My Trip to CVS

This should have been a non-problematic transaction and it was for the most part but the Clairol hair color rang up at the regular price of $8.49 but the sales says that the Clairol is on sale for 2/$15 OR $7.99 each so after the $2 coupon and$2.50 Ibotta rebate and I’ll get back a $3 Beauty Buck because I was only a couple bucks aways so I end up paying like $0.99 which is a little rich for my blood.

The Garnier Fructis is on sale 2/$7 get $2 ECB.  I used the $3/2 Garnier RMN 9/8 and the $1 Garnier Fructis digital coupon came off on my receipt and I’ll earned $1 Savingstar rebate so FREE shampoo and conditioner.

Earlier, this morning, I wrote about the Starbucks Plus K-Cups deal for $1.34 and I had already accumulated previous points so I was able to request a $5 egift card from ShopKicks!

Make sure that you are signed up for the CVS Beauty Club because the hair care purchased counted towards the beauty club.

 

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My Quick Trip to CVS

After I posted about the Allegra deal and then I did the deal, I now wished that I had did the deal on both cards but now that I’m retired, I am more apprehensive about doing deals that require a high out of pocket.  If this deal was available today, I would have done the deal again but since it was only good for yesterday, I opted to do the deal just once.

This really my bust because it’s something that I actually use every single day.  I am running around acting like I have no money and I made a bad decision in not buying on both of my cards.

I have already received the $10 PayPal for the Rise to the Challenge rebate.

I’ve also received credit for the Checkout 51 rebates!

Finally, I also received $1.14 for using Ibotta Pay.

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My Trip to CVS

I should always stick to my planned shopping trip unless they are out of stock and in this case nothing was out stock, I just swapped out a mascara for a eyeliner which caused the $2 Covergirl mascara not to come off on my receipt. I assume that I activated the $1 Covergirl mascara first and that’s why it came off on my receipt. Also, for some odd reason, my $3 Covergirl digital coupon was reduced to $1.50 but I really can’t complain as I had three Covergirl/cosmetics digital coupons that came off on my receipt and I gave them a $3 Covergirl coupon that printed from the Coupon Center.

(1) Calendula cream $8.99
(1) Covergirl mascara $6.59
(1) Covergirl eyeliner $7.59

= $23.17

-$1 Covergirl DQ
-$3/$12 Cosmetics DQ
-$3 Covergirl CRT
-$1.50 Covergirl DQ
-$8 ECB

= $6.67

Got back $13 ECBs – $6 Calendula and $7 Covergirl
Got back $2 Ibotta

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So, I had read earlier this week, that there was an unadvertised deal on the Listerine Ready! Tabs 8 ct but it wasn’t until last night that I actually went to CVS to try out this unadvertised deal for myself! As you see by the picture above the deal was tagged at my store but not in my ad.  The regular price of the Listerine Ready! Tabs 8 ct in $3.99 and check your account if you have a Listerine CVS coupon to stack with the manufacturer coupon.

I had $8 in expiring Extra Bucks so this was a great deal for me. 🙂  As you can see by the picture below (bottom right), someone had stolen one of the little breath fresheners and yes, I will be taking that pack back to exchange it because it was not my intent to buy a pack that had been tampered.

Buy 3 Listerine Ready! Tabs 8 ct $11.97
Use -$1 off LISTERINE Mouthrinse 400mL+ or LISTERINE READY! TABS 8ct.+ digital coupon
and Use (2) -$1 off LISTERINE Mouthrinse 400mL+ or LISTERINE READY! TABS 8ct.+ coupon

Total after coupons used = $8.97

Used in $8 Extra Bucks

Final Price: $0.97 or $0.33 each!!!

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My Trip to CVS

I’ve already posted about the FREE + Money Maker Dial body wash or bar soap and since it’s a $3 Money Maker, I might well scoop up the soap!  I also grabbed the Irish Spring bar soap and after the $2 off $8 bar soap which made the Irish Spring like $0.75 each after getting the $5 ECB.

I needed a filler item to use my $10 Extra Bucks and coupons so I grabbed a snack item and I paid $0.99 and tax.

I should get back a $2 and $1 Dial rebate.

 

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