Monday, November 26, 2012

Share Your CVS Shopping Trip for the Weekly Ad of 11/25/2012

Did you pick up any good deals from the CVS Weekly Ad of 11/25?  We'd love to hear about your shopping trip.

If you blog about your shopping trip I'd love for you to put a link to your post (a link back would be appreciated, but is not necessary); and if you don't blog please leave a comment below letting us know what you got.  I really enjoy seeing what others get and it is a great way for new shoppers to learn how to CVS.  I learned from reading and reading and reading what others did. I am still learning!

If you have a shopping linky in your blog post and are linking up here, add "link up" to your title below so readers can link up at your blog, too.
    PLEASE NOTE:  ONLY link up to your CVS shopping post directly, all others will be removed.  I have had readers mention too many links are not to CVS shopping posts.

    3 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    I have just started CVSing! I spent $60 last month and got $18 in extra bucks. I went yesterday to stock up and try my hand at it again... This time after a ton of coupons I spent $26 and got $19 extra bucks (bought $60 worth before coupons) !!! I love it, and it's thanks to websites like this!!!

    Amie said...

    I really didn't need much this week, but I couldn't pass on stocking up on Kellogg's Fruit Loops. I used my Kellogg's Family Rewards points to get 10 $1.50 off coupons. The coupons limit 4 per shopping trip so...
    Trip 1
    1 Minute Maid Apple Juice boxes $3 on sale - no coupons, but I was on the way to a dr. app. and my sons were thirsty
    2 Apple Jax, 2 Fruit Loops (-4X1.50 off coupons)
    I used $4.99 ECB adjusted down and paid $0.30 on my Jingit card so my actual oop was $0.
    Trip 2
    4 Fruit Loops Cereal (-4X1.50 off coupons)
    I used $2 ECB which took me to -.04 before tax. I paid $0.20 oop.
    Trip 3
    2 Fruit Loops (-2X1.50 off)
    1.5 Liter Pepsi Max
    I used $1.50 ECBs and paid $0.62 oop.
    I paid 82 cents oop for 10 Kellogg's Cereal, 1.5 liter Pepsi, and Juice Boxes. Had I thought about it, I could have used my Jingit card and paid $0. I really don't mind spending $8.50 ECBs on items such as these. After the Black Friday sales, I was left with plenty of ECBs. I know I'll likely use a bunch on training pants soon, but I'm good with that. Thank you!

    Cheryl said...

    Great week, Amie. It's funny, often weeks I think there isn't much I need I end up with lots.