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CVS Weekly Ad Deals 3/28-4/3

on 3.26.2010 at 12:24am
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These deals start Sunday 3/28 at CVS. It’s a pretty good with more diaper deals! If you see any other deals or coupons leave a comment or send me an email.shoppinglist1

To see the full weekly ad, go here.

If you are new to CVS read the getting started guide.

3 Day Sale

  • M&M’s 9.9-14oz $2
    -$1/3 M&M Candies RP 3/07
  • $3 ECB wyb (3) Coke 12pk., 12oz cans for $11 Limit 1
  • Hershey’s Candy 8-17.25oz $2
    -$2/3 Hershey’s Candy SS 3/14 or printable

Extra Care Deals

  • $2 ECB wyb Stayfree or Carefree Pads 14-24ct or Liners 38-60ct $3.99 Limit 4
    Free Carefree 22 ct product wyb Carefree product 38 ct + RP 3/28

    B1G1 Carefree Ultra Protection product 14-16 ct RP 3/28
    -$1/2 Carefree products RP 1/03 (exp 3/31)

    -$2 off Stayfree product RP 3/28
    B1G1 Stayfree products RP 1/03 (exp 3/31)
  • **Deal Idea**
    Buy: (2) Stayfree Pads $3.99
    Use:
    B1G1 Stayfree
    -$2 off Stayfree
    Total Due: $1.99
    Get Back: $4 ECB, you make $2 profit!
    ************
    (this deal is advertised in the March ClipFree booklet – note: “long” and “deodorant” types do not appear to give the ECB)
  • $2 ECB wyb Crest 3D White Vivid Toothpaste 4oz or Oral-B Advantage Toothbrush 1ct $2.99 Limit 1
    -.75/1 off Crest Toothpaste, 4 oz+ or Liquid Gel, PG 3/07, 2/07 (exp 3/31)
    B1G1 Oral B Advantage Toothbrush, PG 3/07
    -$1 off Oral B Pulsar, CrossAction or Advantage Toothbrush, PG 2/21, 2/07 (makes it FREE)
  • **Deal Idea**
    Buy:
    (2) Oral B Toothbrushes $2.99 ea
    Use:
    B1G1 Oral B PG 3/07
    -$1 off Oral-B PG 2/21, 3/07
    Total Due: $1.99
    Get Back: $2 ECB, makes it FREE
    ***************
  • $5 ECB wyb (2) Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers or Pull-Ups $8.99 Limit 1
    (excludes Overnites)
    -$1.50 off Huggies Pullups Training Pants, any jumbo pack+, SS 2/28
    -$1.50 off Huggies Diapers, SS 3/21
    -$2 off Huggies Little Snugglers or Little Movers diapers, SS 3/21
    -$3 off any Huggies Diapers, printable or printable or printable
    -$4 off Huggies Diapers AND Huggies Wipes, CVS coupon printing on receipts
    -$2 off Pull Ups SS 3/28 or printable
    -$1.50 off Pull Ups SS 2/28
  • **Deal Idea**
    Buy: (2) Huggies Diapers $8.99
    Use: (2) – $3 off Huggies printable coupons
    Total Due: $11.98
    Get Back: $5 ECB, makes it $3.49 ea
    *************
  • $5 ECB wyb RoC Retinol Correxion $21.99 Limit 1
    -$3 off any RoC Product printable (makes it $13.99)
  • $5 ECB wyb $15 Clean & Clear products, starting at $4.99 Limit 1
    -$1 off Clean & Clear product SS 3/28
    -$5 off Clean & Clear Kit printable
    -$5 off Clean & Clear Eraser printable
    (buy Eraser or Kit at $19.99, makes it $9.99)
  • $8 ECB wyb $20 CoverGirl Cosmetics any, starting at $2.99 Limit 1
    -$2.50/2 CoverGirl products, PG 2/07 (exp 3/31)
    -$1 off CoverGirl Queen Collection Product, RP 2/14 (exp 3/31)
    -$1 off CoverGirl, PG 3/07, PG 2/07 (exp 3/31)
    B1G1 CoverGirl Face Product, PG 2/07 (exp 3/31)
    -$5/2 CoverGirl Simply Ageless Products, PG 3/07
  • **Deal Idea**
    Buy: (8) Brow & Eye Markers $2.99
    Use:
    (4) B1G1 coupons
    (2) -$2.50/2 coupons
    Total Due: $6.96
    Get Back: $8 ECB, you make $1.04 profit!
    ************
  • $10 ECB wyb $20 Nexxus Shampoo, Conditioner or Styler 1-33.8oz, starting at $3.99 Limit 1
  • $5 ECB wyb Gillette Fusion Manual or Power Razor AND Cartridges 4-8ct Limit 1
    -$4 off Gillette Fusion Razor, PG 2/07 (exp 3/31)
    FREE Gillette Razor wyb Fusion Cartridge Pack, PG 3/07
  • **Deal Idea**
    Buy: (1) Gillette Cartridge 4pk $15.49
    (1) Gillette Razor $9.99
    Use:
    Free Razor PG 3/07
    Total Due: $15.49
    Get Back: $5 ECB, makes it $5.24 ea
    *************
  • $10 ECB wyb Crest Whitestrips 3D White 10-20ct. or Advanced Seal 14ct. at $39.99 Limit 1
    -$10 off Crest Whitestrips Advanced Seal, 14 ct. or Crest 3D, PG 2/07 or RP 3/21
    (makes it $19.99)
  • $1 ECB wyb Advil Tablets, Caplets, Gel caplets 100ct. or Liqui-gels 80ct. $8.99 Limit 1
    -$2 off Advil 40ct+, RP 1/31
    -$1 off Advil, printable (register)
  • $5 ECB wyb Non-Drowsy Claritin 24 hr tablets, RediTabs 30ct. or Liqui-Gels 24ct. $19.99 Limit 1
    -$3 off Claritin, printable
  • $4 ECB wyb MiraLax Laxative 30 Doses $19.99 Limit 5
    -$4 off MiraLax 30 Dose, SS 2/07 (exp 3/31)
    -$2 off MiraLax product, March All You
    -$1 off MiraLax product, printable
  • $2 ECB wyb Depend Underwear, Briefs, Guards, or Belted Shields $11.99 Limit 5
    -$2 off Depend Product 14-52 ct, printable (IE) or printable (FF)
    -$1 off Depend Adjustable Underwear, SS 3/14
    -$1 off Depend Guards for Men, SS 3/14
  • $5 ECB wyb Zantac 75 80ct. or Zantac 150 65ct. $19.99 Limit 1
    -$1 off Zantac, SS 1/03, 3/28
    -$2 off Zantac, SS 1/31
    -$5/2 Zantac, SS 1/31
  • $5 ECB wyb (2) ThermaCare Heatwraps (excludes 1ct.) $6.99 Limit 1
    -$1 off ThermaCare, 2ct+, RP 1/31
    -$3 off ThermaCare, printable (register) (buy 2, use 2, makes it $1.49 ea)
  • $5 ECB wyb CVS/pharmacy Nicotine gum 100-110ct, patch 14ct, or lozenges 72ct. $29.99 Limit 1
  • $1 ECB wyb Sparkle Paper Towels 8 pk, $4.99 Limit 3
    -.50/1 off Sparkle Paper Towels 2-roll+, RP 2/14 (makes it $3.49)

Other Deals

Household

  • Scott Bathroom Tissue 12-pack $6.88
    -$1 off Scott Bathroom Tissue 8 rolls +, SS 3/21 printable or printable
  • Puffs Tissue 97¢
    -.25/3 Puffs Tissue, PG 2/21 (exp 3/31)
  • Arm & Hammer Total 2-in-1 Dryer Cloths 40ct, or 2x liquid laundry Detergent 32 loads B1G1
    -.50 off Arm & Hammer 2-in-1 Dryer Cloths, SS 1/31
    -$1 off Arm & Hammer 2-in-1 Dryer Cloths, printable
  • Gain 2X Laundry Detergent Liquid 24-32 Loads or Powder 40 Loads $4.99
    -$1 off Gain Laundry Detergent, RP 3/21, RP 3/17
    -$1.25 Gain Laundry Detergent, Save-a-Lot Home Mailer (exp 3/30)
  • Kodak PowerFlash Camera 27 Exposures B1G1
  • Kodak Picture Movie DVD $14.99 B1G1

Drugs

  • Nature’s Bounty Vitamins and Supplements B1G1
    -$2 off Nature’s Bounty Vitamins and Supplements, printable
    -$1 Nature’s Bounty Vitamins and Supplements, RP 1/24, RP 3/14, printable
  • CVS Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs B1G1

Personal Care

  • Listerine 500 mL or pocket paks 72ct $1.99
    -$1 off Listerine RP 3/07, 1/03 or
    printable
    -$1 off Listerine Pocket Paks RP 1/03, 3/07
    (makes it $0.99)
  • Revlon Makeup B1G1
    -$1 off Revlon Color Cosmetic or Nail, SS 3/07
    -$2 off Revlon Color Cosmetic, SS 2/21 (exp 3/28)
  • Cetaphil B1G1 50% off (excludes bar soap)
    -$2 off Cetaphil product, Redbook (Feb, Mar, Apr), Good Housekeeping (Nov, Feb)
    -$5 off Cetaphil printable (limit reached)
  • Irish Spring or Softsoap body wash 15-18oz B1G1
    -$1 off Softsoap Body Wash, March All You
    -.75/1 off Softsoap Nutriserums Body Wash, printable
    -.50/1 off Irish Spring Body Wash, SS 3/14
  • BioLuxe Shampoo or Conditioner 15.5oz B1G1 at $9.99
    -$2 off Bioluxe, CVS Reinventing Beauty Magazine
    $1 off any CVS Hair Care Item, printing on CVS receipts
  • Always Pads 14-24 ct or Pantiliners 36-60 ct $2.99
    -$1 off Always Pads, PG 3/07
  • Accu-Check Aviva $9.99
    -$10 off Accu-Check Aviva, SS 11/08/09 (exp 3/31)
    -$5 off Accu-Check Aviva, SS 1/31, SS 2/07

