Wednesday, October 21, 2009

CVS: FREE Glade Sense & Spray and Lasting Impressions Starter Kits + Profit (after Rebate)!


There are 2 new CVS Glade manufacturer coupons available: save $3/1 Glade Sense & Spray starter kit and save $3/1 Glade Lasting Impressions Starter Kit.

As I mentioned in the CVS weekly deals, the Glade Sense & Spray and Lasting Impressions Kits are on sale for $5 each. Combine this sale with the coupons and rebates available to maximize your savings and score FREE products!

Deal Scenario:
Buy 3 Glade Sense & Spray Starter Kit $5 each=$15
Buy 2 Glade Lasting Impressions Starter Kits $5 each=$10
Total=$25
Use the $5 off $25 coupons for taking the CVS Flu Quiz
Use 3 $4/1 Glade Sense & Spray coupons from here or from the 10/18SS (or use the $3/1 coupon from here)
Plus, use 2 $3/1 Lasting Impressions coupons from here
Pay $2

...Then submit for the $5 SC Johnson Rebate! Final cost all FREE + a $3 moneymaker!

(Thanks, DC!)

For more CVS Deals and CVS Coupons visit the new Hip2Save.com

41 comments:

Mrs20Mist said...

Thanks for posting this GREAT scenario. You are helping me sooo much with Christmas!

Dreams of Stardust said...

wow! Thank you for the scenario :)

Glory said...

Great deal!! Thanks!

lynn said...

I think the coupon link from Right @ Home is expired? At least, that is what it is telling me, and I KNOW that I have never printed it before for it to be gone for me only!?
Anyone else know?

Penny said...

These say CVS/Pharmacy Coupon, so can't I use both the manufacturer and the CVS?

Samantha said...

You should also be able to use those CVS coupons stacked on stop of the regular manufacturer coupons for OVERAGE I'm assuming. Plus weren't there Lasting Impressions Qs in this weeks newspaper (or 9-20)?

3 Sense & Spray = $15
2 Lasting Impressions = $10
Total: $25
- $5 off $25 (flu quiz)
- $4 Sense & Spray (Manufacturer Q)
- $4 Sense & Spray (Manufacturer Q)
- $4 Sense & Spray (Manufacturer Q)
- $3 Sense & Spray (CVS Q)
- $3 Sense & Spray (CVS Q)
- $3 Lasting Impressions (M Q)
- $3 Lasting Impressions (M Q)
- $2 Lasting Impressions (CVS Q)
- $2 Lasting Impressions (CVS Q)
= $8 OVERAGE

can someone confirm and check my logic?
Even w/o that flu quiz you'd still have $3 overage.

Mei said...

This is great!

Everyone, do I need to use fillers for this transaction? Also, is this a multiple transaction deal?

Sorry--I usually only use coupons at Wal-Mart and the supermarket!

Samantha said...

Mei, if my logic is correct you'd only have to have fillers to get your balance up (they won't give you money back LOL).

And you should be able to do this in one transaction; but you can repeat if you've got enough coupons. (and product stock available)

Anonymous said...

Samantha
Q's were in the 10/18 S

Glory said...

The coupons have the CVS logo but it is a manufacturer coupon. You can't stack them.

Mei said...

Thanks, Samantha! I don't think I'll be able to do the deal more than once--not enough coupons.

Also, on the topic of stock, I noticed that these WERE selling really briskly right now!

Anonymous said...

The Cvs flu quiz link is not working for me...I get a blank page. :(

Anonymous said...

It says on the 5/25 coupon that it cannot be combine with other coupon. Can anyone verify this for me. Thank you!

~ Thu

Anonymous said...

Where can you get the CVS coupon?

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Mrs20Mist said...

The Glade coupons do say 'CVSPharmacy Coupon' and NOT 'Manufacturer Coupon'.

@ Samantha: Thanks for posting this scenario. I will check my paper for Qs and also work up a plan!

Your math/logic IS correct:)

Mei said...

If someone heads to the store and gives it a shot, could you report back? I'd rather not be a guinea pig after a horrible day at Wal-Mart yesterday!

Glory said...

Oh, I hadn't noticed that. If someone tries it out, let us know if it works. What an amazing deal that would be!

Dee said...

I just used the CVS AND manufacturer coupon on a Lasting Impressions and was able to use both - no questions asked.

Thanks for the deal!

Sarah said...

I have all the manufacturer's Q's but where were the CVS Q's from?

Anonymous said...

Even though it says CVS coupon, it is my opinion that these are manufacturer coupons. See barcode starting with a "5" and also has address for the retailer to to submit the coupon to get reimbursed.

Sarah said...

Nevermind...Duh...Just re-read the post and found them. :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this great deal. These are listed in the unnecessary column on my budget, so it's a treat to get them for almost free.

Kristin said...

I agree that this looks like a Manufacturers Q. Why would S.C. Johnson reimburse CVS for a CVS store coupon? Store coupons are NOT sent in to the manufacturer for reimbursement.

Anonymous said...

I just ran over to my local CVS and was able to do this deal with no problems. Here is what my receipt looked like.

