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What I Got at CVS This Week!

It's been a busy week for me this week, so I didn't get around to posting my CVS scenarios here. Sorry about that! I made up my scenarios early in the week, but because my week was so busy, I decided to skip the deals this week to save me the stress of having to work a CVS trip into my already busy schedule, especially considering I have quite a stockpile of Body Wash and toothpaste already.
But last night I realized I was low on diapers, and needed to pick up some more, and remembered the deal on Huggies boxes at CVS this week, so I decided if I had to go for diapers anyways, I might as well get the rest of my deals too.



I paid $8.64 total for everything pictured above.
I bought the 6 packages of Pampers baby wipes and the 2 Skinny Cow ice cream cups at Walmart. The wipes are regularly priced at $1.97, making the six packages free after 6 $2/1 coupons from the 6/6 newspaper. The Skinny Cow cups are regularly prices at $1.22, making them only $0.22 each after 2 of the $1/1 printables that were available online recently.

Everything else pictured was bought in 3 transactions at CVS. AND, I went in to the store with NO ECBs to spend towards my scenarios, so I was very pleased at my low total for everything I bought, and I left the store with $11 ECBs for next week!

First thing I did when I got to the store was scan my card for coupons at the Coupon Center machine. I was very happy to receive a free $2 ECB for recently joining the ExtraCare Advantage program. If you haven't signed your card up for this program yet, you should! It's quick and easy to do online, and you may get rewarded with extra ECB rewards from time to time!


Ok, so, here are the scenarios I did at CVS this week:

Transaction 1:

$7, Olay Total Effects Body Wash*
$7, Olay Total Effects Body Wash* (will earn ECBs in next order)
$1.49 Dove bar soap
$1.49 Dove bar soap
$2.99, Colgate Total Advanced Whitening (earns $2 ECBs, limit 2)
$2.97 3 Powerbar Pure and Simple bars ($0.99 each, earns $2.97ECBs)

$22.94 before coupons

-$5/$15 CVS coupon (I got this Grand Opening coupon in the mail)
-$8, two $4/1 Olay TE Body Wash (from 6/6 P&G)
-$2.98, two "Buy Olay TE Body Wash, get Dove soap free" (from 6/6 P&G)
-$0.75/1 Colgate Total Advanced printable
-$1/1 Colgate Total Advanced CVS printable
-$2 ECB from coupon printer

$3.21 +tax after coupons, earns $4.97 ECBs


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Transaction 2

$7, Olay Total Effects Body Wash*
$7, Olay Total Effects Body Wash* (earns $7 ECBs wys $27)
$1.49 Dove bar soap
$1.49 Dove bar soap
$2.99 Colgate Total Advanced (earns $2 ECBs)
$3 Gold Emblem cookies

$22.97 before coupons

-$4/$20 CVS print
-$2.97 ECBs (from last order)
-$8, two $4/1 Olay TE Body Wash (from 6/6 P&G)
-$2.98, two "Buy Olay TE Body Wash, get Dove soap free" (from 6/6 P&G)
-$0.75/1 Colgate Total Advanced printable
-$1/1 Colgate Total Advanced CVS printable
-$3, Free CVS Brand product, max value $3 (got this in a Grand Opening mailer, used for the Gold Emblem cookies)

$0.27+tax, earns $9 ECBs
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Transaction 3

$19.99 Huggies diaper box
-$4/$20 CVS coupon
-$3/1 Huggies print
-$1/1 Huggies CVS print (this is no longer available, but I printed a bunch of them earlier this month because they had a long expiration date)
-$11 ECBs from previous order

$0.99 oop, earns $10 ECBs
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*You'll notice in my picture that I didn't get the Total Effects body wash as planned, because they were out of stock at my store. The manager let me substitute the Age Defying and Moisture varieties, because they were the same price. The $4/1 coupons scanned fine for these, but no ECBs printed. The manager manually printed my $7 ECBs, since I had spent the required $27 to earn the ECBs, and since they were out of stock of the Total Effects variety! :)

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