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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • 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 right guard dealStock up on Right Guard Deodorant this week at CVS! You can get $2 ECB when you buy (2) Right Guard deodorants plus there is a $1.50 off deodorant coupons printing at the CVS coupon center and a $1.50 off manufacturers coupon.

Combine all these deals to get each deodorant for a 50¢ moneymaker. It never hurts to have some extra on hand at home, but they could be great for donating too.

Deal Ideas:

(2) Right Guard Xtreme Clear Deodorant $3
(2)-$1.50 off Right Guard Xtreme Clear or Clinical Clear item printable
-$1.50 off Deodorant purchase, $4 +, printing at CVS Coupon Center
Total Due: $1.50
Get Back:
$2 ECB

Like making 50¢ to buy both!

The deal ends 5/3.

See more CVS deals.

    • beth

      There’s also a moneymaker on the speedstick/lady speed stick. I posted it under the regular CVS weekly ad.

    • dperry

      I am not getting the coupon at the coupon center :(

    • practicality

      RP coupons now print HUGE to display restrictions–for many cashiers this WILL double checkout time as they read each one. No problem with rules/limits but there should be uniform store policies instead (in cooperation with coupon vendors, naturally). Getting harder and harder to save. I will avoid RP whenever possible now. Stores like Wallmart re-interpret these to mean only one coupon can be used per trip (though it goes on to give a limit of 4, the initial restriction is enough to cause problems: “Limit one coupon per purchase…”–my local store already reads any restriction this way. You may not agree but this has been my experience. I coupon because our family is coping with cancer–at 30. a month per person, I need to make food stamps stretch as far as I can. On a typical WM trip, I tried to buy 4 packs of sandwich meat but WM refused to let me use more than 1 coupon for all. It was a great coupon and was to be our meat for the week so I went home in tears. WM especially rakes me over the coals for any coupon. I give coupons first but they save them till all items are bagged. More than once, the milk got warm while they had me unpack every item to prove the coupons fit. If I don’t check it before I pay, I find they “forgot” to use the coupons! Naturally, I rarely shop there now. I know this has nothing to do with the CVS sale but I had to share my concerns–that instead of clarifying, RP’s long wording will muddy coupon use.

      • Emilee Phillips

        Remember there is always more than one way to skin a cat. Just make multiple trips through the register line. More than once i have gone though the line, put bags in the car and gone back to finish. Also take someone with you, it is more fun couponing with a buddy and you both count as a different customer so you can both use the coupons. Its all a game… you just have to play the game better. i do better by only buying a few things each time I go verses one big order. Good Luck with everything you are going through.

    • SERred

      I don’t see the coupon :(