Grocery

  • Kellogg’s Pop Tarts 8ct $1.66
    – $1.25/3 Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, 8 ct + RP 3/28
  • Coca Cola 2 liters $1 ea

Scenario Idea

  • Transaction #1
    Buy:
    (2) Oral B Toothbrushes $2.99 ea
    (2) Stayfree Pads $1.99
    (1) Listerine 500mL $1.99
    Use:
    B1G1 Oral B PG 3/07
    -$1 off Oral-B PG 2/21, 3/07
    B1G1 Stayfree RP 1/03
    -$2 off Stayfree RP 3/28
    -$1 off Listerine printable
    -$5 ECB (from last week)
    Total Due: nothing
    Get Back: $6 ECB
  • Transaction #2
    Buy:
    (8) Brow & Eye Markers $2.99
    Use
    (4) B1G1 CoverGirl PG 2/07
    (2) $2.50/2 CoverGirl coupons PG 2/07
    -$6 ECB
    Total Due: 96¢
    Get Back: $8 ECB
  • Transaction #3
    Buy:
    (2) Huggies Diapers $8.99
    Use:
    (2) – $3 off Huggies printable
    -$8 ECB
    Total Due: $3.98
    Get Back: $5 ECB

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    • pharmSCgirl

      Has anyone seen the mail in rebate form attached to the Bioluxe shampoo or conditioner lately? I didn't know if this MIR was still out there but this would be a money maker. Here's the deal:
      (1) Bioluxe Shampoo @ $9.99
      (1) Bioluxe Conditioner @ $0.00
      – (2) $2 off Bioluxe
      = $5.99 and submit for a $9.99 MIR (prepaid Visa) = $4 moneymaker(could be more if you also had one or two CVS $1 off hair care)

      • camib

        I just got back from CVS in Sumter and saw the rebate you were talking about on some of the bottles. Thank you for mentioning that or I would have overlooked it!

      • Carolin

        I did this deal last time it was B1G1. The only negative side to the MIR is that it is only good for the conditioner. Good Luck finding the MIRs

      • I have done the MIR before and got the Visa Pre-paid card for $9.99 recently.

        I got it during a bogo sale- regardless of which of you hand over first, the conditioner rings out as free, and the MIR is technically for the conditioner only. I also paid all oop expenses with ECBs, so my receipt total was for $0.00, conditioner was $0.00, but I circled the shampoo to show the price of it and had no issues receiving the rebate.

        HTH anyone worried about not actually paying anything or getting it during a bogo sale!

      • armywife74

        My CVS said I could only use one of the 2 dollar off coupons, the second one wouldn't ring up, so frustrating I left without my purchase. :( Any suggestions on how to get this deal? I found the mail in rebate.

        Thanks

        • kelli

          these coupons are actually one per customer. some stores will push them through but a lot won't. you could use a $2 off and a $1 off cvs hair care (from the coupon machine).

          • armywife74

            thanks kelli will try the cvs hair coupon then. Do you think I can use 2 cvs hair coupons? That is all I have been getting for the past couple of weeks.

            • kelli

              I think that this is a ymmv situation. Although they don't say it, the coupons that come from the coupon machine are also “one per customer” or so says my store. They obviously aren't meant to be one per customer since they print off once a day in most cases. I guess that they're technically meant to be one per transaction because the second one (and each one after that) will beep but you could argue that they don't say “one per customer” or “one per transaction on them.” My store stopped pushing them through a few months ago.

    • pharmSCgirl

      Could you buy 6 bags of easter M&M's and use (2) $1/3 coupons to bring the total to $10 and get the $3 ECB if you bought these on Saturday night? I don't really need M&M's but I know a lot of people that love them and was just wondering if this would work as a double offer.

      • Yep as long as you do it Saturday night :)

        • Amanda B.

          Why Saturday night? I am confused.

          • Dana

            Last week, they had an ECB special $3 ECB wyb $10 in Easter Candy. This week, the candy is on sale. If you go on Saturday night, they actually have the sale that starts the next day going on at the same time as the previous week's sale.

            So pharmSCgirl is using both specials to get the candy on sale (this week's special) and get the $3 ECB back (last week's special).

            Does that make sense?

    • RebeccaFer

      Nice ad CVS! :D I have a Happy Birthday $3 ECB present for me and for hubby (our birthdays are two weeks apart) and a couple of $4/$20 qs too so I know what I'll be doing this weekend! :D

    • Get Back: $2 RR, makes it FREE

      lol on the Register Rewards. But hey when you do so many sales ads each week it can be easy to slip up and say RR when you mean ECB or a hundred other little things like that. Thanks for all you do with this plethora of store deals listings!!!

    • Mysterious_Mentalist

      For Gillette Fusion Cartridge deal, you can use $4 Off Q. for cartridges, if you have it, along with get free fusion razor Q. to make it even better deal. These are the coupons that you would get inside the disposable razor packages if you bought few weeks on a deal.

      In which case,

      buy 1 cartridge (15.xx)
      1 fusion razor (9.99 or 11.99)

      Use
      1 $4 Off cartirdge
      1 free fusion

      Amount due $11.xx
      get back $5 ECB, makes it $3.xx each

    • Mysterious_Mentalist

      Is Hershey's candy a part of “get $3 ECB wyb $10 candies” deal for this week?

      • Kelley

        Yes I bought Reese's and Hershey minis the other day.

    • Anonymous

      Try this link for a $2.00 Cetaphil coupon:
      http://www.cetaphil.com/survey/savings.aspx

    • marysc

      I got a coupon from the “red machine” yesterday for $2 off any $10 baby purchase, which will work with the diaper deal!!!

      • kpojero

        So did I. I also got a cvs coupon for $2.50 off a pack of pullups in the mail yesterday. Do you know if i can use those two together with two manufacture coupons??

        • Christina

          Yes you can use them w/the maufacturer coupons.
          I got this one also! Stoked!

      • camib

        I was jealous of your coupon until I got one today! Can't wait to get some more cheap diapers!

      • Brenda

        Just got back from CVS and also got the same $2 CRT. so excited about cheap Huggies next week!

      • alissabeth

        I got one today too! Will make the Huggies deal even better!

      • ncangel

        I went Saturday night to get my Huggies since my $4 CVS Q was expiring on 3/27, and I got the $2/$10 baby Q. So I asked the cashier if I could use both, and she said lets try it and it worked with both store Qs plus the $3 ip. HTH

    • Jenny

      There was a 3 off 3 Listerine CVS coupons som where online (I printed it a few weeks ago) so If you stack that with 3/1 off Listerine they would be free.

      • 3monkeysmom

        It's on the CVS website. I had it and, like an idiot, threw it away for some reason.
        But it's still on there. I found it under 30187.

        • Debbie33

          I am not seeing the cvs 3 off 3 listerine. I just see the $1 Listerine. :(

          • 3monkeysmom

            It's still on there, the wording on it says: BUY ANY 3, GET $3.00 OFF Johnson & Johnson any participating LISTERINE® or REACH® products at CVS/pharmacy.
            The picture on the left is the Listerine and Reach brand logos and under it has a red block that says “cvs pharmacy, for all the ways you care.”
            It's still showing up under zip 30187 for me.
            I tried to sort them so it would show up on the first page, but my print limit is reached so it's always on the very last page for me :-(
            Hope you find it :-)

            • beckymcgarvey

              this was a printable and says cvs on it, but i think its a manu q and won't stack

            • 3monkeysmom

              The top of the coupon says ” cvs/pharmacy coupon,” not “manufacturer coupon.”
              But I see what you're saying b/c the fine print makes it look like a manu q, but the other fine print says you can only use it at CVS so I'm not sure……..
              But at Wags, some of their store coupons ( the ones in their monthly coupon book) actually say “manufacturer coupon” but are treated as store coupons, allowing them to be stacked.
              This can get quite confusing, you almost need a lawyer to figure this stuff out sometimes :-)
              Can't hurt to ask CVS about it.

            • ziggy34434

              If the barcode starts with a 5 it's a MQ but if it starts with 4 it's a store Q

            • dealfinder86

              3monkeysmom: Can you give us a link for the $3/3 LISTERINE?? I can't seem to find it either :( Thanks!

            • Anonymous
            • Anonymous

              Or try this one. When i clicked the link it took me to the site with ALL of the coupons but the Listerine coupon was the very first one.
              http://print.coupons.com/coupon.asp?id=176666214415&alt=yes

            • 3monkeysmom

              I sent a link but it has to be approved before it will post here.
              All of the coupons on there have an envelope icon on them so you can email them to friends. I emailed it to a friend so she can forward it back to me so I can maybe get a link from that that goes directly to the coupon. Hope that works. If not I can email you( and whoever else needs it) the coupon.

            • megan10

              So if you used the $3 off 3 and (3) of the $1 off, you can get 3 for free. Am I calculating this right?

            • 3monkeysmom

              It should, if they consider the $3 off 3 a store coupon and not manuf.

            • 3monkeysmom

              It's also pulling up under zip 90210.

            • francesA

              The $3 off 3 Listerine participating items does say “CVS/Pharmacy Coupon” at the top but it is a manufacturer's coupon which starts with a “5”. Also, if you read the fine print, it does not include the 500 ML which is on sale. Don't waste your printer ink!

