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CVS deals 7/26: Colgate Mouthwash (FREE!), Oral-B, Pepsi & more!

Posted July 26, 2015

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CVS has some great buys starting Sunday, 7/26 including Colgate Mouthwash (FREE!), Oral-B battery toothbrush, Schick razors, Purex, Playtex, 7UP, Starbucks, Pepsi & more! There is also a 30% off store brand promo with a free reusable bag!

The CVS coupon policy can be found on their website at cvs.com. For a summary of their policy, see the information below the deals list.

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.

These deals are valid Sunday, 7/26/15 – Saturday, 8/1/15.

$3 Extrabucks reward: Download the CVS app and link your Extrabucks reward card and get a $3 Extrabucks reward

30% off Store coupon: 30% off CVS brands with coupon at in-store kiosk. Get a free CVS cloth bag when you buy CVS brands.

Food

Arizona tea and drinks, 20 – 23.5 oz, 2 for $1

7UP, 2 ltr, .99 - .30 coupon from in-store kiosk = .69 (limit 1 with coupon and 4 for .99)

Kellogg’s cereal select or Pop Tarts

Sale: 2 for $4

Coupon: $1/1 coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 reward points, various Kellogg’s cereal and Pop Tart coupons from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com in the Coupons tab, $1/2 cereal coupon from 6/28 RP, various .70/1 cereal coupons for new varieties from 7/12 RP (if your store carries them)

Pepsi, 2 ltr bottle, 2 for $2, limit 2 (must buy 2 for sale price)

Just the Basics bottled water, 24 pack, $2.44

Starbucks coffee, 12 oz or 10 count k-cups, $6.99

Coupons: $2 K-cup coupons from 7/12 and 5/10 SS, $3/2 k-cups coupon from SmartSource.com recently

Total after $2 coupon = $4.99

$3 Extrabucks reward when you buy $10 worth of participating Act II Popcorn (3 pack for $1), David sunflower seeds for $1, Poppycock for $2.50, Gold Emblem various nuts for 2 for $10, Gold Emblem peanuts, 16 oz for $2.99, Limit 1 offer

Non-Food

Colgate Total mouthwash, 33.8 oz

Sale: $4.79

Store coupon: $2.79 coupon from in-store kiosk, limit 1

Coupon: $2/1 coupon possibly in 7/26 SS

Total after both coupons = FREE!

Renuzit gel air freshener, 7 oz, .88 each – Buy 3 Get 1 Free coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above = .66 each when you buy 4 total

Oral B Cross Action battery toothbrush, 1 count or refill 2 count

Sale: $5.99

Extrabucks: $3 reward, limit 1

Coupon: $2 coupon from 7/26 PG

Total after coupon and reward = .99

Schick disposable razors, 3 – 12 count, $5.99 - $4 coupon possibly in 7/26 SS = $1.99, limit 2

Purex laundry detergent, 43.5 – 50 oz, $1.99

Head & Shoulders 12.8 – 14.2 oz., 2 for $10 - $5/2 coupon from 7/26 PG = 2 for $5 ($2.50 each)

Playtex tampons, select 32 – 40 count

Sale: $7.99

Extrabucks: $3.00, limit 1

Coupon: $2/1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above, $1 coupon possibly in 7/26 SS

Total after $2 coupon and reward = $7.99

Visine or Visine A, 15 ml, $4.49 - $1.50 coupon possibly in 7/26 SS = $2.99

Coppertone sun care sprays

Sale: $8.99

Extrabucks: $2 reward, limit 1 offer

Coupon: $3/2 coupon for kids sprays from Smart Shopper coupons link above, $1 coupons from 7/26 SS or Coppertone.com

Suave hair care, body wash, body lotion or deodorant, select

Sale: Buy 1 Get 1 for 50% off

Coupons: various coupons from 7/26 RP including .50/2 Suave hair care, BOGO body wash, .50/1 deodorant, $1/2 kids hair care, BOGO Suave Professionals Gold Infusion, $2/1 Suave Professionals Luxe style Infusion styling product

Wet n Wild cosmetics, Buy 2 Get 3rd Free – possible .25 to $1 coupons in the 7/26 SS

