I haven’t shopped at CVS in a while. It’s mostly because I haven’t had much extra time and also because I haven’t really needed anything. I finished up at school yesterday so now I’ll have more time for blogging and finding deals. I’ve missed you all.
Here are the deals I got at CVS today.
12 pack of Pepsi – reg $4.99, $3.34 sale
-used CVS coupon to get 12 pk for $.99
*This deal is good for today only!
Zyrtec 5 ct – reg $6.99, $5.99 sale
-used $4 coupon from 4/10 RP
-received $5.99 ECB
*final total = FREE plus $4 money maker
(2) two pk Nyquil (20 oz) – reg $13.29, $3.32 clearance
-Used CVS coupon for $3 off $10 first aid products.
The regular price of these items was $38.62.
Total purchase: $6.62 minus $5.99 ECB = $.63
Be sure to scan your CVS card at the CVS coupon machine. Happy saving!
June 14, 2011
On Wednesday, June 15 you can a 12 pack of Pepsi at CVS for only $.99! To get your coupon simply scan your extracare card at the CVS coupon center. Limit one 12 pack per coupon. This offer is available on 6/15/11 only.
March 21, 2011
I headed to CVS tonight after dinner. There were some things from the sales flyer that I wanted to purchase. Unfortunately, CVS was out of a few things that I wanted to get but I will check back later in the week. I’m pleased with today’s deals.
heart shaped sticky notes reg $1, clearance $.49
Colgate toothpaste reg $3.29, sale $2.99
-get back $2 ECB with purchase
-used $1 coupon = FREE
scunci multi-pack reg $2.99, clearance $.74
subtotal = $3.22
received $2 ECB back from toothpaste
received $1 ECB back from CVS green tag (when you use a reusable bag you can have them scan your tag and get $1 for every 4 uses)
Allegra allergy medicine reg $7.29, $6.99
-get back $6.99 ECB = FREE
-use $2 coupon from 3/6 SS which makes this a $2 money maker
(You can also get a printable coupon here.)
-used $2 ECB from transaction 1
-used $1 ECB from transaction 1
-used $2 coupon for allegra
subtotal = $1.99
The regular price of all of these items is $14.57. I spent $5.22 out of pocket but received back $6.99 in ECBs which makes today’s purchase FREE plus an overage of $1.77.
March 5, 2011
I stopped in to CVS tonight mainly to pick up the free Crest toothpaste. While I was there I walked around the store a little to see if there were any more deals. Here’s what I found:
Crest Pro Health toothpaste reg $3.49, sale $3.29
Buy 1 for $3.29 get back $3.29 in ECBs = FREE (limit 2)
Used $1 off coupon from 2/27/11 P&G
FREE plus $1 overage
Stay Free maxis $4.19 reg, $2.51 close out
Used buy 1 get 1 free coupon from 1/9/11 SS
Final price = $2.51 for 2
Depend for Women $7.29 reg, $1.82 close out
FYI – These aren’t for me.
I was disappointed that I could not find a coupon for the Depends. After leaving the store I discovered that there was a $2 coupon in the 12/20/11 SmartSource coupon packet which would make them free.
Total = $1.04
My total for both transactions was $3.33 for a savings of 83%. The great thing about shopping with coupons and saving so much money is that I am able to help others and pass on the savings.
Did you find any good deals this week?
January 30, 2011
I had some CVS Extra Care Bucks that were expiring today so I needed to make a trip to CVS so that I didn’t lose that money. Here’s what I got:
3 boxes Special K cereal
buy 3 for $10 and get back $4 ECBs
-used $1 off 3 RP
Final price: $1.67 each
In addition, I used
-$2 ECB (expired today)
-$3 ECB (expired today)
-$1 ECB (printed from CVS coupon kiosk)
Skippy peanut butter, reg $2.77
-used $.50 1/30/11 RP Insert (some papers have coupon for $.75/2)
Final price: $1.17
Aussie mousse and shampoo
-used B1G1 Herbal Essences or Aussie Styler WYB 1 12/26/2010 P&G Insert (exp 1/31/2011)
-get back $2 in ECBs when you buy 2 (limit 1)
Final price: $.98 for both
75% off = $.33 each
Dayquil, reg $8.49
-get back $1 ECB when you buy 1 (limit 1)
-used $2 CVS coupon (from CVS coupon kiosk)
-used $1.50/1 Vicks Dayquil 1/30/2011 PG Insert (exp 2/28/2011)
Final price: $.49
In addition, I used
-$4 ECB from Transaction 1
Today I spent $2.30 and $2.57 but brought $4 in ECBs home so that makes my OOP expense only $1.87. I am pleased with today’s deals.
