Saturday, October 10, 2009

CVS Deals 10/11-10/17

**Don't forget to use the $5 off $25 CVS coupon to make all the below deals that much sweeter!

3 Day ONLY Sale (Sunday - Tuesday)

4-in-1 Pumpkin Carving Tool $1.99=$1.99Ecb (limit 1)
Final cost FREE!

Halloween Nylon Treat Bag $0.99=$0.99Ecb (limit 1)
Final cost FREE!

Also, the Brach’s Candy Corn is only 2/$0.88!

Extra Care Buck Deals

Buy $20 in any Halloween candy=$5Ecb (limit 1)
Use any of these coupons to sweeten this deal:
Save $0.55/1 Reese's candy from the 8/23SS
Save $1/1 Hershey's Kisses from the 9/13SS
Save $1/3 Hershey's Fun Size snacks from the 9/27SS
Save $1/2 Hershey's Bliss bags from the 9/20SS
save $1/2 Kellogg's Rice Krispies Treats
Save $1/1 bag of Nestle Candy
Save $1/1 bag of Wonka Candy

**Let us know if you cook up any great deal scenarios!

Buy 2 Picture Frames or Albums=$7Ecb (limit 2)
Prices starting at $6.99
Final cost as low as $3.50 per item!

Other Great Deals

Mom's Best Naturals Oatmeal regularly priced at just $1
Use the $0.75/1 coupon from here
Final cost $0.25!

Nabisco cookie and cracker 4-8 oz boxes $1
Use the $1/2 coupon from the Nabisco Savings booklet
Final cost $0.50 each!

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups 8 pack $1
Use the $0.55/1 coupon from the 8/23SS
Final cost $0.45!

Poland Spring Water 24 pk 16.9oz bottles $3.49
Use the $1/2 coupon from the 9/27RP
Final cost $2.99 per 24 pack!

Clean & Clear Deep Action Cream Cleanser (travel size) $0.99
Use the $1/1 coupon from the 8/2SS (no size restriction)
Final cost FREE!
(Thanks, WhoSaidNothingInLifeIsFree!)

Women's Degree Deodorant Invisible Solids (travel size) $0.99
Use the $0.75/1 or $1/1 coupon from the 8/2RP
(the value depends on your region)
Final cost as low as FREE!
(Thanks, WhoSaidNothingInLifeIsFree!)

Buy L’Oreal Towelettes (25-30 ct) at $6.99 and get a FREE L’Oreal Cleanser (5-6 oz)
Use two $2/1 coupons from here
Final cost $1.50 per item!

Revlon Cosmetics buy one, get one FREE
Prices starting at $2.99
Use 2 $1/1 coupons from the 9/13SS
Final cost as low as $0.50 per item!

Neosporin Lip Health $5.49
Use the $3/1 coupon from here: IE or Firefox
Plus, receive $2.50 off Instantly (CVS Clip Free Coupon)
Final cost FREE!
(Thanks, CouponGal!)

Renuzit Adjustables $0.88
Use the buy one get one free coupon from here
(if you don't see the coupon, try zip code 44256)
Final cost $0.44 each!

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Unknown said...

just wanted to thank you for all your work on this blog. I just started "couponing" a few months ago & thanks to you I have really learned so much about how to save more money!

Holly in AZ said...

I have a question about the CVS 4 off 20 and 5 off 25 coupons.....When you have a CVS sale for Buy one get one free, do the price of both of those items go towards your minimum purchase for the coupon or only the one that you actually pay for?

For example, the Purex is BOGO for $5.99 so does $11.98 go towards the $20 meaning I only have to get $8.02 in more products or does the $5.99 only get applied?

Hopefully that makes sense to someone???


betty said...

It says no prints left for Neosporin Lip Health

fran said...

Your question does make sense. I would think that only the $5.99 would be count...what you can do is have an extra $6.00 worth of stuff, but don't give it to them until you see if you need that to be added to use your $4.00 coupon. Buy the Purex and your extra $8.02, hand over the coupon, if they say they can't take the $4.00 coupon, then give them your extra stuff. I hope that makes sense.

fran said...

That should be "only the $5.99 would count"

Rock, Paper, Scissors said...

wow. slow week at CVS. I was hoping for something better.

Chrys said...


Here in Michigan you will only get credit for the $5.99 once. So you would only have $5.99 towards your $20 purchase to use a $5 off $20 coupon.

