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*HOT* Money Maker on Theraflu 12/26!

by Christie on December 19, 2011

UPDATE: I tweeked my scenario so you don’t have to use a coupon on the receipt you submit! Still a money maker! :-)

There is a NEW rebate offer for Theraflu! You’ll want to print this rebate form ASAP for a Money Maker starting 12/26. Just go HERE, sort under Healthcare and look under zip 30303 to check it out.

You can get a $5 retailer gift card WYB any (1) size Theraflu Warming Relief Syrup or Caplets (excluding trial size) between 12/19/11 and 3/31/2012. You’ll get your rebate in the form of a retailer gift card. You can choose from several including CVS!

***DEAL IDEA STARTING 12/26***
Transaction #1
Buy (1) Theraflu Warming Relief Syrup or Caplets $4.77 EACH
Total = $4.77

Transaction #2
Buy (1) Theraflu Warming Relief Syrup or Caplets $4.77 EACH
(1) -$3/1 Theraflu Warming Relief Syrup or Caplets, exp. 1/21/12 (SS 12/04/11)
Total = $1.77, Get Back $3 ECBS & $5 CVS Gift Card after Rebate (30303)

Total out of pocket $6.54, Get Back $8
= $1.46 MONEY MAKER!

(Thanks Shannyn!)


Christie

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ida December 19, 2011 at 11:55 am

On the rebate form it says “Offer cannot be combined with any other offer, coupon or discount card.” Would this deal still work?

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jane December 19, 2011 at 1:28 pm

I don’t think it will work because it has nothing to do with being able to use coupons at the store to buy it (it’s not a store promo)…..it has to do with using coupons to bet the $5 rebate from the maufacturer :( It was a great idea though…thanks Christie!

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Christie December 19, 2011 at 1:59 pm

Jane – I updated the scenario. You should have no problems doing it this way. Not as big of a Money Maker but still a nice $1.46 in your pocket. :-)

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Monica December 19, 2011 at 7:27 pm

Looks good! :)

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Laura January 1, 2012 at 4:14 pm

I was just getting ready to send in my rebate and was wondering if you think mine won’t go through since I used my extra care bucks for this purchase? On the receipt it comes up as cvs coupon?

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