When I looked through this week's CVS weekly ad, I said "Nice!" as I viewed several of the items on sale. But there are some Coupons.com coupons that elevate those deal to beyond "nice".
There are several food coupons that make CVS deals this week even sweeter and more savory. One of those coupons is a $1.50/3 coupon for Hormel Compleats. On sale for 2/$4 this week, using the coupon would bring the price of three down to $4.50, which is close to a Buy 2, Get 1 free deal. Sticking with food, CVS also has 3.07-3.3 oz. Dove large chocolate bars on sale for 2/$2.98. With the $1/2 coupon available on Coupons.com, that price becomes 2/$1.98, which is less expensive than a regular-sized Dove chocolate bar at CVS!
The best CVS/Coupons.com deal I found for personal care is a Buy 1, Get 1 Free coupon for Edge
shaving gel. Additionally, CVS has a $2 extrabucks rewards deal on Edge, Skintimate, or Schick shaving gel. If this deal isn't good enough already, I got a $3 ExtraCare Coupon Center coupon for $3 off a $10 purchase of any shaving, deodorant, or oral care products. Since the shaving gel was priced at $5.79 at my CVS, buying two would put CVS customers over the $10 minimum purchase requirement!
Speaking of ExtraCare Coupon Center coupons, all ExtraCare members will receive a $1 coupon for any Procter & Gamble featured on Page 4 of the CVS weekly ad. One of the featured deals is a Buy 1, Get 1 50 percent deal on Crest Pro-Health and Glide Floss products. Coupons.com has a a $1 coupon for Crest Pro-Health rinse 1L or larger and a 50 cent coupon for Crest Pro-Health toothpaste 4.0 oz. or larger. There also is a $1 extrabucks rewards deal on 12.6 oz. Pantene shampoo or conditioner or 5.7 to 11.5 oz. styler, which are 2/$7 this week. Paired with the $2/2 coupon available on Coupons.com, the $1 coupon from the ExtraCare Coupon Center, and the $1 extrabucks rewards, two Pantene products would be 2/$3. The CVS weekly ad said that there was a $3/2 coupon in the P&G brandSAVER insert in Sunday's paper. If that coupon were used instead of the one from Coupons.com, the net price would go down even further to 2/$2!
Will be back next time with some SavingStar deals that can be profitable later in the month!