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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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new excedrin couponSay no to pain with FREE Excedrin at CVS starting 2/7. Be on the lookout for a $2 off coupon in the 2/7 Red Plum insert plus a coupon is printing at the CVS coupon center!

The deal runs 2/7-2/13. You can see the full ad here.

CVS Deal:
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! $10 ECB WYB $20 Excedrin Pain Relief, 24-200 ct., , limit 1
    Buy:
    (4) Excedrin Pain Reliever, 24 ct., $4.99
    Use:
    (4) -$2 off Excedrin product, 20 ct,+, RP 02/07
    -$2 off Advil, Aleve, Bayer, Excedrin or CVS pain relievers purchase, $12+, (CVS Coupon), printing at CVS Coupon Center
    Total Due: $9.96
    Get Back: $10 ECB
    –like getting it all for FREE!

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    • Chandler

      Was 5.99 and didn’t get the $2off cvs RP coupon in my area. I still got the deal though. Was 5.96+ tax. All four for price of 1. Is this a good deal for couponers or should I have waited? I’m a newbie.

      • pdnr

        At 5.99 each, you have to buy 4 to get the $10 ecb. Without a coupon, that would be 4 x 5.99 = 23.96 less the $10 ecb = 13.96 for 4 or $3.49 each. Someone, please correct me if I’m wrong but I don’t see how you got all four for the price of one.

        • mbdbdb

          The deal was made at $4.99 for the Excedrin and $10 was taken off with coupons.

          • pdnr

            I agree but Chandler indicated that he had to pay 5.99 each rather than 4.99 each and that he didn’t have any coupons either.

            • mbdbdb

              I think he/she meant they didn’t get the CVS $2 coupon but had the rest. CVS has their own coupons sometimes which you can stack with manufacturer’s coupons.

            • mbdbdb

              I think he/she meant they didn’t get the CVS $2 coupon but had the rest. CVS has their own coupons sometimes which you can stack with manufacturer’s coupons.

            • mbdbdb

              I think he/she meant they didn’t get the CVS $2 coupon but had the rest. CVS has their own coupons sometimes which you can stack with manufacturer’s coupons.

            • Chandler

              That’s what I meant. No CVS coupon. I had the $2 off MQ for each. I’m a she. :)

      • Yesenia Carrillo

        I think you did well by paying 1.49 each. Dnot sweet it not all the deals are the same in the area you live the objective with coupons is to save your family some money and ones you get use to it you won’t pay full price ever again. Paper is money :)

    • Jessica

      4 at 4.99 each is just shy of $20. So would have you to buy 5? Or does tax count?

      • JS

        CVS has an “unwritten rule” that if you spend 98% of the required amount, the ECBs will print

    • JS

      Could have sworn I just saw a $2.50 rebate on one of the coupon apps, but now I can’t find it. Anyone else see it?