CVS: Sensodyne Toothpaste Only $1.24!

This week at CVS, Sensodyne toothpaste is $5.99 and you’ll get $4 ECB when you buy one. There’s also a $.75 Sensodyne printable coupon you can use for this deal:

Buy (1) Sensodyne toothpaste @ $5.99
– Use (1) $0.75 on any Sensodyne® toothpaste (3.4oz or larger)
– Get $4 ECB
Final Price: $1.24!

 

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  • diane

    Yesterday, while out of town, I did a transaction at CVS with the various tooth offers.
    I paid 5.99 each for two Sensodyne, 2.99 for the Listerine floss, and over $7 for full price Oral B floss which my kids prefer to use. I also had one coupon for Sensodyne and one coupon for the floss, one dollar each. I had a $5 off of $20 any tooth product, and once home, I looked at the receipt, and all it gave me was 97 cents from that $5 offer. I cannot explain this. Can someone help me understand what I did wrong or what CVS did that may have been unfavorable to me? thanks

    • CJ Edwards

      That doesn’t sound right at all. 🙁 Sometimes the CVS registers do funky things, though.I’d take your receipt back and ask a cashier or manager to look at it. Any CVS should be able to look at it for you if you’re unable to go back to the original store.