Monday, August 22, 2011

CVS Ad Scan Preview for the Week of 8/28/2011

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Here is the CVS ad scan preview for the week of August 28.  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.
















Thanks to Didie at We Use Coupons for the CVS ad scan.  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

8 comments:

Jennifer said...

For the BOGO Sobe's on the last page. Could we use the buy 2 get 1 coupon that prints from the CVS site, plus the BOGO? What do you think?

Cheryl said...

Jennifer, the explanation given was that the two items count as one when it comes to using coupons so I am thinking you would buy three with your coupon, get one free and get three more free from the CVS sale for a total of six paying for two. It is still confusing--I will be glad when they get it all in writing, tho it is my guess there will still be oddball things like this not written out.

Taika Maris said...

You're explanation looks about right Cheryl. That's how I would interpret it.

Cheryl said...

Thanks, Taika!!

Julie said...

I know it has been said before, but I have forgotten: When something says "limit 3" like on the cases of water, does that mean 3 per week, per day, or per transaction?

mary ellen said...

the quaker instant oatmeal i was eye balling at shoprite next week is cheaper at cvs ... now if i could only find some coupons !

Cheryl said...

Julie, it is limit 3 per transaction if it is not an extra buck deal. But the manager has the right to limit per customer if they choose. My store rarely does but I know one week they had to on water as they didn't get much stock in.

Cheryl said...

Mary Ellen, that's what I like about the early ads--they help me get the best price.