I had a pretty good time at CVS. Something weird happened to the toothpaste I bought, and I’ll have to look into that.
Still, I only spent $0.43 out of pocket.
Here’s what I bought:
- -Charmin basic 12 big rolls $4.97-$0.25 coupon= 4.72
- -8 bottles of Fruit 2 O. They were on sale for $1.09 and buy one get one free. I had four $1 off two coupons, so that took it from $4.36 to $0.36. I got all eight bottles for about $0.05 each. The coupons are in the back of the “Managing & Preventing Diabetes” booklet found near the pharmacy, by the way. Oh, and the coupons gave the cashier a little bit of trouble. She had to key in two of them. Dunno. I’m glad she was nice.
- -CVS cotton swabs, 500-count. I bought two of these at $3.19 each. Each box gave a $2 ECB.
- -Degree Clinical Protection deodorant. Regular $9.99, I used a $2 off coupon=$7.99. It generated a $5 ECB.
- -Two tubes of Colgate Total toothpaste, 6 oz. Price was $2.99 each. I had two $1.50 coupons (again, in that diabetes booklet). I thought when I bought two of those, I would get $2 ECB. There was a sign right there that said so. But, no ECB. Does anyone know what happened? I don’t.
I used the $2 off $10 printable coupon first.
Then, I gave the cashier my manufacturer and store coupons.
Finally, I gave her my $20 ECB from that glucose monitor.
Final price: $0.43. It generated $9 ECB for next time.
If I had no coupons and no extra care bucks, I would have spent $36.04 for all of that.
What did you buy at CVS this week?