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CVS Deals Week of 10/5/08

by Tara Kuczykowski on October 4, 2008 · 8 comments

Looks like a great week at CVS! Get $58.19 worth of items FREE after coupons and ECBs (calculated based on sale prices)!!! Fingers crossed that Central Ohio gets the ad used for this preview tomorrow.

ECB Deals

::BUY Acensia Breeze Glucose Meter at $14.99, GET $10 ECBS (limit 1)::
$30/1 Breeze 2 or Contour Meter $30, exp. 3-31-09 (SS 6/1/08)
$30/1 Breeze 2 or Contour Meter From Bayer, exp. 3-31-09 (SS #2 3/16/08)
EARN $10 after coupon and ECBs!
(These make a wonderful donation to a local nursing home.)

::BUY Glaceau vitamin water (32-oz.) at $2.29, GET $2.29 ECBs (limit 1)::
FREE after ECBs!

::BUY Always Infinity Pads (14-18-ct.) at $4.98, GET $4.98 ECBs (limit 2)::
FREE after ECBs!

::BUY Bic Soleil Cartridges or Razor w/cart at $5.99, GET $4 ECBs (limit 5)::
$2/1 Bic Soleil, Soleil Twilight, or Soleil Citron Shaver, exp. 10-26-08 (SS 9/14/08)
$2/1 Bic Soleil or Refills printable
FREE after coupon and ECBs!

::BUY Colgate Max Fresh Beads or Scented Toothbrush at $2.99, GET $2 ECBs (limit 2)::
$1/1 Colgate Max Fresh Toothpaste, exp. 10-18-08 (SS 9/28/08)
$1/1 Colgate Max Fresh Toothpaste (4-oz. +), exp. 1/31/08 (CVS Beauty Handbook coupons)
FREE after coupon and ECBs!

::BUY Mennen Deodorant at $1.99 (excludes Men's 24/7), GET $1 ECB (limit 5)::
$0.50/2 Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick Antiperspirant/Deodorant, exp. 10-18-08 (SS 9/28/08)
2/$1.48 after coupon and ECBs!

::BUY Gillette Shampoo or Conditioner at $4.99, GET $1 ECB (limit 5)::
$2/1 Gillette Shampoo or Conditioner, exp. 10-31-08 (P&G 9/28/08)
$1.99 after coupon and ECB!

::BUY $20 Maalox at $5.49, GET $10 ECBs (limit 1)::
$2/1 Maalox Chewable, exp. 11-30-08 (SS 8/17/08)
$2/1 Maalox Liquid, exp. 11-30-08 (SS 8/17/08)
4/$3.96 after 4 coupons and ECBs!

Non-ECB Deals

Purex Laundry Detergent at $2.99
$0.50/1 Purex Laundry Detergent, any liquid or powder, exp. 10-31-08 (SS 8/10/08)
$2.49 after coupon!

Arm & Hammer Essentials at 2/$5
$1/1 Arm & Hammer printable
Try Me FREE Rebate
Moneymaker after coupon and MIR!

See all ECB deals for the week of 10/5/08-10/11/08 here.

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{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

1 mndpeters October 4, 2008 at 5:21 pm

is there a place to print "archived" Smart Source coupons? for instance, I don't have the coupons for the glucose meters. is there a place to print them online?

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2 mndpeters October 4, 2008 at 1:21 pm

is there a place to print "archived" Smart Source coupons? for instance, I don't have the coupons for the glucose meters. is there a place to print them online?

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3 Deal Seeking Mom October 4, 2008 at 5:34 pm

These SmartSource coupons are actually from Sunday inserts. The information in parentheses provides the insert and date it was in the paper. You can generally find them for purchase on ebay or a coupon clipping service.

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4 Deal Seeking Mom October 4, 2008 at 1:34 pm

These SmartSource coupons are actually from Sunday inserts. The information in parentheses provides the insert and date it was in the paper. You can generally find them for purchase on ebay or a coupon clipping service.

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5 liz October 5, 2008 at 3:05 am

I'm really glad you mentioned donating the glucose monitors. I hope that people who truly don't need them aren't hording them for some weird reason, selling them on ebay, or worse, tossing them out once they've turned their profit! Diabetic supplies are very expensive, and the new boxes of meters usually come with some test strips in them. Test strips normally run about $1 a strip, and a lot of diabetics test 2-3 times a day. That gets REALLY expensive quickly. Every little bit helps some one on a fixed income, (or my broke family, with 1 diabetic in it)!

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6 liz October 4, 2008 at 11:05 pm

I'm really glad you mentioned donating the glucose monitors. I hope that people who truly don't need them aren't hording them for some weird reason, selling them on ebay, or worse, tossing them out once they've turned their profit! Diabetic supplies are very expensive, and the new boxes of meters usually come with some test strips in them. Test strips normally run about $1 a strip, and a lot of diabetics test 2-3 times a day. That gets REALLY expensive quickly. Every little bit helps some one on a fixed income, (or my broke family, with 1 diabetic in it)!

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7 Deal Seeking Mom October 6, 2008 at 12:56 pm

Thanks, Liz. I totally agree with you. I don't know if it's like this everywhere, but around here they're usually dusty on top and look like they've been sitting on the shelf for ages, so I feel like it's a win-win-win. CVS gets rid of the merchandise, I get a few more ExtraBucks, and someone that really needs the glucose meter gets it for free!

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8 Deal Seeking Mom October 6, 2008 at 8:56 am

Thanks, Liz. I totally agree with you. I don't know if it's like this everywhere, but around here they're usually dusty on top and look like they've been sitting on the shelf for ages, so I feel like it's a win-win-win. CVS gets rid of the merchandise, I get a few more ExtraBucks, and someone that really needs the glucose meter gets it for free!

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