Sunday, April 26, 2009

My CVS Match Ups and Senerios for 4/26-5/2


Here are the best deals at CVS for the week of 4/26-5/2. If you see something I missed please add it to the comments.

New to CVS? Click HERE for all the details about Extracare Bucks.

B1G1= buy 1 Get 1
wyb= when you buy
EBC= Extracare Bucks that you will get back for your next transaction
Great deals:

Rimmel Mascara B1G1 at $3.49
-B1G1 cpn from the April All You Magazine
Final=2 for FREE after coupon

Crest Cavity, Tartar, or Baking Soda & Peroxide TP 6.4 oz or Oral B Indicator $1.99 -get 1 ECB (Limit 1)
-use $1/1 or .75/1 from the 4/5 PG insert
Final=FREE - .24 cents each after coupon and ECBs!

Garnier Fructis Shampoo, Conditioner or Styler $2.99 Earn 2 ECBs (Limit 1)
-use $1/1 from the 1/4 RP insert
Final=FREE + .01 cent overage after coupon and ECBs!

Band-aid Brand Bandages $1
-use $1/1 from the 3/15 SS or 4/26 RP insert
Final=FREE after coupon!

Monthly deals:

Accu-chek Aviva Diabetes monitoring kit $9.99 Earn 9.99 ECBs (Limit 1)
-get $9.99 back in ECBs
Final=FREE after ECBs!

Buy 1 Natural Dentist $6.99 Earn 4 ECBs each (Limit 5)
Buy 2 = $13.98
-use 2 $2/1 Printable HERE
-get 8 ECBs received for buying 2
-send in $10 Mail In Rebate wyb 2 HERE
Final =FREE + $8.02 in overage after coupon, ECBs and Mail In Rebate!

Mentos Gum $1.29 Buy 3 Earn 1 ECB (Limit 5)
-use 3 $1/1 from the 3/1SS
-get $1 ECB
Final =FREE + .13 cents overage after coupons and ECBs!

CVS 101- Transaction Scenarios- (Week 3)

Transaction #1
1. Rimmel Mascara B1G1 at $3.49 - (get 2)
B1G1 cpn from the April All You Magazine

2. Crest Cavity, Tartar, or Baking Soda & Peroxide TP 6.4 oz or Oral B Indicator $1.99
-use $1/1 or .75/1 from the 4/5 PG insert

Garnier Fructis Shampoo, Conditioner or Styler $2.99
-use $1/1 from the 1/4 RP insert

Band-aid Brand Bandages $1
-use $1/1 from the 3/15 SS or 4/26 RP insert

Total before cpns and tax- $9.47
Total after cpns- $2.98 out of pocket- or use ECBs from last week
**Earn $3 in extra bucks for your next transaction!! .02 money maker!

4 comments:

SH said...

I can't find any bandaid products for 1.00 do you know of any? At my store their 3.79 and up
www.bargainfun.blogspot.com

CheapCheap said...

SH,

Scroll down to page 18 of this ad http://iheartcvs.com/ad_scans/2009/04/0426-0502.html The Band Aid brand "should" have them starting at $1.00. You can have the sales person do a price check for you because sometimes they aren't always marked down on the floor. Also, you can show the ad to the sales person and ask. Hope this helps!

petal said...

Something I haven't seen put out is that it's Sunscreen time, those of us with transparent skin like me will be looking for the insanely priced SPF70 sunscreens - your CVS should have a display over in the beauty section of Neutrogena Sport sunscreen in both lotion and spray SPF70. It doesn't say it, but they're 3$ off with your extra care card, and they qualify for the Neutrogena extra-care bucks. They all have a little vial of trial size face sport sunblock also in SPF70. There should also be a little stack of booklets, and the back page of the booklet gives a $2 coupon for it.

So, 2 bottles of spray SPF70 11.99 retail, 8.99 with card, 6.99 with coupon each comes to a total of 13.98 out of pocket, then you get $5 extra bucks, so you end up 8.98 for two... 4.49 (plus tax) apiece!

I've done this twice and gotten the extra bucks both times, but my CVS is now out of the ones I like, so I'm going to hit a couple more. :)

CheapCheap said...

Thanks Petal for the sunscreen deal!

Something I should have taken advantage of before heading to the beach :)