03/17 dove, stayfree, crave-nx, & cvs paper towels


cost: $4.01

i bought:
    stayfree reg. 24 ct $3.79
    stayfree reg w/ wings 18 ct $3.89
    dove shampoo $4
    dove conditioner $4
    dove shampoo $4
    dove conditioner $4
    crave-nx $7.99
    cvs brand paper towels $1.29
subtotal $32.96

used coupons:
= $19.17 + $2.09 tax (used $18.50 eb + $2.76 cvs gc)

received:
    $2 eb Stayfree regular or Carefree Pads 14-24 ct or Pantiliners 38-60 ct limit 4 march eb deal
    $2 eb manually printed Stayfree regular or Carefree Pads 14-24 ct or Pantiliners 38-60 ct limit 4 march eb deal
    $5 eb wyb $15 Caress, Degree, Dove, or Lever Limit 1 3/14-3/20
    $8 eb crave-nx diet aid spray .64 oz limit 2 january 2010 eb deal (used raincheck)
    $.25 eb gbt scan (i count each scan as $.25 since 4 scans gives us $1 eb)
summary:
    spent $18.50 eb + $2.76 cvs gc
    received $17.25 eb
    cost: $4.01
    cvs got $12.79 in man. coupons to be reimbursed
year to date savings: $558.29
winter 2010 spending: $52.68
cvs got $87.76 in man. coupons to be reimbursed (since 01/2010)

notes:there was only one stayfree regular pads 24 ct on the shlef at this store, which is the only one that was working for eb. so i figured i'd try another type, hoping that the others had been programmed, and if not perhaps i could get them manually printed since the store did have the shelf tag up.

the eb didn't print automatically, but i was able to get them printed manually. r reported yesterday that he/she purchased the 24 ct super maxi's and got the eb, so maybe they have been fixed now. (this trip is from the 17th.)

i don't normally "pay" for shampoo (except nexxus!) but i had to spend some expiring eb and i can sell these for $1 each at my next yard sale, so i went for it. :)