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CVS deals 2/10: Colgate, Ajax, Halls, Coke & more!

Posted February 9, 2013

 

CVS has some very good deals starting 2/10 including Coke 2 ltrs, Cogate toothpaste (FREE), Ajax, Halls, 7UP and more!  These deals are valid 2/10 – 2/16.

Free $9 coupon book at the Minute Clinic, no purchase necessary, while supplies last. See ad for more details.

Colgate Maxclean, Maxwhite, Maxfresh toothpaste, 6 oz.
Sale: $3.00
Store coupon: $2.50 CVS coupon from the in-store coupon kiosk
Coupon: .50 coupon from 2/3 SS, possible .50/1 from 2/10 SS
Total after store and manufacturer’s coupons (you can use both on the same item) = FREE!

Ajax dish liquid, 14 oz., .88 - .35/1 from 2/3 SS = .53

Halls cough drops, 17 – 30 count
Sale: 2 for $3
ECB: $1 Extrabucks when you buy 2
Coupon: $1/2 from 2/3 SS
Total after coupon and reward = .50 each

Right Guard Total Defense deodorant
Sale: $2.99
ECB: $2 reward when you buy 2
Coupon: $2/2 printable coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above recently
Total after reward and coupon = .99 each

Nivea lip care, 2 for $5 - $3/2 possible coupon in 2/10 insert = $1 each

7UP, 2 ltr., $1.00

Colgate Optic White rinse, 16 oz
Sale: $4.99
Extrabucks: $2.50
Coupon: .75/1 coupon for 8 oz or larger from 2/3 SS
Total after reward and coupon = $1.74
There is also an ibotta digital coupon for up to $1.25 off

Advil congestion relief, 10 count or Cold & Sinus 20 count
Sale: $4.95
Coupon: possible $3 coupon from 2/10 RP, $1 coupon from 12/9 RP
Total after $3 coupon = $1.95
There is also an ibotta digital coupon for up to .75 off

Orange juice, 64 oz, $2 (brands vary by store)

Hershey’s Valentine kisses or Reese’s big bag, 18.5 oz
Sale: 2 for $10
ECB: $3 Extrabucks when you buy 2
Coupon: $1/2 coupon from 1/20 SS
Total after coupon and reward = $3 each

Schick Hydro disposables for men or women, 3 count
Extrabucks: $4.00, limit 1
Coupon: possible $4 coupon in 2/10 insert

$4 Extrabucks reward when you spend $8 on Conair or Scunci hair accessories and hairbrushes, limit 1

$5 Extrabucks rewards when you spend $15 on participating Coke, Planters, Hershey’s or Brookside products in the ad including:
Coke 2 ltrs are .99
Coke 12-packs, 3 for $10
Planters peanuts 16 oz, $3.49 - $1 coupon from 1/27 SS
Simple Pleasures pouch, $3 - $1.50/1 coupon from 1/6 SS
Scenario: Buy 16 Coke 2ltrs and after $5 reward the total = .68 each
Scenario: Buy 6 Coke 12 packs and after $5 reward = $2.50 each
There are also various ibotta digital coupons for Coke products available

$5 Extrabucks when you spend $15 on participating Dove and Degree products – various coupons from 1/27 RP

Spend $30 on iTunes or App store cards and get a $5 Extrabucks reward, limit 1

$10 Extrabucks reward when you spend $30 or more on participating Proctor & Gamble products including various Bounty paper towels, Tide, Gain, Puffs, Charmin, Oley, Gillette, Prilosec, Secret, Old Spice, ZzzQuil, NyQuil, Always, Tampax, Aligh, Pepto, Pantene
Coupons: There were various coupons for many of these in the 1/27 PG insert
SavignStar.com: There is also a $5 Savingstar credit when you buy $20 in participating Charmin, Mr. Clean and Febreeze products through March 28th.

CVS batteries, all, BOGO

New Pharmacy & Health Rewards program: Earn 10 credits and get a $5 Extarbucks reward. Here are the ways you can earn credits:

Fill a new prescription = 1 credit
Refill a prescription = 1 credit
Fill or refill a 90-day prescription = 3 credits
Get a flu shot or vaccination from a CVS pharmacist = 1 credit
Add prescription management and take care of prescriptions on CVS.com = 3 credits
Sign up for prescription text alerts on CVS.com = 1 credit
Sign up for Refill Reminder emails on CVS.com = 1 credit

The Extrabucks rewards will be available about a week after you have earned 10 credits. They will print on the receipt or at the ExtraCare Coupon Center kiosk found in stores. The rewards are also available to print online at cvs.com through your online account. You can earn up to $50 Pharmacy & Health ExtraBucks Rewards per year.

For more information, head to CVS.com.


 

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