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!!!


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.



My Trip to CVS & Vons

It seems like forever since I’ve actually posted a CVS trip but it doesn’t mean that I haven’t gone to CVS, it means that I probably spent my Extra Bucks on something that I wanted or needed and it wasn’t necessarily a deal.  Well, it’s a deal to me if I can lower my out of pocket.

Anyways, just as I suspected in my post earlier today about the General Mills cereal deal both $1/2 General Mills digital coupons did come off on my receipt.

I could not pass up on a $6 Money Maker on the Physicians Formula eye makeup remover deal.  I used (1) $4 off Physicians Formula Item coupon and (1) $4 off Physicians Formula digital coupon plus, the $3 off $12 CVS digital coupon make my purchase a Money Maker.

I stopped by Vons for the Ritz sandwich crackers which are only on sale today for 5/$5 or $1 each and I bought two and submitted my receipt to Checkout 51 for (2) $1 Ritz rebates making the crackers FREE!

Everything that you see in the first picture above is absolutely FREE!!!


CVS $5 Challenge

The challenge is to spend no more than $5 out of pocket at CVS using coupons and EBs (Extra Bucks). Make sure that you have a CVS loyalty card and scan your CVS card at a CVS scanner prior to taking your goodies to the cash register b/c you may save more money! Also, hopefully, you have bought a couple of the Sunday newspaper to get you going. See my previous post for a full preview of the CVS deals.

SS = Smart Source coupon insert in Sunday newspaper
RP = Red Plum coupon insert in Sunday newspaper

Coupon Lingo
Sign up for Ibotta rebates
Sign up for Savingstar rebates
Sign up for Checkout 51 rebates
CVS Survey
CVS Beauty Club
How to Reprint Your Lost ECBs

CVS Preview 6/2 – 6/8

Scenario #1

Buy (2) Maybelline Expert Wear Twin Brow and Eye Pencil $9.98
Use (2) -$3 off Maybelline Eyebrow Products coupon

Get Back $5 Extra Bucks

Scenario #2

Buy (2) Colgate manual toothbrush 1 ct. $7.98 
Use -$5 Extra Bucks (from scenario #1)
and Use (2) -$1 off Colgate 360 or Floss-Tip manual toothbrush, excl Pus, Triple Action, Extra Clean, and Classic Clean, SS 06/02

Get Back $4 Extra Bucks

Scenario #3

Buy (1) Bulldog original bamboo razor for men $10.99
Use -$4 Extra Bucks (from scenario #2)
and Use -$5 off online coupon

Get Back $4 Extra Bucks


My Trip to Walgreens & CVS

Even though Sunday was Mother’s Day, I had $5 Register Rewards that was due to expire and a $3 Beauty Bucks so I went to a Walgreens that was practically right next to CVS to save time.

I did check to see if this particular Walgreens had the Secret Freshies or the Secret on-the-go deodorant but it was a no go. I decided to walk around the store and I saw that the $3.99 Dixie paper plates are on BOGO FREE sale which was perfect as I also had a $2 RR from buying something else previously.  I bought 4 Dixie paper plates $7.98 and use $7 in Register Rewards, I paid $0.98 plus tax!  The $1/2 Dixie products digital coupon didn’t come off and that probably because I used two Register Rewards and there wasn’t an open slot for the manufacturer coupon.

I posted the Kleenex deal on Saturday, I had $4 Extra Bucks from my other card so my out of pocket was $2.98 plus tax and I got back $5 Extra Bucks!