My plan was to follow the Crest Toothpaste & Mouthwash Money Maker post but I’d sent to card a $3 Beauty Bucks so I also bought a bag of Doritos chips on sale for $2.99 which you won’t see on my receipt.
- All of the coupons used are digital and sent to my card.
- The CVS store was completely out of the $4.79 Crest mouthwash.
I ended up paying $0.60 for (4) toothpaste and I got back $6 ECB and I suspect that I would have had the (2) mouthwash, the $5 off 3 Crest digital coupon would have come off on my receipt, too.
I was able to use my $3 Beauty Bucks and get back $6 ECB so I’m real happy with this transaction!
Nick had an awesome trip to CVS picking up FREE Dial body washes!!! Make sure to check your CVS account for $3 off Dial body wash because I want to say that like last week, my account had (4) $3 off Dial body wash coupons but I do have the $3 Personal Cleaning coupon.
Below is what Nick has to say:
I stopped by a CVS last night to scan my card and print coupons. I had intended to get this offer. Instead, I got 4 free body washes! Apparently the Dial is on sale at 2/$7 but there are separate $3 off for the coconut water, spring water and Himalayan salt. Plus, several of the Old Spice are on clearance for 25% off (used another $3 off). Do all of these plus use a $3/10 personal cleaning coupon which also applied. Total was about 34c plus tax! You won’t even need to use any of your ExtraCare earnings from last week’s Black Friday.
I had $8 in Extra Bucks that was expiring on Sunday and I decided to buy the Blue Diamond Almonds and the Kevita drink but then I remembered that you got to use cash for the Kevita so I ended up getting the Conair comb.
The cashier didn’t know how to deal with my transaction because what I didn’t know is the $1 Blue Diamond Almond digital coupon had come off of my receipt so the register was kicking out my $5 Extra Bucks so the cashier rang up the almonds separately and the register reduced my $3 Extra Bucks to $2.50 and I got the almonds for free.
The Conair comb was for $4.99 and my $5 Extra Bucks was reduced to $4.99 so I just paid tax.
I stopped by Rite Aid and paid cash for the Kevita drink and when I scanned my receipt is when I realized that there is something going on with Fetch Rewards.
Since I only needed $12 and change to complete the $15/$50 P&G Savingstar rebate, I decided to follow Tammy’s Trip to CVS scenario.
However, I wasn’t as lucky as Tammy in that only (1) $2 Crest digital came off on my receipt and I actually had a (2) $3/$12 Oral Care CVS coupons but only (1) came off on my receipt. Plus, I forgot to bring my Extra Bucks with me so I paid out of pocket. But my out of pocket was from my PayPal card so I basically rolled money from Ibotta and Savingstar to pay for the deal.
My Walgreens trip was a $5 Money Maker – $19.95 + tax out of pocket and I got back 13,000 ($13) points and a $10 RR and I’m waiting for my $5 RR from the catalina folks .
My CVS trip is basically FREE (before tax) after the $7 ECB and I get back $15 from Savingstar.
The Walgreens trip + the CVS trip is a $20 Money Maker before tax.
A reader, Tammy, left a comment about her awesome trip to CVS. Below is what Tammy has to say:
I did this today at CVS. Check your CVS account- lots of crest DQ’s. Load them all because some came off that were very unexpected!
1 Crest pro health Sens & En Sheild 4.6 ox. 4.39
1 Crest pro health Clnc 6.3oz. $5.29
1 Crest Ex Wht Pwr 6.3oz. $5.29
-3.00/2 Oral B DQ
-2.00 Crest DQ
– 2.00 crest DQ
– $4/$14 Crest Scope (printed last week)
– $0.50 Crest DQ
Subtotal $3.47+tax get $7EB
Also, keep in mind that this transaction counts towards the ✅$15/$50 Pantene, Herbal Essences, Head & Shoulders, Aussie, Ivory, Safeguard, Olay, Secret, Always Discreet, Old Spice, Crest, Oral-B, Pampers, Gillette, Venus, Tampax, and Always(excludes trial/travel size) Savingstar rebate (exp 12/31).
I recommend that you use the CVS app to clip your digital coupons quickly. You can do a quick search for “Crest” and “Oral-B” and clip the coupons.