Moneymaking Rite Aid Trip 1/26

Here's the picture and details from my Rite Aid trip on 1/26.

Here's exactly what I got:
(3) Nature Made Fish Oil 1200 mg Odorless Softgels 60ct. $11.49 each
1 CoQ10 30 mg Softgels 30ct. $12.99
1 CoQ10 100 mg softgels 40ct. $23.99

I used the following coupons, all from the January and February All You magazine:
$6.00 off any CoQ10 (this one beeped, they pushed it through)
$5.00 off any CoQ10
$4.00 off Fish Oil
$3.00 off any Nature Made Vitamin
$2.00 off any Fish Oil

I paid with $42 in +Ups and $5.30 in cash for $47.30 out of pocket.

I got back the following +Ups (all pictured)
- $16 for purchasing $30 Nature Made
- another $16 for purchasing $30 Nature Made
- $10 for Spending $30 for the Heart Healthy promo
- $10 for spending $50 for the Heart Healthy promo

So I'm up about $5.00 this transaction, with potential for more had I done it differently. I could have gotten closer to the $60 mark had my Rite Aid had the right Nature Made products in stock, instead, I was at $67 before coupons and after my 10% wellness silver level discount (you only have to be at $60.00 even).

If you do not subscribe to All You, this is a good reason why you should. However, for the time being, you can go here and print a few lower value Nature Made coupons.

Also, I blew it and forgot to use the January Video Values coupon (not available to earn anymore, but you can print it if you did earn it last month) for $3 off Nature Made.

You can make this deal even better (I know, doesn't seem possible) by NOT using +Up rewards to pay for it and using cash instead. Then you can submit for the Nature Made $5 Mail in Rebate found here that requires you to spend $30 AFTER all coupons, promotions and discounts. I just wanted to burn up some +Ups so I didn't go that route.

Another great note about this deal is that it will count toward your $20 +Up Winter Reward's promo that you need to spend $100 to get. Already over halfway there!

Yet another great note... don't worry too much about the excess +Ups you will have. The $16 ones expire 2 weeks after purchase, but the heart healthy +Ups don't expire until 4/9! And... next week at Rite Aid, there are 2 products, totaling $27.98 that give you the full price back in a Single Check rebate (see Rite Aid post later this week), so it's like turning your +Ups into cash!

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