              You can use the $1 manufacturer's coupon to make it .99 for the 500 ML

            • 3monkeysmom

              You're right. The size does exclude it. I actually had to pull up a conversion chart to figure it out :-) 500mL is .5L and the coupon is for 1L or 1.5L, I guess those are the big ones.
              It's irritating that they would make it seem like a store coupon, if it's a manuf. Especially when there are manuf coupons on there that are obviously manuf. and when it says you can only use it at CVS.
              Oh well :-)

    • miralys

      The red coupon scanner gave me a $1 off Thermacare coupon (CVS coupon) yesterday which I plan to use, so heads up to everyone else. You might get one when you scan your card.

      • Jeri

        I only had one of the $3 off Thermacare printables and one of the $1 offs from Sundays insert and plan to use those. When I got to the store, some of the Thermacare had $2 off peelies attached so I was able to get 2/$13.98 minus $4 in mfg qs so my total was $10 and I got $5 in ECB making each package $2.50!

    • Sherry

      For the Huggies deal can you stack the $4 off Huggies Diapers AND Huggies Wipes CVS coupon printing on receipts with a $3 off any Huggies Diapers coupon? Thanks in advance!

      • michele

        yes,i have that q too, so it makes for some really cheap diapers and wipes!

      • rjid

        I got that coupon too but mine expired on the 23rd :( It wasn't worth buying diapers at regular price even with stacking coupons. I hope you have better luck and are able to use yours!!

        • Lori

          If it is a CVS coupon that expired, they normally let you use it a week after it is expired.

          • alissabeth

            Oh poop. I need to go dig it out of the trash!!!! I forgot they said the will take expired ECB and coupons!

        • rjid

          REALLY!? That's awesome info. Thanx!!

      • narrowgate

        I have one also. Yes, you can stack them. I did something similar last month with a $4 off a box of Huggies diaper coupon from a CVS receipt.

      • Lori

        I have the $4 off Q and the $2 off $10 baby purchase Q. Will I be able to use both with the $3 off Huggies manu Q or only one of them?

        • ncangel

          worked for me yesterday, I used all 3.

    • 3monkeysmom

      When you print the coupon for Scott Tissue off of the CVS site, it will print a coupon offer at the bottom of the page. Buy two products, get $2, 3 products, get $3, and four products, get $4. You fill it out like a rebate, it requires the receipt and UPC codes from your products.
      They will email you the coupon(s). It didn't say if it would be one coupon or several $1 coupons. It DID say that you have to buy from different categories, so you can't buy two or more of the same product. You can get all the details at:
      scottcommonsense(dot)com/coupon

    • jen

      seems like I saw the refill for swiffer wet jet for 3.99 (the liquid mop stuff).. anyone know if this is a good price? thanks

      • 3monkeysmom

        Seems like a good price to me. The last time I bought it I HAD to buy it. I was out and needed it desperately so I bought it at full-price at Wags and I think it was between $5 and $6. I did have a $1 q and it made me feel a tad better for buying it when it wasn't on sale but it still hurt to have to!!!

        • DonnaTN

          how do you guys like the wet mop? I was thinking of buying that for my floors. I have laminate and when i do reg mopping, i have to towel dry it after or I end up getting water spots. Would like your opinion on this item!

          • 3monkeysmom

            I like the WetJet alot. I don't have to fill a bucket of water and since you put a new pad on every time, as opposed to reusing the same mophead/sponge, I feel like my floors are actually getting clean. I'm borderline OCD and the thought of running a sponge mop over my floors makes me cringe :-)
            I have linoleum so I'm not sure how it works on laminate but it always dries super-quick :-)
            The only problem is getting in the corners really good, but I had that problem with a regular mop too.

          • jen

            I just got one the other week and I like it for my vinyl. I have a laminate floor that I haven't tried it on yet b/c I'm afraid to (weird I know). When the wetjets first came out, my friend used it on her wood floor and said it left streaks.. seeing as how my hubby spent a lot time putting in the laminate flooring, I would hate to mess it up w/ streaks.. I was hoping to find out if anyone else had tried it on laminate and how it worked before I made any ventures…. I did put a little of the solution in the corner of the room and let it sit for a minute.. seemed like it left it a little rough, but it could've all been in my head…

            for my vinyl floor I love it.. 10x easier than mopping (and with little kiddos around, I give it an A+… I swiffer with the sweeper first and then do the wet jet next and my 2 1/2 year old loves using the dry swiffer like crazy when I'm done so he can “help”)

          • Kelley

            Donna,
            I use my wet jet on my wood and ceramic tiles floors. I love it. My kids like to use it and mop as well.

          • Nelanie

            My family has laminate floors too. We love the Swiffer wet mop.

      • Lori

        It's not bad. Use the 50 cent off coupon too!

    • Erin

      Hmmm. I'm just not seeing a lot here again. Luckily, I don't really have to roll my ECBs this week. I did get a $3 coupon for Huggies Pullups last time I scanned my card. Now, if I could get the $2/$10 baby purchase, I'd be more excited.

      • 3monkeysmom

        I WISH I had that Pull-Ups coupon you have!!! I always get ones for CVS brand items. I do appreciate the ones for CVS paper towels but a $3 store q plus $2 manu q for Pull-Ups PLUS ECBs back makes my heart leap :-)

        • Erin

          I was a bit aggravated when I got it–I was doing the Pampers. Heading there today, and hoping for the $2/$10. And I don't even have kids in diapers/training pants at the moment. I guess I need to get to work on child #2 to make use of my diaper stash : )

          • 3monkeysmom

            Yep, a baby to put in those diapers might help :-)

          • Tonya

            I'm doing the same thing. Too good of a deal to pass up.

            • JZig

              i have a 15 month old- we do mostly cloth but he sleeps in a disposable and when we go out of town we usually do disposables, but we have stock piled until he is potty trained (i think!!) so my husband told me to start stock piling smaller sizes :) i know have a few packs of 1 and 2, and probably about 10 packs of 3!!! (we have big babies…or at least our first was 11 lbs!)

            • michelle

              I use cloth too, but getting the pullups at such a good price makes me want to stock up(and in tiny sizes too in hopes for a future baby) I know what you mean about big babies, my last one was 10 lbs even!

    • lovesavingmoney

      I do see a few things I like this week.. Im going to CVS today so maybe I will get lucky and get the pull-ups coupon! :fingers crossed::

    • Jeanne

      I am confused by the transaction #1 scenario. Stayfree @ 1.99. The ECB appears to be on Stayfree priced @ 3.99.

      • Jennifer

        The price is reflective on what it would be with the B1G1 coupon. They are 3.99 but with the B1G1 the price would come out to be 1.99 each. So if you don't have the B1G1 coupon they would in fact be 3.99.

        • Jeanne

          I can buy that but that would make the toothbrush $1.50… The transaction does work regardless of how it is listed. :)

    • reginamarie

      Is the stayfree/carefree promo new or the same one that has been going on all month? I already did the monthly deal and even gave away my extra BOGO Qn's! Anyway trying to plan my trip and not sure if I should plan on that purchase or not.

    • Lori

      The 12 packs of coke should be on sale for 3 for 11 with 3ECB's back. This is only a three day sale. Also Publix had some small coupon booklet with 1 off coke when you buy 2 packs!

      • Wendy

        My CVS ad says they are 3/$10 on the coke with the cvs card and then $3 back.

        • GAmeg

          I did these deal and sweetened it with a man q I found at Publix – buy 3 12 packs, get two 2 liters free!

    • beckycollinskelly

      Jenny, I received a Q from CVS (in store) today for $2 off your next baby purchase of $10 or more (excludes formula). Will combine with Huggies diaper offer to make a Jumbo pack $2.49 each. (Greenville, SC store)

    • JEB

      Today at CVS, I got a coupon printed on my receipt for $2 off Stayfree to combine with the manu. Qs. Also got an email yesterday for free body wash or CVS cookie dough bite candies that I redeemed today.

      • DonnaTN

        JEB I got this as well! Which will you get? I'm thinking body wash myself…lol

        • Jeri

          I got the body wash too! Actually my teenage daughter got the benefit of using it but since it was free it was all good :)

      • Catherine

        I got a $4/2 Stayfree products! WIth that and the $1 Q it will be free! :)

    • Esmelda

      I had a $7 off a $15 Revlon purchase print out last week.

      • Suemh

        I got this also. With Revlon BOGO this week, this could be a great deal. I wonder if it could be used with $4 off $20 purchase of skin care products that I got last week?

        • lionfan94

          They probably can be used together – can't hurt to ask. Also, there are $3 off peelies on some of the colorstay foundations that work for any foundation (not just the one it's on). Makes for a good deal if you have some of the $1 off any Revlon, too. I paid $7 for $33 worth of makeup and 3 12 packs of coke last night and got $3 ECB back.

          • Suemh

            I used mine yesterday. I did not attempt to use the $4 Q. I bought 4 Lip glosses @ 7.99 BOGO & used 2 $2 q's and the $7 q. Paid 4.98 for all 4. Not bad. I did not see any Revlon clearance items. I feel kinda bad though. There was another lady there with the same q's that I had. She bought 2 9.99 items BOGO and 1 4.99 item to bring her total to 14.98 (coupon was accepted). I feel bad that I did not point out to her that she could have gotten another 4.99 item for free.

    • jflabeda

      I received a CVS coupon in the mail today for $2.50 off of Pull-Ups. Does anyone know if I can use that with a manufacturer's coupon?

      • Lori

        Yes you can stack a CVS on a manufacture coupon!

    • megan10

      Does CVS let you use a CVS coupon with a manufacturer coupon for one item like rite aid?

