Black Friday 2012: CVS Sneak Preview (Rumor Has It)

The drug stores are heating up for Black Friday 2012!

CVS is rocking the internet with rumors but no official copy of the ad yet.

For those of you who don’t regularly shop CVS they have what are called Extra Care Bucks (or ECBs).  When you check out they print on the bottom of your receipt.  They are store credit for CVS which you can then use immediately on your next transaction.

So when it says something is FREE after Extra Care Bucks it means that if the item costs $3.99 you will pay $3.99 out of pocket and then receive $3.99 in Extra Care Bucks.

Here are the rumored deals:

Advil 10 ct, Free after ECBs

Breathe Right Strips 10 ct, Free after ECBs
-$1.50/1 Breathe Right Nasal Strips 10-12 ct from the 10/14/12 Red Plum Insert

Carmex (specific product unknown), Free after ECBs

Cepacol Lozenges, Free after ECBs

Colgate Toothpaste, Free after ECBs
-There will be coupons- we just need more details on what Colgate is included

Collagen Vitamins, Free after ECBs

CVS Flossers, Free after ECBs

Gum Toothbrushes, Free after ECBs

Kellogg’s Fruit Snacks, Free after ECBs

Kraft Mac & Cheese, Free after ECBs

Mars Candy, Free after ECBs
– $0.50 off two DOVE Chocolate Bars

Nasal Ease, $9.99 (Get $9.99 Extra Bucks)

Pur Absorb, Free after ECBs

Of course I will be keeping an eye out for the full list of deals but this is enough to get excited about!

Thanks I Heart CVS!

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