When I was writing up the CVS and Walgreens deals last week, I have to admit that I didn’t think there was much I wanted to buy. Then I went away on a little family vacation to a water park (did you notice my random posting times? LOL) and came back yesterday to look at the lists with fresh eyes. I was wrong! There were a bunch of great deals! Here’s what I did:
3 Bic Brite Liner Highlighters $.79 w/in-ad coupon (Gave $1 coupons from 8/4 SS FIRST)
4 Nestle Girl Scout Cookie Candy Bars 2/$1 w/in-ad coupon (Used B3G1 from 8/4 SS)
Final Price: .37 plus tax
2 Infusium 2/$10 (Used 2 $2 from 8/18 SS)
2 CVS Body Wash 12 oz 2/$4 (Used $2/2 from Red Instant Coupon Machine)
1 Always Radiant (I thought!) $6.99 (Used $2 from 7/28 P&G)
Also used $11 ECB from last week
Paid $1.99 plus tax, Got $7 ECB
Final Price: $5.99 plus tax
My intention is to go back to CVS every day to get the $2/2 Body Wash coupon and ultimately get the $10 ECB from that deal (making 10 Free Body Washes!), so that would leave me paying only $4.36 plus tax for everything above.
I had also planned to pick up the Gillette Moneymaker at CVS, but the Disposables didn’t appear to be included in the deal even though the ad indicated “ALL.” Be sure to check your store before purchasing!
One more thing to note! I didn’t realize that I picked up the wrong Always package until I took this picture! The $2 coupon is good on the Radiant, NOT the regular Always. I will be going back to the store tomorrow (for my body wash) and exchanging this for the correct Always. It was completely unintentional and I can’t believe I did that! Please don’t do what I did. This is coupon fraud and I would not want to be the reason for you committing this or any other crime! Like I said, I will be going back to correct the situation tomorrow!