Last Thursday my left eye felt as if there were an eyelash in it. After checking several times, I realized there wasn't. What also irritated me as well was that I had seen in the sneak peek of the CVS weekly ad that there was going to be a free eye drops deal at CVS on Sunday.
Sunday has now come and passed, and CVS shoppers can get free Visine A Allergy Relief eye drops with the purchase of a 30 ct. bottle of Zyrtec tablets or 25 ct. bottle of Zyrtec gels. Additionally, there is a $5 coupon on SmartSource.com for any 25 ct. or larger Zyrtec bottle.
There also are deals and coupons for Allegra users as well. There is a $4 extrabucks rewards deal on 45 ct. boxes of Allegra Allergy, which are on sale for $23.99. You can save an additional $4 by using the Allegra coupon available on SmartSource.com. CVS also has 12 ct. Children's Allegra or 4 oz. liquid on sale for $9.99. SmartSource.com has a $2 coupon that is good for the tablets. The liquid is pictured along with the tablet on SmartSource, but the description of the coupon doesn't seem to indicate that the coupon can be used on the liquid.
Claritin users can get $1 in extrabucks rewards with the purchase of Non-Drowsy Claritin 10 ct. or Children's Claritin 4 oz. liquid. The Claritin website has $2 coupons for both products. There also is a coupon available for any Non-Drowsy Claritin 20 ct. or larger that can be used on 70 ct. bottles of Claritin, which are on sale for $34.99 this week. If you bought a Sunday paper and still have the coupon inserts, there was a $10 coupon in last Sunday's SmartSource insert for the 70 ct. Claritin.
Other deals on allergy medication at CVS this week are a Buy 1, Get 1 Free deal on CVS Loratadine, Fexofenadine, or Cetirizine. Those are the CVS forms of Claritin, Allegra Allergy, and Zyrtec respectfully. CVS also has their eye allergy, redness relief, 32-70 ct. single use or 12 oz. contact cleansers on sale at Buy 1, Get 1 50 percent off. Clear Eyes is also on sale at Buy 1, Get 1 50 percent off. Rounding out the allergy deals are 10 ct. packages of Advil congestion or Allergy & Congestion Relief at $4.95. The Advil website has $1 coupons for both products.
That's all for this post. Tomorrow's post will deal with $3 beauty coupons I keep getting from the ExtraCare Coupon Center every time I go into CVS.