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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
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FREE Colgate Total Toothpaste!

on 11.19.2016 at 11:05am

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Here’s another chance to get FREE toothpaste this week at the drugstore. It’s a great time to stock up for Operation Christmas Child!

Print your 75¢ off coupon while available. Print (2) copies per computer.

CVS Deal Idea:

  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Colgate Max 6 oz, Total 4-4.2 oz, or 2-in-1 Toothpaste, 4.6 oz, $3
    (1) Colgate Total Toothpaste, 4-4.2 oz, $3
    -.75/1 Colgate Total Daily Repair Toothpaste, 3 oz + printable
    -$2.50 off coupon printing at CVS coupon center
    –like getting it for FREE (25¢ moneymaker)

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    • Anne

      Can you do it twice in the same transaction?

      • dbb

        Yes, and you will get $4 ECB.

      • Varn9899

        u can, but why would u want to – it makes more sense to use the $2.00 ecb and coupon to get the second one totally free and have $2.00 ecb to spend on something else

    • sweetpea

      where does one find the Colgate/Palmolive flyer?

      • rsteadman4972

        My question exactly.

    • Tina Pope

      yes, where do you get the flyer?

    • Kerry

      It wasn’t a flyer rather a one page slick ad in the Sunday paper that had I think four coupons or so. It’s likely to be regional. I got it here in Charlotte, NC.

    • Quest

      Wait – – If the toothpaste cost $4/ea. =$8/2
      Store coupon= $2
      Manufacture Coupon =$0.75×2 = $1.50
      ECB Back= $1.50×2=$3
      Toothpaste $8 – Coupons+ECB =$6.50 = Total OOP $1.50 due
      What Am I missing?

      • Guest

        You are correct by my calculations. She said to buy (2) @ $3.00 each instead of (2) @ 3.99 each.

    • dawg4

      Check the math–the cost is $3.99/ea not $3. It comes to $0.75/ea.

    • Sheila Knox

      Just a heads up that Operation Christmas child will no longer accept toothpaste or candy after this year.

    • dawg4

      My CVS now limits the item pricing to the cost of the item; another words, no profit to be made on the purchase–especially since there’s no ECB’s involved.