      • Suemh

        Yes

    • Annie

      I can't seem to find the Oral B $1 off coupon in either of my PG booklets. They have the dollar off Oral B stages toothbrushes for kids. Can we use these?

      • Brooke82

        I don't have the $1 Q either. We got the 75 cents off Q in our paper.

      • Carrie

        I only have the $.75 coupon as well.

    • Julie

      I have been showing up at my CVS every Sunday morning to try to get the best ECB deals and the good ones always seem to be sold out. I talked to the assistant manager at the CVSs I frequent and found out they start changing items to the sales/ECB prices on Friday night! about 1-2 hours before closing and really start their ECB sales before Sunday! So I am definitely showing up tonight with all my coupons to try to get the ECB items that I need!

    • Libbytn

      I know the deals start tomorrow night at my cvs. Does that include the 3 day sales as well? Because that would really help the deal I've got planned out for diapers and wipes!

      • Jennifer

        At my store, the 3 day sale items will not work on Saturday, even though the rest of the ad will. Maybe call ahead and check with your store in case that varies, though.

    • Lucy

      Wow, what a nice week at CVS.
      This is my plan:

      Buy 2 newspapers
      -Buy 4 Stayfree pads ($3.99 each)
      -Use 2 BOGO and 2 $2/1 (both 3/28)
      Total due: $4
      Get back: $8 ECBs

      Next transaction
      -Buy 2 Huggies Diapers ($8.97 each)
      -Use $2/$10 baby items (prints on your receipt after buying a baby item or scan you CVS card to get the coupon)
      -Use 2 $3/1 Huggies
      -Use $8 ECBs from 1st transaction
      -Total due: $2
      -Get back: $5 ECBs

      Total OOP: $6
      Get ECBs: $5
      Total cost: $1 for 2 packs of diapers and 4 packs of pads!!! $1!!!

      • abreci

        what newspaper did you buy?

      • Ivey

        our store takes Wags cpns and will also take the $3/15 or $5/25 Rte aid, Today I bought 2 packs of pullups for 17.98, used 2/ $3 mq, $3/15 Rite-Aid and 2 Publix $3 diiapers store cpn, paid roughly $2 OOP and got back $5 ECB! Sweet! Did not know they took the Publix till I asked the mgr!!

      • Amanda

        I went to cvs earlier and got the pads but I had a 3.99 ECB to use for the oop. I got the $8ECBs and now I am going to use your idea on the huggies tommorrow. Thanks for these ideas Jenny and Lucy!!! Saving money is GREAT!!!

    • tammyMD

      can the huggies $3 off diaper q work for pull ups?

      • Lucy

        I heard people say the coupon works for Pull Ups, somebody used it at CVS and it worked. I would love to get Pull Ups too for these coupons – very active toddler who refuses to put anything on ;)

        • 3monkeysmom

          I tried to use it at RiteAid and it beeped and wouldn't go through :-(

          • kardomr

            But I used it at Rite Aid and it worked…twice!

            They are Huggies brand. And they are a diaper product.

            • 3monkeysmom

              That's why I though I could use it…..and even the cashier didn't understand why it wouldn't go through b/c it said “any” Huggies diapers.
              I had other manuf. q's for the Pull-Ups, so I used those instead but I really wish I could've used the $3 one :-(

            • ziggy34434

              I would expect a good Walgreens deal on Pull-Ups sometime this month. There is a $2 off store coupon in the April coupon book to stack with a MQ. If they do any RR deals, it should work nicely together.

            • 3monkeysmom

              I saw that in there today :-) But they just had a Huggies deal last week or the week before. How often do they cycle a sale like that?

    • Mysterious_Mentalist

      The CVS Q. for Listerine $3/3 states no size/volume for the whitening rinse; it states larger volume sizes for others though (all in very fine print). If whitening rinse is on sale, then you could use the Q. Also, the Q. states “CVS Q.”, though the upc is “normal” manuf. design. Consumers can argue that the Q. is CVS because it states so; consumers do not need to know nor are expected to know what codes “they” use on Qs. Therefore, Q. should be allowed to be stacked with regular Listerine Q.

      • 3monkeysmom

        Wow, when you read the fine print you REALLY read the fine print :-) And I thought the same thing, the fine print was VERY fine print indeed. This coupon is a bit misleading and is causing way too much confusion!!
        I understand that it starts with a 5 and “technically” is a manuf. coupon but my opinion is that if a coupon says it can only be used at CVS ( or any store for that matter) then it should be considered a store coupon (EVEN if it says manuf. on it, which this one clearly doesn't), and if it's a store coupon, then it should be able to be stacked. Sorry about the rant but this coupon is getting on my nerves :-)
        I have to drop by CVS tmw anyway so I might just ask them about it before I try to use it next week.
        I

        • Mysterious_Mentalist

          Asking about “it” may not be a wise thing to do. You may be drawing unwanted attention to otherwise, petty matter. Store employees may start getting confused and would unnecessarily start being technical and may make it difficult to conduct everyday transactions for everybody. The Q. says “store Q.”-that is all that matters; stack it with manuf. Q for the right item and you should be ok. There may be a reason CVS is doing that-they want your business on items you would otherwise not buy and more positively, CVS will get reimbursed for all the Qs. one way or ther other.

          • 3monkeysmom

            I get what you're saying but it feels dishonest to me to try to sneak it in when I know that it's questionable. I'm just doing what I feel is right for me and what I'm comfortable with. Others can do as they feel appropriate. I have to square with my Creator and the one true Judge and that's all that matters to me :-)

        • Tonya

          My cpn 3 off 3 starts w a 4.

          • 3monkeysmom

            You should be good to go then :-) As long as you get the sizes right. You might need a magnifying glass to read all that teeny weeny print :-)

          • francesA

            Where did you get the $3/3 coupon that starts with a “4”. I printed another copy off the CVS site and mine still starts with a “5.”
            Thanks!

      • Suemh

        My store always puts these through without questioning them. If the Q says CVS on it, they stack it.

        • 3monkeysmom

          I asked about it today and the cashier told me it was a CVS coupon :-)

    • Leslie

      I accidently had my 10year old put my ECB's in the mailbox with some letters (they were folded up in a piece of paper with my shopping list on it) and I just realized it today. The list of unused ones is on the website (I had almost $16!). Did I just throw away that much money or is there any other way to get them back since they can only be used with my card? I have only just started this and I don't know all the ins and outs. I am just sick over this! Thanks for any help

      • Dianne

        I have read on this site in the past of people calling customer service when this has happened and they can 'fix” it for you. I have not done this myself. HTH.

        • leslie

          I tried this and she said they are not allowed to reset them so they are just gone. She did offer me free coupons for paper towels and lotion, though, but I hate the idea of having to start over completely! And it doesn't look like this is a great week to start over; we don't use diapers and there aren't a lot of other good deals.

          • karen

            I just lost $17 worth a few weeks ago and they gave them back to me. Just go to cvs website and use their contact email to explain the problem. They will ask you a few questions to verfity that you are who you are. After a few days, I was able to go to the redbox and scan my card to get the $17 ecb's. The only drawback was it was one $17 ecb so I had to make a large purchase to use them.

            • leslie

              thanks. I tried calling, so I'll do email instead. She said on the phone that it was becasue the vendors wouldn't let them issue them more than once, but it shows on the website what is unused and whoever found them at the post office can't use them since they don't have my card, so what she said didn't really make sense.

            • Jeri

              I haven't ever tried to “reprint” my ECBs that printed on my receipt but when I just checked the website to see if ECBS were printable it states…

              “Can I print my ExtraCare rewards coupons online?

              Yes, you can print your coupons to use for in-store purchases. After you sign in to your account and have attached an ExtraCare card, go to the ExtraCare page and click on the ExtraCare Rewards tab. Then click on the coupon description for your printable coupon.”

              Since the CVS card you use keeps up with the specific coupon, you can't actually use the ECB twice so I would assume this would work. Just log in to your Extracare card account and click the “ExtraCare Rewards” tab to see which ECBs you currently have.

      • Jeanne

        The same thing happened to me a year ago when I started CVSing. I had $16 in ECBs fly out of my convertible. I went back to the store with my formerly free goods and asked the assistant manager if she could reissue the ECBs. $16 was higher than she was comfortable but she offered my a full refund and put it on a gift card. No free stuff but I got my money back. It really worked out fine as I have been able to get the same free stuff again and again.

    • SJ

      jus a heads up Walgreens loss prevention is looking into these sites and cracking down on coupons makin sure that the coupons are for the items being rung up. And also not allowing customers to buy and get rewards and then use them to buy other items

      • Mysterious_Mentalist

        I dont get this. This is not a thieves den-so the warning is uncalled for. Qs are being used for products being rung up-I dont know what the “cracking down” means. manuf. Q. are a form of payment to the retailer when used in a transaction. Walgreens would get reimbursed. If they dont like it, then they should stop accepting Qs and see what happens.

        To my understanding, “rewards” are also promotional marketing tactics and retailers are reimbursed by the manuf. Manuf. has already made a deal in a particular transaction to issue “me” “rewards” if I bought certain item. Now it is up to me what I use that reward for or how I roll it over to buy something else. This is what the nature of this marketing is. I do not see if there is any room for “loss prevention” and how that plays into this.

        Bottomline, this is smart shopping and all benefit from it. Loss prevention should have better things in mind.

        • Carrie

          If WAGS stops letting us use RRs toward purchasing other RR deals then I would definitely stop shopping there! Otherwise, prices are too high and I'll just shop at Wal-Mart.

