This coupon printed out when I scanned my CVS card at the machine right inside the front door. It is blurry but it says it is good for $1.00 off and CVS brand hair care item.
That meant, this shampoo was free!!!!
I needed the dishwasher detergent and I did not have a coupon so I actually had to pay $3.00 for this bottle. I know, how could I be so unprepared?
Right Guard was on sale for $2.69. I had a coupon for $3.00 off 2 (that I printed from coupons.com over here -------> ) and you got $2 in ECB for each one your bought (limit 2).
Schick razor trial pack was $1.29 and I had a $2 coupon from the Sunday paper. The cashier took off the $1.29 to make them free!
The 2 first aid items were $1 each. I had a coupon that printed from the CVS machine that was $1 off 2 CVS brand first aid items.
Kotex was $4.99. I had a $1.00 off coupon and you got $4.99 in ECB when you buy 1.
Zyrtec was $18.99. I had a $4 off coupon from the Sunday paper and you get $7.00 ECB when you buy 1. It made this pretty cheap and I really needed it. ACHOO!
The trial size J&J baby shampoo was free after a $1 home mailer coupon (They send me stuff like this from time to time after my DH told them how much we love their Head to Toe Baby Wash)
The Reach Floss was $1.99. I had a $1 off printed coupon that I printed this morning. You also get $2 in ECB when you buy 1. I made money on this deal!
The baby asprin was another thing I needed but had no coupon for. It was only 79 cents though.
Before coupons, this was all $40.41. I had $19.18 in coupons and ECB's. I paid $21.23 for all this and left with $17.99 in ECB's to use another day. Not bad when the Zyrtec alone was $18.99.
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