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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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crest sensi-relief

Do you get CVS weekly emails?  If not then stop what you are doing and get signed up.  If you already get them then go see what your offer was this week.  I got an email for 25% off my entire purchase.

These coupons exclude sale items and many folks through them away thinking that they are worthless.  Before you do that, realize that there are items at CVS that are full price but still print ExtraCare Bucks!  One deal this week would be on Crest Sensi-Relief.

Buy:
(1) Crest Sensi-Relief Toothpaste, $5.99 (reg. price)
Use:
-25% off CVS email coupon
-$1 off Crest Sensi-Relief, 4.1 oz+ printable
Total Due: $3.49

Get Back: $3 ExtraCare Buck

That means you paid 49¢ for toothpaste!  Now… technically toothpaste should be free, but sensitive versions aren’t always in that category.  To grab sensitive toothpaste for 49¢ is a pretty good deal.

Note: You can buy 2 of these if you want together and you’ll get a $6 ExtraCareBuck.

Buy:
(2) Crest Sensi-Relief Toothpaste, $5.99 (reg. price)
Use:
-25% off CVS email coupon
(2) -$1 off Crest Sensi-Relief, 4.1 oz+ printable
Total Due: $6.98

Get Back: $6 ExtraCare Buck

    • natasha

      i cant seem to print this coupon? i click the link and it asked me for my card number and i put it in and it just says incomplete? am i the only one with this problem?
      thanks=)

      • Becky A

        You have to sign up to receive the weekly email coupon on the CVS website. They send various ones (20-30%, $4/$20 purchase, etc.) on Thursdays. I think it took a week or so before my first one came.

      • natasha

        Yeah I already have one. I guess I didn’t get one yet in my email.:/ lol

    • Becky A

      I got 2 of these this week for free with my CVS coupons with the same deal. I’m hoping to get the mouthwash next week. Is there a way to tell if this is a 2-week or month-long deal that my limit of 2 will have already been reached?

      • shawntavia

        Hi how did u get it free

        • Becky A

          I had a 20% off CVS email coupon and a $2/$10 toothpaste/toothbrush CVS coupon and stacked those with $1/1 manufacturers coupons. The breakdown was like this $5.99×2 = $11.98 – 20% coupon = $9.58 – ($1×2 mq and $2/$10) = $5.58 + tax. Then get $6 ECB back. So net total is free (or moneymaker before taxes)! I roll ECB all the time, and save big at CVS. Today I got 3 Gillette fusion razors (for the blades only really) for $1.60 including taxes (after rolling $10 ECB and getting $10 gift card back).

          • shawntavia

            Oh OK thank you I’m like yesterday new to this coupon thing

    • Sally

      $3 extrabucks on one toothpaste is small potatoes. Use it on the Dr Scholl’s Buy $30 get $10 extrabucks, with some coupons, and you’ll do very well for bigger extrabucks.

    • EDinNC

      As usual, mine says on-line use only. Do you people get 25% off coupons for in-store purchases?

      • kim

        Mine says on-line use only as well. Has anyone been ablte to use this coupon in the store?

    • Lisa Q

      Mine says I can use at the store but excludes sales item until 9-7

    • Sharon

      I used to get e-mail coupons all the time and they’ve stopped. I tried to re-sign up but it says I’m already a member.

    • Kim

      the 25% off coupon is after coupons