CVS: Hershey’s Holiday Candy $.75 A Bag

Right now you can print a coupon to Save $2.00 when you buy any 2 HERSHEY’S KISSES, REESE’S, HERSHEY’S Nuggets, HERSHEY’S Miniatures, ROLO, YORK or HERSHEY’S BLISS bags (7.8oz or larger).

This will let you grab 4 bags of candy at CVS beginning 12/2 for $.75 each!

Hershey’s Holiday Candy (7.8 – 8.5 oz), 4/$10
Get $3 ECBs wyb 4 participating Hershey’s Holiday Candies

$2/2 Bags of Hershey’s Kisses, Reese’s, etc. more printable coupon (Print 2)
Final Price: $0.75 each after coupons and ECBs!

And don’t forget to check out these deals on Right Guard Body Wash and Pampers Diapers to save even more at CVS beginning 12/2!

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CVS: Pampers Baby Dry Diapers $3.99

If you haven’t yet be sure to print this high value coupon for $2.00 off ONE Pampers Baby Dry Diapers.

Then head to your local CVS where you can grab a great price beginning 12/2:

Pampers Jumbo Packs, $9.99 ea.
Get $4 ExtraBucks when you buy 1 participating Pampers Jumbo Pack
Use $2/1 Pampers Baby Dry Diapers printable
Final Price: $3.99 each after coupon and ECBs!

Also be sure to grab the deal on Right Guard Body Wash!

Thanks Deal Seeking Mom!

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CVS: $.99 Right Guard Body Wash

Right now you can print a coupon for $3.00 off 2 Right Guard Total Defense 5 Products.

Print it and hang onto it for a great sale starting 12/2 at CVS:

Right Guard Total Defense 5 Body Wash, $2.99
Right Guard Total Defense Bar Soap, $2.99
$3/2 Right Guard Total Defense Product Coupon
Pay $2.98 and get $1 in ECBs
Final Price: $0.99 each after coupons and ECBs!

Thanks Passion for Savings!

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CVS: FREE Essence of Beauty Hand Cream

Check out the CVS Facebook page to get your coupon for FREE Essence of Beauty Hand Cream from CVS.

Quantities are limited so act fast!! Your coupon will be emailed to you (be sure to use your couponing e-mail address) and is good through 12/31!

Before you head to CVS check out this week’s deals to maximize your trip!

 

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CVS: Planters Nuts $0.99

Hurry and print this one- it’s a CVS coupon to make Planters Peanuts only $1.99.

Then you can stack it with a manufacturer’s coupon to make an even better deal:

$1.99 CVS Store Coupon available to Print
Stack with $1/1 Planters Cashews, Mixed Nuts, or NUT-trition Product, exp. 12/31/12 (SS 09/30/12 R)
Final Price: $0.99 each after the coupons!

Don’t forget to check for other hot coupons as well!

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CVS Weekly Ad Coupon Match Ups 11/25 – 12/1

Check out the CVS Coupon Match Ups for the sales from 11/25 – 12/1.

If the terms confuse you check out the quick guide to coupon abbreviations.

Here are the deals that caught my eye:

Select Blistex Lip Care Products – $2.00
Get $1 ECBs (Limit 1)
$1/2 Blistex Lip Care Product, exp. 12/9/12 (SS 11/11/12)
$0.25/1 Blistex Lip Care Product, exp. 12/9/12 (SS 11/11/12 R)
$0.75 ea. after coupon and ECBs!

Carmex healing cream or lotion 4-5.5 oz – $4.99
Get $3 ECBs (Limit 1)
$1/1 Carmex Skin Care Product printable
$1/1 Carmex Skincare, exp. 12/31/12 (SS 10/21/12)
$0.99 ea. after coupon and ECBs!

B1G1 50% CVS Baby wipes (12-360 ct.), ALL CVS Diapers or Training Pants

Coca Cola Products (2 liter) – $0.99

Check out the complete list of CVS Deals for the week!

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CVS Black “Friday Trip”- Moneymaker

Earlier this week I went to CVS (click here to see my trip) and ended with $14.49 in Extra Care Bucks.

So today I headed out with my Extra Care Bucks to do some more transactions:

Transaction #1:
M & Ms $.75
Twix $.75
CVS AAA 4 pack batteries $3.65
Cheerios 8.9 oz box $2.87
Phillips Earbuds (PURPLE!!!!!!) $6.99
Total: $15.01
Minus $14.49 from previous transactions
Final Price: $.52
PLUS received $14.14 in Extra Care Bucks

Transaction #2:
Pepsi 12 pack $3.34
Pepsi 12 pack $3.33
Pepsi 12 pack $3.33
CVS Flossers $2.00
1 pk Gum Toothbrushes $2.50
Total: $14.50
Minus $14.14 from Transaction #1
Final Price: $.36
PLUS received $6.50 in Extra Care Bucks

If you want to do some shopping yourself check out the Current CVS Deals!

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Black Friday 2012: CVS Deals

After the insanely good CVS deals running through 11/21 I am so excited to see the deals for 11/22 – 11/24.

