Wednesday, November 11, 2009

CVS: FREE Dove Ultimate Clear Deodorant!

UPDATE: The $2/1 Dove coupon below may say it excludes travel size. When I printed mine previously it did NOT, so I'm guessing they may have changed the wording since then.

Remember the $2/1 Dove Ultimate Deodorant coupon: IE or Firefox--I posted about previously? Well, if you still have the coupon, you can score FREE Travel size Dove Ultimate Clear deodorant at CVS. This is a new product in their travel size section and is priced at just $1.49! Use the $2/1 coupon from above, will need to be adjusted down, and you'll score FREE deodorant.

The new travel size Dove Ultimate Clear deodorant may be available at other stores too. Let us know in the comment section if you find these deodorants elsewhere.

(Thanks, Joanne!)

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19 comments:

#1 Saver said...

Also, if you still have these coupons, WalMart has a the small sized DOVE for $2.47. They are about double the trial size and 3/4 the full size. I was able to stock up on these for $.47 each.

Tanya said...

The coupon states not good on any trial size item....

losingitagain said...

I asked this in another post, but can't find it, so I'll ask it again. How do you clip your coupons? Do you clip the ones you know you are going to use and keep the rest together in the SS, PG and RP with the date on the cover or do you clip everything and organize it in case you hear of a deal? I have resorted to clipping only the ones I usually purchase and then carry around all of the inserts with the date on the cover with my binder so when Collin says there is a deal from the 10/18 RP, I go to that RP and clip it if it is close to being free. I heard that someone clipped everything and wrote on the face of the coupon that it was from a RP on 10/18 (in case a deal comes up) but I was afraid with some of my quirky clerks that wouldn't take a coupon that was "defaced." I am interested to hear how everyone else does theirs. Thanks. Lori

Anonymous said...

Has anyone seen the coupons at the cvs site?
http://print.coupons.com/couponweb/Offers.aspx?pid=14415&nid=10&zid=oj97
I was wondering about the glade lasting impressions coupon. When I printed it is said cvs/pharmacy coupon at the top, so can it be combined with a manufactures coupon from the paper? On the printed one it says sc johnson will redeem the coupon. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

losingitagain-
Collin explains her coupon organization method in one of her "follow me monday" video clips. Look for it on the right hand side of the main page. Also, I have no idea why anyone would write on their coupons where they came from if they've already clipped them. That doesn't make any sense to me. You either clip them (and then file them somewhere/some how) or you don't clip them. If you don't clip them then yes, it would make sense to label the front cover for quick reference. If you've clipped it, you dont need to know where it came from per se (as long as you can find it!). HTH

I found the Dove travel size at Target...around a dollar so I got it free plus a dollar overage! My coupon did not exclude travel size.

Erin said...

losingitagain: I'll preface this by saying I'm not a hard-core couponer (meaning I certainly have overflow--sometimes quite a lot!--but not a warehouse, and I usually only have one set of inserts and I never buy coupons on ebay--there's just nothing I need that bad). I clip only the coupons I regularly use, high-value ones that I might use if I got a good deal, and those that I know are usually good for freebies (i.e., .50 on Softsoap or Playtex rubber gloves usually results in free product at Kroger). I use an accordion-style organizer I got from the Container Store. It's pretty well bursting, but I can't bring myself to tote a binder around--plus I'm not a big purse person, so I'd have nothing to carry a full-size binder in.

I file the clipped inserts in clear page protectors in binders (that stay at home) and clip as deals that I'm interested in as they arise (and as I have coupons!). If the deals involve products that I normally buy, I look for the coupon in my organizer. It's not perfect--I'm still looking for a better system--but it works for me.

Love your name, by the way. Describes both my coupon organization and my life : )

Anonymous said...

Fry's in AZ has these (full size) on sale for 1.99. So maybe in other states, Kroger will have the same sale. Free full-size is better than free trial size, right?

Anonymous said...

Mine says not valid on trial size where the fine print starts...not at the usual place under the value amount.

Anonymous said...

