Last week Safeway had a coupon in the paper for a $30 gift card with a new or transferred prescription. I happened to have a new prescription for my daughter's excema cream so I took it to Safeway to fill. The cream cost $10 after insurance, so the remaining $20 gift card paid for my Safeway shopping this week!
I also spent about $27 at Family Thrift Center. My favorite buy was using the $1.00 off Farmland breakfast sausage coupons since the sausage was on sale for $1.39. So I got 2 pounds of sausage for 0.39/pound!
At Walgreens I did the Dixie deal. It was a bit frustrating since I went to one Walgreens and they had only 3 packages of plates left. I bought 2 using the buy one get one free coupon in the ad. Then a $3 off any 2 Dixie products coupon printed. So I took that to another Walgreens hoping to buy a bunch more, but they also only had 3 packages of plates left! I bought 2, using the BOGO ad coupon and the Dixie coupon that had printed, so got both for $1. I also bought two packages of bowls for $1. Another $3 coupon printed, so today I finally got to go to a third Walgreens to use it. They, amazingly, had TONS of plates left, so I was hoping to buy them all. Alas, after doing the first transaction, no $3 coupon printed, so I guess this deal is done. So I got 8 packages of high quality paper products for $8, but I was disappointed because I had had such high expectations!
EDITED TO ADD: anonymous - I have successfully used RR's to pay for transactions that generate RR's many times. However, you generally cannot do the same deal repeatedly, eg using RR's from a diaper deal to pay for that same diaper deal. Also, you cannot use RR's from a particular manufacturer to generate RR's on any other deal from that same manufacturer, eg P&G. Hope that helps!