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 tide detergent


Head to CVS where you can get Tide Detergent for $5.94 each! CVS is currently offering a $10 gas card when you purchase $30 in participating products and there is also a P&G rebate where you can get a $10 prepaid Visa card when you buy $30 in participating products (including Tide).

Pair those offers with a manufacturer coupon to get this deal! Heads up: you’ll have to use (2) computers to print the necessary coupons.

CVS Deal:

Buy:
(4) Tide Liquid Detergent, 48-64 loads, $9.94
Use:
-(4) $1.50 off Tide detergent, 40 oz+, excl Simply, PODS, 10 oz and trial size printable
Pay: $33.76

Get Back:
-$10 Gas Card from CVS
-$10 prepaid Visa from P&G rebate

Makes it $23.76 ($5.94 each) with $10 in FREE gas!

The deal ends 7/12. You will need (2) computers to print(4) Tide Coupons.

    • Nicole

      They limit you to one per household (at least at my store they do).

    • Nicole

      They limit you to one per household (at least at my store they do).

    • Stefani

      Did anyone else notice this on the rebate? “Spend $30 (after coupons and discounts) on Tide, Gain,
      Downy, or Bounce Products (excludes any size Tide Simply
      Clean and Fresh, Gain Flings, Gain Fireworks”

      • momof3

        according to Jenny’s math shown above it will show you pay 33.76 + tax so it will show you paid over 30