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Jun2214

CVS: Colgate Oral Care As Low As $0.50

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Here’s a great deal on Colgate Optic White Toothpaste this week at CVS:

Buy 2 Colgate Optic White Toothpaste (3 oz), Rinse (8 oz) or Toothbrush (1 ct) at $3
Use (2) $1/1 Colgate Mouthwash or Mouth Rinse coupons from the 6/1 SmartSource insert
Or, $0.75/1 Colgate Toothpaste, exp. 6/28/14 (SS 06/15/14)
Get $3 ExtraCare Bucks (limit 2)
Pay as low as $0.50 each after coupons and ECB

Find a great list of  CVS Deals here.

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Sep1011

CVS: Corporate Coupon Policy

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Now here’s some good news. CVS has just released a Corporate Coupon Policy which should be good for all of us CVS shoppers. ou’ll definitely want to print the policy and bring it with you when you shop CVS.

Here are some important highlights:

  • CVS accepts valid internet/print at home coupons containing a barcode.
  • CVS accepts one third-party manufacturer coupon and applicable CVS coupon(s) for the purchase of a single item, unless prohibited by either coupon offer. So you CAN use one CVS store coupon plus one manufacturer coupon for a single item.
  • In the event that any item’s price is less than the value of the coupon, CVS will accept the coupon only to the price of the item. CVS does not provide cash back in exchange for any coupons. So you will get the item free, but you will not receive any overage.
  • The coupon amount will be reduced if it exceeds the value of the item after other discounts or coupons are applied. So if you buy an item for $.99 and you have a $1.00 off coupon, CVS will adjust the coupon down a penny to $.99.
  • Competitor coupons are not accepted.
  • CVS/pharmacy does not currently accept bar code images displayed on Smartphones, iPhones, Droids, etc.
  • CVS accepts multiple identical coupons for multiple qualifying items as long as there is sufficient stock to satisfy other customers, unless a limit is specified. Management reserves the right to limit the quantity of items purchases.
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Apr2311

CVS 101: Mastering The CVS Game

 

Photo courtesy of Grocery Couponing Guide

Ah, how we love CVS! Why?

(1) Their Extra Care Bucks Program is great!
(2) They take all kinds of internet coupons
(3) You can fairly often find CVS coupons online, such as $3 off a $15 purchase
(4) Each week you are almost guaranteed to get something for FREE
(5) They have lots of B1G1 offers

The first thing you must do is sign up for an Extra Care Card. You can do this in-store and online. Use your Extra Care Card with every purchase and earn Extra Care Bucks (ECBs). ECBs print out on your register receipt. ECBs are not cash; rather you use your ECBs toward your next CVS purchase. The goal is to spend as little out-of-pocket as possible and roll over your ECBs. This is a total game and can actually be a whole lot of fun! But don’t lose the ECBs!

Here’s how you work Extra Care Bucks:

Scan the weekly ad for ECB Deals. Most weeks CVS will offer one or more products FREE after ECBs. Now, you can still use a coupon for what you purchase even if it is free after ECBs. For example, Colgate Toothpaste is on sale for $2.50 and you get $2.50 back in ECBs. Use a $1.00 coupon, spend $1.50 out-of-pocket and get $2.50 back in ECBs. Technically, you just made $1.50. If there is a limit of 5, you can do this 5 times!

So you spent $1.50, but you got $2.50 back AND you got a tube of toothpaste. You can roll over your $2.50 ECBs like this: suppose Scope is on sale for $3.50. You use a $1.00/1 Scope coupon and then use your $2.50 and get the Scope for FREE. So you spent $1.50 and got a tube of toothpaste and a bottle of Scope. Now it’s possible that there would be an ECB deal on the Scope, so maybe you end up getting back the $3.50 you spent. Now that would be a Wicked Cool Deal!

Again, CVS can be one of the best ways to get things for free. I haven’t paid for toothpaste, deoderant or shampoo in a REALLY long time.

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