I'm working on my Rite Aid deals/scenarios for this week, but I just had to give this deal it's own post.
Snickers are B1G1 for $0.01 this week at Rite Aid.
So . . .
6 Snickers bars B1G1 for $0.01 ($0.88/1) = $2.67/6
- 2 $1/3 (02/21/RP) = $0.67/6 ($0.11/1)
Thanks to MavenofSaven.
Then, just for fun . . . $0.11 is a great price for one, but I wonder . . . if I bought a whole bunch, could I get them any cheaper?
48 Snickers bars B1G1 for $0.01 ($0.88/1) = $21.36/48
- $5/20 Rite Aid Video Values coupon = $16.36/48
- 16 $1/3 (02/21/RP) = $0.36/48 ($0.0075/1)
Now, what would anyone do with 48 Snickers bars. . . . eat them (not all at one time hopefully), share them, freeze them, donate them to a youth group . . . : )
The bigger question would be: How to get the 16 coupons needed for this deal?