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CVS Shopping Scenario for 3/19

by Christie- on March 18, 2017

CVS Shopping ScenariosHere’s my CVS shopping scenario for 3/19. In this scenario, you’ll get $30.89 in merchandise. After manufacturer coupons and sale prices you’ll pay $7.79 out of pocket. You’ll keep $2 in Extra Bucks and receive 75¢ Checkout 51 thru Wednesday, so it’s like paying $5.04 for everything or 56¢ per item.

The Oral-b is only shown online so be sure to check your zip code. If you don’t find it available in your area, skip transaction #2.

Transaction #1
Buy (2) Maybelline Great Lash Mascara, $5.99 Reg. Price
(2) $3/1 Maybelline New York Mascara, exp. 4/1/17 (RP 03/05/17)
Total = $5.98, Get Back $4 ECB Maybelline

Transaction #2
Buy (1) Oral-b Indicator 2pk, $4.99 Reg. Price
(1) 50¢/1 Oral-B Adult Indicator OR Cavity Defense Toothbrush (ets & Healthy Clean)
$4 ECB Maybelline
Total = 49¢, Get back $4 ECB Oral-b

Transaction #3
Buy (1) Colgate Rinse 500mL, $3.99 Sale Price
Buy (1) Arm & Hammer 43.75-50 oz, $1.98 Sale Price
Buy (2) Kleenex Reg 85ct or lotion 70ct, 99¢ Sale Price
(1) $1.00 on ONE (1) ARM & HAMMER Liquid Laundry Detergent
(2) 30¢ on ONE (1) box of KLEENEX Facial Tissue (50 ct+)
(1) $2.00 On any Colgate Mouthwash or Mouth Rinse (400 mL or larger)
$4 ECB Oral-b
Total = 35¢, Get Back $2 ECB Colgate + 75¢/2 Kleenex Brand Facial Tissue Checkout 51 thru 3/22

Transaction #4
Buy (1) Colgate Rinse 500mL, $3.99 Sale Price
Buy (1) Arm & Hammer Ultra Power Paks 21ct, $1.98 Sale Price
(1) $2.00 On any Colgate Mouthwash or Mouth Rinse (400 mL or larger)
(1) $1.00 on ONE (1) ARM & HAMMER Single-Dose Laundry Detergent
$2 ECB Colgate
Total = 97¢, Get back $2 ECB Colgate

Christie


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Mary March 19, 2017 at 7:20 pm

Just a caution: if there are young children in the home (or in my case, visiting grandkids), think about not buying the single dose packets of detergent. They are glossy and small and attractive to toddlers, who have ingested them and a few of them nationwide have not survived.

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R March 23, 2017 at 11:19 pm

Yes, that is why P&G have launched a huge nationwide campaign regarding cascade pods, Tide pods and Gain flings. The bags now come with child proof seals. P&G was sued for wrongful death last year when a toddler ingested cascade pods and died. And another suit regarding the tide pods was also filed.

I buy pods all the time, but I dont keep them where my 2 year can get ahold them. I keep them stored way above her head, behind a closed door. Its not about not buying them, its about keeping chemicals out of reach and behind locked and closed doors/cabinets.

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