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  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
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  • 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 Coupons: 8/10-8/16

on 8.11.2014 at 12:35pm
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CVS coupons

This is a great week at CVS with over 8 things being completely FREE!  Pair in all the free-ness with store coupons and you’ve got a shopping trip of pure joy.

Here are all the coupons folks are reporting this week.  Remember you can always log into your “My CVS account” and see exactly what coupons are set to print for your card.

CVS Coupons

Expires in One Week

$1/3 Kleenex Tissues
$3 off Toothpaste, Toothbrush or Floss purchase, $15 +
$2/2 Body Lotions
$2 off Mascara, Lipstick, Nail Polish, Foundation or Blush purchase, $10 +
$2 off Johnson & Johnson First Aid, Neosporin or Aveeno Anti-Itch purchase, $5 +
$1.50/3 Greeting Cards
$1 off CVS Brand Facial Cleansing Towelettes

Expires in Two Weeks

$2 off Battery Purchase, $10 +
30% off Deodorant Purchase
$2 off ZzzQuil, Advil PM, Unisom or CVS Brand Sleep Aids
$2 off Baby Diapers, Wipes, Toiletries purchase, $8 +
$2/2 Sun Protection Items
$1 odd Deodorant purchase, $4+
25% off Body Wash, Bar Soap or Liquid Hand Soap

See all the deals at CVS this week!

    • nick

      is the $2 off Baby Diapers, Wipes, Toiletries purchase, $8 + coupon the same one from last week? If not, it’s not on my card =[

      • Lisa

        I went in today and got $5 off $25 diapers! Used that with (2) $2 off coupons and a $1.50 off huggies. And then Scott paper towels with $.75 from Sundays paper. It was about $22 upfront then i got $10 back. So ended up being better!

        • Nick

          I don’t have the (2) $2 off coupons. and I didn’t get the $5 off $25 either- how did you get that coupon? It wasn’t on my card.

          • crystal

            “Remember you
            can always log into your “My CVS account” and see exactly what coupons
            are set to print for your card.”
            Not everyone gets the same deals…unfortunately :/

          • kaoscasa

            yea….I got $5 off $30 so not so great.

    • Agustiem

      For the CVS Kleenex Deal should also include that there is a $.75 Ibotta rebate. This should make the final price of the 3 pack $.40 each if you stack the $1/3 CVS Coupon, the $1/3 from SS 8/10 and the Ibotta!

    • Kyle

      Mine printed a $2/$10 in toothpaste instead of $3. That’s ok – I needed some anyway – so I picked up 2 Sensodyne Pronamels. I also got $.50 off two 20 oz. Cokes, so I went through the bin and picked out a couple of names to share.

      While the cashier was ringing up my purchases, I swiped my debit card on the PIN pad. You know, becuase the display said “Swipe card.” The cashier said, “Oh, no – why did you do that? Now you have to run credit.” I said that was ok – I didn’t mean to do debit anyway. She pressed a button to make it go credit.

      Then she said, “Yeah, but now you can’t use your coupons.” I just stared at her. She said “You could have saved nearly $3 too.” and she handed them back to me.

      I said, “You can’t cancel this and re-ring it?” She said “nope” and just waited as if I was crazy for asking.

      It’s experiences like this that make me really hate the CVS experience. I can really save some money there, but the store in Pleasant Grove, Alabama has terrible management. There are two very awesome employees and a number of marginal ones. This time I’m going to have to write corporate because there seems to be no help at the local level.

      • kaoscasa

        How horrible!! I would definitely contact Corporate!! They are definitely interested in stuff like this.

    • Kyle

      Mine printed a $2/$10 in toothpaste instead of $3. That’s ok – I needed some anyway – so I picked up 2 Sensodyne Pronamels. I also got $.50 off two 20 oz. Cokes, so I went through the bin and picked out a couple of names to share.

      While the cashier was ringing up my purchases, I swiped my debit card on the PIN pad. You know, becuase the display said “Swipe card.” The cashier said, “Oh, no – why did you do that? Now you have to run credit.” I said that was ok – I didn’t mean to do debit anyway. She pressed a button to make it go credit.

      Then she said, “Yeah, but now you can’t use your coupons.” I just stared at her. She said “You could have saved nearly $3 too.” and she handed them back to me.

      I said, “You can’t cancel this and re-ring it?” She said “nope” and just waited as if I was crazy for asking.

      It’s experiences like this that make me really hate the CVS experience. I can really save some money there, but the store in Pleasant Grove, Alabama has terrible management. There are two very awesome employees and a number of marginal ones. This time I’m going to have to write corporate because there seems to be no help at the local level.