Monday, August 29, 2011

CVS Ad Scan Preview for the Week of 9/4/2011

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Here is the CVS ad scan preview for the week of September 4.  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 link.  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

10 comments:

Melissa said...

Wow, did I read that right. Spend $10 on physican's formula and get $7 ECB back? Great deal. This is my favorite make up and it's usually pricey. Stock up ladies!

Pat said...

What a huge ad! It's going to take all week to figure out my shopping scenarios..lol.

The CRT is printing out coupons this week for $1 off Orbit gum. I'm not sure how that works on the BOGO sale next week? I need to go back and read the new polciy post you wrote.

Cheryl said...

I believe, Pat, you will only be able to use one per two you buy.

JRFrugalMom said...

I'm so happy to see the $0.99 Coca Cola deal, as I need a bunch for the birthday party. I have a $1 Coca Cola coupon from Recyclebank to use too.

Thanks for the heads up Cheryl!

james melo said...

I did find some tearpad coupons @ publix a few weeks ago. save 1.50 when you buy two 20 oz bottles of any coca-cola and two orbit gum, its a manufacture coupon expire 9/15/11

Cheryl said...

Great, JR, enjoy the party!

Cheryl said...

Nice find, James!

Anonymous said...

I have a question, the limit on Huggies is 5. What if I try to buy without the CVS card? Will I still get the Sale Price as there is no ECB involved.

Thanks
Suma

Cheryl said...

Suma, non-extra buck limits are per transaction. The register will allow the limit and then ring at regular price. Stores can also choose to limit per customer, but that is rare. So as long as you check it out separately you should be fine. If they are limiting per customer in a store you can try another store. Without the card you would not get the sale price.

Anonymous said...

Perfect! Thanks for the info! :)

Suma