KathyAntetomaso_BusinessMath_Unit 1_Assignment_part2

429 20 a cost of 342 next we minus the 400

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the item was not considered on sale I also qualified for my employee discount of 20%. $4.29 -20% = a cost of $3.42, next we minus the $4.00 manufacturer coupon. This put my total at CVS owing me $.58 (-.58). I would purchase 8 at a time which would put CVS owing me $4.64(- $4.64). They do not give you the negative balance, but do allow you to use it. I would use it to get a 9 th item free. When the transaction was over the computer automatically printed out a $4.00 Extra Bucks coupon for each of the 9 shaving gels leaving me with 9 shaving gels and $36.00 in CVS cash still to use with absolutely no out of pocket expense. I work in over 70 different CVSs’ so I was able to do this a lot. Lucky for me they do not go bad and they store well. I still have about 150 cans left and it’s been about 6 months. When the week was over I had 186 shaving gels and $744 in CVS cash to use. I used the Extra Bucks to stock pile things like paper products,
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sun screen, tooth paste, saline solution, shampoo, conditioner and feminine products. I won’t have to buy any of those things for another year. Now that was an awesome money saving deal. One of the steps I took in order to acquire the largest amount of savings was to keep track of the coupons I had then cross checking them with the CVS sales ad. Cutting all of the coupons
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