        • guest

          Completely agree. Stores should not have any 'issues' with coupon usage as long as people are using them correctly, and there is no 'crack-down' necessary – just train the cashiers to actually pay attention to the coupons they're ringing up. LP needs to be concerned w/ people that shove stuff in their pockets and bags and walk out the door, and people who make fraudulent returns, not customers using legitimate coupons.

    • cdhicks99

      Went to CVS this morning here in Tennessee and the cashier told me that they were increasing the amount of Pampers you could buy on the Pampers Deal to 10!!!!

      • Yacoomba

        Really? Have you tried purchasing anymore packs by chance out of curiousity?

        • cdhicks99

          I did not try it, I was at the register buying the Huggies deal and that is when she told me. She said that if I needed more they had increased the limit on the Pampers deal to 10.
          I was only getting diapers for a friend, but let me tell you if I needed them, I sure would have stocked up on the Pampers today!

          • a_shrader

            cdhicks99!!!! You didn't even call your bestest buddy to let her know of the limit increase!!! And you WERE my love muffin…..what am I gonna do with you? lol

            I didn't have any more money this week anyway.

    • Mary S

      In the Huggies deal I have the 4$ CRT but how does the deal work out with it and 2 of the 3$ off coupons?

      • Lucy

        Let's say if you buy 2 Huggies jumbo packs ($8.97 each) = $18. Use $2/$10 baby items coupon and 2 $3/1 Huggies. Total due: $10. Get back: $5 ECBs. It's like buying each pack for $2.50 :)

    • ashley

      Question: I have a $4 off $20 skincare cvs q. I want to pair it with the clean and clear ecb deal this week. It says eraser or kit 19.99. Now, for the eb's to print does the $20 amount have to be over before or after tax?

      • Lucy

        It has to be BEFORE tax. So $19.99 makes you short of 1 cent. I know, ran into that problem before. Try finding something else that you need and that's cheap.

      • Mysterious_Mentalist

        Sometimes I have noticed, my required total was short of 3 pennies and ECB printed. Just try it first. If it does not print, ask them to see if they will print it manually for you.

        • GAmeg

          True – this just happened to me on the candy deal – i was – gasp – 4 cents short, and I still got my ECB's !

    • lovesavingmoney

      Quick question. I have the $2 off of your next $10 baby purchase PLUS the $4 off when you buy huggies and wipes. Along with the 2.50 CVS pull up coupons. Can I use all three together? I plan on buying regular huggies and pull ups ( of course wipes to use the coupon with). Thanks for your help!

      • Lucy

        All three will work if you buy Huggies, Pull Ups, and wipes. You are using $2/$10 on the whole purchase + $4 on huggies+wipes + $2.50 on pull ups, so each coupon is for a different item. So as far as I know, you should be fine :)

        • kpojero

          I just went to cvs and got 2 pullups and the cashier would not let me use the $2 off $10 baby and the $2.50 off pullups coupon together. She said the register would not allow it and she couldnt take it.

          • Lisa

            I used $3/1 mfg Qs plus $4 off diapers & wipes plus $2 off $10 today in the same transaction without problem. Made for some really cheap diapers!

    • zombiemommy

      Hey Jenny I got 4 packs of the Stayfree Deodorant Maxi in the 24ct size last night and got my ecbs.

    • jennifer_h

      If you recently got a free sample of the Crest 3D White whitestrips, it also came with a $1 off coupon on the 3D White toothpaste, making for free toothpaste!

    • embry10198

      Hey, Ladies! I have a question … I've been watching all month for the Stayfree “clipfree” deal w/ $2 ECB. Our store has been out of Stayfree all month. There is no signage to alert you of the ECB deal. I asked today, as it's the end of the month and I thought maybe I could get a rain check. They looked at me as if I had two heads! ??? They scanned the barcode … talked about it … and said if I could find an “event code” they could issue a rain check. They need “documented information” of the deal. Any thoughts or suggestions?

      • Suemh

        I looked on my receipt and my ecb coupon and do not see any kind of code. I suggest that you call the customer service number on the back of your card and see if they can help with the info. Or, if they have any of the Carefree pads that are included in the deal, you might ask them to ring one up and see if it shows that there is an ecb deal, because this deal is together. Neither the Stayfree or the Carefree were tagged in my stores, but I got the deal.

    • Amy

      The red box at CVS printed out a $3 off Huggies diapers for me last week. Is that considered a store coupon? Can I combine that with a $3 manuf. coupon?

      • Suemh

        It is a store coupon. It can be combined with mfg. coupon.

    • Ashley

      Does anyone know the zipcode for Nature's Bounty. I can't find the coupon. Thanks :)

      • Anonymous

        Their website says get $2 Q when you sign up. So sign up naturesbounty.com

    • megan10

      Does anyone know if you can use ECB's that someone else gave you that they got when they used their CVS card. Do the ECB's have to match the CVS card from where they were originally obtained? My boyfriend got some the other day and he gave them to me to use, just wondering if I could use my CVS card with them.

      • tcmomof3

        The ECB's have to be used with the card that was used to earn the ECB's. That is how it is at our cvs anyway…..If you have your boyfriend's card, you can use them.

      • abreci

        No. You can't.

    • tcmomof3

      Is anyone else missing the carefree/stayfree coupons in today's rp coupons?

      • janalee

        I am. I live in Birmingham. I also do not see the stayfree deal in the CVS ad. I may just be overlooking it, or it may be an unadvertised deal. I'm disappointed though. I was planning on doing this deal to make money towards the purchase of some Cetaphil products, while they were on sale. I guess I'll have to try and find another way.

      • Marie

        I am in Madison, AL and there were no Carefee/Stayfree coupons in the Huntsville Times.

      • melynn

        no carefree/stayfree coupons here in Lex.,SC either. Very disappointed

        • Kim

          None in Asheville, NC and I was looking foward to this deal! What happened???

          • Jackie Hanson

            I live in Birmingham also. No stayfree coupons in the Birmingham News. I know it’s not as nice as a $2 profit, but you can go on stayfree.com and sign up to print a $1 off coupon instead. I guess something is better than nothing!

          • Jana Lee

            I know it’s not as good as the $2 profit, but I just found $1.00 off coupons on stayfree.com you can print. I guess that’s better than nothing. :-)

    • juliemars

      Does CVS have coupon books? Where do I find them? thanks!

      • crystalfawn

        Not to my knowledge. You scan your card at their special red machine when you walk in the door. It will print a coupon or two for you.

    • Misty

      This was not in the paper but I saw it in the store…
      spend $20 on Loreal VivePro (2/$5) and get $5 ECB…

    • Anna

      Using coupons, the extra bucks from last week, and taking advantage of the buy one get free deals and other great sales for the week, my $43.00 purchase went down to a whopping $3.14. FANTASTIC!!

    • Misty

      I got the deodorant stayfree and the ECBs DID print. 8D

    • Jenn

      My cashier (Hull, GA) told me that the deodorant Stayfree are in fact part of the deal. I took them up to the register to see if they'd substitute and she checked and said they were already included.

      • Kelley

        They might have added deodorant to the sale because I bought deodorant Stayfree a few weeks back, no bucks printed. I actually returned them a week later.

        • Jenn

          it's entirely possible. They were out of the other ones, and these actually weren't tagged on the shelves.

    • abreci

      Jenny, I live in Columbia like you. Where are you seeing the BOGO for the Oral B? My coupon says Save $3 on Oral B battery tooth brush?

    • Becky

      I saw today's CVS ad but did not see ecb for stayfree pads. Is this a month long item or am I missing something?

      • Susan

        I live in Durham NC and I couldn't find any ecb in our ad either for the stayfree pads!

      • BusyMomandWife

        I went to CVS to do the Stayfree deal, I checked out only to find out that the stayfree did not have an ECB deal here in FL either, I was pretty angry. Fortunately the cashier was really nice and understanding about returning the items for me.

        • Joanne

          I am in Fl. also. I checked several of the stayfree to see which ones were on the deal. There were only 2 that my store had that would work. But it was on deal for ECB's.
          Just thought I would let you know.

    • Susan

      Went to CVS last night, here is what I got:

      2) Ester C, 60ct 1000mg ($10.97ea on sale Buy One Get One, used two $5 off coupons from a Sunday paper)
      2) Can Corn ($,50 ea)
      1) 8pk Sparkle Paper Towels (sale $4.99, used $.50 coupon from a Sunday paper)
      2) Oral B Toothbrushes ($2,99 ea, used Buy One Get One and $.75 coupon from a Sunday paper)
      1) Dawn dish washing detergent ($.97 used $.50 coupon from a Sunday paper)
      2) Folgers Coffee ($1,97ea, used $1.00 off 2 coupon from a Sunday paper)
      1) Colgate Toothpaste ($3.99,used $1.00 coupon from All You)
      Paid with $13.50 ECB's, received $8.00 ECB's, so for $5.50 of CVS money I purchased all this.

      Total before tax -$.08
      You can't do that at Wal-Mart
      Thanks Southern Savers!

    • hbaby

      Have any one has a $5 rebate form for Sc Johnson!!!!!!!!
      I have bought stuff but can not find rebate form on their web. any more.
      Please help.

      • Carrie

        If their website lists a phone number, I would suggest calling them and asking about it. I think the rebates are good until June (if my memory is correct).

      • crystalfawn

        I just googled sc johnson rebate and clicked on the first entry. That pulled up the rebate form with no problem. It expires in July. I can send the link if you need it but it takes time to get approved on this site. If you need the link though you can either email me or I will put it on here for you. :-)

    • griffins00

      our CVS has Coke for 3 for $10 with $3 ECB back, not 3 for $11. then I had a $1 off coupon for Coke products, so I was just expecting to pay $6 for all three 12-packs. But the cashier looked my coupon over and proceeded to scan it 3 times…once for each 12-pack I had!!! I got all 3 for $4!! also got the $2 off coupon on baby purchase when I scanned my card and got two packs of the Huggies – after coupons and with $5 ECB, paid $5 for both packs!!

