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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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st. ives deal

You can stock-up on St. Ives Lotion and Facial Scrub this week! There is a great deal at CVS where you can get it for 46¢ for (2) of each.

The deal ends 10/3. You can see the full weekly ad here.

CVS Deal

$5 ECB WYB $15 St. Ives Skincare, B1G1 50% Off, limit 1

  • **Deal Idea**
    (2) St. Ives Skin Renewing Collagen Elastin Lotion, 21 oz, B1G1 50% off $6.49
    (2) St. Ives Apricot Blemish Scrub, 6 oz, B1G1 at 50% off $4.49
    Manufacturer Coupon(4) -$1.50 off St. Ives body wash, lotion or face care product, excl trial size , RP 9/27
    Total Due: $10.46
    Get Back: $5 ECB
    -$4/$16 St. Ives products, SavingStar eCoupon
    -$1 off St. Ives body wash, SavingStar eCoupon
    makes it 46¢ for everything!

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    • Robert Pitman

      Could someone help me out? I’m new to using coupons and I’m having some trouble understanding what exactly to do in-order to get the St.Ives for 0.46. I have the Red Plum from this Sundays news paper and It doesn’t have any coupons for St.Ives. Lastly, Savings-star, I made an account but how to i get the “E coupon?” I really appreciate any input!

      • pdnr

        Coupons are regional. My Red Plum doesn’t have the St.Ives coupons either. As far as the Savings Star coupons, just click on it to activate it as well as any other featured items that you might want to purchase. Be sure you have your CVS card registered with Savings Star as well as any other store loyalty cards that you have. When you purchase the St. Ives product and use your CVS card, Savings Star will credit your account within a few days. Once you have at least $5 in Savings Star, you can ask for it in a number of ways including having it deposited into your checking account. I usually wait until I have at least $25 before I ask for my money but it’s up to you.

      • dawg4

        Jenny (of SouthernSavers) usually posts a message (see the right side of the page after scrolling upward) which lists and compares the coupons in the Sunday newspaper each weekend. The smaller-market newspapers won’t get all the coupons that a big market one will, however I get the Augusta Chronicle and the coupon was included in ours.
        As far as the SavingStar account goes, there’s probably a “How does this work” type tab at the top which should explain how to get the ecoupons. However, be sure and enter all your stores loyalty card #s (Kroger, CVS, etc). Then (from within “Grocery store Offers” tab) click on each product’s “I Want this” yellow box. Then each time you shop, just use your loyalty card and it will take a week or so, but you should it credited to your account. Hope this helps!

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    • dtcox

      thank you jenny got it

    • Candice

      Hey :) I am getting back into couponing again and I am seeing a lot of deals listed that confuse me? If the deal is buy $15, get $5, the total has to be over $15 right? Is that still correct? If my total is $14.99 or $14.96 I won’t get the ecb right? I am seeing people list deals that total a little less so I am wondering if they have changed it. I skipped the St. Ives the other night because the pricing at my store made it total $14.98 and buying another set of two would have put me at $7.49 (before coupons) over the $15 mark just to get the ecb. I would really hate to leave free stuff at my local store if I don’t need to, lol. Thanks!