $100 gift card.

  • Halley Sullivan says:

    This may sound weird, but my Rite Aid has *the* best post holiday clearance! My favorite thing to buy is books for my littles- Christmas, Valentine’s Day, St Patrick’s Day. etc etc and stash them away for the following year.

  • Amanda Haynes says:

    Oh my word, all the ice cream from Thrify’s they have! It’s my favorite!

  • Laura says:

    This is so exciting! If I won the gift card I would use it to buy various household cleaning products, a new broom and probably some makeup for me. My mascara and concealer are just about done.

  • Jen says:

    I would use this GC to stock up on some basics like TP, paper towels, laundry detergent, etc. Not too exciting but needed ! Thanks for the chance to win !

  • Erin says:

    I would use it on toiletries, and other household items.

  • Heidi says:

    I would use it on all kinds of snacks for my older teenage boys and mineral water, Toilet paper, Paper towels, tweezers, shavers, makeup remover pads, laundry detergent, liquid softener