    • Maria

      There was a Listerine Coupon in Weight Watcher Magazine Feb. 2010 for $5 off any combination of Listerine Antiseptic, Listerine Total Care, Smart Rinse, Rembrandt, or Reach Toothbrush or Floss. You'd get 3 Listerine for $1!

    • found a better deal on Claritin – boxes of 40 gel tabs on clearance for $8 apiece! I already had coupons with me, so bought 80 for only a $1 more than I would have paid for 24 with coupon and ECB. Check the clearance bin (these expire in November, check the expiration date before buying!)

    • kcreviews

      There were no Stayfree coupons in my RP insert. Very disappointing.

    • ziggy34434

      Will the 5 for $13 Coke coupon in the Walgreens store ad work for the ECB deal. It is a manufacturers coupon? It says so and the barcode starts with a 5. If so, then it would 5 for $10 after ECB. $2 per 12 pack seems good to me.

      • Cole05

        I would like to know if this would work as well. If I lived close to a CVS I would try and let everyone know, but mine is about an hour and a half away…

      • ziggy34434

        I tried it. It works. It takes of $3.25. So, if you buy 5 at CVS it comes out to $16.67. Subtract $3.25 for the Walgreens coupon and you have 5 12 packs for $10.42 or $2.08 each after $3 ECB.

        • Beckett

          did you have to have 5 wags in ad coupons or just one? sorry – all this tripling at HT everyday has got me blurred…:P

          • ziggy34434

            Just one. It's a MQ and it takes $3.25 off of five 12 packs. $3.25 is the sale price for Coke at Walgreens this week. The coupon is set to make the fifth one free at that price. Even though the ECB deal at CVS is for three, you need to buy five to use the coupon.

        • Ashley

          I'd like to go to CVS today in a lil bit to get the coke… but I can't figure out if I could apply 5 $1 coke coupons to this when using the Wags MQ that says $5 for $13. If so, that would be an awesome deal. 5 cokes for about $5 after ECB. Help!

          • ziggy34434

            I doubt it. I think you would make out better with the 5 $1 coupons. On the other hand, Coke coupons don't seem to come around that often. You could use the Wags one now and save your $1 Q's for later (unless they are set to expire soon).

            • Ashley

              Thanks Ziggy! Glad to hear some feedback. You're probably right. Wags q for now, save the others for another time.

    • bonnie

      I have a $4 / $20 Skin Care purchase. Can I use this toward the CoverGirl Cosmetics deal? Would you consider this a Skin Care item?

      • Toni

        I wouldn't think so. Skin care items are things like moisturizer and cleaners.

    • Ashley

      Omg, Walgreens on Fairview Rd was packed with couponing people today. So many people standing in line, each with 5 to 10+ papers in there hand. One lady told me she was getting 80!! Another man looked to have 30 or so in his buggy and was still going! I, myself, only got 2 LOL :)

      On a good note, I was not “coupon nazied' by some snarky employee at this store for practically the first time ever. I had dealings with 5 employees that I have never seen at this store before and there were soooo helpful and coupon friendly!!!!!!

    • jeniver

      Thank you Jenny!!! I just had my second great trip to CVS. You have saved us so much money, our family is so thankful to you and all your work. I had 11$ in ECB but they had expired on Monday of last week. I was stressed all week that I had wasted that money. I read on your site last night that they would take them expired so I decided to risk it and ask. I went today so they would be less than a week expired and also to use my free body wash coupon…that came via email. The cashier was very helpful and said that they would take them up to 30 days late (don't know if this is normal, but apparently is what my CVS does). So…I was excitied, got two packages of Huggies (with $2 off q's for each, one body wash free, and one hair product- detangler- cvs coupon printed with card upon entering store and they were on sale for $2 each so $1 off q = $1. I used my $11 in ECBs and only spend aproximately $4.36 oop and got $5 for my next trip!!! Thanks again!

      • mel

        jeniver,I envy you,my CVS in Pageland,S.C. would not take my store Q for diapers and wipes yesterday because it expired on 3-27-10.Plus they have started reading all wording on any Q before they try to scan.Checking out with Q's there is very slow. It used to not be like that,the cashier used to just check exp.dates and scan,if no beeps then no issues. I emailed corp. about this and it seems that they have had some coupon issues in the past and so now they check everyone.That hurts customers like me who just want to get in and out as fast as they can. Anyway,sounds like you had a great trip. Oh and Jenny thanks for all you do!

        • kim

          I shop CVS in pageland,sc and I also have been having issues with them wanting to read coupons “before” even trying to scan them. I understand they have to make sure it is in compliance but to me it just slow the whole checkout process down. I stood in line for 20 mins while the cashier checked every one for a lady in front of me and then did the same when it was my turn(and all scanned like a charm).I think this is just a waste of customers time. I just wish they would just check dates and scan like they did before. I always thought the coupon was already coded to the register to match products to coupon. I'm thinking of switching stores who are coupon friendly.

    • $3 off Miralax q spotted in front of product at Walgreens in Easley, SC. Could be used if found at your local Wags

    • Cat

      I am new to CVSing. If the sale indicates limit one, does that mean one per transaction, one per day, per sale period? Thank you.

      • Suemh

        One per sales period per card.

      • guest

        If the sale gives you back ECBs, the limit is per sale period. If the sale is just a sale price with no rewards attached and has a limit listed, that limit is generally per-transaction. (i.e. if you see a big pack of paper towels on sale for $5.99, limit 3, and there are no ecbs for purchasing them, you should be able to purchase 3 per transaction. The store does have the right to limit you since it is stated in the ad.)

    • haircutterCarmen

      Can you use 2 of the $2 off pull up coupons with the $4 off wipes and diapers?

      • The $4 off wipes and diapers coupon is taking money off of the diapers, so you can't use another coupon to take money off of the diapers.

      • guest

        If the $2 pullups coupons are manufacturer's coupon, then yes you may stack both of them w/ the $4 diaper/wipe coupon from the scanner or CRT, b/c the $4 coupon is a CVS coupon. You are allowed to use up to 1 manufacturer's coupon AND 1 cvs coupon per item in your transaction, if you actually have that many available.

    • candacejill

      Was curious if the Stayfree and Carefree products was a regional special. They weren't listed in my circular so I called the store and they were not on sale and there was no ECB…am I missing something?

    • Shelley

      Is the Stayfree deal the one that was going on all month?

    • Tasha

      Hi.. I'm a newbie and was in an across town CVS Saturday on the way home from a ballgame trying to locate some Pamper's Cruisers before my coupon expired. The lady in front of me price-matched from a Rite Aid circular. When I inquired to the sales clerk, she said all CVS stores should price match. Has anyone had any success price-matching at CVS? If so, if you price match do the ECB still print? Thanks in advance for any feedback.

    • Lucy

      You can get Huggies diapers as low as $1.70 a pack if you have (2) $1/1 Johnsons any item coupons and (2) $2/$10 baby purchase coupons (these print every day if you scan your card). You'll just have to separate diapers into 2 transactions. ECBs will print after you buy the 2nd pack.

      Transaction 1:
      Huggies diapers jumbo pack $8.97
      Johnsons buddies $1.19
      -$2/$10 CVS baby item coupon
      -$3 Huggies
      -$1 Johnsons item coupon
      Total due: $4.20

      Transaction 2:
      Same transaction, but now you will get $5 ECBs
      Total out of pocket: $8.40
      ECBs gotten: $5.00
      Total cost: $3.40 for 2 Huggies and 2 buddy bars

      • wolverinehokie

        What is a “Johnsons buddies”? I tried doing this scenario yesterday, but couldn't figure out what that was or where to find it. Also, has anyone been able to get 2 of the $2 off $10 coupons? I got 1 on Sunday, but yesterday I tried and didn't get one.

        • Lucy

          Johnsons buddies are the soap bars that come in orange packs, you can find them by the baby washes and lotions. They are usually $1.19 – $1.39 depending on CVS. I was able to print 2 $2/$10 baby items coupons, but I did it on two different days about 3 days ago. I checked yesterday, and the coupon doesn't print anymore :( I guess the promotion was running last week only.

    • Is the $3 ECB wyb $10 in Easter Candy still going on this week? It is not listed above, but I know it has been going on for a few weeks, so I was wondering if it was still going on.

      • chrystal m

        The easter deal is still going on I bought 1 piece of candy as a filler iteam and it showed up on my receipt. I have 3 products purchased and 7 to go to get the reward! I wish I had noticed it sooner or I would have taken advantage of the 2 for 4 deal on the hersheys candy.

        • Awesome! I thought I had missed out after accumulating nearly $4 in candy (all free products). I mean seriously now I could get $3 ECB for buying only $6 worth of candy! Plus candy always makes for a nice filler item!

    • karlooey

      i never seem to find the stayfree ad in the flyer and it is listed on here for bucks back. this has been about the 3rd time it has been listed and my cvs does not have this. i have coupons that i need to use for this product. can anyone tell me if i am just missing it. i do live in texas, wondering if these things are that different for different regions. also, when i pulled up a copy of the weekly ad on here, i didn't see it either. any help is appreciated! thanks

      • kimana517

        It's never been in my weekly ad either, but I tried it and sure enough, it works. Just get the 24 ct. packs and you should be good. I've gotten 4 packs that way (2 of them were deodorant kind and it worked so I'm not sure why Jenny says it doesn't) and got ECB for all of them. Combined with the $4 CVS Q that the magic coupon printer gave me, this was a huge money maker for me.

