First, I found Baking Soda that had a rebate attached for a free liquid laundry detergent when I bought both items. The baking soda was 69 cents--so that was a fine enough deal in itself. But what did I see when I went to the detergent isle was a "Free Dryer Sheet via rebate" sticker on the powdered box of detergent. I took it off to read the details on the back and it stated: "Buy and A&H 2-1 dryer cloths plus any A&H Laundry Detergent and receive a refund check [for the cloths]" The word, "Any" was key which meant the rebate for the cloths would work just fine with the purchase of the liquid detergent. Sweet!
Since I was already buying the detergent, I just added the cloths to my purchase. To make the deal even sweeter, at checkout I was able to use two coupons I had in my coupon binder (which is just a picture album split into categories). And I MADE SURE TO REMEMBER TO PRINT A DOUBLE RECEIPT! Because with both rebates, you need to have an actual receipt from the store-no copies.
So here's a breakdown of numbers
•Cloths = 3.50 = Free after Rebate
•A&H Detergent = 4.99 =Free after Rebate
•Baking Soda= .69
• Add two $1 off coupons = $1.31 moneymaker! -tax, and stamps.
Now of course, in the fine print it says limit one refund per family--however, these refunds are under different program numbers and allow two different envelopes so I'm pretty sure both rebates will be honored. If not, it was still a fine deal and I'm not too worried.