Monday, May 19, 2014

My $5 CVSing for Charity Trip Shopping list for Week of 5/18/2014


This looks like a slow week for my shopping for sharing with others.  I actually am not going to be doing any extra buck deals, so will just have one transaction and get less than usual for my $5, but still some great things to share with others.  My husband and Sarah both printed the Tic Tac coupons so with the two I printed I will be able to get six of those -- some will go to my Operation Christmas Child and some will be sent to my nephew to share with the sailors deployed with him.

Here's my $5 CVSing for Charity Challenge Shopping List for the CVS weekly ad of  May 18, 2014.

Total Sale Price of Products:  $ 13.19

Total Cost (excludes tax):  Approx. $ 5.17

2 -- Right Guard deodorant B1G1 FREE -- I am seeing the price on CVS.com at $4.59.
Use 2 -- $1.50/1 Right Guard Total Defense 5 or Xtreme Product (RP 04/27/14)
$2 off any Right Guard CVS Scanner Coupon (Editing to add this coupon I just found in my CVSing file--depending on the price at my store this may be reduced)

4 -- Kraft Mac & Cheese 2.05-7.25oz 99¢

6 -- Tic Tac Singles 77¢ -- I'll use this printable coupon and pay just $.27 each:
Save $1.00 off When You Buy Any TWO (2) Single Packs (60 ct.) of Tic Tac® mints

The two match-up posts here at Simply CVS I use most to find the best
deals for my charity shopping are:
These help me spread my $5 further.

My $5 CVSing for Charity Challenge is much like my $50 CVS Gift Card Challenge, but with a bit of different twist.  I will be budgeting $5 each week total for shopping at CVS for items to donate to local or global charities.  I will be emphasizing food as much as possible, as I often get free health & beauty items already.
            





About my Charity Chest:  One of my favorite things about deal shopping is having more to share with others.  Not only can I get great things with coupons and CVS extra bucks, but by saving on my own budget I have more cash to share, too.  So whenever I can get a fantastic deal on an item that my family does not need I pick it up and tuck it away in my Charity Chest until I find someone who needs it.   Another way I have more to give is by earning free CVS gift cards thru Swagbucks.  I have been able to give thru local charities and my own church as well as thru national ministries like Operation Christmas Child.

Disclosure: Links in this post may be Simply CVS affiliate partners or personal referral links.

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