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CVS deals 1/6!

Posted January 5, 2013
Updated January 6, 2013

 

There are some good deals at CVS this week for Stayfree (free!), Good n Natural bar, Trident, Mitchum, Listerine, Bengay and more. There is also a new CVS Cash gift card promotion available. Links to the printable coupons for the following deals can be found in the box to the left.

 

 

Stayfree pads, all, BOGO – BOGO coupon possibly in 1/6 SS = 2 for FREE!

Culturelle Probiotic, 30 count, excludes children’s), $10 - $10- Extrabuck = Free, limit 1

Various Bayer and Contour glucose monitoring systems, $9.99 - $9.99 Extrabucks and $7 A1CNow Selfcheck coupon or $5 Contour USB meter = Free

Good n Natural bar, .99 – free product coupon possibly in 1/6 inserts = Free

Listerine Ultraclean, Total Care or Advanced 500 ml
Sale: $3.99
Store coupon: $2 coupon at in-store coupon kiosk
Coupon: $1 manufacturer’s coupon possibly in 1/6 inserts AND $1.25 ibotta coupon
Total after both coupons = .99 at the register and then get $1.25 back into your ibotta account making it free after ibotta credit!

Trident gum, 9 – 18 count, 4 for $3 - $1/3 coupon possibly in 1/6 inserts = 3 for $2 (.67 each)

Met-Rx bars, 3 for $5 – possible $2/2 in 1/6 inserts = .66 each

Pure Protein bar, $1.25 – possible $1/2 coupon in 1/6 inserts = .83 each

Mitchum or lady mitchum, $1,99 - $1 coupon possibly in 1/6 inserts = .99

Nivea lip care, 2 for $5 - $3/2 coupon possibly in 1/6 inserts = 2 for $2

Special K cereal or bars
Sale: $2.50
Extrabucks: $1 when you buy 2
Coupons: $1/2 coupon from Kellogg’s website, .70 cereal coupon recently available on Smart Shopper coupons link in box above, $1/3 coupon possibly from 1/6 RP
Total after 2 of the .70 coupons = $1.30, total after $1/2 coupon = $1.50 each

Tom’s of Maine antiperspirant/Deodorant or toothpaste
Sale: 2 for $6
Extrabuck: $3 when you buy 2
Total after Extrabucks = 2 for $3 ($1.50 each – a good price if you are brand loyal to Tom’s)

Bengay, 2 oz.
Sale: $5.49
Extrabucks: $2.00, limit 1
Coupn: $2 coupon possibly in 1/6 inserts
Total after Extrabucks and coupon = $1.49

Polident tablets, Poligrip or strips
Sale: $4.99
Extrabucks: $1.00, limit 2
Coupons: $1 and $2 coupons possibly in 1/6 RP
Total after $2 coupon and Extrabucks = $1.99

Orange juice, 64 oz., $1.99

Coricidin
Sale: $5.99
Extrabucks: $3 Extrabucks when you buy 3
Coupon: $2 coupon from 12/2 SS, $2 coupon printing from Smart Shopper coupons in link above recently
Total after 2 coupons and Extrabucks = $2.49 each
There was also a $2/10 cold purchase coupon that printed from the in-store coupon kiosk last week

$5 Extrabucks when you buy 2 Bounty 12 pack paper towels and/or Charmin 16 pack bath tissue
Sale: 2 for $20
Extrabucks: $5.00, limit 1
Coupons: .25 coupon for Bounty and Charmin from 12/20 PG
Total after 2 coupons and Extrabucks = 2 for $14.50 ($7.25 each, which is the same as paying $5.44 for a 12 pack of Charmin – an ok deal- it makes each roll .45 each)

$6 Extrabucks when you spend $20 on various products including Alka Seltzer, Colon Health, One a Day, Flintstone Gummies, Citracal, Bayer and Aleve
Sale: Buy 1 Get 1 for 50% off
Coupons: $1 Alka Seltzer printable, $2 Aleve coupon, various coupons from 12/2 and 1/6

Free $10 CVS Cash Card gift card when you spend $30 or more on participating products including Coke, All, various bottled water, various Hershey’s chocolate and more. See the ad and in the store for the CVS cash symbol indicating participating items. The CVS Cash comes in the form of a coupon at the end of your receipt. Then you hand the coupon to the cashier and he/she processes it for a $10 CVS gift card. That’s what happened last time they offered CVS Cash.

