Monday, August 10, 2015

CVS Ad Scan Preview for the Week of 8/16/15

Here is the CVS Weekly Ad Scan Preview for August 16, 2015.  Lots of deals including back to school and candy!   Be sure to check back at Simply CVS later in the week for coupon match-ups and the best ECB deals and $5 & $10 Scenarios.  You can see if there are any printable coupons you'd like to print for items on sale at RedPlumSmartSource, or Coupons.  Remember, you can almost always print two of each coupon.

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Thanks to Didie at We Use Coupons for posting the CVS ad scan.

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Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this. I need to get this done before sunday. Thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

Thank u for uploading this. The Schick and Bic razors are buy 1 get 50% off. The cheapest BIC disposable is priced at $4.19 and if we buy 2 we can use 2 coupons 3$ off BIC. That should create a moneymaker. 4.19+ 2.10= 6.29$ - 8$ BIC coupons = $1.71 Moneymaker. Is that against CVS rules?

Sarah said...

You're welcome! Hope you're able to get it all organized! ~Sarah for SimplyCVS

Sarah said...

About the Schick & Bic deal. AS a rule at CVS, if manufacture coupons add up to more the the cost of the items they're on they will be modified down to just make it free, although sometimes the overage can go toward another item covered by the coupon (say you have a coupon for $2 off Item A and it's on sale for $1.50, I think you could use 3 coupons to pay for 4 item A's). In this case though, I don't think it'd be a moneymaker if the coupons are for $3 off each as my math came up with:
2 Razors = $6.29 (4.19+2.10)
- 2 Q's = $6.00 (2 x 3)
=$0.29 for two (if I'm figuring right, I don't have the coupons in front of me)

Hope that helps-makes sense! ~Sarah for Simply CVS