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Sep
10
2011

Additions to the 9/11 – 9/17 CVS ad!

 Understanding Extra Care Bucks (ECB) Current CVS Deals

 

I had a chance to walk around CVS today and check on the prices that weren’t listed in the ad and came up with a few more deals!

M&Ms Fun Size or Snack Size Bags 9.34 – 11.5 oz. $2.00
Use $1.00 /1 any M&Ms Pretzel candies 9.9 -oz. or larger SS
Final price: $1.00
NOTE: all the packs I found at my CVS were 20% more bonus bags making them 11.5-oz.

Spend $12.00 in Johnson & Johnson or Neopsorin and get $3.00 ECB – limit 1 offer

Buy 1 Neosporin 0.5-oz. $5.29
Buy 1 Neosporin To Go OR Neosporin + Pain Relief $6.89
Use (2) $2.00/1 any Neosporin printable
Final price: $8.18 – get $3.00 ECB = 2/$5.18 ( $2.59 ea.)

Spend $10.00 in Maybelline Eye or Lip products and get $3.00 ECB – limit 1 offer

Buy 2 Maybelline Great Lash Mascara $5.49 ea.
Use (2) $1.00/1 Maybelline Mascara RP 9-11-11 (exp. 11-11) or RP 8-7-11 (exp. 10-1)
Final price: $8.98 – get $3 ECB = 2/$5.98 ($2.99 ea.)

Lysol Healthy Touch , No-Touch hand soap system $12.79
Get $5.00 ECB wyb 1 – limit 1 offer
Use $3.00/1 any Lysol Healthy Touch System SS 8-7-11 (exp. 9-6)
Final price: $9.97 – get $5.00 ECB = $4.97

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  • Kelly September 10, 2011, 10:03 PM

    Robitussin cough and cold syrup is also on sale for $4.99 each this week. You get a $3.00 ECB when you buy 2. Also, there is a $1.00 coupon on coupons.com right now for Robitussin. That means you can score some medicine for this upcoming cold season for $2.50 a a bottle.

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  • mslorette September 14, 2011, 2:27 AM

    The three CVS stores that I shop used to have a reduced endcap…but I have noticed they no longer do that. What they do is put a pale yellow hang tag in front of the item that is marked down. I have found several things that are 50-75% off. So look for the pale yellow tags marked clearance! Renectly purchased a $10.00 bottle of store brand pain reliever for $2.50! Expiration date was for 2012. They will be long gone by then!

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