Thursday, October 21, 2010

Rite Aid

Simply Saline $3.99
Children's Chestal $4.99 - $1.50 MC
Cold Buster $6.49
Children's Oscillococcinum $4.99
Less $4 off $20
Less $4.98 +Up Rewards
Less $4.85 on gift card (received free from previous SCR)

Total: $5.81
Saved 71%
Will submit for $20.46 in SCR ($3.99 Simply Saline, $4.99 Chestal, $6.49 Cold Buster and $4.99 Oscill.)

My one year old daughter and I ran to Rite Aid after we dropped my three year old son off at school. I had +Up Rewards that were expiring on Saturday and I felt like getting out of the house for a bit. There was a $2.00 coupon for the Oscill. that I could have used but it was a pdf and I feel weird using pdf's. There was also a $1.00 Simply Saline coupon but I forgot about it until right now.

It is so funny, because the Simply Saline is for kids but there is no way in you know where that my son would ever let me put that stuff up his nose. My husband would have to restrain him with all his might- have you ever had to battle a three year old having a screaming tantrum?- while I sprayed it. Then we would have to listen to him cry for half an hour about how mean we were by spraying stuff up his nose. Then he would ask for a snack and to watch Dino Dan as if he wasn't just screaming bloody murder. I would love to capture one of his "off" moments on video and play it back to him so he could see how he acts (or to embarrass him when he is a teenager) but I somehow think it would traumatize him- sometimes I even feel a bit traumatized!

1 comment:

  1. We are almost addicted to the saline spray at house.

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