Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Bayer Aspirin ~ Free with Coupons on Black Friday @ CVS

CVS will have Bayer Advanced, 20 Ct aspirin for $ 0.99 with no limit on Black Friday. There are two coupons out making this free.  Overage will be applied to more of the same product. So if you have two of the $1.50 coupons, for instance, you can get three free bottles.

  • $2/1Bayer Advanced Aspirin Product, Any - 09-11-11 RP
  • $1.50/1 Bayer Advanced Aspirin Product, any - 10-23-11 RP

11 comments:

Ami said...

This is going to be my first black friday "couponing".....i have two $2 off bayer advanced and one $1.50 off...so how does that work since its only .99 cents?I also have three $1 off any bayer product..and since theres no limit how many can i get??

Crystal Ann said...

I was thinking about price matching at walmart and using the overage on something for my kids?? What do you think??

Anonymous said...

@ Ami since "overage will be applied to more of the same product" and you have a total of $6.50 worth of Qs i guess you could get 7 and pay .50 for all or leave the $1.50 one out and get 5 for free

Cheryl said...

Ami, Anon is correct: add up the total of your coupons and divide by the 99 cent price to see how many your coupons will cover. You could also get 6 with all the coupons and they will change the last coupon to equal the total left--you'd loose $.50+.

Thanks, Anon, for explaining.

Cheryl said...

Crystal Ann, many people do this! My Walmart is VEEEERRRRYYY unfriendly when it comes to coupons so I would never think to do this. I hardly can use a coupon there let alone get overage :-). And of course......I LOVE my CVS!!

Ami said...

omg thats awesome!i just found another 1.50 off coupon and 1.00 off!! so thats 10,right?lol (i suck @math) :0 yayyyyyy

Cheryl said...

Ami, even if you aren't good at math this is an easy one to figure (just in case you find more coupons I'll show you how):

Add up the total dollar amount of your coupons and that is how many you can get since they are each about $1 it is easy to figure:

If you have $8 in coupons you can get 8 if you have $10 you can get 10, etc. If you have an extra $.50 in there you can buy another one and pay just a little for it or you can not and let them reduce the last coupon down.

Ami said...

Thanks Cheryl :)

Anonymous said...

Hi. Would the $3 Benefiber coupon work in the same way (overage rolling into additional product)? If so, you could get two Benefiber packs for free (plus $1.49 EC Bucks on the first one). Thanks!

Cheryl said...

Exactly, Anon!!

Anonymous said...

Great! I hated the idea of "wasting" the rest of the coupon. Thanks for your help.