CVS: Johnson and Johnson First Aid Kit Moneymaker Deal 7/19-7/25


This week (7/19-7/25) at CVS there’s an ECB deal going on: Band-Aid, Johnson & Johnson or Neosporin Products (psa $2.99) Spend $10 get $5 ECBs (limit 5).  Reportedly the J&J First Aid To Go Travel Kits that sell for $0.99 and can be found by the travel size section are counting towards the deal.  There’s a coupon for $1/1 any J&J first aid product in the 5/17 RP inserts.   There’s also a blinkie coupon for $3/2 J&J First Aid products that can be found at certain Walgreens.  If you had enough coupons and found enough of the kits in stock you could:

$10.89 when you buy 11 to go kits
-$10.89 when you use 11 $1/1 coupons (cashiers at CVS are in my experience trained to adjust the value of the coupon down)
=FREE plus get a $5 ECBs back.

I wished I had a CVS near me, I think these are great to carry in your purse, diaper bag and keep in the car for emergencies. If you don’t have 11 coupons and are interested in this deal, don’t forget you can order coupons from the Coupon Clippers or Ebay.

Also, I am seeing reports that about  a regional deal advertised on the CVS sales circular:  Buy any one gallon of advertised brand of milk and get $1 ECB back.  Some regions have the gallon of milk advertised on sale for $1.99, so only 99 cents after ECB.  Check your local ad to see if you were lucky and got this deal.

  • Shannon

    Thanks for this great deal..

    Since I don’t have the coupons to do this, I am going to do it so I atleast get them free.

    Buy 11 to Go Kits $10.89
    Use (6) $1.00/1 from 05/17 RP
    Get back $5.00 in ECBs
    FREE after ECB’s and coupons

    these are great to have for my teaching bag at school.

  • Melissa

    This is such a great find – I love these little travel kits!

    As a side note: In my experience, CVS cashiers are wonderful about adjusting down coupons, even if it’s just a cent or two. I’ve never had coupon problems at CVS.

  • Laura

    For those of you who don’t need 10+ to-go kits and are wondering what to do with all of these to-go containers, here’s a idea: I usually combine 2-3 kits into one container and use the extra containers to hold my daughter’s crayons, stickers, Polly pocket doll/clothes, and whatever other small things she loves to play with. They’re great for organizing small toys and items that can get easily lost, and my daughter finds these easier to open and close than Ziploc bags. I also use one to hold extra barrettes, safety pins, hair ties, and a small to-go sewing kit. I keep the safety kit in my purse, a few toy kits in the car, and one or two in each diaper bag.

  • jen

    has anyone done the deal and it actually worked?

  • Kristina L.

    I did the deal twice today and there is a 5 times limit on it. I pick up these coupons everytime I go to Walgreens. They are one dallor off and five dollar off coupon.

  • Carrie

    Dang, I thought I was the only one to have thought of testing the 99-cent kits. You can get coupons for them at Walgreens????

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  • Laura

    Kristina – are you referring to coupons for J&J travel kits at Wags? I didn’t see any coupons for these travel kits at my Wags, but maybe I was looking in the wrong spots. Will check my other Wags later today.

  • STacey

    Can you tell me where I can find the RF (what does this stand for) coupon)? I need to purchase 15 of these kits for cheering camp and this would really help with the cost. Also how does the ECB work does it work is it you purchase the 10.00 and the 5.00 comes off your next purchase? THanks.

    • Mercedes


      Please check my FAQ page for help.


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