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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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CVS has a great new coupon available for $6 off any Advil Congestion Product, excluding Advil Cold & Sinus. This can be paired with a manufacturer’s coupon for a great deal!

Deal Idea

$1 ECB wyb Advil Congestion Relief Tablets 20 ct., $7.99

-$6 off Advil Congestion Product (CVS Coupon), printable
-$1 off Advil Congestion Relief, Allergy & Congestion Relief, Cold & Sinus or Allergy Sinus, RP 10/14
-$2 off Advil Congestion Relief (Facebook) printable
(use $6 store and either mfr coupon, makes it FREE+)

The coupon expires 10/20.

See all of the current CVS deals.

    • The 20 count is on sale for $7.99 this week. There is also $1ECB and a rebate in last Sunday’s paper for $6.

      • julia

        what is the fine print on it.

        • BW

          One rebate per address for purchases b/w 10/07/12-10/28/12. Expires 11/27/12 and must be postmarked by then, too. It’s valid on Advil congestion, allergy&congestion, cold&sinus, and allergy sinus.

      • aliceneasley

        Does anyone have an extra rebate they would be willing to share with me? My paper didn’t have the rebate in it :(

        • kathy

          I have an extra one. You can email me with your address and I can mail to you. lucentk@live.com.

    • jenbug69

      There is also a $2/1 coupon on their facebook page http://www.facebook.com/advilcongestionrelief/app_137656902971961

    • zeb

      coupon states “cvs will not accept offers printed from unauthorized internet postings” does this site have authorization to post this offer? I don’t want to break the rules

      • Guest

        It’s available from their website as well, so this one is OK to use.

      • me

        I know another very prominent blogger had it posted last night, then removed the link due to the wording.

      • caity

        You don’t print it from this blog. This blog kindly gave you the link to the coupon that is on CVS’s website :)

    • anon

      is the printed one going to be valid?? i usually see that wording on coupons that are on printed material not internet ones

    • Mary

      You can also go on the cvs website and they have the same coupon

    • kat175

      I printed it out from their website, used a $1 off MQ and the got $1 ECB! So it was free!

    • Guest

      There is also a rebate available for $6 that was in last weeks paper

      • ahpeal

        Where was the rebate located?

        • ahpeal

          I found it. RP 10/14. Thanks!

          • Guest

            Yep. That’s the one.

    • ak613

      Is there a limit as to how many times you can get the ECB on this product?

      • Joey

        Only once, but I am still buying 2 of this product, great deal!!

    • Misa

      Where on the CVS website is it?

      • Misa

        Ignore that, looked everywhere but the first page!

        • Caroyl

          I’m looking on the CVS page and cannot find it. Can you reply with the link on CVS.

    • Crystal

      Where do I find it on their website? I’m still learning :( Thanks

    • OK NEW TO COUPONING.. WHAT IS ECB? AND DO U HAE TO USE TWO COUPONS TO GET IT FREE?

      • jen

        ecb is extra care bucks that you receive back for buying certain products at cvs,yes you would have to use the $6 store coupon and the $2 printable manufacture coupon to get it free.

    • ireneY

      Sent in for the rebate, even though I paid nothing after both coupons. It’s worth the cost of a stamp to see if a check comes back! :)

    • Calista Coffey

      I saw this after the $6 coupon had expired. I still took it along with the $2 coupon. The cashier rang it up with no problems, but my total was $3.02. I had purchased the $.99 toothbrushes with the $1 off coupons as well. There was a large line behind me so I didn’t question it. I just looked over my receipt and the Advil rang up as $10.99 instead of $7.99 and I did not get the $1 ECB. Should I go back or let it go?

    • ed823

      I bought this as well as Olay products and both have rebates that ask for the original receipt. I bought them at the same time and didn’t that about needing the receipt for both. What do I do? Help! Thanks!