Saturday, September 26, 2009

CVS Highlights - 9/27 to 10/3

It's not the most outstanding week at CVS, (especially compared to Walgreens - oh my gosh!) but there are some good deals. If you are new to CVS shopping, you'll probably want to check out my post here, which explains how to get the most for your money at CVS.

3-day sale (Sun., Mon., and Tues. only)
Vaseline Sheer Infusion Body Lotion @ $7.99, get $7 ECB, Limit 1
Use $1.50 printable coupon here or here, or $1.50 coupon from 8/2 insert (although the insert coupon expires on Sunday, so use it the first day, unless your CVS accepts expired coupons)
Pay $6.49, get $7 in ECB; final cost = $.49 profit after coupon and ECB

Week-long deals:
Selected P&G products - Buy $25 worth, get $10 ECB, Limit 1
Deal includes Tide @ $6 and Dawn at $1. Personally, I probably won't do this deal, but if you need laundry detergent or are brand-loyal to Tide (I know a lot of people are), this is a pretty good deal. I'm pretty sure this is the lowest price I've ever seen on this particular brand.

Potential deal:
Buy 4 Tide @ $6 and 1 Dawn @ $1 = $25
Use (4) $1/1 Tide from 8/30 P&G or 9/27 P&G inserts and a $.25/1 Dawn, also from either of those inserts
Pay $20.75, get back $10 ECB; final cost = $10.75 for 4 bottles of Tide and 1 Dawn, or a little over $2 each after coupons and ECB

Mom's Best Naturals Oatmeal @ $1
Use $.75/1 printable coupon (you will have to answer a brief questionnaire)
Final cost = $.25 after coupon

Gillette Fusion Razor @ $9.99, get $5
Use $4/1 coupon from 9/27 insert
Pay $5.99 and get $5 ECB; final cost = $.99 after coupon and ECB
**Note: I only recommend this deal if you don't have a Walgreens nearby. You can actually make a profit on them at Walgreens this week, so I plan on using my coupons there instead.

Accu-Chek Aviva Diabetes Monitoring System @ $14.99, get $5 ECB
Use $10/1 coupon from 8/23 insert
Pay $4.99 and get $5 ECB; final cost = -$.01 after coupon and ECB
**Note: Even though you may not need a glucose meter, it can be good to buy this because it bumps your pre-coupon total up if you need to use a purchase-based coupon like $5 off $25 (like this printable one you can get for taking a flu quiz). It ends up being free after coupons and ECB, but you still get almost $15 credit toward the $25 you need to use the coupon.

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