My coupon indicates: SAVE $2.00 off any dove ultimate anti-perspirant/deodorant or dove clinical protection anit-perspirant deodorant. Not sure why some would say not good on trial/travel size.

Anonymous said...

Erin-
I just read your post about not being a big purse person and not having anything to carry a binder around in. I just went to Office Max last night to get a binder for my coupons and in the back to school clearance stuff, I found a fabulous binder for only $7! It must have been an "old" model because they had the (nearly) same thing on the regular shelves for $18.99! Anyways, this binder zips closed the whole way around, and it has a small carrying handle on the top (like a briefcase or something would) AND it also has a detatchable shoulder strap. The shoulder strap is what really won me over, I can throw it over my shoulder to walk into the store and then just stick it in the front seat of the buggy while I shop. The brand is called CASE IT. It also has a large zipper pocket on the front cover and a smaller non-zip pocket inside each cover. I can't wait to organize it and start using it!

Anonymous said...

I'm glad someone mentioned the binders at Staples because I forgot to post about it when I bought mine. I guess I was to excited about getting a bigger and better binder! They are located at the back of the our Staples store and there are several different kinds to choose from.

Mrs20Mist said...

@anon 10:50am: Yes...you can use this CVS Glade Q with a Glade MQ. I have done this deal about 3 times already and even have a raincheck for 2/$10 to make them FREE.

HTH

Anonymous said...

I just wanted to share. I ran to CVS on my lunch. They have men's degree deoderant for 2/$5. Husband will only use these. So i scaned my little card. Machine gave me a 5 off 15.. buy 6 total 15 use 5 off.. then .75 off one x 6.. total 5.50 for 6 deoderants.. That sure beats him buying one for 4.49... Yippy..

Anonymous said...

Walgreens is going to have this as a register rewards item in their Black Friday ad. It will be $3.99 and you'll get back $4 in register rewards. With this $2 coupon, it'll be a $2 money maker. I'd hold onto it until then!

Anonymous said...

Also, at Publix this month, they have in their store coupon booklet the following: BOGOF for Dove and I think Degree deodorant, as well as save $1.00 when you buy two. So, they are $4.49 each. If you do the BOGOF, you pay right at $2.25 for one, minus the $2.00 printable on this site, plus the $1.00 Publix coupon and you get about .50 credited to you! Fabulous, huh?

Lori said...

U can also use these on with the B1G1 free coupons at Publix. I scored two things of Dove Deoderant for 40cents!

Anonymous said...

I already printed & used the coupons, but used them during Kmart's "Super Doubles". I got two large (3.75 oz??) roll-ons for $.29 each. I'm OK with that! LOL!!

Chrissie said...

I tried this at my Target and was told by Management that it could not be used on trial size even though the coupon did not state that. They were very unpleasant. Anyways, I scored a better deal by going to Publix tonight and using 2 of the $2 Dove Ultimate Manufacturers coupons with a coupon in the Publix Green Advantage Buy Booklet which was Dove Ultimate Buy One Get One Free, so I paid around 24 cents each for 2 full size Deodorants that were priced aroung $4.39 a piece. Patience does pay off!
I love your site! Thanks for all you do!

losingitagain said...

Thanks to those who told me about their coupon clipping. I already organize my coupons in a binder (similar to Collin) but I was wondering more about those coupons you hadn't planned on using unless there is a good deal. I have seen people refer to a RP coupon from April in October and I sometimes have trouble matching the coupon with the deal if I have already clipped them and sorted them into my binder (I may have four or five baseball card holder pages of coupons that I have to sift through in order to try to find the one that is referred to in the posting). I heard that some will write right on the coupon that it comes from the 4/28 RP so when the deal is listed like that in the posting, the couponer can find it easier in the binder (but I was afraid of defacing the coupon hand having a clerk tell me I can't use it now) or I have just resorted to carrying around the RP, PG and SS inserts with my binder in my bag. Maybe I am not explaining myself right...it is more about matching deals with certain coupons (especially when they are a number of coupons for the same item...take for example all of the Glade coupons that have been out there) and matching that one Glade that came from a RP in September with a certain deal at Target.