CVS: Kellogg’s Rice Krispies and Corn Flakes Deal

I am LOVING this deal- hopefully all parts of it will work together for the best deal possible!

Right now on CVS.com you can print a coupon for $3/2 Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, Rice Kripies or Cocoa Krispies CVS Store Coupon .

Grab that and combine it with the deals below to get a great deal:

Buy 1 Kellogg’s Corn Flakes & Buy 1 Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies or Cocoa Krispies at $2 each = $4.00
Use $3/2 Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, Rice Kripies or Cocoa Krispies CVS Store Coupon 
And use $1/2 Kellogg’s Cereals, exp. 1/20/13 (RP 12/09/12)
Price Out of Pocket: $2.00

In addition to this you should be able to use the Ibotta coupon for Kellogg’s Corn Flakes.  (If you don’t know Ibotta click HERE).

On my phone the Ibotta coupon is for $.50 but some people are reporting it for $1!

 

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CVS: Right Guard Deodorant $1.25

Does your deodorant stockpile need some freshening up?

Take a moment and print two of these coupons for $2.00 off 2 Right Guard TD5 or Xtreme Deodorants.

Then head to CVS between 1/13 and 1/19 to snag this deal:

Buy (4) Right Guard Total Defense 5 Deodorant $12.00
Use 2 $2.00 off 2 Right Guard TD5 or Xtreme Deodorants coupons
Pay $8.00 Out of Pocket
Receive $3.00 in Extra Care Bucks (these are store credits you can use on your next transaction)
Final Price: $5.00 after coupons and Extra Care Bucks

That should keep you stocked for a little while!

 

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New Valentines Candy Coupons

CouponNetwork.com has released three new Valentine’s Candy coupons:

$1.75 off when you buy any TWO WONKA® or NESTLÉ® CRUNCH® Candy & Card Kits, 5.17-12 oz

FREE BUY ONE NESTLÉ® Valentine Heart GET ONE NESTLÉ® Valentine Heart FREE (up to 79¢)

75¢ off when you buy any ONE WONKA® or NESTLÉ® CRUNCH® Candy & Card Kit, 5.17-12 oz

I am sure deals are going to pop up over all the place (or you can just go to Walmart or Target) but if you like the drug stores you can check these out:

CVS Deal (Starting 1/13)

Nestle Valentine Singles (0.08-3.3 oz), buy 2 get 1 FREE
B1G1 FREE Nestlé Valentine Heart printable
Final Price: 6 for the price of 1 when you use 3 coupons

Walgreens Deal (Starting 1/20)

Nestle Valentine Candy (0.5-1.5 oz), $0.39
B1G1 FREE Nestlé Valentine Heart printable
Final Price: $0.20 ea. when you buy 2 after coupon

Thanks Frugal Finders!

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CVS: Huggies and Pull Ups Deal Beginning 1/13/13

This MAY be a regional deal.  I am trying to find more information!

CVS is rocking the diaper deals this year!

Beginning 1/13/13 purchase $30.00 in participating products and get a free $10.00 CVS Cash Card.

Huggies Diapers and Pull-ups are included in this deal so it’s a chance to save some good money!

Buy (3) Huggies Diapers or Huggies Pull-Ups $9.49 each and buy (2) Dawn Hand Renewal $.99 each
Total $30.45
Use (3) $2.00/1 Huggies Pullups and (2) $0.50/1 Dawn Hand Renewal, Power Clean, Bleach Alternative or Oxi, exp. 1/31/13 (P&G 12/30/12)
Pay $23.45 Out of Pocket
Get $10.00 CVS Cash Card
Final Price: $13.45 for (3) Pampers Diapers and (2) Dawn Hand Soap

Go ahead and print the Huggies coupons now in case they run out!  You will need two computers to print three of them!

Thanks For The Mommas!

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B2G1 Free DiGiorno Pizza Coupon Is Back (Under $3 Each)

That HOT Buy 2 Large DIGIORNO Pizzas, Get any ONE free is back.

And if you grab it at a store that allows you to use Ibotta you can get a HOT deal.

