Sunday, May 19, 2013

New twist on extrabucks rewards offers

Last week I was disappointed that the CVS weekly ad had only eight pages of sale items. But next week's CVS circular not only had 16 pages of specials, but it gives CVS shoppers a choice on how much they want to spend on two of the extrabucks rewards deals.

The first one is a Buy $20, Get $5 extrabucks rewards or Buy $30, Get $10 extrabucks rewards on a variety of items. This deal will be great for Huggies users since Huggies, Pull-Ups and GoodNites are all part of this deal. Additionally, there are a couple of coupons in one of the SmartSource coupon flyers that will be in Sunday newspapers (5/19/13). They include a $1.50 coupon on Huggies diapers and a $2 coupon on Little Movers slip-on diapers.

Another of the featured items will be 32-load bottles of Wisk for $4.99. According to Sunday Coupon Preview, there is $1 coupon for Wisk in the RedPlum coupon insert in Sunday's paper. Several varieties of Coppertone will be part of deal and on sale for $9.99. There is a $3 coupon that is good on the purchase of a 4 oz. or larger container of Coppertone and two Coca-Cola 12-pks. Although Coca-Cola 12-pks. aren't part of the deal, 12-pks. of Coke products are on sale for 4/$12 this week.

128 oz. Lipton iced tea jugs: 2/$5
ALL Maybelline Eye: Buy 1 Get 1 50 percent off
8 pk. Sparkle paper towels: $5
Starbucks Frappuccino (9.5 oz.), Refreshers (11-12 oz.), and DoubleShot (6.5 oz.): 2/$3
12 pk. (16.9 oz.) Lipton iced tea: 2/$10
10 oz. Palmolive: 99 cents
12 pk. Angel Soft bathroom tissue: $5
12 pk Qulited Northern bathroom tissue: $6.99

I just took advantage of  the other deal where CVS shoppers get a choice of extrabucks rewards. That deal is a Buy $10, Get $4 extrabucks rewards or Buy $20, Get $10 extrabucks rewards on select CVS brand Health, Beauty, and Personal Care products. Items excluded from the deal are sun care products, blood pressure monitors, pulse oximeters, vitamins, batteries, clearance items, and any products containing pseudoephedrine, ephedrine and items limited by law. Since I had a $2 off coupon on any CVS cetirizine (Zyrtec generic) products and $1 off any CVS ibuprofen purchase over $2.99 coupon I had gotten from the ExtraCare Coupon Center, I decided that this was a great time to stock up on these medications.

I think that having a choice on extrabucks rewards deals is a great idea. Since I live by myself, and money is tight, it often isn't feasible for me to take advantage of the Buy $30, Get $10 extrabucks rewards deals. I hope others will take advantage of the choice of a lower amount to get extrabucks back so that CVS will continue offering this type of extrabucks rewards in the future.

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