I used the $3 off Cortaid coupon from the sales flyer along with a $2 off coupon I had from a pack of Benadryl I bought a couple of months ago.
The markers will go in someone's Christmas present, they were $3 with a $3 mail in rebate which prints after your receipt.
The envelopes were apparently not the correct ones, but I needed some anyway so coughed up 1.01 each.
After paying with a $5 RR from last week my total out of pocket was around $1.64 (I've already misplaced the receipt. Sigh)
Then I went to Rite Aid (of course leaving my $5 off $25 Video Values coupon at home). I struck out, though, as I was in desparate need of face powder, and they had no Neutrogena makeup at all today. There was the sign, but there was no Neutrogena there. Note to self: don't wait until you are completely out of face powder to go buy it. So off to CVS where I paid the full price instead of the 40% off as advertised by Rite Aid this week.
I used a $5 off $30 coupon from e-mail
Sobe is B1G1 free and I used two B1G1 free coupons making all four free
Fusion ProGlide was 9.99, used $4 off coupon, produces a $5 ECB
Sally Hansen was 5.99, used $1 off coupon
(I learned a while back to never use expired wax. I pulled the top layer of skin off. Fun times.)
Neutrogena face powder was 13.99 (pick me up off the floor, will ya?), used $2 off coupon
Altoids was 1.49 and produces a $1 ECB
Used $9 in ECBs to pay
Total Before tax 10.46
Received $6 ECBs