3 Hershey Take 5 Bag - $2.50 ea
3 Hershey Cookie & Cream - $2.50 ea
1 Wonka Candy Bag - $5.99
2 Glade Sense & Spray - $5.00 ea
1 Glade Lasting Impress. - $5.00
2 Neosporin Lip - $2.89 ea

Total: $41.77

-$5.00 CVS $25 Purchase Q
-$2.00 Wonka Candy Q
-$2.50 Buy 3 Get 1 Free Hershey
-$2.00 Hershey Q
-$3.00 Glade Q
-$4.00 Glade Q
-$4.00 Glade Q
-$3.00 Neosporin Lip Q
-$3.00 Neosporin Lip Q
-$3.00 CVS Glade Q
-$3.00 CVS Glade Q
-$3.00 CVS Glade Q
-$3.00 CVS Glade Q

= $1.27 + tax = $3.04
**Received a $5.00 ECB, making this a $1.94 money maker :)**

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Where can you get the $2 Lasting Impressions (CVS Q)?

Jessica said...

I have a question for the person that shared their transaction... you have 3 glade products, but used 4 CVS Glade Qs, is that a typo or did they let you use a fourth??

Anonymous said...

I was able to use both the $3 CVS Coupon and a $4 manufacturers coupon tonight on the Glade Lasting Impression. Unfortunately they only had 2 left. I bought the last 2 Lasting Impressions, a gallon of milk and four 12 packs of diet coke for $7.91!! And even got a $3RR for my next visit. Woot!!

Glory said...

I was able to use both CVS coupon and manufacturer coupon with no problem. I bought the 5 Glades, 4 12pk coke, 2 boxes of cheerios, a gallon of milk, and a neosporin lip health. Total was $5.53 and I got back $6.00 Ecb
($3.00 for the 4 12pk Coke and $3.00 for two boxes of Cheerios).
Wow, what a deal!

Anonymous said...

Where would I find the $2 lasting impressions coupons? Please help.

Anonymous said...

I was able to use the Manufacturer coupon and the CVS coupon at the store! At first the cashier wasn't going to scan the CVS coupon cause she said there will be overage but she tried it anyway and it didn't beep. Anyways, I also purchased the candies. I spent $5.51 OOP and got back $5 extra bucks!

Anonymous said...

Thanks again for all you do for us! Collin, could you do another segment on gifting these items for Christmas, birthdays, etc? I want to do gift baskets this year. What are some really great, inexpensive ideas? Thanks!

Mrs20Mist said...

I'm glad I found this on yesterday. I went to the store last night - no Sense & Spray! I got a raincheck, though. The Glade Impressions had a $2 peelie on them. So, this was FREE! With all of my stuff last night (too much to list), I had a -$1.13. I bought the cashier a candy bar and soda!!!

Thanks, HIP!

Anonymous said...

I did the 5/25 first, the man q, then the cvs coupon and the register rejected the cvs q stating there was no items to match it with. the cashier pushed it through but didnt want to.

Samantha said...

I did this today (except the $5 off). I used my overage to absorb the cost of 2 refills.
I ended up with:
2 Glade Sense & Spray
4 Glade Lasting Impressions Fans
2 Sense & Spray Refills
3 Neosporin Lip Balm
1 Travel size Act
1 Travel size Secret deodorant

for only about 50¢!

Anonymous said...

I wish I would have remembered to use filler items (I am new to this). I bought two Lasting Impressions and used one CVS and two manufacturer coupons for a coupon total of $9 and paid $1.52 Because of the overage of $2 if I had used 2 CVS Q and 2 MQ, she would only let me use 3 so I paid the extra. If I had remembered to use fillers, I think it would have gone through just fine using 4 Qs. Lori

Anonymous said...

I got 1 Glade S&S, 1 Glade Impression, 1 small Glade Candle, 1 Glade Reed Diffuser, 2 box Mom's best Oatmeal, one green bag tag, 2 can Lindsays Olive's. I used 1 x $3.50 Glade for Reed Diffuser (6.99 CVS Bucks) $3 q on the small candle, both CVS qs, and the $4 Glade and $$ Glade q on the air freshners, 0.75 q x 2 on the oatmeal, $1 off q for Olives and the $5 CVS Flus q - total before tax negative 0.29cents.

Anonymous said...

How do you plan to do the rebates when you may have six SC Johnson items on one receipt. The rebate form requires 1. the original receipt; 2. three items to qualify for a $5 rebate; and 3. each rebate needs to be sent in separately. How do you get credit for the extra three items on one receipt? Do you have to do your transactions in bunches of threes? Lori

Samantha said...

Anon (Lori). You would only be able to use the receipt for 1 mail in rebate since each one has to be mailed separately.

Stephanie said...

Also, on some of the Lasting Impressions boxes there is a "Save $2 Now" manufacturer's coupon. I only had the save $3/1 CVS store coupon for the Lasting Impressions so I was able to stack the $3 off along with the $2 off coupon from the product box to get the product for free! (I also saw the $2 off manufacturers coupons on the Lasting Impressions as Wal-Mart. You might be able to snag a few there to use with your purchase at CVS : ) .)