Monday, May 26, 2014

CVS Run for the goodies this week

I hit up CVS to roll some ECB and grab the freebies or good deals.  I admit I don't do the drug stores quite as often these days and only hit the hot deals now since I am pretty well stocked up on the items we use.

Here were the deals I decided were worth a run to store:

Mars Chocolate Singles $0.75
Earn $0.75 ECB, limit 1
Use buy 1 get 1 free tearpad coupon
Pay $0.75 at register and earn $0.75 in ECB
Free after coupon and ECB
*not everyone will have this tearpad, if you don't you can either use the free snickers bar homemailer if you won the online game, turning it into a moneymaker OR
the buy 2 get 1 free printable which will  make them more like buy 1 get 2 free

Crest Pro Health 1 liter or Whitening Rinse 16 oz $4.99
Earn $4 ECB, limit 2
Use $1 printable if buying the 1 liter Pro Health
Pay $3.99 each at register and earn $4 in ECB on each up to limit
$0.01 money maker on each after coupon and ECB's

Colgate MaxClean, MaxWhite, or MaxFresh toothpast (6 oz) $2.99
Earn $2 ECB, limit 2
Use $2/2 blinkies (seen at CVS, Randalls and Kroger by myself personally)
pay $1.99 each at register and earn $2 in ECB on each up to limit
$0.01 money maker on each after coupon and ECB's
*if you don't have the blinkies, the database shows to have a .50 coupon in 5/11 Smart Source insert

There are other deals as well but as I stated above, I really only do the freebies or cheap enough for me for the items we use.  How do I find them?  I start with Hip2Save site and browse but pay special attention to the items in red to see if they are as GREAT as they think they are, then I tweak to fit any coupons I know I have in my stash that might not be in the posts (like the bogo tearpad and the $2/2 blinkie I used on two of the offers above. I just don't have time to start from scratch anymore and they are mostly thorough in the matchups.

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