Friday, October 3, 2008

CVS October Deals

For the second month in a row, my local CVS doesn't have the monthly book out. So I looked it up on Slickdeals.net here.

The highlights:

FREE after ECBs:

Buy Well patch arthritis relief pads 3 ct @$5.99, get 5.99ECB (limit 5!) Make sure to get the Arthritis Relief Patches-$1 WellPatch Product, any SS 7/13/08
(use $1/1 Well Patch from 7/13 SmartSource)

Buy CVS Pharmacy Vitamin D-400 @ $2.99 (100 ct.), get $2.99ECB Limit 1

Possibly free after ECB and coupons:

Buy $20 Eucerin Redness Relieve, get 12ECBs ($8.99-$14.99)
use $4/1 lotion printable
use $2/1 cleanser printable
use $4/1 different lotion printable
If these apply to the products included, even better:
Redness Relief Lotion AND Serum, $7/1 Printable
Redness Relief Anti-Aging Serum, $7.50/1 Printable

Buy CVS brand bar soap, 1-8 pack, get 1ECB (limit 5)
i dunno how much a 1-pack costs, but if you have $3/$10 CVS brand purchase CRT, with the $3/$15 printable, seems like it might make money

Other:

Buy $15 Starbucks, get 5ECB (coffee costs $9.99) (limit 1)
apparently there are $1/1 tearpad coupons for that. If you buy 2 packs of coffee (I'm assuming it's 12 oz.), use two $1/1 and a $3/$15, you'd be getting 2 for $10 after ECBs, or $5 each. Not bad. I'd wait and see if they put the coffee on sale at any time during the month, though.


3 comments:

Mandy said...

Thanks Carrie! I have a couple of questions for you. First, what is the CVS Reinventing Beauty booklet that sometimes get referred to by other bloggers (like on Coupon Cravings latest CVS preview post, under the Colegate MaxFresh). Where do I get one? My store has the October savings book, but not the Beauty Books.

Second, do you know how to post a file (like from my personal computer) to a blog post? My cousins have a cooking blogs, and I would like to post some recipe files I have.

Thanks a million!

Carrie said...

Hi Mandy,

I can answer your first question: The Reinventing Beauty really looks like a magazine and sells for 99 cents. My CVS has them at the counter. A picked a couple up when I needed fillers.

But I don't know about that second question. I would just copy and paste if I were you.

Mandy said...

Thanks! I'll look for them the next time I'm there.