these are some of the deals stacks I found at Kroger yesterday.
4 Loreal Elvive Shampoo - 1.99 digital deal - used two 4/2 coupons = .04 mm
2 Danimals 6 pack - 1.49 digital deals - used 2 coupon and 1 coupon = .02 mm
2 Colgate Optic White - 2.49 sale - 4/2 coupon = .49 each
Skintimate Razor 4 pack - 5.99 - 4 coupon - 2 Ibotta = .01 mm
2 carefree breathe liners - 48 ct - 1.99 - 3/2 coupon - 1 Ibotta = 1.02 mm
3 Poise Ultra Thin 18 ct - 4.29 - used three 3 coupon - 3 cdc = .29 each
Vero Gusto Pasta Sauce - 5.99 - 3 coupon - 2 Fetch - 2 cdc = 1.01 mm
5 Crystal Light 10 ct - .99 - .50 Ibotta - .10 KCB (on 1) = .47 each
3 Honey Stinger Waffle - 1.29 - 1.50/3 KCB = .79 each
St Joseph Aspirin - 150 ct - 5.99 - 1.50 Ibotta - 2 coupon = 2.49
only 4 Ibotta offers, but I had already met all my bonuses at Walmart.
The Danimals was c1utch. I don't get a paper, so I only had the $1 offer, so I got one for 49¢
Also. Why didn't you do the two Schick Hydro mm offers?
Stacking PQ with CDC rebates will not work at stores that attach PQs with the item on the receipt. For Kroger this works because all PQs simply show as scanned coupon. So although stacking PQ/DQ with CDC rebate is 'against the rules', it does work at Kroger. It will not work at WM though where PQs attach
I found it odd, and not a big deal, but the two Schicks got taxed AFTER DQ, but the Skintimate was BEFORE DQ., so I paid 40¢ tax for Skintimate but only 42¢ total for both of the Schicks.
For those of us who lives in states with sales tax, it is always awesome when you don't have to pay tax on the coupon amount.
Yeah, I figured that out yesterday and changed my post. You must have been working off of the emailed version of the post.
I just got confused initially because you did not use any $ symbols, so I thought you were saying "2 coupon and 1 coupon", I thought you meant 3 coupons, not $3 in coupons.
Anyway, all good. Thanks