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CVS deals 11/10: Super Pepsi deals, pain reliever (FREE!), toothpaste & more!

Posted November 9, 2013



CVS has some very good buys starting on Sunday, 11/10, including some super Pepsi deals valid Sunday and Monday, CVS pain reliever (FREE after coupon!), Colgate toothpaste, Angel Soft, Quilted Northern bath tissue & more! Please share any other good deals you find!

The CVS coupon policy can be found on their website at

Reminder: Check your CVS coupons from the coupon kiosks for the last couple weeks to see if you have any to go with the deals below.

Double Quarterly Extrabucks! CVS is offering Double Quarterly Extrabucks from September 16 - December 15 for in-store and online purchases when you sign up! The DOUBLE Quarterly ExtraBucks Rewards will be available on, at the bottom of your in-store receipt or at the ExtraCare Coupon Center starting 1/1/14.
You can sign up for the double rewards promotion on the CVS website. For more information on the Quarterly Extrabucks, click the link in the box above.

These deals are valid 11/10 – 11/16.


2-Day Sale (Sunday and Monday only)

Pepsi, 7UP, A&W, Canada Dry, Sunkist, 2 ltr.
Sale: 2 for $1 – great deal
Limit 4
After Monday, these are .99 each

Pepsi 12 oz cans (ad shows Pepsi, Diet Pepsi and Sierra Mist cans)
Sale: 4 for $10
Limit 6 of the 12 packs
After Monday these are 3 for $9


Lindt chocolate bars, 2 for $5 - $2/1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link recently = .50 each (these have been free at many places lately including Walgreens through 11/9)

Holiday M&M’s, 9.9 – 12.6 oz, 2 for $5 - $1 coupon from 10/27 RP = $1.50 each with 2 coupons

Ghirardelli pouches or Lindt truffles, 2 for $7
Coupons: $2 Lindt coupon from the Smart Shopper coupons link above, $2 Ghirardelli printable coupon from their website when you make an easy online card and share it
Total = $1.50 each

Nabisco Wheat Thins, 2 for $4 - $1/2 coupon from 10/20 SS = $1.50 each


CVS acetaminophen, 24 count (excludes PM), $4.99 - $4.99 coupon from in-store coupon kiosk = FREE! Limit 1

Colgate MaxClean, MaxWhite or MaxFresh toothpaste, 6 oz, $3 - $2.50 Extrabucks = .50, limit 2 rewards (the coupon that will probably be in the 11/10 SS insert is not valid on the Max varieties)

Dawn dish liquid, 9 oz., .88 - .25/1 coupon from 10/27 PG = .63

Colgate Total 1 ltr or Optic White rinse 32 oz.
Sale: $5.99
Extrabucks: $3 reward, limit 2
Coupon: $2 coupon on Smart Shopper coupons link recently
Total after coupon and reward = .99

Xtra liquid laundry detergent, 30 loads, $2.00

Clairol Nice n Easy, Root Touch Up or Natural Instincts hair color
Sale: $5.99
Extrabucks: $2 reward, limit 1
Coupon: $5/2 coupon from 10/27 PG
Total after coupon and reward = $2.49 each when you buy 2
There is also a $15 off $50 PG printable coupon available right now and the Clairol are included.

Coricidin HBP, 16 – 20 count or Afrin spray .5 oz, $5.88 – possible $3 and $1 coupons from 11/10 SS = $2.88 if we get the $3 coupon

$5 Extrabucks reward when you buy 3 Sparkle 8 pack paper towels, Quilted Northern plush 9 count, Angel Soft bath tissue 12 pack or Total Home bath tissue 12 pack
Sale: 2 for $15
Coupons: .75/1 Quilted Northern printable coupon from their Facebook page, .55/1 Angel Soft printable coupon from their Facebook page, .25/1 coupon from
Scenario: Buy 1 Quilted, 1 Angel soft and 1 more participating item
Use a .75/1 Quilted coupon and a .25 Angel Soft coupon (because most of us have alredy printed the .55 one from their FB page) = $14 at the register
Total after coupons AND Extrabucks reward = $9 ($3 each – good deal)

$10 Extrabucks when you spend $30 on participating baby products including Luvs diapers jumbo pack, Pampers diapers jumbo pack, Pampers wipes 168 – 192 count, CVS diapers or training pants jumbo pack
Coupons: Recent coupons for Luvs and Pampers on Smart Shopper coupons link above, $1/2 Luvs coupon from 10/27 PG, $3/2 coupon when you buy both Pampers diapers and wipes

$10 Extrabucks reward when you spend $30 on seasonal décor, candles, trim a tree, light sets, wraps, etc.

All CVS batteries, BOGO, limit 6


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 11, 2013

    jondoe - thanks! Is that new? When I e-mailed them about it, they said there was no option for the ad online. I hope they continue to do the early preview they have done in the past as well. Thanks again!

  • Oxymoron02 Nov 11, 2013

    jondoe, you're awesome. Thank you. Now if they'd make it possible to get there after foolishly following a link in an email.

    Faye, I emailed them yesterday too.

  • jondoe Nov 11, 2013

    Faye, not sure if this works for everyone, but if I go directly to I get the traditional view of the actual print ad. I got here by google searching for "cvs weekly ad". Hope this helps.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 10, 2013

    Oxymoron02 - I agree and have e-mailed customer service to request that they give us back the traditional ad view even if they keep the new option as well. There is no way to see the actual ad online - only the new format - which is mighty annoying.

  • Oxymoron02 Nov 10, 2013

    Does anyone else find MyWeeklyAd annoying? Anyone know how to get past it to just view the ad?

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 10, 2013

    Really interesting feedback on the batteries. Thank you for sharing your experiences!

  • bluebird1075 Nov 9, 2013

    I haven't had good success with the CVS brand of batteries either! They just don't last very long at all.

  • labs Nov 8, 2013

    When CVS batteries were on sale I gave them a try and bought brand new dead batteries. Returning them was difficult because they were still within their expiration date. Go figure Would I wait till after the x date to return them?

  • luvstoQ Nov 7, 2013

    Am surprised to hear that CVS batteries were rated the worst - have been using them, as well as name brand ones for years, and not noticed any difference.

    I take Consumer Reports with a 'grain of salt' because I have caught them in too many false reports. I prefer to look for the average user reviews from 'real' people that can't be bought off (yes, I know they are 'supposed' to be unbiased). Over the years we have owned many small and large appliances that have lasted contrary to their reports.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 7, 2013

    turkeydance - did not know that. Thanks for the link!

    Since the information in the article is based on a 2009 battery test by Consumer Reports, hopefully CVS has improved the quality.

    I have to disagree on the water and cereal comments on this story, though. Name brand bottled water is almost always too expensive, even when on sale. My buy price is $2 or less for 24 bottles and all the drug stores offer this price from time to time, usually on their store brand. Even the article's cheaper example of $3.49 is a ridiculously high price to pay for 24 bottles of water.

    And regarding cereal, CVS sometimes has cereal in my buy price range of $1.00 per box or less after sales, coupons & Extrabucks rewards, just like other stores. The problem is that the author is comparing the full price of these products and if folks are paying the full price for cereal or water at drug stores & grocery stores, they need a much more serious intervention than this article! :-)