Listerine Products Just 99¢ Each!

by Christie- on November 4, 2013

Listerine Panoramal55wIf you are fan of Listerine, check out this deal. Spend $10 on any Listerine products and get $5 ECB, limit 2. Here is a scenario for one Listerine Rinse and one package of 72 ct Pocketpacks. There was a $2/1 Listerine Rinse coupon available last week, so check your binders!

However, there is a $1/1 rinse printable coupon still available which  is only good on 1L+, so if you stick to the bottles that are just over $5, it’s easy to make a deal. I found the Listerine Zero, Original, Freshburst and Cool Mint one liter bottles priced at $5.49 at my store, though sometimes regular prices vary slightly from store to store. Since these were on sale last week, my store was out of the Listerine Original, so you may want to go shopping for this deal a little later in the week when your store has been re-stocked, so you can get better selection. However, be sure to print the rinse coupon and the pocketpaks coupon now before they disappear.

Depending on how many computers you have, here’s another deal I posted earlier for just the pocketpacks.

CVS Deals (thru 11/09)
Buy (1) Listerine Original, Zero, Freshburst, or Cool Mint, 1L, $5.49 Reg. Price
Buy (1) Listerine Pocketpaks, 72 ct, $4.49 Reg. Price
Total = $9.98
(1) SAVE $1.00 on any Adult LISTERINE® mouthwash (Valid on 1.0L or larger)
(1) $2.00 off any 72ct Listerine Pocketpaks
Total = $6.98, Get Back $5 ECB
= 99¢ each!

Here is another coupon:
SAVE $1.00 on any Adult LISTERINE® mouthwash (Valid on 1.0L or larger)


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Mary November 4, 2013 at 6:04 pm

Bummer, my CVS refused the $2 coupon on Listerine Pocketpaks, 72ct, stating it was a redeemable only at Walmart (It says on the coupon I printed from your link “Available at Walmart”. I stated it was a Manufacturers coupon, but the cashier insisted that the coupon was only good at Walmart. To her credit, when printing the coupon, the box you click to print the coupon does state “Redeem at Walmart”. Is this correct or should I have insisted back?


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