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Reader Shopping Trips: ShopRite

Tawanna made a great trip to ShopRite this week. She stocked up on a lot of good deals! Here is her trip:

Transaction

  • 6 Ajax -3/4.00
  • 1 Viva Paper towel 1.99ea
  • 2 Solo Cups-$2.29 each
  • 3 Degree Deordorant .99 each
  • 2 Shoprite Forks -$1.39 each
  • 3 Clorox 1.39 each
  • 8 Halls Cough drops $1.19 each
  • tax: $1.51

Coupons Used:

  • (3) Ajax $1.00/2 (2/26 SS)
  • (1) Shoprite Coupon .55 Viva
  • (2) $1.00 Solo Coupon received in the mail
  • (3) $1.00 Degree coupon (3/25 RP)
  • (1) Buy 2 get one free Clorox
  • (4) $1.00/2 Halls coupons (3/25 SS)
  • (2) $5.00 Shoprite Cats from previous purchase
  • (1) P&G 10.00 rebate

Total OPP $1.61

Be sure to check out the ShopRite Deals for the week. And be sure to check the LRWC Coupon Database to find any of the coupons listed here.

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  • Marie

    Did you use the $1 Degree coupon in the 3/25 RP that says it’s for the Adrenaline series? That’s the only coupon I could find.
    Thanks for your help!

  • Elaine

    Is the AJAX for the dishwasher or washer machine?

  • jennifer

    Why didnt you use the 85 cents off one viva big roll?? Would have gotten you lower. :)

  • Tawanna

    @Marie, I used the coupon that came in the paper and the 1.00 degree printable. @Elain, the detergent is for the washing machine @ Jennifer, I never got the .85 cents off coupon :(

    • Jill

      I didn’t either get the .85 Viva coupon…I guess it was regional…

  • Von

    You can print .50 coupons on the Viva site.

    Do the savings really count if yrou apply past catalinas for dollars off? If she didn’t have the rebates the OOP cost would have been $21.61, right? That’s more realistic for us regular folk. It’s so unfair to see 95% savings from people, and then I wonder why I never save as much. Then I realize they use giftcards and rain checks. There is NO way I could duplicate this trip. To get the catalinas, you have to have spent more in another shopping trip. So you need to show how much she spent in THAT trip also.

  • tasha

    That $10.00 p&g rebate shouldn’t be worked into the outcome total….. it’s just another form of payment. If we went into the store and bought all that’s listed with the same coupons we wouldn’t get the same outcome because we don’t have the p&g $10.00 rebate.

  • http://www.belvitacoupons.com Lillian

    I tend to agree with Tasha and Von, but then again a lot of the write-ups you see for coupon deals online that have huge savings like this are done because shoppers have rebates or cash back from other purchases. In this case if you factor out the P&G $10.00 she used, you’re still only paying $11.61 for 25 items or about $0.46 per item. Not to bad I think.








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