09/20 crest, colgate, dry idea, pepsi, & reinventing beauty

cost: $16.07

i bought:
Crest Pro Health Toothpaste 4.2 oz $2.99
Dry Idea $2.99
Dry Idea $2.99
Dry Idea $2.99
pepsi 12 pk $3
pepsi 12 pk $3
pepsi 12 pk $3
pepsi 12 pk $3
bottle deposits $2.40
reinventing beauty magazine $.99

subtotal $27.35

used coupons:
-$5 off $25 printable readyfill coupon (no longer available)
-$1 Crest Premium Toothpaste, 4.2 oz + P&G 8/30/09(amount varies by region)
-$2 dry idea roll-on (internet coupon no longer available)
-$2 dry idea roll-on (internet coupon no longer available)
-$2 dry idea roll-on (internet coupon no longer available)
-$.25 pepsi products (internet coupon no longer available)
-$.25 pepsi products (internet coupon no longer available)
-$.25 pepsi products (internet coupon no longer available)
-$.25 pepsi products (internet coupon no longer available)

= $14.35 + $1.76 tax (used $14 eb + 2.11 cvs gc)

received:
$2 eb Crest Pro Health Toothpaste 4.2 oz, Pro Health Rinse, or Oral B floss Multi-packs Limit 1 9/20-9/26
$3 eb ($1 x 3) Dry Idea, Right Guard Sport, or Xtreme Limit 3 9/20-9/26
$3 eb wyb 4 pepsi 12 pk Limit 1 9/20-9/26

will receive:
$2.40 in bottle deposits

summary:
spent $14 eb + $2.11 on cvs gc
received $8 eb
will receive $2.40 bottle deposits
cost: $5.71
cvs gets: $8 (man. coupons to be reimbursed)

year to date savings: $1429.97
summer 2009 spending: $36.58
fall 2009 spending: $.36
cvs got: $63.39 (in man. coupons to be reimbursed, since 8/24/09)

he bought:
Crest Pro Health Toothpaste 4.2 oz $2.99
pepsi 12 pk $3
pepsi 12 pk $3
pepsi 12 pk $3
pepsi 12 pk $3
bottle deposits $2.40
colgate toothbrush $.99

subtotal $18.38

used coupons:
-$1 Crest Premium Toothpaste, 4.2 oz + P&G 8/30/09(amount varies by region)

= $17.38 + $1.38 tax (used $11.56 eb + $7.20 cvs gc)

received:
$2 eb Crest Pro Health Toothpaste 4.2 oz, Pro Health Rinse, or Oral B floss Multi-packs Limit 1 9/20-9/26
$3 eb wyb 4 pepsi 12 pk Limit 1 9/20-9/26
$1 eb colgate adult or children's Toothbrush 1 ct Limit 1 9/20-9/26

will receive:
$2.40 in bottle deposits

summary:
spent $11.56 eb + $7.20 on cvs gc
received $6 eb
will receive $2.40 bottle deposits
cost: $10.36
cvs gets: $1 (man. coupons to be reimbursed)

year to date savings: $2711.78
summer 2009 spending: $31.26
fall 2009 spending: $.82
cvs got: $54.50 (in man. coupons to be reimbursed, since 8/24/09)

cost of both transactions combined: $16.07
notes:hmm, i made a little error on my boyfriend's transaction... i forgot to remove the $5/$25 from the spreadsheet so i though the oop was going to be $5 less than it was! i could have given him more eb to use instead of $7.20 going onto the gc, but at least it wasn't cash spent!

i found the $.99 Colgate toothbrushes in the travel section as reported. as you can see, it did indeed work for the eb.