As I mentioned in my last post, I have lots of coupons waiting form me the next time I swipe my ExtraCare card at the ExtraCare Coupon Center at CVS!
One of them is a $2 off a $10 cosmetic purchase coupon. There are two beauty extrabucks rewards deals that requuire only a $10 purchase. One is a deal on two Cover Girl Outlast Nail polishes. While there's only $1 in extrabucks rewards to be had, they are priced at 2/$10, and with the $2 cosmetics coupon, they would be 2/$7 after the extrabucks reward. If you happened to get the paper on Sunday, and it had a P&Geveryday insert in it, there is a $3 coupon in it for any two Cover Girl products. With that coupon, the final deal after the extrabucks rewards would be 2/$4.
The other deal with a $10 minimum purchase is a Buy $10, get $7 extrabucks rewards on Physicians Formula cosmetics or skin care. In a previous blog on beauty products, I talked about the new line of BB products that Physicians Formula has and that there are $3 coupons attached to the packaging. Since the Physicians Formula BB item is $12.99-$14.99 at my CVS store, you can use the $2/$10 cosmetic purchase coupon in addition to the $3 coupon on the BB item packaging, which would make the savings this week $12 after extrabucks rewards. But you might want to wait until tomorrow (1-31-13) to see if you get a percentage off coupon on any regular priced products. With a 20 percent off coupon, you would make money on the lower priced items and get $14.99 priced items for free, and if it's a 25 percent coupon like I got last week, all the items would be money makers.
There also are Buy $15, Get $5 extrabucks rewards deals on select L'Oreal and Maybelline cosmetics this week. The products eligible for the L'Oreal deal are foundation, blush, powder, concealer, eye, or nail. In addition to the the $2/$10 cosmetics coupon, there is a $1 coupon for nail polish on Save.com. If you are a myL'Oreal member, you can get a $1 for eye products and a $1 coupon for any L'Oreal product by completing a Can I Help You? consultation. There also were some L'Oreal coupons in one of the RedPlum coupon section of Sunday's paper for eye makeup, nail polish, and facial cosmetic products. Most of them are $1 coupons, but there was a $2 coupon for any L'Oreal cosmetic face product as well. The Maybelline deal is for any foundation, blush, powder, concealer, or eye product. Tried to find some coupons on the web to go with the $2/$10 cosmetics coupon but was unable to do so. But as with the Physicians Formula deal, you might want to check your email tomorrow for a percentage off coupon to make both of these deals even better.
And there still are more coupons to discuss. Tomorrow.