      • I live in Texas (Houston) and it worked for me. It wasn't marked and it wasn't in the ad, but it worked.

      • I believe this is a monthly deal, and monthly deals are not listed in weekly ads. This was not in my ad, but worked just fine and printed ECBs when I went a few nights ago. HTH

      • On and I'm in Dallas, TX if that helps too! :)

    • Joel

      I cannot get the pop tarts coupon to print off of Red Plum.. Any suggestions.. Got a Slim Jim coupon to print… but not pop tarts.. I did notice that some coupons are outlined in red and some in blue… does that make a difference?

    • JEB

      I am confused . I did not see the Stayfree/Carefree on sale in my weekly ad or in the store today. They had no clip free coupon books either…Is this on sale this week or or maybe next week? I want to use my coupons for it. I am in Columbia/Lexington SC area where Jenny is….My CVS keychain card fell off, so I just scanned the packs on the self scanner without it…do I have to scan my card to get sale price to show up? I know I went to Rite Aid today too, and the Lysol No Touch that was listed as 50 % off for $7.49 on the site was full price in the Lexington store, and not in the store ad. I'm not badmouthing Jenny, I am thankful for what she does, just need some clarification. Maybe the ads got changed….

      • guest

        This is a monthly deal – unfortunately CVS no longer provides the monthly booklets to help us reference these deals, however the sale/ECBs should be tagged on the shelf where you find the actual product. You do not have to scan your cvs card to get sale prices to show up on the scanner – the scanner should automatically show both the regular price and the sale price when you scan the item.

    • Ashley

      I went to CVS yesterday and done an ok job on my CVSing. However, my weekly ad didn't have the stayfree/carefree ad in it, and my store didnt have a “sale price” posted on the shelf either. Do you know if this deal is also for the Middle Tennessee area (Tullahoma inparticular)

      • Ashley

        It's a monthly deal that is not posted anywhere. CVS used to have a monthly deals booklet, but they do make the booklets anymore. The stayfree stuff is still valid for the month. Someone just catches word of it I guess.

    • Rachel

      I just got back from CVS & am not happy! They wouldn't let me use the B1G1 coupon plus the other on both the Oral B & the Stayfree! The computer beeped at him & didn't “allow him to” when I told him I've never had a problem before. Then I had $15.49 in EB that expired 3/5 & I've never had a problem using expired ones & he didn't take them. This was the manager (who is not very personable at all!) & I wanted to check to see if anyone else has run into this before I contact CVS – ???

      • Suemh

        I shop 2 different stores. Each of them have told me that they can accept ECB's through the Saturday after they expire. Their week ends on Saturday so after that they can not take them. I did have one manager put one through as a “one time courtesy”. But I have never had a problem using a BOGO coupon along with the ¢off coupon. As a matter of fact, I did it today on the Oral B.

      • homeisthebeachnow

        I wonder if you were at the CVS I shop at in Charleston SC. I encountered a very, unfriendly jerk there who gave me a hard time about manufacturers Q's that weren't expired! He took his sweet time reading each one of them, looked at the product, looked at the Q's. Another lady asked him why the sales stickers were still on the shelf from last week and he replied “cuz i've been on the phone all morning”. Doesn't make me very happy to go there now.

      • Mysterious_Mentalist

        This was incorrect. As a rule of thumb, one manuf. Q. per item is ok. Therefore, $ off the item on one and B1G1 on the other should work perfectly. Register beeps for “Free” Q because it prompts the cashier to manually enter the sale amount of the item it applies to, not because it's a wrong Q. Hand in/scan the $ Off Q. first and then the B1G1 Q. which will beep and the cashier needs to enter the amount of the product-simple as that. In case, register still beeps, then they just need to push them through because there is some register glitch-not your problem.

        Also, the cashier needs to scan the Qs/ECBs. Registers are already programmed-they seem to take expired Qs for days/weeks-meaning its ok and allowed. You came across a close-minded cashier who needs to be educated.

    • Brandi

      On the B1G1 @ CVS can you use two coupons, one for each product? I wasn't' for sure if they let you use a coupon on the “free” item?
      Thanks! :)

      • nancyatl

        I was wondering the same thing. My cashier said that i could not use one of my coupons b/c the item was B1G1.

      • It does seem to work… I guess the rationale is one coupon per item purchased.

      • Mysterious_Mentalist

        Yes, you can use two Qs. on such a deal at CVS. The rationale is one Q per item is ok-You are still buying the item that happens to be set at $0.00.

    • Tina J

      JUst a heads up for those that shop in Hueytown Alabama CVS is no longer accepting competitior coupons. I went in today and the sign outside says no more. Asked why and they said it came from the top!!

    • Suemh

      Just came from CVS & do not feel like I did as good as normal. Actually, though, I did. It's just that There were not many ECB deals that appealled to me and I had some ECB's that werre about to expire. I guess the reason it does not seem that I did as well is because I bought 3 12pks Coke. My store had them 3/10 and $3 ECBs back. $7 is actually a great deal. I also had a coupon from the scanner for $7 off $15 Revlon purchase. With Revlon being BOGO, I bought 4 7.99 items, used 2 $2 q's, and paid 4.98 for all 4 products: also a great deal. (I'm sure I had more Revlon q's but not with me. They also had Crest White Expressions on clearance for 90¢ and I had a 75¢ coupon. Another great deal. I also got the Oral B toothbrush with BOGO q and 75¢ q. Bought 1 Listerine pocket pack for 1.99 and had $1 q. and the Crest 3D with $1 q. (I used husband's card for this.) I spent a total of 11.08 out of pocket and $11 ECB's. I got $7 ECB's back, so I spent a total of $15.08.

    • Annie

      I just got a CVS coupon on my receipt for $3 off a box of huggies. Anyone else get this and if so, do you think they would take it for two packs of huggies instead because that would be aweseom if so! Thanks

    • BpGc

      Can anyone confirm that ECB's are printing for Carefree ULTRA Protection BOGO (both the free and the purchased one)? — I haven't had the guts to try any Carefree products that don't have shelf labels indicating the ECB — Thanks

      • I just did it and made #2 bucks from it. I bought 4 packs of Carefree. They were $3.79 at my store. I used 2 B1G1 coupons and 1 $2off. PLUS I got the $8 in ECBs!!!!!!!

    • Mamaberry

      Heads up on the Cover Girl B1G1 q – YMMV…My store says no, not a 'face' product. Register beeped and was told must be: foundation, powder…etc. I know, I know, you use eye & brow marker on FACE – however, if it really counted as a 'face product' as outlined by Cover girl, would they need to specify 'face', since that's all they sell??? (other than a few tools) So, I didn't argue.

    • anna

      can you use the manufacturer's coupon for cokes in the walgreen's ad (5 for $13) at cvs today and still get the $3 extra bucks back?

      • Toni

        Several posts already listed on this topic, so scan through the posts and you should find what you are looking for.

        • anna

          found it this time. thanks–

    • MyBoxoRox

      Okay, can I redeem the $5 ECB I earned from purchasing 2 packs of Huggies earlier when I go back to CVS later to get 2 more packs of Huggies and use my husband's different CVS card, or do ECB earned have to be redeemed using the same CVS card that earned them? I'd love to stock up on more Huggies while they have this deal going and it'd be extra nice if I could redeem the $5 earned from that first purchase on my next purchase of them!

      • Suemh

        ECB's are card-specific. You have to use then with the card that you used to earn them. I had a cashier one time who put one from my husband's card through on mine, so it can be done, its just how it is intended.

        • MyBoxoRox

          Okay, thanks for your help!

    • Just got home from CVS and man was I thrilled. I did make 4 different transactions, but it was worth it. The cashier was very patient and kind!!!

      I purchased:
      4 packs of the carefree pads
      1 CVS Green Bag
      1CVS Green Tag
      2 Packs of Huggies Pull Ups
      3 boxes of Pop Tarts
      1 bottle of Palmolive
      1 12pk of Scott Tissue paper
      3 bags of Jelly Beans
      1 bottle of Shampoo $0.99
      1 bottle of VO5 $0.99

      Total $15.93
      Total Saved $52.89

      76.8% SAVED!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Lucy

      Kelloggs cerials are also 2/$4, I didn't see it listed here. I'm going to see if there are any manf. coupons to go with this deal.

    • grisy

      Yesterday got a great deal at cvs came in with 3 ECB'S and coupons paid a little over 8 USD of a $56 bill (considering regular prices) and came back with 11 ECB's . I got paid to shop!
      the deal of the day … Revlon Gloss Creme (there was a couple of colors) with little green tag 75% off , plus the BOGO sale and I had 2 $1 Revlon coupons … 50 cents per 2 gloss tubes (9.99 each reg price) so be in the look out for this.
      good luck

    • BB

      Can anyone help me with some information I need? Does anyone know if you have to purchase the ConAgra $10 all on one receipt. I just added mine and it is $9.78. I have another receipt I could send with it if they would accept it. Also does anyone have the 1800 number for the $10 rebate from February for The Aveeno, Clean & Clear, Purpose,or Lubriderm products. I mailed mine January 18th and have not heard anything.

      • Susan

        Just received my Aveeno rebate today. Mine was also mailed in January.

        • BB

          Thank you so much Susan. Hopefully I will receive it soon.

    • Julie

      Pampers Cruiser Diapers are on clearance at my Local CVS for 8.97 (regular price 17.99) for 52 pack size 3. I also seen the size 4 there on cleanrce too. They are in a clearance area away from the other diaper deals so you may have to ask the manager.

    • liveoak1900

      New to the site, and new to the concept. Still learning – but I'm thinking of the money I could be saving!

      A couple of questions – today I purchased 2 Huggies with 2 -$3 coupons and I received $5 ECB.

