Friday, September 23, 2011

Share Your CVS Gift Card Challenge Shopping for the Week of 9/18

Simply CVS Gift Card ChallengeHave you joined the CVS Gift Card Challenge?  If not think about joining me and other Simply CVS readers as we challenge ourselves to see how far we can make a Gift Card go.  I personally am challenging myself with a $50 CVS Gift card I earned free on Swag Bucks.  Other readers are doing $10, $25 or other amounts.  You don't even have to have a gift card--just keep track until you have spent the dollar amount you choose.  You can see all the details in the link above.

If you are taking the challenge and have shopped this week from the 9/18 CVS ad we'd love to see how you did, what your balance is and how much total savings you have so far.  If you blog about your trips leave a link in the linky form below (and I would love if you would grab the Gift Card Challenge button from the far right side bar here at Simply CVS and tuck it in your weekly Challenge Posts or in your sidebar so your readers can
come by and see what others are doing).  If you don't blog share your totals or your whole trip in the comment area below.

NOTE:  I did not shop this week after my fall--so I will not be posting a trip.


CZYK Publishing said...

I just got free stuff this week. (I did need to use some EBCs from past trips but got the same amount back.


I would also love if you followed Charlie the Cavalier!

Dee said...

Week #4
Nexxus Promend Shampoo $10.79
Nexxus Promend Cond $14.79
Total $25.58
Used 25% off cvs Q, (2)$3 Mf Q and 10ECBs
Total OOP $3.19 Got back $10ECB

I notice my $20 GC is dwindling fast ($6 left) because I am buying things I really need for my home. But the savings are absolutely incredible!!

Unknown said...

I skipped. Might add some in if I shop tomorrow. Probably not.

Cheryl @ Simply Shoeboxes said...

Dee, that is the beauty of CVSing--you can choose which way to save and any way adds up to great savings. My current challenge is to see how much free I can get, but I plan on doing other challenges in the future that will eat away quickly at the $50 but it will be neat to see how the savings adds up anyways.