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5 Dollars for 40 Bucks Worth of Product at CVS 8/4-8/10

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Welcome to my $5 Drugstore post! Every Saturday I pick one, and only one, drugstore deal that I think is best for new people starting out with coupons. When I started out, I kept running between every store across town to stock up on the deal, only to realize two things:

  1. Using up precious gas dollars is not saving me money.
  2. Using up precious time is taking away quality time with my family.
This is not Extreme Couponing, but it is doable couponing for the rest of us! My challenge is to not use more than $5.99 out of pocket and see how far I can s-t-r-e-t-c-h my money. My pick these week is CVS!

Some notes about shopping at CVS:
  • Their cash back program is called Extra Care Bucks (ECB), it prints at the bottom of your receipt.
  • Use your store loyalty card every time you shop.
  • Scan your card at the red coupon machine inside the store for CVS store coupons.
  • You can use a CVS store coupon with a Manufacturer coupon on one item.

 
Transaction #1:
(5) Reach Floss $1.99/each
Use (5) Reach Floss coupons from HERE
=$4.95, get back $5 ECB

 
Transaction #2:
 (2) Right Guard Antiperspirant $3/each
Use (2) $2 off 1 Right Guard Xtreme coupons from 8/4 RP or HERE
=$2, get back $2 ECB

Revlon Nail polish $4.99
Use $2 off 1 coupon from 7/28 SS
=$2.99, get back $3 ECB
=$4.99, use $5 ECB from previous transaction
=$0, get back $5 ECB

 
Transaction #3:
(2) Colgate Toothpaste, Toothbrush or Mouthwash $2.99/each
Use (2) $1 off 1 coupons from 7/28 SS
=$3.98, get back $2 ECB

(2) Arizona Tea $.50 
Use $.12 off coupon from CVS red coupon machine
=$.88
=$4.86, use $5 ECB from previous transaction
=$0, get back $2 ECB

 
Transaction #4:
(2) Nature’s Bounty $5.49/each
Use (2) $2 off 1 coupons from 7/28 RP
=$1.49

Kellogg’s Cereal $1.99/each
Use $.70 off 1 from HERE
=$1.29
=$2.78, use $2 ECB from previous transaction
=$.78

 
Bottom Line: $5.73 out of pocket, $40.89 worth of product and lots of great stockpile items!

Comments

  1. Did not do as good as you, but just bought $59 worth of products at CVS and paid $37. Also, no affiliation with CVS but gotta love their customer service at the cashier desks. Always very nice.

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