      I also bought 3 cokes (3/$10 at my store) and got $3 ECB. Purchased Fusion cartridges and had a coupon for free razor ($9.99), got $5 ECB. I'm not too sure I followed the deal on the cartridges – is that spelled out correctly here?

      So, I left with $13 ECB. I noticed on the ECBs that it states “these savings applied to total purchase with specified product”. What does that mean exactly? Do I have to use the $5 ECB from Huggies only for a purchase of Huggies the next time? Also – the diapers has a ECB limit of one. I take it that if I went back to the store, repeated the deal I listed above – i would not get additional ECBs?

      Sorry for the ignorance, and thanks for your help!

    • liveoak1900

      New to the site, and new to the concept. Still learning – but I'm thinking of the money I could be saving!

      A couple of questions – today I purchased 2 Huggies with 2 -$3 coupons and I received $5 ECB.

      I also bought 3 cokes (3/$10 at my store) and got $3 ECB. Purchased Fusion cartridges and had a coupon for free razor ($9.99), got $5 ECB. I'm not too sure I followed the deal on the cartridges – is that spelled out correctly here?

      So, I left with $13 ECB. I noticed on the ECBs that it states “these savings applied to total purchase with specified product”. What does that mean exactly? Do I have to use the $5 ECB from Huggies only for a purchase of Huggies the next time? Also – the diapers has a ECB limit of one. I take it that if I went back to the store, repeated the deal I listed above – i would not get additional ECBs?

      Sorry for the ignorance, and thanks for your help!

      • 3monkeysmom

        “these savings applied to total purchase with specified product”- I'm not exactly sure what that means, but you don't have to use your ECBs on the same item you got them from buying. You can use them on anything except for the things excluded on the bottom of the ECB.
        You are correct about the limits. If it's limit 1, you will only get the ECBs once. You can still get the sale price if you went back for more but you won't get the ECBs.
        Hope that helps! I usually wind up making things seem more complicated than they are when I try to explain them :-)

    • Lyddie

      I can't find the Stayfree/Carefree deal in the flyer, and the sale was not marked in my CVS store. Does this mean it's not actually on sale…and it's just a good deal?

    • RyBro

      I got a $2 off $10 baby product coupon last week, and then I got a $2.50 off a pack of Pullups CVS coupon in the mail… so I bought one pack of diapers, one pack of pullups and a $1.49 baby wipes. Used both cvs q's and two $3 off man qs. I had ECB's to pay with, so all I had to pay was the tax and got the $5 ECB back. Yay!

    • stephanie

      stayfree and carefree items are not on sale in NC

    • ToddDu

      I haven't seen this posted but sorry if duplicate
      Betty Crocker brownies (non deluxe) $0.88 each
      Bumble Tuna (sorry can't remember exact) but I think $0.88 each

    • kimmaddox

      My CVS in Flowery Branch GA does not have the stayfree pads w/2ecb back….Does anyone else have this issue?

    • Lucy

      Does anybody know, if I get a coupon “$1 off CVS hair care”, is it on CVS BRAND hair care, or on ANY brand?

      • ASmith

        CVS store brand only.

      • Dianne

        You would be surprised what the CVS brands are though. I have used those coupons on lots of shampoos, even the trial sizes. Think Bioluxe and Viologie.

    • Transaction 1:
      Huggies Ultratrim Jumbo 27 ct- $8.99
      Huggies Goodnight 12 ct- $8.99

      Huggies pull-ups Q- $3.00
      Goodnights Q- $2.00

      Total Due- $12.98 for 2 packs of diapers/pullups

      Received $5.00 ECB back

      Transaction #2:

      1 Fixodent – $3.99
      3 Puffs Plus- $.97 ea
      2 Dove deodorant on clearance for $1.20 ea
      1 Mitchum Deodorant on sale for $1.99
      6 Tubes of Crest toothpaste on clearance for $.90 each

      Puffs Q for $.25
      Fixodent Q for $1.00
      Crest Q for $.50
      Crest Q for $.75

      Minus $5.00 ECB

      Total Due- $10.48 for 6 tubes of Toothpaste, 3 deodorants, Fixodent, 3 tissues

      Total Amount for this trip: $23.46

      I am incredibly excited about this, because I am still pretty new at all of this!

    • Question, does anyone know if you can do this transaction 2 or 3 times (different days?)

      • gingerinCA

        You can only do it as many times as the limit. If, for example, it says Crest toothpaste will give you 1$ ECB, “limit 2”, then you can buy 2 toothpastes and get back 2 ECBs. If you go in the next day and buy another toothpaste, you won't get another ECB, because you've already reached the limit. If you look at the bottom of your receipt, it will say which deals you've used and whether you're at the limit.

    • pharmSCgirl

      There wasn't all that much that excited me at CVS this week. I did go in today did this transaction:
      Bought:
      (2) Thermacare Heat Wraps 2-3 count @ $6.99 each
      (1) Tums 96 count Assorted Berry flavor @ $3.99
      Coupons used:
      (2) $3 off Thermacare Heat Wraps MQ
      (1) $2 off Thermacare Heat Wraps MQ that was on the box (I told
      the cashier that I would rather use my $3 off coupon and I
      would hold onto the $2 coupon, but she insisted on trying to
      scan it to see if it would take it)
      (1) $1 off Thermacare Heat Wraps CVS Coupon
      (1) $2 off Tums 24 ct. or larger CVS Coupon
      (1) $1 off Tums 25 ct. or larger MQ
      (1) $4 ECB
      (1) $2 ECB (printed from coupon kiosk – Winter Spending)
      Total came to $0.84 and I used my CVS gift card

      • Beckett

        Great job! Where did you get the CVS coupons for thermacare and tums? I looked and do not see, what zip? I already went and got my cokes earlier this week, wasn't planning on going back until I got the 5 off 25 today, whoohoo my first cvs off coupon emailed to me after a year of being signed up! lol

        • pharmSCgirl

          Jenny has the link to the $3 off Thermacare coupon underneath the deal. I think I found the Tums coupon either on Target's coupon website or coupons.com I'm not sure which one, but I've had it for a few weeks now. The zip code I would have probably used would be 29316. Good luck and happy shopping!

    • wh1skeyg1rl

      Love the Huggies deal.
      Huggies diapers $8.97
      (2) -$3.00 off MQ
      -$10 ECB
      Total due $3.24
      ECB recv'd $5 + $1 = $6 SWEEEEEEEEEET!

    • JZig

      had a 2 great runs at CVS!!
      1st transaction on my card:
      2 diapers 8.99 each- 17.98
      2 cover girl brow pencils-2.99 each- 5.98
      2 cover girl eye shadows- 8.49 each- 16.98
      when i scanned my card i got a $3 off huggies box- the cashier said it was for the packages too!
      -$3
      -$5 (i got a $5 off $25 today! :) )
      -$3 huggies
      -$3 huggies
      -$8.49 BOGO covergirl
      -$2.99 BOGO covergirl
      -$2.50 covergirl
      before coupons: 40.94
      after coupons: 12.96!!!
      paid 4.42 OOP (after ECB and taxes)
      GOT 8 and 5 ECB!!! FREE DIAPERS AND MAKE UP!!! :)

      transaction #2
      on my husbands card
      2 diapers- 17.98
      2 toothbrushes- 2.99-5.98
      total 23.96
      the manager was there while they were ringing me up and she said it was okay to use my $5 off coupon from the email even though my total was 23.96 SO
      -$5 email
      -$3 CVS coupon for huggies box
      -$3 huggies
      -$3 huggies
      -$2.99 BOGO toothbrush
      (they forgot to ring up my .75 off toothbrush coupon but oh well!)
      total before coupons: 23.96
      After coupons: 6.97
      Paid $1.27 after using ECBs and got
      5 ECB and 2 ECB!!!!!!! FREE DIAPERS AND TOOTHBRUSHES :)

    • laurel

      The stayfree deal is not in my weekly advertisement. Is this deal the monthly deal?

      • bettykp

        were did you get your cvs $5 off $25 coupon ?

    • pharmSCgirl

      Jenny has the link to the $3 off Thermacare coupon underneath the deal. I think I found the Tums coupon either on Target's coupon website or coupons.com I'm not sure which one, but I've had it for a few weeks now. The zip code I would have probably used would be 29316. Good luck and happy shopping!

    • Annie

      I had a great night at CVS.
      2 huggies packs
      1 palmolive dish soap
      2 oral b toothbrushes

      used
      (2) $3 off huggies
      $2 of $10
      $5 off $25
      $3 of box of huggies(cashier let me use this for two packs!)
      B1G1 Oral b
      .75 off palmolive
      3.99 ecb
      paid 1.20 oop and got 7 ecb!!!!

    • bettykp

      Can any one tell me if I can go on line and print CVS coupons for the $3 off $15 , $4 off $20 or $5 off $25, I have gone to there web site and no Luck… I need a baby gift and Huggies would be great

    • I just did my CVSing for this week and the Carefree promo didn't print an ECB. We checked the circular and it wasn't listed. I'll be calling CVS on Monday to see if I just got gipped. I did end up getting 2 packs of Pull Ups and 2 packs of Carefree for $8.46 out of pocket and $5 ECB to use later.

    • Dianne

      You would be surprised what the CVS brands are though. I have used those coupons on lots of shampoos, even the trial sizes. Think Bioluxe and Viologie.

    • I just did my CVSing for this week and the Carefree promo didn't print an ECB. We checked the circular and it wasn't listed. I'll be calling CVS on Monday to see if I just got gipped. I did end up getting 2 packs of Pull Ups and 2 packs of Carefree for $8.46 out of pocket and $5 ECB to use later.