Nature Made vitamins, select, BOGO - $2/2 coupon possibly in 7/26 SS

CVS vitamins, BOGO

$10 Extrabucks when you spend $20 on participating Colgate, Speed Stick, Softsoap, Irish Spring

Coupons: Possible coupons in 7/26 inserts including BOGO Speed Stick, .50/1 Colgate, .75 Softsoap body wash, $2 and .50/1 Irish Spring body wash, select

$5 Extrabucks when you spend $20 on participating P&G products in the ad

Coupons: See the 7/26 and 7/5 PG inserts for coupons to match sales, various Pantene coupons from Smart Shopper coupons link above, .50/1 Charmin Basics coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link recently, various Olay coupons from Smart Shopper coupons link above, $20 Olay mail in rebate when you buy $50 worth (see ad for details)

School Supplies

Krazy glue or Elmer’s glue sticks, 1 – 3 count, .99

$5 Extrabucks when you spend $20 on select Crayola and Caliber school supplies on sale Buy 1 Get 1 for 50% off

$5 Extrabucks reward on Backpacks with a regular retail price of $9.99, limit 1

CVS Coupon Policy Basics

* Must have CVS Extrabucks reward card to earn rewards and get sales prices and store coupons

* Receive instant rebates in the form of a coupon after transaction when you buy qualified items (called Extrabucks, ECB’s or EB’s). These Extrabucks can be used on your next transaction on almost any product in the store (excludes things link alcohol, tobacco, stamps, gift cards, etc)

* You can “stack” store coupons from the in-store kiosk, register coupons, printable coupons from their website with manufacturer coupons

* Extrabucks can be used in addition to store coupons from the in-store kiosk, register coupons, printable coupons from their website and manufacturer coupons

* You can use a coupon on each item in a BOGO sale

* You can use a BOGO coupon on a BOGO sale at CVS

The full CVS coupon policy can be found on their website at cvs.com

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  • North Raleigh Dad Jul 27, 2015

    Don't know if anyone else had this but my kiosk coupon for the mouthwash had MFG printed on the top. They only allow one mfg coupon so that might explain why some are having issues. Trying to use 2 MFG coupons.

  • readingtou Jul 27, 2015

    I agree about the cvs deals. When I scanned my card today I only got 3 coupons and one of those was the mouthwash and another was for the 30% off cvs brands. Nothing exciting and they haven't sent me a deal like $3 off $15 or $5 off $20 in forever.

  • dianelucasrat Jul 27, 2015

    CVS in Wilson -- I scanned the Colgate mouthwash $6.79 twice I also double checked the sales paper twice -- Didn't want a problem so I put it back. I did have to go back in for a refund, didn't notice that the razors $5.99 has a limit of 2 so one of mine ran up for9.79 I returned it for credit.

    Has anyone else noticed that CVS hasn't had any DEALS lately?? I normally have numerous sent to my phone, but here lately I haven't!!

  • larindap3 Jul 27, 2015

    I had the same problem with the mouthwash. The clerk was talking about how bad his last job was and rang up 2 of the mouthwashes. I noticed that and got it taken off before leaving the parking lot. I had asked about it not being the right price when it rang up to begin with, but he said that it would ring up correctly at the end of the tranaction, it didn't. I wasn't going back in the store again for a mistake that they made. So, i went straight home and wrote an email to customer service. This is the second time that i have had issues at the new Clayton store. The last time they got it straighten out well, let' see how it works out this time. I should have known there would be a problem. A lady was having an issue with him when i went in the store and had a line backed up. It has been wonderful having this new store, that has things stocked (unlike the usual Clayton store), but the issues are starting to pile up....

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Jul 27, 2015

    krisann549 - if you were buying the 33.8 oz Colgate Total mouthwash, the ad clearly indicates it is $4.79 on sale before any coupons. I'm sorry your cashier didn't realize that. Good job returning it. If you are back at CVS again this week, I would try again and ask to speak with a manager if it does not ring up correctly.

  • krisann549 Jul 26, 2015

    Check your receipt if you buy the Colgate Total mouthwash. Mine rang up as $6.79, the normal price, not the $4.79 sale price. The cashier told me $4.79 was the price after the $2.79 coupon, which doesn't even add up correctly. So I returned the product.