Monday, November 17, 2008

Show & Tell: November 17

CVS

This is a GREAT week at CVS. So far, I’ve done three transactions.



Transaction #1:

L’Oreal Age Perfect Pro-Calcium Tinted Moisturizer
$15.99 Sale Price
Used $1 off L’Oreal Moisturizer
Earns $15.99 ECB

Zantrex 3 Energy Shot 2-pack
$4.99
No coupon
Earns $4.99 ECB

(2) Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste
$3.49 each
Used (2) $1 off Crest
Earns $3.49 ECB each

Also used $5/$25 CVS coupon (from previous receipt)
Used $10.59 ECB’s

$2.76 OOP
$27.96 ECB’s earned



Transaction #2:

Duracell AA 16-pk
$9.99
Used .75 coupon

Duracell AAA 16-pk
$9.99
Used .75 coupon

Duracell AA Power Pix 4-pk
$5.99
Used $1 peelie on pack

Also used $5/$25 CVS coupon (from previous receipt)
Used $15.99 ECB’s

$2.83 OOP
$15 ECB earned for purchasing $20 of Duracell products

Transaction #3:

Duracell AA 16-pk
$9.99
Used .75 coupon

Duracell AA Power Pix 4-pk
$5.99
Used $1 peelie on pack

(4) Glade Glass Scents
$2.50 each
Used (2) B1G1 Free coupons

Hershey Bar
.50
No coupon, just cravings and fillers

Also used $5/$25 CVS coupon (from previous receipt)
Used $15 ECB’s

.18 OOP
$15 ECB earned for purchasing $20 of Duracell products

Couple of additional notes:

If you’re a local looking for the Crest Pro-Health Whitening Toothpaste (4.2 oz.), the Pear Orchard Road location still had a bunch on an end cap yesterday. The limit on this is rumored to be 4 even though the Monthly Value Book states 2. I have bought two, and my receipt still shows I’m eligible for more.

The Glade and Duracell deals compile totals from transaction to transaction. This helps if one store has half of what you need and another store has the rest. Check your receipt for your balance.

Walgreens

We totally won't use this, but it was a $9 moneymaker.

Just For Men Hair Color
$6.99
Used $2 printable
Earned $7 RR

Used $4.57 Gift Card
.91 OOP

Will get back rebate here

3 comments:

alanajo said...

Good job!!

winstead family said...

HOW do you DO IT!?!?!?! my brain can't even think that way! wow

Mary said...

I am at a total loss here. I have only shopped at CVS one time in the last year and it was only because I was driving by one and needed some Advil, but I got an email asking me to do a survey and I'd get $10 in ECB's. Now I don't have a clue what to do with them. Do I just go buy stuff I need or stuff on sale, you seem to roll those things so you always have more ECB's coming in. I'd welcome any help.

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