Saturday, September 18, 2010

CVS Part 2

I told you about my previous trip to CVS this week, and how I had gotten a $5/$15 coupon at the bottom of my receipt.  Well, I was running around cleaning my house this morning and almost completely forgot about it.  Then, I sat down to check my email and saw the Lysol coupons I shared with you earlier, and that sparked my memory!  I quickly gathered up those coupons I had just printed, and made a quick trip over there.  Here is what I came home with this time:

Shelf Price:  $25.12
Sale Price:   $16.36
Price After Coupons:  $5.99  (including the $5/$15 but no extra bucks)
I paid using a $5 ECB's from my last trip and put the remaining $1.07 with tax on my gift card--after 4 trips I still have $3.20 on there!

I also received $9.99 total ECB's ($5 from Lysol and $4.99 from Nivea).  I have a $9.99 and a $2 remaining from Tueday for a total of about $22 in ECB's to spend next week.

My total after the Lysol and Nivea was going to be only $14.99, so I needed to add one more penny to my total to be able to use my coupon.  Luckily I noticed that they had finally stocked the Gain dish soap.  I had a free coupon for it that was expiring soon and I had not been able to find the small bottle anywhere.

There was also that $1 off Gain coupon in the 8/29 P&G insert.  The shelf price was $1.37, so you can use that coupon to get it for just $0.37 next time you go.  Maybe they will put it on sale for $1 and then the coupon would make it free. =)

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