Monday, January 30, 2012

CVS Ad Scan Preview for the Week of 2/5/2012

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Here is the CVS ad scan preview for the week of February 5, 2012.  I will be putting up coupon match-ups for the 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

6 comments:

Christina C. said...

I have a Rain Check for (3) Scott's PT @ $5.00 ea. If I use it towards the deal next week, do you know if the 7.50 be used to add up to my $30, or will it only add $15 for 3 to my total amount? Might be a silly question, but you never know.

Thanks,

Cheryl said...

Christina, I am firm believer that there is no silly question when it comes to CVSing--it can be so confusing. It will only add up what you actually spend--what the price shows on the receipt.

Christina C. said...

That's what I figured. Might be able to finagle something for next week with the rain check though.

Anonymous said...

This Scott line-up is really poor: toilet paper: with 6-packs the price is approximately $0.33 per roll, with 20-packs the price is approximately $0.41 per roll, a 24% mark-up. Paper towels: with 8-packs the price is $0.50 per roll, with 6-packs the price is $0.38 per roll, a 32% mark-up. And there is no way to make round 30s without qualifying $1 items (Kleenex is perfect for that, especially combined with $1/4 or $1/3 Qs). I bought 40 of each and 100 tissue boxes in Nov with $1/1 Scott Qs for both).

Anonymous said...

100 boxes? Goodness that's a lot of tissue! That's the kind of stuff that gives couponers a bad name. CVS is not a good place to "stock up"...just saying.

Cheryl said...

Anon, many CVS shoppers ask the manager to pre-order so they can purchase a large quantity like that. I know not all do, but many do.