All CVS vitamins BOGO

CVS Batteries, select, BOGO

Free scale when you spend $30 or more on qualifying weight loss products

Pampers jumbo pack diapers ($9.49) and wipes 192 – 216 count ($5.99)
Extrabucks: $3.00, limit 1
Coupon: $2/2 coupon for Pampers and .50/1 wipes coupon from 12/30 P&G

$10 Extrabucks when you spend $30 on participating Johnson & Johnson products shown in the ad.

For a more extensive drug store deals post including makeup, hair color and other deals, I recommend you head to iheartcvs.com.

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  • sleath24 Jan 10, 8:12 p.m.

    Yeah but what gets me is the prices. I don't still I get there and it throws me off

  • pss3 Jan 9, 3:14 p.m.

    Sounds like you got some great deals and figuring out the system!

  • sleath24 Jan 8, 9:11 a.m.

    I went back and got 4 boxes of Vitamins $6.99 each ... They were BOGO 1/2 off... Plus $9.00 plus ... $10 ECB...total was $2.73 .. Receiving $6.00 ECB

  • sleath24 Jan 7, 11:34 p.m.

    So I went and spent about $6 on first transaction. 2nd O spent 30 for $10.00

  • sleath24 Jan 7, 5:33 p.m.

    I'm heading now to try...

  • sleath24 Jan 7, 5:32 p.m.

    Pss3 oooo ok I c now.

  • pss3 Jan 7, 4:58 p.m.

    So, my actual two transactions looked like this:

    #1: 2 Stayfree pads, 1 Bayer A1C meter, 1 pampers diapers, 1 pampers wipes. I used a bogo Stayfree coupon, a $7 off Bayer coupon, $2/1 pampers diapers, and .50/1 wipes. I used my $10 and $4 ECB's, paid $2.44 OOP and got $13 in ECB'S back.

    #2: 1 simple facial cleanser, 1 simple facial moisturizer, 1 Nivea shaving cream, 1 Nivea after shave cream, and a birthday card. I used $2/1 simple cleanser, 1 $3/1 simple moisturizer, free shaving cream when you buy after shave cream, and a $4/20 facial care coupon that printed from the cvs coupon machine. Used the $13 ECB's from transaction 1 and paid $2.28 OOP then got $10 ECB's for next time.

  • pss3 Jan 7, 4:39 p.m.

    Sleath24, the trick is to buy items that give you ECB's and then use those ECB's to buy more items with ECB's. For example, Aveeno lotion this week is on sale and if you buy 2 lotions, you get a $6 ECB back. There was a $3/2 Aveeno coupon in this week's paper. So if you used that coupon with two of the least expensive lotions (I think they are around $4) you would spend about $5 OOP and get a $6 ECB that you can use on your next purchase.

    For the deals I got this week, I had a $10 ECB from last week plus my quarterly ECB of $4 (CVS gives you 2% of your actual cash spent back each quarter). I did two transactions to help keep my costs low by using the ECB's from the first transaction on the second.

  • sleath24 Jan 7, 2:26 p.m.

    To pss3....may I ask how u did that.. I'm a first time shopper going for the deals at cvs..... Any advice? It seems like I'm missing how to do it. Please help!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 6, 7:59 p.m.

    Diane - with CVS, if an item is on sale BOGO and you have a BOGO coupon, both will be free. The coupon pays for one of the items and the CVS sale pays for the other one. When I went today, I bought 4 packages, used 2 BOGO coupons, and all 4 were free.

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