What kinds of deals have you found this week?
December 31, 2010
During my trip to CVS earlier this week I was able to use some CVS Extra Care Bucks before they expired. I also got back $8 in ECBs which I used today for some other deals.
In today’s transaction, I spent 39 cents (pre-tax), saved over $36, and got back another $5 in ECBs. It was a great shopping trip.
3 Organic Honest Tea, regular $1.79 each
sale $1 each, purchase 3 and get back $1 ECB
used 3 $.50 coupons
final price after coupons and ECB = 3 for $.50 ($.17 each)
4 Vitamin Waters, regular $1.69 each
sale $1 each, purchase 3 and get back $1 ECB
used 2 buy 1 get 1 free coupons
final price after coupons and ECB = 4 for $1 ($.25 each)
Tone Body Wash, regular $5.49
sale $3.88, purchase 1 and get back $3 ECB
used $1 coupon
final price after coupon and ECB= FREE plus 12 cent money maker
Axe Body Wash, regular $4.99 each
sale $2.49 (close out)
used RP buy 1 get 1 free coupon
final price = $1.25 each
Oil of Olay multi-pack of soap, regular $6.49
sale $3.24 (close out)
used RP $2 coupon
final price = $1.24
M&Ms and Snickers, regular $.89
buy 2 get 1 free
When I was getting my coupons ready for another CVS today, I received a coupon in my inbox for $4 off a $20 purchase. I was super excited about that.
I got all of the items listed above (except the candy bars) and when I got to the register I thought I had a subtotal of over $20 (I think the tea sale tag was wrong on the shelf). Since I didn’t have $20 total, I had to grab something quick that wasn’t too expensive so I grabbed the candy bars. That was totally unexpected and something I didn’t need to purchase. Had I known in advance I would have purchased something more beneficial.
Today I had $14.49 in coupons and I used $8 ECBs from my trip earlier this week. My pretax total was $.39 and I received $5 in ECBs to use later.
Have you had any successful shopping trips this week?
December 27, 2010
Sometime around 8:45 pm tonight I went into a panic. I remembered that I had about $25 in CVS Extra Care Bucks that were expiring today. I grabbed my purse, today’s P&G insert, and arrived at CVS at 8:55 in hopes that they were closing at 10 pm. Thankfully they were and here at the deals I got tonight.
Pantene selected hair products, $4.99 regular price
sale $3.49 each, get $2 ECBs with purchase of 2 products (limit 1)
-use $3 off 2 coupon from 12/26 P&G
Final price = $.99 each
Always pads and pantyliners, $3.79 each
sale $3.00 each, get $2 ECBs with purchase of 2 (limit 1)
-use two $1 coupons from 12/26 P&G
Final price = $1 each
Pampers Easy-ups and diapers, $12.79
sale $8.99 each, get $1 ECB with purchase of 1 (limit 1)
-use $1.50 coupon from 12/26 P&G insert
Final price = $6.49
Dayquil/Nyquil twin pack, $13.29
sale $8.99, get $2 ECBs with purchase (limit 1)
-use $3 coupon from 12/26 P&G insert
Final price = $3.99
Pepto Bismol 16 oz, $7.49
sale $4.99, get $1 ECB with purchase (limit 1)
-use $1 coupon from 12/26 P&G
Final price = $2.99
Dawn 9.5 oz dish liquid, $1.69
sale $.94 (limit 5)
-used two coupons (.50 and .25) from P&G insert
Final price = $.69 to $.44 each
Other things I bought:
CVS batteries, buy 1 get 1 free
-used $1 printable coupon from the printable coupon machine
teddy bear cookies $1
I used $11.75 in coupons and $24.92 in Extra Care Bucks. I spent $8.94 before tax and got back $8 in Extra Care Bucks.
I was pleased with my bargains today, especially considering this trip was not planned. There are a few other deals I would like to get and hope to go back later.
Have you shopped at CVS this week?
November 29, 2010
Become a fan of CVS on facebook and you can get a 20% off shopping pass. You will need to have your CVS card number handy to enter so that they can email the shopping pass to you. Use it to save 20% on nearly everything in-store. Hurry! This offer is available for a limited time and only while supplies last!
