CVS Deals 1/4-1/10

The CVS deals area little bit scarce this week.  Not quite many freebies but a couple of chances to roll ECBs.

ECB DEALS

Buy Fructis Hair products $2.99, Get $2 ECBs (Limit 1)
Use $1/1 coupon from 1/4 inserts
Free after coupon and ECBs

Buy $10 in Johnson &Johnson products Get $10 in ECBs back (Limit 1)

Best Deal
Buy two Listerine Whitening Pens $10 each
Use $2/1 internet printable coupon
Use $3/1 CVS Beauty Booklet Coupon
Spend $10 plus tax out of pocket and get $10 ECBs back

Another Deal Idea
Buy four Stayfree Products and one Carefree products $4.50 each
Use Buy one Get one Stayfree coupon from 1/4 Red Plum insert
Use $1/1 coupon from 1/4 Red Plum insert
Spend $12.50 out of pocket and get $10 in ECBs back

That’s all I could see.  Did you find any other great deals?  Please leave a comment and share with us.

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  • I thought it was a great week and got the following for $2.xx out of pocket.

    2- 20 packs of cottonelle TP
    84 count cottonelle wipes
    2 large boxes of cheerios
    4 things of children’s motrin
    dish soap
    3 pack of irish spring
    tic tacs
    garnier hair gel
    2 packs of the throat popsicles that are a monthly deal

    I had a great time with this weeks deals. It did help that I had a $5 off $25 coupon CVS had emailed me.

  • You can see how I made $3.01 in overage here!
    http://thegroceryweekly.blogspot.com/2009/01/my-cvs-trip.html

  • I took advantage of the J&J deal this week.
    1- children’s motrin $6.00
    1- children’s tylenol $6.00
    1- mylanta $6.00
    2- Stayfree pads 2/$9

    Minus:
    1- $2.50 off of the tylenol and motrin
    1- $2.00 Q mylanta
    1- B1G1 Stayfree Q ($4.50)

    Not bad since I was going to be needing these products soon.

  • Michelle

    I’m new at this, but I think I found a good deal:

    The Freestyle blood glucose monitoring system is $9.99, with a $9.99 mail-in rebate on the pack. BUT, there was a coupon in the paper today (1/4) for $9.99 off ANY Freestyle blood glucose monitoring system. So pay nothing except tax, and then get a check in the mail!

    I’m NOT diabetic, but I’ll buy it if I’ll make $10!

  • Xiao L

    >>Another Deal Idea
    >>Buy four Stayfree Products and one Carefree products $4.50 each
    >>Use Buy one Get one Stayfree coupon from 1/4 Red Plum insert
    >>Use $1/1 coupon from 1/4 Red Plum insert
    >>Spend $12.50 out of pocket and get $10 in ECBs back

    Is that possible? I would like to try that.

    But aren’t we using two coupons for one product? (Using the $1/1 and BOGO coupon.. just confirming.. before I go to CVS later this week.

    • Hi Xiao,
      the $1 coupon I suggested you use is for the Carefree.
      However you should be able to use a $/$$ coupon with a BOGO coupon because the BOGO coupon is used to get the second product for free. You are not getting any discount on the first product with it. The $/$$ coupon is applied to the first product. In essence you are using one coupon per item.

      Mercedes

  • Megan

    I bought Stayfree and OB products to get the $10 J&J ECB. Here’s what I bought/used:

    4 Stayfree products ($4.50 each)
    1 OB product ($4.50)
    – 2 B1G1 Stayfree coupons (takes off $9 – you bought 4 Stayfree products so this is ok!)
    – 1 $1/1 coupon for OB

    Total: $12.50 OOP (get $10 ECB back). I thought it was a great deal!

  • I have a couple different deals that I did at CVS. Check out my blog 🙂

  • Amy

    Stop by and see my deals.. I am still learning so I am sure I probably could have done better.

  • There are a lot of great deals this week!

    There are more on Cha Ching Queen as well as a Linky for those that want to share their matchups and scenarios as well. Saving and Giving listed a scenario where you pay $0 out of pocket and get $2 ECBs.
    http://www.chachingqueen.com/search/label/cvs

    I plan on making a CVS run and getting
    the free Puffs along with some other things.

    Have a great day! Thanks for posting your match ups.