For all the migraine sufferers out there, CVS has a $7 extrabucks rewards deal on any $15 purchase on any Excedrin Migraine product this week. You can purchase any size(s) of bottle(s) between 24-200 ct., and they will count towards this deal. I couldn't find any coupons to use with this deal, but you might want to wait later in the week to see if you get a percentage off coupon from CVS. Since there is no sale price on the Excedrin Migraine, you would save whatever percentage off the coupon is on your Excedrin purchase. Also, if you have $50 worth of items to purchase art CVS this week and have received a $10 off of a $50 purchase coupon like I have several times in the last few weeks, both that coupon AND a percentage off coupon can be used in the same transaction.
If you were able to get Sunday's paper, there was a $10 coupon that can be used toward purchasing the 70 ct. Allegra, which is on sale for $34.99 this week. The 30 ct. 24-hour Allegra also is on sale for $17.99. If you sign up on the Allegra site to receive special offers, you can get a $4 coupon that can be use toward the 30 ct. box as well as the 70. ct box incase you didn't get the coupon in Sunday's paper. Since these are on sale, any percentage off coupon CVS would issue this week wouldn't apply towards the purchase of Allegra. However, if you had a $10 off of $50 coupon, a a 70-ct and 30-ct box of Allegra would take you to over $50, and you would save an extra $10 on your purchase.
If you want to save money on over-the-counter prescriptions, select CVS allergy and cold remedies are Buy 1, Get 1 50% off this week. The CVS version of Zyrtec has worked effectively for me as well as their ibuprofen gel caps.
Will be back tomorrow to talk about a $3 cosmetics coupon I got from the ExtraCare Coupon Center.