If your family is sick or if you’re out of Tylenol, you might be interested in this deal.
In the Valassis coupon insert (it will be in your Sunday paper on Dec. 16), you’ll see information about a $5 rebate plus a bunch of Tylenol coupons.
I have several $1 off coupons for various qualifying products that came in recent inserts. Some expire on Sunday, so be sure to check yours.
Here’s the rebate form.
The terms state that you’ll get a $5 rebate when you buy any three of the Tylenol, St. Joseph, Immodium, Pepcid, Mylanta, or Motrin products listed.The rebate excludes trial sizes, so I’d skip using the Tylenol vial 10-count at CVS for this deal, just in case.
- Go here to print more $1 off Tylenol coupons.
- Go here to print $1 off Pepcid coupons.
- Go here to print $1 off Motrin coupons.
- Go here to print $3 off Mylanta coupons.
- Go here for a $5 off Imodium EZ chews coupon, or other $1 off coupons.
Anyway, here’s a scenario if you want to go to CVS, get three qualifying products:
- Buy Tylenol Sinus Congestion & Pain 24-count at $5.99 (that’s what my CVS ad says). Use $1 off manufacturer’s coupon in Sunday’s paper, so that becomes $4.99 out of pocket.
- Buy Tylenol Extra Strength 24-count at $4.99 (that’s how much it says it is on CVS.com; store prices may vary). Use a $1 off coupon to bring it to $3.99.
- Motrin IB-24 count is $4.39, according to the CVS web site. Use a $1 off coupon to bring it to $3.39.
Your total could be as little as $10.17 (if you buy all Motrin’s with coupon) or possibly more or less, depending on your coupons and your store prices.
Use this $2 off $10 printable coupon to cut (the three Motrins) to $8.17 out of pocket.
Cut out your UPC labels, print off the rebate form and send in your receipts, and you’ll get $5 back, making it $3 (or so) out of pocket for three items.
Depending on your coupons and the items you purchase, you could be getting a great deal.
Let us know if you try it, and how much everything cost.