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CVS deals 1-9

Posted January 8, 2011

The CVS deals this week include free Reese's, Snickers and Finish products as well as some good deals on Gas-X, Renuzit and Ziploc bags. If you are a Pepsi drinker, there is also a good deal on the 12 packs.

Deals valid January 9 – January 15

Reese’s minis, Hersheys Drops $1.59 - $1.59 ECB = FREE, limit 1

Snickers singles .89 - .89 ECB = FREE, limit 1

Airwick, Finish, or Lysol Products ECB Deal
ECB: $10 ECB when you buy $20 of the following products, limit 1
Qualifying products include:
Jet Dry Rinse, Finish Gel Pacs or Tabs, Lysol NeutraAir, Toilet Cleaner, All-Purpose Cleaner, Wipes on sale for $3.00
Lysol Disinfecting Spray on sale for $4.00
Air Wick Scented Oil Refill, Freshmatic Refill, iMotion Refill on sale for $5.00
Lysol or Airwick Ultra Freshmatic Kits on sale for $6.00
Scenario: Buy 3 Finish gelpacs for $3 each and 2 Airwick Freshmatic Ultra kits for $6 each
Use: 3 $2.25/1 Finish coupons from ½ and 2 Airwick Freshmatic Ultra starter kit coupons for $4/1 from ½
Total paid at register = $6.25
Earn $10 in ECB’s. Total after coupons and ECB’s = FREE ($3.75 money maker!)
If you have 7 of the Finish $2.25 coupons, it’s a $4.75 money maker after ECB!

Gas-X, Maalox, Prevacid, Benefiber ECB Deal
ECB: $10 ECB when you buy $20 worth, limit 1
MQ: $4/1 Gas-X prevention coupon from 12/12, $1 Gas-X coupon from 1-9, $5 off Maalox coupon from 1-9, $3 Prevacid coupon from 1-9, $2 Benefiber coupon from 1-9
This is a great deal using the $4 and $5 coupons with the ECB!

Renuzit Adjustables
Sale: .88
MQ: coupon for Buy three and get three of the same size FREE, good on all singles, (max. value $4.17) from 1-9
Total after coupon = .44 each

Ziploc bags, Scrubbing Bubbles, Shout, Fantastik, Windex
Sale: $2.50
ECB: $1 when you buy 2
MQ: $1.25/2 Ziploc from 1-9, .55/1 Shout from 1-9, $1/2 Scrubbing Bubbles from 1-9, $1/2 Windex from 1-9, .75/1 Fantastic from 1-9
Total for 2 items with a $1/2 coupon after ECB = $1.50 each
Total for 2 Ziploc with $1.25/2 coupon = $1.37 each

Nature Valley Granola bars or General Mills cereal
Sale: 3 for $10
ECB: $4 when you buy 3
MQ: $1/2 Nature Valley printable from Pillsbury.com, .75/2 Nature Valley coupon from 1-2, $1 Wheaties printable, $1/3 select General Mills cereals coupon from ½, $1/2 select General Mills cereals from 1/9, various .55, $1/2 and .50 General Mills cereal printable coupons on couponnetwork.com, .50/1 Nature Valley printable from couponnetwork.com
Total for 3 Nature Valley with three .50/1 coupons after ECB = $1.50 each

Pepsi 12 pack
Sale: 3 for $10
ECB” $10 ECB when you buy 6
Total for 6 after ECB = $10 ($1.66 each – a good deal if you drink soda)

Pepsi products ECB Deal (different from the one above so you can do both)
ECB: Buy $20 worth of the following products and get a $10 ECB
Pepsi 12 pack on sale 3 for $10
Pepsi 2 ltr or Sobe on sale for $1
Doritos or Lays chips 10.5 – 13 oz $2.50
Izze 4 pack $2.99 - $1 printable when you Like them on Facebook
Amp or Starbucks Frappuccino 4 pack on sale for $4.99

Infusium 23
Sale: $5.99
ECB: $2.00
MQ: $2 coupon from All You Magazine December 2010
Total after mq and ECB = $1.99

L’Oreal cosmetics
ECB: $3 ECB when you buy $10, limit 1
MQ: $2/1 eye cosmetic coupon from 12-12, $1 printable

 

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  • flicker Jan 11, 2011

    Very helpful! Thanks!!

  • t0tAlChA0s Jan 11, 2011

    flicker, you can also roll those ecbs over to the next weeks sales!

  • t0tAlChA0s Jan 11, 2011

    BeckiRN, it is two different deals, so it looks like you would have to buy the 6 for the first one and get $10 ecb, then buy an additional $20 in product and get another $10 ecb.

    flicker, You need a card, they can give you one at the store. When you purchase select items, they scan your card and you pay the sale/regular price, minus any coupons you have for that item. When the transaction is over, it will print out the Extra Care Bucks at the bottom of your receipt for you to use on your next purchase. Excluding prescriptions, tobacco, alcohol, gift cards etc.

    Hope that helps a least a little! Happy deal hunting!

  • flicker Jan 10, 2011

    How do the ECBs work? Is it automatic or do I need a card? Some great deals I don't want to miss out on!!

  • beckiRN Jan 10, 2011

    I think I have this right, but want to confirm before I head out to the store. If I purchase 6 12 packs of Pepsi, I will get $20 in ECB due to both of the promotions?

  • t0tAlChA0s Jan 10, 2011

    coupongirl, that would be one per household, per week. The limits are for the duration of that sale.

  • coupongirl132 Jan 9, 2011

    I am looking at the CVS ad and I am interested in purchasing the contact solution and receiving the $5 ECB. The ad says one per household. Is that one per household per day? Per order? or per week?

  • t0tAlChA0s Jan 9, 2011

    Oh I did Nancy! muahahaha I came out of CVS spending $2.05 for $47.64 in products. $1.89 of that was tax! Got back $14.50 in ECBs and still have $12 left from last week! I love it!!

  • Nancy Jan 9, 2011

    Well, I'm being the coupon 'delinquent' again this week - have not even gone outside to get my papers/coupons AND my plan is to watch football all day :)

    I didn't get to all the drug stores last week and it looks like, weather delays included, I won't be getting to them until late in the week. Which, as we know, means there probably won't be items on the deals left.

    It's all good though! I really don't need anything except the freebies or near freebies and that's only because I hate passing up FREE :)

    Total - tear it up girl!

  • t0tAlChA0s Jan 9, 2011

    FYI When I scanned my card at the coupon machine it spit out a $1.00 for the Reese's minis. $1.00 money maker. =)

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