05/30 ban, blade, dunkin donuts coffee, skippy, & milk


cost: $16.46

i bought:
    Ban invisible solid 2.6 oz $2.99
    Blade 5 Razor System $6.99
    dunkin donuts coffee $6.99
    skippy peanut butter $2
    skippy peanut butter $2
    skippy peanut butter $2
    skippy peanut butter $2
subtotal $24.97

used coupons:
= $22.47 + $.69 tax (used $21.99 eb + $1.17 cvs gc)

received:
    $2 eb Ban invisible solid 2.6 oz 5/30-6/5
    $1 eb blade 5 5/30-7/31 (end date as shown on cvs.com)
    $7 eb Blade 5 Razor System 5/16-5/22 w/ raincheck
    $.25 eb gbt scan (i count each scan as $.25 since 4 scans gives us $1 eb)

summary:
    spent $21.99 eb + $1.17 cvs gc
    received $10.25 eb
    cost: $12.91
    cvs got $2.50 in man. coupons to be reimbursed

year to date savings: $883.70
spring 2010 spending: $52.18
cvs got $194.98 in man. coupons to be reimbursed (since 01/2010)

he bought (purchases made with my boyfriend's card):
    Ban invisible solid 2.6 oz $2.99 (not pictured)
    milk $3.59
subtotal $6.58

used coupons:
= $5.58 + $.22 tax (used $5 eb + $.80 cvs gc)

received:
    $2 eb Ban invisible solid 2.6 oz 5/30-6/5
    $.25 eb gbt scan (i count each scan as $.25 since 4 scans gives us $1 eb)

summary:
    spent $5 eb + $.80 cvs gc
    received $2.25 eb
    cost: $3.55
    cvs got $1 in man. coupons to be reimbursed

year to date savings: $910.13
spring 2010 spending: $10.34
cvs got $159.99 in man. coupons to be reimbursed (since 01/2010)
cost of both transactions combined : $16.46

notes:i figure a week like this is good for using rainchecks and spending any expiring eb on things we can really use - food, in this case!

so there is a current eb deal on the blade 5, i checked my extracare account on cvs.com and it shows the end date as 073110.

the skippy coupons beeped, not sure why but the cashier pushed them through.