Saturday, December 12, 2009

CVS Deals 12/13-12/19

3 Day ONLY Sale (Sunday - Tuesday)

Merry Brite Peel ‘n Stick Gift Tag 35-50 ct $1.99=$1.99Ecb (limit 2)
Final cost FREE!

Merry Brite Holiday Gift Tissue 20 ct (Red and Green) $1.99=$1.99Ecb (limit 2)
Final cost FREE!

Merry Brite Holidays Bows 12 ct $2.99=$2.99Ecb (limit 2)
Final cost FREE!

Extra Care Buck Deals

Arm and Hammer SpinBrush 1 ct or Brush heads 2 ct $6.99=$2Ecb (limit 1)
Use the $1/1 coupon from the 10/18 or 12/6SS
(there is a $2/1 coupon here, but I'm pretty sure this variety is not included)
Final cost $3.99!

Buy $10 of any Colgate Toothbrushes (Adult or children 1 ct)=$5Ecb (limit 1)
Use the $0.75/1 coupons available on SmartSource
Final cost?

Buy 1 Listerine Total Care, Advanced Citrus or Arctic Mint 1 liter=$2Ecb (limit 1)
Online prices are $4.99 and up

Deal Scenario:
Buy Listerine Total Care $4.99
Use the $2/1 coupon from the 3/15SS
Plus, use the $1/1 CVS coupon from the CVS flu coupon booklet
Pay $1.99
Get back a $2Ecb
Final cost FREE!

Bic Disposable Razors-- Comfort 3 Advance or Soleil 4 ct $4.99=$4Ecb (limit 1)
Final cost $0.99!

Buy $15 worth of Gillette Fusion or Venus Razor or Cartridges 1-8 ct=$5Ecb (limit 1)

Deal Scenario:
Buy 2 Razors $9.99 each (online price)
Use 2 $4/1 coupons from the 11/29PG
Pay $11.98
Get back a $5Ecb
Final cost $3.49 per Razor!

Axe Holiday Gift Set $9.99=$2Ecb (limit 1)
Use the $2.50/1 coupon from the 11/15RP
Final cost $5.49!

Buy 2 Lubriderm Lotions or oitments=$5Ecb (limit 1)
Prices starting at $5.99

Deal Scenario:
Buy 2 Lubriderm lotions $5.99=$11.98
Use 2 $2/1 coupons from the 10/11RP
Pay $7.98
Get back a $5Ecb'
Final cost $1.49 per lotion!

**There is a $1/1 Lubriderm coupon in the CVS flu coupon booklet, but it's only valid for the Intense Skin repair ointment or body lotion which is priced at $7.99.

Suave Body Wash 12 oz 3/$6=$2Ecb on 3 (limit 1)
Use 3 $0.50/1 coupons from the 10/25RP
Pay $4.50
Get back a $2Ecb
Final cost $0.83 each!

Advil PM 4 ct $0.99=$0.99Ecb (limit 1)
Final cost FREE!

Duracell 8 pks AA/AAA or 4 pks C/D $5.99=$1Ecb (limit 2)
Use the $1/1 coupon from the 12/13RP
Final cost $3.99!

Other Great Deals

Select Nabisco Crackers $2.50
Use the $1/1 coupon from the 11/8SS
Final cost $1.50!

Nestle Jingles $2.50
Use the $1/1 coupon from here
Final cost $1.50!

Revlon Cosmetics and Beauty Tools Buy one get one FREE
Use the $2/1 or $1/1 coupons from the 11/15SS
Final cost ?

Renuzit Adjustables Air Fresheners $0.99
Use the buy one get one free coupon from here (Use zip code 44256)
Final cost $0.49 each!

All Small & Mighty 3x or 2x Laundry Detergent $3.99
Use the $2/1 coupon from the 12/6RP
Final cost $1.99!

**Check out the full list of CVS December monthly deals here.

New to CVS Shopping?!?
Check out this
post or better yet, check out my CVS video.

For more CVS Deals and CVS Coupons visit the new


LilKim said...

The scanners at CVS have been spitting out $2 off any $10 CVS purchase Qs - use one when you buy the "free after ECB" Merry Brite (CVS Brand) items = a small MM!! HTH

Anonymous said...

What is ecb and how do u do it?

trash2cash4u said...

I used the CVS $2 coupon for the Merry Brite items this week and was so happy that it worked!

LilKim said...

Anon @ 1:45 - Check out the CVS Store Guide (On the right hand side of hip2save's home page under "store guides") to help you starting out. Good Luck, and welcome to CVS shopping!

Anonymous said...

How do we post new deals to her? Here is a link for a free dove repair sample

Unknown said...

Just wanted to let you know there is a $2 Printable q for the Bic razors that makes them FREE + a Money Maker.

Will said...

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Anyway, Opinion out post is

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Kim said...

I'm new to all this. Can someone tell me what PG mean? It was next to a deal...11/26pg I think it said

mom2-3boys said...

PG stands for the Proctor & Gamble coupon insert. :)

Tara S said...

PG is proctor and gamble....its the insert that somes in the sunday papers. there are SS smart source....and RP red helps to let you know where the coupon is coming from...hth (hope that helps) :)

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure in a recent paper we had coupons for $2 off any BIC Soliel disposable razor, why couldnt we use that?

Anonymous said...

Is there a way to block Will from the comments section... Hip please help.. We dont need spammers here..

Anonymous said...

Annon 9:30
The coupon for the Bic Soleil razor is for the refillable one if I'm not mistaken and the ones on sale this week are the disposables.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone had trouble using a CVS Flu coupon and a regular coupon?...I was told I could only use one because they were both manufacture coupons....Urgh...this really cuts into what I will buy I at CVS! :(

Anonymous said...

No...the BIC coupon states $2 off any disposable soliel razor...i think i will try it! AND...I just found a printable $5 off $20! I'm excited now :)


Anonymous said...

Can you roll EBC's or do u have to use them for diffrent things like at Walgreens? I have never tried the EBC's. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Okay, I guess I don't understand how you say for example the Merry Brite stuff at CVS is FREE! When you have to purchase it in order to get the ECB. I can understand that once you have them in hand and you go and by round 2 they would be free, but not the first round. Am I missing something?

gourmetsailor said...

No your not missing something, except that then you can use those ECB's for another purchase. I try really hard unless I need something specific to roll my ECB's on to the next week's ECB items. I spent $15 initially a few weeks ago and I just rolled $25 they can grow especially if you have a manufactures coupon you can pair with the item that has an ECB. Like the Zantac from last week. Or if you get additional dollars for a minimum purchase.

Anonymous said...

My CVS will take expired ECB'S all the time. So if I don't make it back right away I can save them. Ask about it at your store.

Anonymous said...

i wanted to know the same thing about rolling the EBC's?

heather said...

where are the "scanners" at CVS? I looked around near the pharmacy and could not find them. Are they like a kiosk? Thanks much