Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Tonight's CVS Trip and Some Extra Coupons I Got

I knew I had to go out to CVS today since the $4/$20 coupon that I told you about on facebook was expiring.  I just honestly was not feeling it.  I woke up with a backache that only got worse as the day progressed.  However, one of the items on sale was the Tylenol Precise heating pads, so I thought those just might be good to have right now.  Also, my husband was running out of vitamins and deodorant, and those items were on sale with Extra Bucks, too.  So I finally was able to pull my list and my coupons together and made a trip out after dinner, and I'm pretty glad I did.

Here is what I came home with:

  • Degree on sale 2 for $5 (other items also included)  $5 ECBs when you spend $15--I got 6, and had 4 $0.75/1 coupons from the 8/29 RP
  • Alive! was $9.99 and get back $9.99 ECBs--I found this $1.00/1 coupon 
  • Tylenol Precise was $5.99 and get back $2 ECBs--I used the store and manufacturer coupons I told you about here, $2 off from each one.  There were also some in one of this past Sunday's SS inserts (it was on the back page of mine).

Shelf Price: $41.32
Sale Price:  $30.98
Price Paid After Coupons:  $18.98  (I also had $15 in ECBs from my last trip)
Total OOP w/ Tax:  $4.02 (which I paid for with a gift card I received from using a pharmacy coupon from KROGER!  They do accept competitors pharmacy coupons.  Thanks to my good friend Amber for telling me this!)

Also, received $16.99 total ECB's ($2 from Tylenol, $5 from Degree, and $9.99 from Alive!Vitamins)

Plus, when I walked in, of course I scanned my card at the price scanner.  One of the coupons I got was really exciting.  It was for $3 a big box of Huggies diapers, and it does not expire until 9/29.  Since this is a store coupon, I can also use a manufacturer coupon as well for even greater savings.  

Also, when I was putting my ECBs away for next time, I noticed that the last portion of my receipt tape was not one of my ECBs but a coupon for $5/$15 good for 3 days only.  Usually when this type of coupon is printing, everyone gets one no matter how large the purchase.  My suggestion:  if you did not get the Twitter coupon, buy a candy bar when you first walk in and see if you get this coupon so you can use it right then!

There was some other stuff that I wanted to get this week, like the lysol deal (select items 4 for $10and  receive $5 ECBs), and the Nivea Men that is free after ECB's this week, with a $1 off coupon available (my store was out), so I may have to make another CVS run.  I'll be sure to let you know about it if I do.

Did any of you score some good deals?  If you did, and you blogged about it, leave us a link!  If you don't have a blog, email me a picture.  I'd love to know how your CVS shopping is going!


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