From my coupon:
*Valid in-store only. This coupon excludes sales and discontinued merchadise. This offer cannot be combined with any other percent off coupons. ExtraCare card must be presented to receive the offers. Excludes milk, bread, alcohol, gift cards, lottery, money orders, prescriptions, postage stamps, pre-paid cards, tobacco products, newspapers, magazines, iPad, Lookbook, and Netbook. Tax charges on pre-coupon price where required. Limit one coupon per customer. No cash back. Employees of CVS Caremark are not eligible to participate.
No sale items???? Seriously?
November 26, 2010
The back page of the CVS flyer is full of items that are free, after Extra Care Bucks. Here are a few additional savings that make these items money makers for you.
I am starting out my trip today with a $3.00 Extra Care Buck from last week’s trip so this makes today’s trip even better.
Listerine Pocketpacks at $2.99, Get $2.99 in Extra Care Bucks (limit 2)
Use $.50/1 coupon from 8/1 or 10/10 RedPlum insert
Free plus $.50 money maker after coupons and ECBs
Gillette Odor Shield at $4, Get $4 ECBs (limit 1)
(limit 1 but some are saying they got 2, check your receipt at the bottom for other offers)
Use $2/1 Gillette Deodorant from 10/31 P&G insert
Spend $2 plus tax out of pocket, Get $4 ECBs back
Free plus $2 money maker after coupon and ECBs
Eucerin Daily Skin Balance Body lotion at $6.99, Get $6.99 ECBs (Limit 1)
Use $1/1 coupon from the 11/7 RedPlum insert
Free plus overage
Carmex lip balm $.99 (limit 1)
Use $.30/1 from SmartSource 11/7
Free plus overage
Colgate sensitive toothpaste $3.99 (limit 2)
Use $1.00/1 11/14 SmartSource insert
or printables here (some have reached maximum print)
Free after ECBs and coupons, plus overage
Buy 1 Herbal Essences Hydralicious Shampoo or Conditioner at $3.99, Get $3.99 ECBs (Limit 2)
Buy 2 and use $1/2 coupon from the 10/10 P&G insert
Free plus overage after coupon and ECBs
There are more free offers at CVS (after ECBs) so be sure to take a look at your flyer. Happy shopping!
August 19, 2010
I went into CVS today with plenty of coupons in hand. Here’s what I managed to find for less than $10.
4 boxes Kellogg’s cereals
sale 3/$10 and receive $5 ECBs when you buy 3 (limit 1 $5 ECB)
used two $1/2 coupons
*You can use $1/2 coupons from the 8/1 or 8/15 Redplum inserts or print some from the Kellogg’s website. Be sure to click on the “Promotions & Coupons” tab. You can also print some from the Redplum website.
Purex 3 in 1, reg $.799
sale $5.99 and receive $2 ECBs (limit 1 $2 ECB)
used one $3 coupon from the 8/15 Redplum insert
On this transaction I also used a CVS coupon for $5 off a $15 purchase.
Total = $9.33 plus received $7 in ECBs
Vita Grass indoor plants for animals, reg $9.99, clearance $1.25
(I need this for my cat!)
2 Emerald almonds, reg $5.99 each
buy 1 get 1 free
used $1.50/2 coupon from 8/15 Redplum insert
2 Oral-B Pulsar toothbrushes, reg $5.99 each
buy 1 get 1 50% off
used a buy 1 get 1 free coupon
I also had a $5 off $15 CVS coupon.
Cascade dishwasher detergent reg $4.99, sale $2.99
used $1 coupon
2 Crest Pro Health products reg $5.39 each, sale $3.49
receive $2.50 ECBs (limit 2)
used 1 $.75 coupon for the toothpaste, 8/1 P&G
used 1 $2 coupon for the mouth wash
(Sorry, as far as I know, the $2 coupon is not available in the P&G insert. I got mine from BlogHer but it’s worth looking.)
You can also use a $1 coupon from the 8/1 P&G insert.
4 Sobe drinks reg $1.59 each
on sale buy 1 get 1 free
used 2 coupons for buy 1 get 1 free
I also used the $7 in ECBs that I had received from transaction 1.
Total = $.66 plus I received $5 in ECBs from the Crest
Today I got $81.53 in merchandise and spent $14.89 but brought home $5 in ECBs for my next transaction which makes my out of pocket expense today $9.89!!! Woohoo!
Be sure to scan you CVS card at the coupon printer in the store. Also, register your CVS card on their website and they will email coupons to you. This is how I got my two coupons for $5 off a $15 purchase. For more help, visit the CVS Reader Question & Answer guide.
And who says that coupons don’t help?