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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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I’ve been on a roll with drugstore shopping this month. See all the CVS deals I grabbed this week in the video above.

My favorite deal by far in this video is the FREE Speed Stick mens deodorant, but everything has coupons and almost every deal printed ExtraCare Bucks. In the end, I paid less than $4 for $67 worth of products!  You can see all the coupons for these deals in the CVS weekly ad list.

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    • Kelly

      Where do you sign up for the beauty club? I don’t see it anywhere on my CVS account.

    • Jill

      I know – I scored big this week at CVS! I got Charmin tp, tide, 2 packs of pods, a gallon of milk, 3 Tresemme products, Irish Spring and Softsoap body wash, toothpaste, mouthwash, and an electric toothbrush for less than $7 out of pocket, which was mostly tax!
      Jenny, thank you for doing the hard work for us!!

      • Farrah

        Can you tell me how or which one to buy first? So let’s say you have all the items on you, do you need to have different transaction or you buy the whole thing? or you need to separate them by category?

    • Kelly

      I discovered you on youtube several months ago and have to say, you’re extremely helpful. I have only used a few minor coupons because I wasn’t sure of myself but I plan to take advantage of this speed stick deal. I actually stopped watching couponing videos for a while but then when I was on the CVS website, I realized that there might be a coupon for the ECB deals and found them all on my own. I was actually proud of myself for seeing deals/freebies. Just went to CVS yesterday and made a tiny little purchase making use of some coupons that saved me $10 which was incredible for my first time. I’ll definitely go again soon. How long do they usually have these deals for? I hope it’s still there when I go to CVS on Friday.

      • Kelly

        Oh I didn’t realize another Kelly posted something below. Just thought I’d throw it out there that’s not me!

      • Deals are usually Sunday to Saturday, but if you ever run in and they are out of items ask for a raincheck. Rain checks at CVS never expire and will give you the sale price and print the ECB that should have printed whenever you use them.

    • Farrahsuzzette

      the only question that I have on buying items on CVS is: which one you have to buy first?? so you can get those ECB. Isn’t matter which item you have to buy first? Anybody

    • Farrahsuzzette

      What I was trying to say on my comments is: Do you have to make a one transaction to get the deals? or you have to itemized them on their category? Help?

      • Rachel

        she usually posts deal 1… deal 2… etc. that’s the best order to go in if you are purchasing separate transactions (which is the best way to go unless you have a huge stockpile of ECB’s) hope that helps

        • farrahsuzzette

          Thanks Rachel