But take Frans advice and try it without the extra stuff first and see what happens, it may be different in your area.

Karla said...

I need a competitors coupon for a new or transferred prescription so I can use it as CVS. Does anyone know where I can get one???

fran said...

If you get an ad for RiteAid, there are 2 $25.00 coupons in their ad that starts tomorrow...they always seem to be in there.If you don't get the ad, maybe you can print the coupon from their web site.

Julie said...

Censtable Momma keeps an updated list of prescription transfer offers here:

Anonymous said...

Just a heads up. I went to CVS yesterday and they had Soft soap bady wash marked down to .99 from 4.99 regular price. If there are any coupons for them it would make a sweet deal. I bought 4 at that price anyway. I'm in NY.

Anonymous said...

Is anyone else dissapointed with CVS lately? I haven't been shopping there in quite some time! Walgreens is the place to go for me (lately) I wonder why it is so off and on between the two?

Karla said...

Thank you Fran & Julie so much for the help with the prescription coupons. It is great to have a network of people to assist each other. I love hip2save & the followers!

Anonymous said...

Rachael Ray/Youtube effect...just killing all deals.

Gina S. said...

What is the Rachel Ray/ Youtube effect?
CVS has been great for me the last couple of weeks. This week sucks.
Wags is great but a pain in my area. It's just not fair. Have a great shopping week everyone!

Chris said...

Is it this week that the fun sized Halloween candy is BOGO? I'm assuming this would count toward the $20 for the $5 RR, right?

Chris said...

Oops, I meant EC bucks.

Lynn said...

Holly, the item your purchasing and the free item will go towards your total purchase price. You can see my scenario for the Loreal using the $5/25
here. HTH

Anonymous said...

can you really use two coupons on BOGO items?

Holly in AZ said...

Thank you Fran, Chrys and Lynn!

My goal every time I go to CVS is not to spend anything or very this matters in my plan.

To Lynn, I saw your senario....have you actually tried that before? Also, the Loreal coupons clearly state "Limit one coupon per purchase", so do you know if they will beep if you use two?

Melissa said...

I did the Halloween candy deal this morning and did pretty good. This is what I got:

(1) large bag (100 pieces)of mixed Hersheys, Reeses, Kit Kat - $9.99

(2) bags of Nestle Crunch bars - $6.00

(1) bag of Wonka mixed - $4.99

(2) small bags of Gold Emblem cashews - $1.98

(2) boxes of Gold Emblem candy - $2.00

Total = $25.52

(1) $5/$25 coupon
(2) $1.00 Nestle coupons = $2.00
(1) $1.00 Wonka coupon
(1) $1.00 Gold Emblem nut coupon
(1) $1.00 Gold Emblem candy
(1) $10.00 ECB

Total OOP $5.07

Plus I got back $5.00 in ECB for purchasing $20.00 worth of Halloween candy so it ended up costing me $.07 for all of it!

Katie Sinclair said...

I just got back from CVS and I got the candy ECB deal.
I got:
2 bags of rice crispy treats $5
1 bag of peanut M&Ms $3.50 (bogo)
1 bag of twix free (bogo)
1 bag of mixed Wonka $5
1 bag of crunch $3
1 bag of mini Hershey bars $3.99


-1 off 2 Rice Crispy
-1 off 2 Mars bags(mm/twix)
-1 off 1 wonka
-1 off nestle (crunch)
-1 off Hershey mini bars


-$5 off of $25 (I bought a thermometer that we needed as well)
-$5 off Old ECBs

$5.49 OOP

I also had
-4.23 CVS Money card Refund

1.59 OOP includes tax

Receive $5 in ECB

Kristine said...

In my Target (DFW, TX) ad this week, there is a coupon for free $10 GC for transferred prescription. Hope this helps.

Anonymous said...

Karla - Kmart is advertising a $25 gift card for a transferred prescription.

Lynn said...

I did the Loreal scenario and had no problems. As for the one per purchase wording just about all coupons say that and it is fine to use more than one as you are purchasing 4 and using 4 coupons, one for each item purchased. HTH

Staying Lean said...

The $5/$25 links appear to all be gone now just to let everyone know. I tried everyone on several different computers and nothing! I lost one of mine and I am BUMMED about it! I only got to use two fo the three!