Wednesday, June 1, 2011

CVS Ad Scan Preview for the Weekly Ad of 6/5

Here is the CVS ad scan preview for the week of June 5.  I will be putting up coupon match-ups for the extra buck deals, grocery deals, dollar or less deals and household deals before that week.  Meanwhile, you can see if there are any coupons you'd like to print for items on sale at RedPlumSmartSource, Coupon Network or Coupons.  Remember, you
can almost always print two of each coupon.  There are some Cheerio printable coupons to go with the Gas card deal.











Thanks to Didie at We Use Coupons for always posting the CVS ad scan when she gets it (and thanks to Rydergal of SD for providing this week's ad).  Simply CVS is part of the grocery gathering at BeCentsAble.

If you'd like to find other coupons for CVS sale items I do not do each week, check out these instructions on where to find them

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like I am going to gain 10 pounds next week with all the candy I will have to buy to get free gas.

Cheryl said...

I was surprised by how almost all of it was candy towards the deal--we will have to walk it off and not use the gas card!

MAC Mom said...

I'm getting totally frustrated with all the candy & soda you need to buy to get the gas card. I did the deal the first week got a few Finish products but had to fill up the rest with Coke & MM's. This is way too much junk food. Not happy about this ...oh well :(

Cheryl said...

MAC, I, too, am really disappointed with the selection of products. Each week I see one thing I want--but like the first week the dish soap that was 88 cents I use, but I would have to buy like 35 to get the gas card. We still have several weeks to go, maybe they will come up with something.

Crissy said...

Last week they also had the panteen on sale for 2/6.97 and you earn 2ECB...Can I do it again this week since it is a different sale?

Cheryl said...

Crissy, I am not familiar with this deal--I haven't looked at it closely, but the way to check is to look at last week's ad and this week's ad (or rather this and next's in this case) and check out the "event codes" listed by the deal--if they are the same they are the same deal, if not they are different. Also, another way to check for this type of thing is to go ahead and check something out during the second week of the deal and look at the bottom of your receipt and see if it still says "limit reached" for that deal, meaning it is the same if it does.