Friday, February 12, 2010

CVS Scenarios (2/14-2/20)

 

You can view the early ad courtesy of I Heart CVS.  You can view the coupon match up at Southern Savers.  To learn how to work the CVS deals to your best advantage, please visit Lissa at Saving Your Cents to view her CVS 101 Tutorial.

I'm starting out this shopping week with $4 ECBs from last week's shopping trip.

Here's what I'm planning to do:

1st order:
Aussie Shampoo $2.99 (limit 1)
Crest Pro-Health product $3.50 (limit 2)
Aussie Conditioner $2.99
Filler $1.00
- $1 Aussie coupon 2/14 RP
- BOGO Free Aussie Coupon 2/7 P&G It's for Herbal Essence :(
- $2 Crest coupon 2/7 P&G
- $4 ECB from last week
= $.49 OOP plus tax, receive $2 ECB (Aussie) and $3.50 ECB (Crest)

2nd order:
Crest Pro-Health product $3.50 (limit 2)
Colgate Total $2.99 (limit 1)
Aussie Conditioner $2.99 (will not receive ECB since limit is 1)
1 Filler $.33 each
1 Filler $.33 each
- $2 Crest coupon 2/7 P&G
- $1 Colgate coupon All You Magazine January issue
- $2 ECB from 1st order
- $3.50 ECB from 1st order
- $1 Aussie coupon 2/14 RP
= $.64 OOP plus tax, receive $3.50 ECB (Crest), $2 ECB (Colgate)

3rd order:
2 Cover Girl Face Powder $6 each
2 Fillers $.33 each or less
- BOGO Cover Girl Face coupon 2/7 P&G
- $1 Cover Girl Face coupon 2/7 P&G
- $3.50 ECB from 2nd order
- $2 ECB from 2nd order
= $.16 OOP plus tax, receive $5 ECB (Cover Girl) for next week

Visit Deal Seeking Mom or Money Saving Mom for more scenarios!

Enjoy!

2 comments:

Miriam said...

This is great :) I have some ECB's that I need to use next week and while mine are $6.50, it's close enough that I can easily do your scenarios and roll them. Woot!

lorre said...

I did pretty close to the same scenario as you suggested and made a video. I wish I had read your article first. I could have saved some more money.

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