Quick CVS Finds: Elvive, Kleenex, & More!
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Scoot over to your neighborhood CVS store April 5 - 11, 2020 to score some really amazing deals on household basics, grocery staples, and more!
Keep in mind that CVS has just instituted additional safety measures in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. However, I don't recommend going out unless you really need to (and of course, if you need to go out, I DEFINITELY don't recommend paying full price!)
You can go here to see the entire ad, but I've got my favorite picks below:
Russell Stover or Whitman's Boxed Chocolate -- on BOGO sale, no prices listed in ad.
Reese's or Cadbury's Easter Candy -- single serving sizes on BOGO sale, no prices listed in ad.
Hershey's Easter Kisses -- on sale for $3 per bag, with $3 in Extra Bucks when you buy three bags. So buy three bags for $9, then get your $3 in EB for next time. That's like a final price of $6 for all three bags, or just $2 each!
General Mills Cereal -- assorted varieties priced at $1.99 per box. Buy four boxes for a pre-coupon price of $7.96. Use the $2 off 4 coupon from the 3/15 Smartsource insert. Your new price drops to $5.96 for all four boxes, or just $1.49 each!
Coca-Cola -- 2 liter bottles on BOGO sale, no prices listed in ad.
L'Oreal Elvive -- on sale for $4 per bottle, with a free $10 CVS Cash Card when you buy $30 on select products. Buy eight bottles for a pre-coupon price of $32, then use four $4 off 2 coupons projected to arrive in the 4/5 RetailMeNot inserts (assuming your area receives them.) Pay $16 out of pocket, then receive your coupon for your free $10 CVS cash card on your receipt. That's like a final price of $6 for all eight bottles, or only 75 cents each! NOTE: If you need to split up your purchases at CVS to honor the fine print on a coupon, you can do that without worries. Just do multiple transactions -- even at different stores if necessary! -- and your Extra Bucks will print on your last receipt. 😎
Colgate Optic White Toothpaste -- on sale for $3.49 per tube, with $1.50 back in Extra Bucks. Use this $1 off printable coupon to pay $2.49 out of pocket, then get your $1.50 in Extra Bucks back. That's like a final price of 99 cents!
Kleenex Wet Wipes -- on sale for $1.50 per pack.
Starbucks K-Cups -- 10-count boxes on sale for $5.99 each.
Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna -- on sale for 69 cents per can.
Rimmel Brow This Way Cosmetics -- normally priced as low as $4.59 in stores, plus on a Buy 2, Get $5 in Extra Bucks offer. So buy two for a pre-coupon price of $9.18, then use two $2 off Rimmel coupons from the 3/29 Smartsource inserts. Pay $5.18 out of pocket, then get your $5 back in Extra Bucks to use next time. Your final price falls to 18 cents for both, or just 9 cents each!
Speed Stick Deodorant -- on sale 2 for $6, with $3 back in Extra Bucks when you buy two. So buy two for a pre-coupon price of $6, then use two of this 50 cents off printable coupon. Pay $5 out of pocket for both deodorants, then receive your $3 in Extra Bucks for next time. Your final price is like paying $2 for 2, or just a dollar each!
Mitchum Deodorant -- on sale for $2.99 each. Use the $2 off coupon projected to arrive in the 4/5 Smartsource insert, and get yours for only 99 cents!
NOTE: New Fetch Rewards users will also receive an additional 2000 points (like a $2 reward!) when they use my referral code D5UAY and then submit ANY receipt.
That would make some of these scores even cheaper or possibly even FREE! For example, the Rimmel Brow This Way would be a $1.82 money-maker after Qs, Extra Bucks, and Fetch Rewards.
(If you don't use the referral code, you won't get the bonus -- so be sure to write it down!) If you already have Fetch Rewards on your phone, this is a good opportunity to add it to other phones in your household.