3/15 dry idea, irish spring, colgate, nexxus, & playskool

cost: $2.38
he bought:
dry idea $2.99
dry idea $2.99
irish Spring Body Wash 15 - 18 oz. $4.99
Colgate Max White Toothpaste 4.6-6 oz $2.99
nexxus $13.69
playskool wipes 16 ct $1.99

subtotal $29.64

used coupons:
-$2 Dry Idea® Roll-On Antiperspirant
-$2 Dry Idea® Roll-On Antiperspirant

-$.50 Irish Spring Body Wash 3/15 SS
-$2 off playskool wipes, exp 03/15

= $23.14 + .39 tax (used $23.97 in eb - adjusted to $23.14, $.39 on cvs moneycard)

received:
$2.99 eb Colgate Max White Toothpaste 4.6-6 oz or Max white Toothbrush (3/15-3/21)
$4.99 eb Irish Spring Body Wash 15 - 18 oz. (3/15-3/21)
$4 eb ($2 x 2) Right Guard Sport, Soft & Dri, Dry Idea, or Xtreme Deodorant (3/15-3/21)
$10 eb for nexxus $10 wyb $20 (already had $6.98 towards the $20) (2/15-3/21)

summary:
spent $23.97 eb + $.39 cvs moneycard
received $21.98 eb
total cost: $2.38

year to date savings: $933.03
winter 2009 spending: $20.91

it occurred to me afterwards that since i needed to have my eb adjusted by $.83, i could have just kept my irish spring coupon. :)

today i returned 2 colgate that i had purchased on 2/18 and not received eb for. (i had emailed cvs customer service about them but never got a response.) so i got a cvs moneycard with $6.50 credit.

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