For those of you who have never shopped CVS let me break down this first deal for you so that you can understand:

You would go in and grab the CVS Dental Flossers and head to the register.  You would pay $2.00 out of pocket.  On the bottom of your receipt there would be a piece of paper with a barcode on it.  This is good for $2.00 off your NEXT transaction at CVS- which you can do immediately (these are called Extra Care Bucks or ECBs).  So then you could grab the Gum toothbrush 2 pk (which costs $2.50)  and by giving them the $2.00 ECB from the first transaction means you would pay $.50 Out Of Pocket.  Then a piece of paper would print out with $2.50 in Extra Care Bucks and you just keep shopping!  I promise it’s easy!

Check out these deals:

CVS Dental Flossers 90-ct. $2.00 ~ Get $2.00 ECB (limit 2)

Philips Earbuds $6.99 ~ Get $6.99 ECB (limit 1)

Mars Brand Chocolate Singles 1.08-2.15 oz. $0.75 ~ Get $0.75 ECB (limit 2)
B2G1 Milky Way Brand Bars printable
Final Price: 3 FREE

GUM Toothbrush 2-pk. $2.50 ~ Get $2.50 ECB (limit 2)
– $0.75/1 GUM Crayola Kids or Star Wars Kids Toothbrush (SavingStar.com)
Final Price: Could be a moneymaker if Crayola and Star Wars are included

CVS Alkaline AAA or AA 4-pk. Batteries $3.65 ~ Get $3.65 ECB (limit 1)

Wet n Wild Perfect Petites Nail Color Kit $2.99 ~ Get $2.00 ECB (limit 1)

Philips Sonicare Essence Power Toothbrush $47.99 ~ Get $10 ECB (limit 1)

Revlon Color Burst Lip Butler or Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick $6.99 ~ Get $4 ECB (limit 5)
$1/1 Revlon Lip Product, exp. 12/2/12 (SS 10/28/12)
Final Price: As low as $1.99

Holiday M&M’s 9.9-12.6oz 4/$10 ~ Get $4 ECB wyb 4 (limit 2)
$1/2 Mars Holiday Product, exp. 12/25/12 (RP 11/11/12)
as low as $1.00 ea.

I have my Extra Care Bucks from earlier this week- can not WAIT to do some more shopping!

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FREE Right Guard Deodorant at CVS NOW

Right now you can print a coupon for $3.00 off 2 Right Guard Total Defense 5 Products.

Have you checked out the insanely good deals at CVS this week?

You can add this new deal to this list:

Buy (2) Right Guard Total Defense 5 Antiperspirant/Deodorant, $2.99 each
Use $3/2 Right Guard Total Defense 5 Products printable
Pay $2.98 Out of Pocket
Receive $4.00 in Extra Care Bucks (to use on your next transaction)
Final Price: FREE + $1.02 MONEY MAKER!

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CVS Shopping Trip 11/18

Have you checked out the CRAZY CVS deals this week?

I went this morning to take advantage of some of them!

Now I want to say before I break these down- I am SURE there was a cheaper way to do this.  I just kind of eye balled the math in my head and since there were other people shopping in the store I did not want to do too many transactions.  There were also TONS of free items I did not buy today so be sure to check the deals and get everything you need!

Transaction #1:
Kraft Macaroni and Cheese $.99
Powerade Drink $1.00
Advil 20 ct tablets $2.99
Charmin Basic Roll $.99
Playdoh Travel Pack $1.00
Use $0.25/1 Charmin Product, exp. 11/30/12 (P&G 10/14/12)
Final Paid Out of Pocket: $6.72 (minus sales tax)
Received: $6.97 in Extra Care Bucks (to use on next transaction)

Transaction #2:
South Beach Granola Bars $4.99
Kleenex Travel Packs $1.00
Used $5.98 Extra Care Bucks from transaction #1
Received $5.99 in Extra Care Bucks
Final Price: $.18 (sales tax added)

Transaction #3:
Caramel Nips $.88
Diet Coke $.99
Carmex $1.00
Hot Wheels Car $1.00
3M Hook $.99
Used $4.86 Extra Care Bucks from Transactions #1 and #2
Receive $4.86 in Extra Care Bucks
Final Price Out of Pocket: $.15 (including sales tax)

Transaction #4
Thermacare Heat Wrap $3.49
Create the Look Make Up Sampler $2.99
Scooby-Doo Fruit Snacks $2.00
Right Guard Deodorant $2.99
Right Guard Deodorant $2.99
Gillette Disposable Razors $7.99
Used $2/2 Right Guard Total Defense 5 Deodorant, exp. 12/2/12 (RP 11/04/12 R)
Used $2/1 Gillette Disposable Item, exp. 11/30/12 (RP 10/07/12)
Used $6.85 from previous transactions
Received $14.49 in Extra Care Bucks
Final Out of Pocket: $12.67 (including tax)

So at the end of the day I paid $19.72 Out of Pocket but left with $14.49 in Extra Care Bucks.

In coupon math I got everything in the picture above for $5.23!

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