Saturday, February 26, 2011

CVS Deals - Week of 2/27/11


Prices for  February 20 - 26, 2011

Check out my $5 Scenario and Field Notes for shopping ideas and updates.

Thanks to Cindy at Living Rich with Coupons for this weeks' match-ups. 

Take a look at CVS's full ad HERE.


:: Free this Week ::

Crest 3D White Vivid, Clinical Gum Protection Paste (4 oz) - $3.29
Get a $3.29 ECB (limit 2 offers)
$1 - 2/27/11 P&G
Final cost: $1 Money-Maker after coupon and ECB

Oral-B Cross Action Power Toothbrush (1 ct) -$6
Get a $3 ECB (limit 2 offers)
$3 - 2/27/11 P&G
Final cost: FREE after coupon and ECB

RevitaLens Multi-Purpose Solution (4 oz) - $5.99
Get a $5.99 ECB (limit 1 offer)
Final cost: FREE after ECB


:: Cheap This Week ::

Dozen Eggs - .99

SoftSoap Body Wash (15-18 oz) - $2.99
Get a $2 ECB (limit 1 offer)
Final cost: .99 after ECB

Gillette Fusion ProGlide Power or Manual Razor - $9.99
Get a $4 ECB (limit 1 offer)
$4- 2/27/11 P&G or 1/30/11 P&G (Hurry! expires 2/28)
Final cost: $1.99 after coupon and ECB


Check out more CVS deals at Living Rich with Coupons.  Thanks, Cindy!

8 comments:

  1. My CVS trip this morning - 1 Dawn Hand Renewal, 2 Crest 3D, 2 Excedrin PM (used raincheck from 2 weeks ago), 1 travel size Secret, and 1 Oral B power toothbrush. Paid $3.78 after $15 in MQ and ECB and got $9.58 new ECB. I couldnt find the Oral B, I figured the customer ahead of me got the last 2. But when I asked for a raincheck the cashier went to look and came back with one for me.
    There was a couple ahead of me in line using lots of coupons, at the South County store around 9am. If that was anyone who posts here - hi!!

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  2. Hershey's drops candy are 2.50. If you got two $2 off CVS coupons from the coupon machine last week, pair that with the $2/2 mfr coupon from a past insert for 2 free bags of candy.

    There is/was a printable coupon for cents off eggs. (Sorry, I don't remember from where.)

    Will the spend $30 get $10 P&G offer print if you're a few cents under $30? Note: I am not suggesting to circumvent anything! I just know that sometimes their system is set up that way on purpose and I am wondering if this is one of those times.

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  3. Hi CJ - Thanks for your field report. I always enjoy hearig what you bought. Maybe we need name tags when we shop. It is fun running in to others.

    Hi Anonymous - Yes, there is a .55 off 2 Egg coupon on Smartsource.com. It is still there this morning. Thanks, I had forgotten about that one.

    I'm not sure and haven't heard about much you need to spend to get the P&G ECB. I don't feel like you're trying to circumvent anything. It's CVS's resposibility to program the computer for what they want to happen.

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  4. fyi - Crest Prohealth Sensitive was 75% off at Clayton/Henry CVS. Cost $.99 less $1 or $.75 coupon It produced a $3.29 ECB. They also had a few Oral B refills 75% off. I didn't buy the refills but read that these also produce an ECB. Physicians Formula is spend $10 get $7 ECB. There are $1 coupons in this week's paper. Eye Booster is $10.99 less $1.00 coupon with try me free rebate for purchase price up tp $10.95. This should be a nice MM.

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  5. I got a CVS a Advisor survey in my email today! First one I've received in about 10 months. A few questions about my shopping habits and I got a $5 ECB :)

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  6. Hi CJ - I don't think I've ever signed up to be a CVS Advisor or blogged about it. Thanks for mentioning it.

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  7. Jeri - It was strange they asked me about my most recent Walgreens purchases, not CVS. But hey, whatever gets me $5 ECB! I wish they'd send surveys more often.

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