12/04 accu-chek, gillette, & st. jude's donation

profit: $9.61

i bought:
    Accu-Check Aviva $14.99
    gillette body wash $4.99
    gillette deodorant $4.49
    gillette body wash $4.99
    gillette deodorant $4.49
    st. jude donation $1
subtotal $34.95

used coupons:
    -$5 off $20 printable from sunset.com (no longer available)
    -get $4 EB when you spend $20 season to save coupon
    -$10 Accu-Check Aviva Glucose Meter System, any SS 11/8/09 or SS 8/23/09
    -$4.99 Gillette Body Wash Free wyb Gillette Deodorant, excludes trial size P&G 11/1/2009
    -$4.99 Gillette Body Wash Free wyb Gillette Deodorant, excludes trial size P&G 11/1/2009
    -$1 Gillette deodorant PG 11/29
    -$1 Gillette deodorant PG 11/29
= $7.97 + $1.40 tax (used $7.99 eb + $1.40 cvs gc)

received:
summary:
    spent $7.99 eb + $1.40 cvs gc
    received $19 eb
    profit: $9.61 ♥
    cvs got $21.98 in man. coupons to be reimbursed
year to date savings: $2232.38
fall 2009 spending: $10.39
cvs got $242.96 in man. coupons to be reimbursed (since 8/24/09)

notes:the gillette coupon is coded to only attach to the bodywash, so you can use another coupon on the deodorant. (so long as your cashier allows it.)

i already had $9.48 towards the gillette deal from my trip on 12/2.

i tried a few different $5/$20's and they all came "already redeemed," but the cashier was nice enough to enter it manually.