Monday, June 9, 2014

Variety of Needs Filled in My CVS Deal Shopping List for the Week of 6/8/2014


My CVS deals shopping list for the weekly ad of June 8, 2014 has some necessities at great prices.  My elderly mother lives with us and we do all of her shopping for her.  We try hard to find her deals, and this week CVS came thru big time.  She drinks Boost each day so the current extra buck deal combined with manufacturer coupons and a CVS scanner coupon makes for a great buy!  I'll pay just $12 for three six-packs and get $5 back. It will use up some of my extra bucks, but the per pack price is worth it.  I'll also be picking up the free Tena deal for her.

A special couple at our church will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary so I will be taking advantage of the Hallmark card deal while choosing a very special card for them.  It takes $10 of cards to get the $3 back, but I figure their card will take a good bit of that and I'll throw in two more lesser priced cards to get up to the $10 and use the $2/3 CVS coupon.  And again, some of my extra bucks will get used up on this deal.

A shopping list for CVS is more of a battle plan, once you are in the store you never know what will happen. You may get a good scanner coupon, they may be out of products or any number of things can go wrong.  But I always make a plan...and "I love it when a plan comes together"...but there are times when I am reminded that CVS shopping is often either "The Thrill of Victory and the Agony of Defeat."

Beginning Extra Bucks:  $17 [$5, $3, $4 from earlier weeks, and new $5 pharmacy/health program]

Ending Extra Bucks:  $8 [$4, $4]

Transaction #1:
Buy:  1 -- Tena pads 10-30 ct. or liners 26 ct. $3.50
Use:  1 -- $1/1 Any Tena Product PRINTABLE
Cost:  $2.50  (Get $2.50 ECB )

$2.00 off multipack or canister of BOOST DrinkBuy:  3 -- Boost Regular or high protein 6 pk. 3/$22
Use:  3 -- of these $2/1 Boost Printable
Use:  $4/20 Nutritional drinks or bars CVS Scanner coupon
Cost:  $12 [get $5 ECB]

Sub-total:  $ 14.50

Pay with:  $5, $5 & $4 extra bucks  & a CVS Gift Card I earned from Swagbucks will pay the tax and any over the extra buck amount.

Transaction #2:

I have a 25% off non-sale priced CVS email coupon.  These never seem to work out the way I think they should so I have no certain idea what it will take off but I noted on each item what I expect.

Buy 2 -- Ban Total Refresh Cooling Body cloths (approx. $3.59 each--should get 25% for email coupon) Get $4 Extra Bucks [this is a monthly deal with a limit of 6]
Use 2 -- $2/1 Ban total refresh cooling body cloths, 10 ct. (SS 6/1)
Cost:  Approx. $3.18 [less 25% or $1.79 -- $1.39] (will get $4 extra bucks back)


Buy:  2 -- CVS 50 count cotton swabs @ $.99 each less 25% CVS coupon = $1.50
Use:  1 -- $1.50 off two (2) CVS Brand Cotton or Nail Polish Removers scanner coupon
Cost:  Free

$3.00 off 2 ARM & HAMMER™ Laundry Detergents
Buy:  2 -- Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent @ B1G1 Free approx. $7.49 (not sure of our store's price)
Use:  1 -- of these printable coupons  
Cost:  approx.  $4.49

Buy:  3 or more -- Hallmark Cards to equal $10 (should get 25% off = $7.50 sub total)
Use:  1 -- of these printable coupons:  $2/3 Hallmark Cards $1.99 & up CVS  EDITING:  Sarah noticed this coupon says it cannot be combined with other CVS coupons, so I will be replacing it with a $1.50/3 Hallmark CVS scanner coupon I have.
Cost:  approx.  $5.50 (will get back $3 ECB)

Rainchecks to possibly use:

6 -- Gelusil chewable tablets 20 ct. $2 (for my mom)
Use 2 -- $2 off One (1) Gelusil Antacid & Antigas product, tablet or liquid Printable coupons
Use 4 -- $2/1 Gelusil (RP 6/1)
Cost:  Free


Approximate sub-total:  $ 11.38

Pay with:  $ 10.50 Extra Bucks [$3.00 left from last week and $2.50 and $5.00 from first transaction] 
& a CVS Gift Card I earned from Swagbucks will pay the tax and any over the extra buck amount.

Transaction #3:

Buy 2 -- Ban Total Refresh Cooling Body cloths Get $4 Extra Bucks [this is a monthly deal with a limit of 6]
Use 2 -- $2/1 Ban total refresh cooling body cloths, 10 ct. (SS 6/1)
Cost:  Approx. $3.18 (will get $4 extra bucks back)

Pay with:  $ 3.00 Extra Bucks  from last transaction & a CVS Gift Card I earned from Swagbucks will pay the tax and any over the extra buck amount.

Ending Extra Bucks: $4, $4 = $8 Total


I also have a $3/1 Revlon CVS coupon and a $4/1 Almay Manufacturer coupon -- I'll see if there is any clearance they will work on.

I shop on Tuesdays and wait until Monday to make my list to see what coupons I get.  I buy two papers and often receive extras from gals who work with my husband.

What's on your CVS shopping list this week?  If you don't have one yet, check out Sarah's $5 & $10 out of pocket CVS scenarios for the weekly ad of 6/8 for some ideas.


You can easily find all of the current CVS deals by clicking the corresponding week's tab under the Simply CVS banner above.

I'll be posting my actual shopping trip Tuesday afternoon which will include a linky for you all to share your shopping trip posts in or leave a comment letting us know what deals you got.  You can also check out these past CVS shopping trips if you'd like to.

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

2 comments:

Wendy said...

I heard that it might be cheaper to buy the arm & hammer at Stop & Shop if you have one close to you. I bought mine at CVS but I had ecb's and my 25% off with the $3 off coupon along with cvs squeeze tube sunscreen $2.99 , $10 in father's day cards (with one free), honey bunches of oats ($1 off coupon) and 1 Almay lip gloss $4 coupon - I paid 18 cents! I would love for CVS to install a bell for us couponers! :)

Cheryl said...

No Stop & Shop here. And like you, using my extra bucks really comes out less cash out of pocket. I have a 25% off coupon and never have them--anxious to see how that works on my trip. You had a great trip! Thanks for sharing.