Saturday, August 22, 2009

CVS Coupon Match-Ups 8/23-8/29 Aveeno, Olay, Reeses + more!

There are a few 'purchase based' coupons available right now for CVS.
$5.00/25.00 your CVS purchase (Answer a few questions to get the coupon at the end.)
$4.00/20.00 found in the ReadyFill booklet at CVS. Ask about ReadyFill at the pharmacy and they give you a booklet with two of these coupons in there. There are a bunch of other coupons in it as well. For the Newbie:
$4.00/20.00 If you haven’t registered your card with your email address, go ahead and do so at CVS.com, or call 1-800-SHOP CVS. They will eventually send you a $4/20 coupon.

Before you begin at CVS, make sure you read CVS 101, CVS 102, CVS 103 and CVS Coupon Policy.

3-Day Sale Sunday through Tuesday Only

Caliber or CVS Brand Composition Book $0.99
Receive $0.99 ECBs Limit 2
Final Price: FREE
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Aveeno Skin, Sun or Hair Care
Spend $25 Receive 10 ECBs Limit 1
$2.00/1 Aveeno from the 5/31 RP insert
$1.00/1 – Aveeno Baby Diaper Rash Cream – (aveeno.com)
$1.00/1 (IE) - Aveeno Baby Product - (bricks.coupons.com)
$1.00/1 (FF) - Aveeno Baby Product - (bricks.coupons.com)
$2.00/1 – Aveeno Product, any – (aveeno.com)
$2.00/1 – Aveeno Positively Ageless – (aveeno.com)
$5.00/2 – Aveeno Positively Ageless (aveeno.com)
$10.00/3 – Aveeno Positively Ageless (aveeno.com)
Final Price: varies

{Scenario}
Buy 3 Aveeno $6.00 product
Buy 1 Aveeno $7.00 product
subtotal: $25.00
$5.00/25.00 CVS purchase
Use 4 $2.00/1 Aveeno coupons
Pay $12.00, receive $10.00 ECBs
Final Price: $0.50 cents per item

Poise Liners or Pads $2.00
Receive $1 ECB wyb 2 Limit 5
$1.50/2 – Poise Liners – (coupons.com)
$1.50/2 – Poise Pads – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.50, or $0.75 each

Carefree Ultra Protection $3.79
Earn $3.79 ECBs Limit 4
$1.00/1 – Carefree Ultra Protection Liners (startsampling.com)
Final Price: FREE + $1.00 moneymaker

Glade Products Spend $10
Receive $3.00 ECBs Limit 3
$4.00/1 from 8/23 SS insert
Final Price: FREE + moneymaker if you buy the $5 Glad sprays

Kraft Mac and Cheese $1.00
Buy 4, receive $2.00 ECB Limit 1
Final Price: $0.50

Mead Five Star Binders $3.19
Spend $15, receive $5.00 ECB Limit 1
$2.00/1 (IE) Mead Five Star Binder - (bricks.coupons.com)
$2.00/1 (FF) Mead Five Star Binder - (bricks.coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.19 each, if you buy 5 and use 5 $2/1 coupons

Olay Products
Buy 2, Receive $12 ECBs Limit 1
$3.00/1 from 8/23 RP insert
Final Price: varies

{Scenario}
Buy 2 Olay Definity Cream Cleansers at $10.99
Subtotal: $21.98
Use $4/20 coupon from the Ready Fill booklet (ask about it at the pharmacy)
Use 2 $3.00/1 coupons
Pay $11.98, receive $12 ECBs!
Final Price: FREE + $0.02 moneymaker

Reese’s Candy 2 for $1
$0.55/1 from 8/23 SS
Final Price: FREE

Accu Check Meter $10.00
$10.00/1 from 8/23 SS insert
Final Price: FREE
(don't need a meter? Buy it and make a great donation to an elderly care facility near you!)
Thanks to TheThriftyMama for help compiling these deals!

4 comments:

jessica said...

be aware, the Aveeno ECB doesnt NOT print unless you spend 25$ AFTER COUPONS! luckily i have the nicest mangaever (well at the second store i vistied because the first one really messed me up) a he manually printed them for me, but it is set up that after all coupons it still has to be over $25

Piper said...

My aveeno ECB printed just fine with the original aveeno total BEFORE coupons being $25. I bought 1 originally priced $7 item and 3 originally priced $6 items and got the ECB reward with no problems. May have been one of those flukes that just happens some times.

Piper said...

Oh yes, and FYI on the olay definity facial cleanser deal. At my particular store (I do realize "mileage varies" as they say) this deal did not work out. The wording of the ad was a bit misleading because it does say you would get $12 in ECBS with the purchase of two definity "facial care." However, the store was only have the purchase 2/receive $12 ECB for definity products that were originally $29.00-31.99 without the card (the dollar amounts of products covered is mentioned in the ad). Also on the shelf, only the definity products that were expensive were marked with the tags indicating the ECBS for purchasing two. Perhaps someone might get a store to honor the deal based on the misleading wording, but I believe they only intended to include the deal for the expensive definity products. Maybe y'all will get luckier than me though!

Rita said...

Can someone explaine to me if the Mead Binders are 3.19 and I have a 2.00 coupon for 1 how does this equal out to be .19 final cost? Am I missing something?