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Sunday, April 18, 2010

CVS Deals and Matchups for 4/18 - 4/24

CVS Sale Coupon Matches

FREEBIES

CVS/Pharmacy Green bag Tag Buy 1 at $0.99, get $0.99 ECBs
Net Price - FREE!!! after ECBs


ThermaCare Buy 1 at $2.49, get $2.49 ECBs
Net Price - FREE!!! after ECBs

Other Deals:

Crest (Pro Health, with schope whitening expressions, or extra whitening) $1.88
Use $1 coupon (P&G 4/4)
Net Price - $0.88 each after coupon

Colgate ProClinical Buy 1 at $3.99, get $2 ECBs
$1 coupon (SS 4/11)
Net Price $0.99 each after coupon & ECBs

Edge or Schick Edge Infused Shaving Creme, Buy 1 at $2.79, get $1.80 ECBs


Schick Hydro 3 or 5 Blade System, Buy 1 at $8.97, get $6 ECBs


Pampers Baby Dry, Swaddlers, or Cruisers Buy 1 at $21.99, get $5 ECBs
$1.50 coupon (P&G 4/4)
Net Price - $15.49 each after coupon & ECBs


CoverGirl Volume Extract or Lash Exact, Buy $5.99, get $4 ECBs
$1 coupon (P&G 4/4)
Net Price- $0.99 each after coupon & ECBs


Revlon, Spend $10, get $3 ECBs when you buy ANY Revlon Cosmetics & Beauty Tools


Spend $10 on select Hershey's or Cadbury candy products, get $5 ECBs


$1/3 Hershey's 10oz + bags coupon (SS 4/11) 

Colgate Total Advanced or Enamel Strength, Buy 1 at $2.99, get $2 ECBs


Spend $10, on selected Smucker's, Jif, Folgers, or Dunkin Donuts Products, get $3 ECBs

Deal Idea:
Buy 2 Folgers at $6 each
$1 coupon (RP 3/28)
Net Price - $3.50 each after coupon and ECBs




5 comments:

Francie said...

Lori,
Ok, help me on this. I'm trying to get the Nutri-Grain bars, milk & Thermacare & I'm pretty sure that buying the bars & milk is a better deal than Meijer. But, if I understand this right, I'll have to break it up into 3 transactions: 2 N-G bars, 1 gal milk & 1 therma in transaction 1, the same in transaction 2, then tuna, Lysol, Softscrub & Arizona tea in the third. Am I crazy? Is this the best way for me to try and save money? Thanks for your help.

Lori @ Couponomic Stimulus Package said...

Francie, Are you trying to use your ECBs all up in this week? If so, then I think your plan sounds great. Trying to get as little out of pocket as possible is the best way to go about it!

As an aside, I LOVE CVS much better than Walgreens because, I've been told numerous times that the ECBs don't expire (their coupons do, such as when you get a $4 off of $20) and I've never even had to try that because their expiration dates are so far away, unlike Walgreens which is in 2 weeks(I think;) Even when they have dry periods like the past several weeks, I still had plenty of time and was able to use them last week.

I hope that helped some. I know how much it helps just to talk it out to someone, it became much easier to coupon when my sister started!

Francie said...

Lori,
I did it, and I didn't do too badly. All told, I spent $23.51 on merchandise that is regularly priced for $67.14. I spent an extra $1.29 on gum I didn't want but my 17-month old decided that, while I was checking out, he needed to chew on some packaging. Nice!

Anyway, I thought you should know that, when I bought the Lysol toilet bowl cleaner, it came with the following coupons:
Save $1.00 on any (1) Lysol Disinfectant Spray, Save $1.00 on any (1) Lysol All Purpose Cleaner Pourable, save $1.00 on any (1) Lysol Disinfecting Wipes, save $.50 on any (1) Lysol Bathroom Cleaner and save $.75 on any (1) Lysol Cling 2in1. Great coupons that don't expire until 4/30/11. Not sure if that information is out there in the blogosphere, but I thought you'd like to know!
Thanks again for your help!! Francie

Lori @ Couponomic Stimulus Package said...

Great Job Francie!!! That's so fun to see how much you save!

Were the coupons attached to the outside toilet bowl cleaner? What an awesome expiration date!!! Thanks for letting me know!

Francie said...

Lori,
They were attached to the outside of the bottles, right around the necks.
:) Francie

 
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