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CVS Scenario for 11/17

by Christie- on November 17, 2013

lightbulbHere is my CVS Shopping Scenario for 11/17. In this scenario you’ll get $13.71 in merchandise and spend $4.71 total out of pocket (with$3 Nature Made coupon NLA for Transaction #1).  You’ll end with $4, so you are really paying just 71¢ for everything.

Transaction #1
Buy (1) Nature Made VitaMelts, $6.99 Sale Price
$3.00 off Any One Nature Made Vitamelts printable (NLA)
OR $1/1 Nature Made VitaMelts Product, exp. 12/3/13 (SS 11/03/13) or HERE
Total = as low as $3.99, Get Back $5 ECB

Transaction #2
Buy (2) Crest Pro Health toothpaste, $2.99 Sale Price
(1) Russel Stover Single, .875-1.25 oz, 74¢ (Filler)
Total = $6.72
(2) 50¢ OFF ONE Crest® ProHealth Toothpaste 4.0oz or larger (excludes trial/travel size)(zip 30004)
$5 ECB from Transaction #1
Total = 72¢, Get Back $4 ECB

YOU END UP WITH $4 ECB FOR NEXT WEEK!

Christie


{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

alicia November 17, 2013 at 1:03 pm

Cvs doesn’t require you to have a filler.only wags

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alicia November 17, 2013 at 1:05 pm

$1.50/2 crest in p&g. $5/1 nature made in wags diabetes booklet. Less pop

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Harriet November 17, 2013 at 1:57 pm

Alicia, my CVS used to accept a $5 ECB on a $4.99 purchase, but they stopped a while ago. Now they make me buy something else. The total for the toothpastes above is $4.98, and I’ll need that filler! It’s great for you, though, if your CVS still adjusts. That’s nice!

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amy m November 17, 2013 at 4:48 pm

Thanks for the update on the fillers being needed. My CVS is still adjusting the ECB’s down so I wasn’t aware they’ve changed it.

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Seth November 17, 2013 at 5:51 pm

I think this has always been the case at CVS. If you’re using $5 in ECB’s for example on a $4.98 purchase, they do adjust the ECB’s down, so you would need a filler if you wanted the extra $.02 counted. Hth

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