Walmart

Buy 3 Digiorno Pizzas: $4.98
Use Buy 2 Large DIGIORNO Pizzas, Get any ONE free
Final Price: $3.32 each when you buy 3

CVS

Buy (3) DiGiorno 12″ Pizzas $4.99
Use Buy 2 Large DIGIORNO Pizzas, Get any ONE free
Final Price: $3.32 each when you buy 3

Then make sure you claim the $.50/1 DiGiorno Pizza deal on Ibotta.  (If you don’t know Ibotta click HERE).

AND if it’s your first transaction on Ibotta and you enter it before the end of 1/11 you will also get a $5 bonus- making them under $3 each!

 

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CVS: Possible Free Probiotic

I have talked to atleast one reader this worked for in my area so hopefully it will work for you!

When she went to CVS and scanned her Extra Care Card in the coupon scanner it printed her a coupon for $10 off any Digestive Health Probiotic.

Combine this with an ongoing sale and you have a great deal!

Thanks to all the readers who messaged me about this!

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CVS: Ricola Cough Drops $.50 a Bag

A new coupon is available for Ricola Cough drops at CVS- $1/2 Ricola Bags.

This coupon is only good through 1/9 so be sure you can visit in the next two days.

Buy (2) Ricola Drops $2.00 with CVS Coupon
Use $1/2 Ricola Bags, exp. 3/6/13 (SS 01/06/13 #2)
Pay: $1.00 OOP
Final Price: $0.50 a bag!

Be sure to check out all the current CVS deals to make it a super trip!

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CVS: Free Listerine

Tonight while I was doing a coupon tutoring I came across this great deal at CVS!

How did I  miss it?

When you go into CVS be sure to scan your Extra Care Card under the price scanner machine.  It should print you a coupon for $2 off of 1 container of Listerine.

Listerine Cool Mint Ultra Clean 500 ml Mouthwash- $3.99
$2/1 Listerine CVS Coupon Machine
AND $1/1 Listerine Regular, Ultraclean, Zero, Total Care or Fluoride Defense, exp. 2/6/13 (SS 01/06/13)
Final Price Out of Pocket: $.99

Then when you get home use your Ibotta App!  (If you don’t know what Ibotta is check out this post HERE.)

On Ibotta there is a $1.25 credit to your account so that means you get the Listerine FREE!

And be sure to check out all the other CVS deals this week!

 

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Tide Detergent Deal at CVS Beginning 1/13

People ask me all the time about deals on Tide Laundry Detergent.

Beginning next week (1/13) at CVS will give you a $10 CVS gift card when you spend $30 on certain products.

One of them is Tide!

Buy (5) Tide Detergent, 19 loads, $5.94
Buy (1) Dawn Dish Detergent, $0.99

Total before coupons: $30.69 so you earn your $10 Cash Card
Use (4) $1.50/1 Tide Coupons from the 12/30 P&G Insert – can only use 4 LIKE coupons (so check and see if you have any others from random sources)
Final Price Out of Pocket: $24.69 plus the $10 cash card
Final Price (Coupon Math) $14.69 or $2.74 each

This comes down to $.14 a load!

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CVS Weekly Ad Coupon Deals 1/6 – 1/12

Ready to head to CVS this week?

Make sure you sign up for a CVS card when you enter the store- without it you can’t get any of the deals!

Here are the highlights from this week:

Ricola (19-24 ct.) – 2/$3
$1/2 Ricola Bags, exp. 3/6/13 (SS 01/06/13 #2)
$1 ea. wyb 2 after coupon!

B1G1 Stayfree Pads
B1G1 Stayfree Product, exp. 2/6/13 (SS 01/06/13)
2 FREE after coupon!

Good’N Natural Bars – $0.99
FREE Good’N Natural Bars, exp. 2/17/13 (RP 01/06/13)
$1.50 off Good’N Natural Bars, exp. 2/17/13 (RP 01/06/13)
FREE after coupon!

Mitchum Men’s or Women’s -$1.99
$1/1 Mitchum Men’s or Women’s Product, exp. 2/10/13 (SS 01/06/13 #3 R)
$1/1 Mitchum Item, exp. 2/10/13 (SS 01/06/13 #2)
$0.99 ea. after coupon!

Check out the complete list of CVS deals!

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