If you haven’t checked out the CVS Deals happening this week then make sure you hop on over to our CVS Page to see all the best deals going on right now! The top post has all the matchups, or you can scroll through and see everything we have posted, there are some great freebies you can grab this week!
I saved over $80 and got everything you see in the photo for FREE This week! I wanted to give you a quick run down of my shopping trip.
Here’s how my transaction looked this week:
Buy 3 – Snickers or Mars Fun Size Bags – 3/$9.00
Buy 4 – Loreal Advanced Haircare Products – $4.00 each
Buy 2 – Dawn Dish Soap Products – $0.88 each
Buy 2 – Colgate Express Toothpaste – $3.99 each
Buy 1 – CVS Whitening Kit – $12.79 each
Buy 4 – CoverGirl Eyebrow Pencils – $4.19 each
Total after sale prices and before coupons = $64.29 (Before sale prices $88.60)
Use 1 – $10/$60 CVS Store Purchase from the bottom of my receipt
Use 1 – $2.00/3 Mars Halloween Candy Bags – 9-11-16 RP; (exp 10/31/16)
Use 1 – $2.00/3 CVS Coupon from the Coupon Center
Use 4 – $2/1 Loreal Advanced Haircare Printable Coupons
Use 1 – $3/$15 CVS Hair Care Coupon from the Coupon Center
Use 2 – $0.25/1 Dawn Dish Soap Printable Coupons
Use 2 – $2.00/1 Colgate Optic White High Impact White, 9-11-16 SS (exp 09/24/16)
Use 1 – $2/2 CVS Colgate Coupon from the Coupon Center
Use 1 – 30% off CVS Store Brand Products (-$3.83)
Use 4 – $3/1 Covergirl Printable Eye Product Coupons
Total after Coupons = $16.96
Earned $10 in ECBS for buying 1 Whitening Product
Earned $5 in ECBs for Spending $15 on Loreal
Earned $5 in ECBs for Spending $15 on Cover Girl
Earned $2 in ECBs for buying 2 Colgate Toothpaste
After ECBs it’s like I earned $5.04 on everything shown above!!!
5 Places to Get CVS Store Coupons
It’s super important to pay attention to the coupons you get from CVS. Sometimes they are weekly coupons that everyone gets, other times they are more personalized to your account. I had a $10/$60 purchase coupon from the bottom of a receipt last week that I was able to use + I used the 30% off CVS Brand Item coupon. Both of those were individualized coupons, but I wanted to show you how you can stack those CVS Coupons with the weekly sales to score free stuff!
There are 5 places you can typically find CVS Store Coupons that I wanted to make sure you know about:
1.) CVS Coupon Center
This is probably the easiest and most convenient way to get CVS Coupons, every time you go to CVS Scan your Extra Care Card at the CVS Coupon Center, it’s typically located towards the front of the store and it should be clearly marked. If you don’t have a CVS Extra Care Card don’t worry, they are free and all you need to do is ask an employee to sign you up!
2.) CVS Mobile App
The mobile app is relatively new, but I”m finding a few coupons each week that are different from what I have printed out that I can use from the app. You just download the app to your smart phone, log in to your CVS account and then link your CVS Extra Care Card. You can then “Send to Card” any coupons you see in the app, when you check out the Cashier will be prompted to add any coupons that qualify.
3.) CVS Receipts
Double check those Receipts before you toss them I typically have 2-3 coupons at the bottom of each receipt. Sometimes these are duplicates of my Mobile App coupons and other times I have gotten high value $5/$30 Purchase or $10/$60 Purchase that can be stacked with other CVS and Manufacturer Coupons, those are my favorites so keep your eyes open.
4.) CVS Emails
Make sure you log in to your CVS Account Here and opt in to email updates, The in store email updates often contain CVS Coupons that are high value. These tend to be tricky, they are often regional and don’t always get sent out to everyone, the best thing I can tell you is to make sure you’re opted in :) CVS pretty much says they are sent out based on the account, so there’s no way to know how to make them arrive more frequently, but they are awesome when they show up!
5.) CVS Website
Last but not least you can get CVS Store Coupons occasionally on the CVS Store Website. The coupon page on CVS.com has several coupons that have the CVS logo on them, those are valid at CVS only and typically act like CVS Store Coupons which means they can be stacked with other Manufacturer coupons.