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CVS: FREE Sobe Lifewater Next Week

by Barbara @ ClipperGirl's Savings Spot on July 25, 2010 · 24 comments

CVS will have Sobe Lifewater on BOGO again starting 8/1. Be sure to play the Sobe Heads or Tails game to get FREE BOGO coupons!

Barbara from ClipperGirl's Saving Spot is the Deal Seeking Mom Store Expert for CVS. At ClipperGirl's Saving Spot, she saves her readers time and money by finding rock bottom prices on items that they use every day.

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1 Renee July 25, 2010 at 8:18 pm

So, since the sale is BOGO, and I have a coupon for BOGO, then it makes both Sobe's free?


2 Courtney July 25, 2010 at 8:22 pm

@ Renee , YES! i get excited about the BOGO Sobe sales! heheh


3 Sadie July 25, 2010 at 8:59 pm

You do have to pay sales tax.
I think I paid .34 for 6 last time CVS did this deal. ( Ohio tax. )


4 janelle July 25, 2010 at 9:11 pm

I was sooo upset today when I tried to get my sobe from last time they had the b1g1 free sale. I had a rain check for them. They told me I had to buy 3 adn get one free is how the coupon isworking. That they will NOT allow a b1g1 couoon on a B1g1 sale anymore per corp. I was soo upset. I will be calling CVS about it!


5 Jennifer D July 26, 2010 at 2:06 pm

I had a problem just getting them to accept the coupons. They flat out told me that they were fraudulant and wouldn't accept them. I explained that I got them from the Sobe website but got no where. I emailed corporate and here's the response I got:

Please accept my apology for the problem you experienced with your Sobe coupons during your recent visit. There is an issue with fraudulent coupons. I did contact the NC CVS/pharmacy and spoke with the Store Manager. I've provided him with the information that will determine whether the coupon is fraudulent or not. He had stated that you are more than welcome to return back to the store and they will accept your legitimate coupon(s). We do apologize for the inconvenience that this has caused you.

Again, we appreciate the fact that you have taken the time to inform us of your concerns and have given us the opportunity to address them. CVS has a commitment to service. Each customer is valued, and we thank you for bringing this to our attention. Should you have any additional concerns, please feel free to contact me.


Customer Relations Representative

So it doesn't look like corporate is making that call re the BOGO...


6 Karen July 25, 2010 at 9:41 pm

Whoa! I hope that was just the store you were in and not the real corporate policy....let us know what you find out .....


7 Jessica July 25, 2010 at 10:03 pm

Yeah, I had a rain check here too (in Las Vegas) and when I tried to use it my store said that they won't allow the free Sobe anymore either. They said that the B1G1 will change the price to 1/2 off each then I'd get 1 free with the coupon. So here I'd have to pay .80 for 2.


8 amanda July 25, 2010 at 10:51 pm

Yay! I was wondering what I was going to do with the 30 coupons that I have left. I LOVE the Kiwi strawberry and I was shocked because it isn't normally a flavor that I like much.


9 Cheryl July 25, 2010 at 10:57 pm

Thanks for the heads up; I was going to use them all up these week since they are only .88cents.
here is hoping that they still let us use the B1G1 q's


10 Robin July 26, 2010 at 9:18 am

You can get free SoBe THIS week at Target. They're on sale for $1 each, use two .50/1 SoBe Lifewater Target q's (one for each) and then the BOGO from the game. Both will be free! I got 6 yesterday to send to work with my hubby!


11 Jean July 26, 2010 at 9:37 am

Last month when CVS had the but 1 get 1 free, they only had a few left. So, I asked the cashier if she had any more. She went to check and asked how many I wanted. I asked how many I could get. She came out with 2 cases. I got 2 cases for free. I expected to pay tax, but she said that my total was zero. I'll check it out next week as I still have coupons left. :)


12 Anne July 26, 2010 at 9:51 am

I need to count my coupons. I have a ton of them. LOL


13 Wyndi July 26, 2010 at 10:56 am

I'm new to couponing. I've been stocking up on the SOBE coupons so I would be prepared when they went on sale again. How many coupons can I use at one time? On the face of the coupon it says you can use only one coupon per purchase. Does that mean I have to buy 2, seperate transaction another 2, so on? There is only one CVS in my town so I'm a little paranoid about how this works. Half tempted to drive to the next biggest city so I can hit several stores at once (lame I know! LOL!!)



14 sand July 26, 2010 at 8:20 pm

i live in the state of NY. went to Target last week & i had 2 buy 1 get 1 free & 2 target printable for -.50. well target would NOT accept the buy 1 get 1 free & they would only accept 1 target printable !


15 Renee July 26, 2010 at 10:08 pm

@ Courtney, Thank you SO much!!! Now I'm excited and can't wait!!! =)


16 Marc H. July 27, 2010 at 4:49 am

Target's policy is to accept one manufacturer and one Target coupon per ITEM purchased. One bottle of SoBe = one purchase. As for the Target 50 cent SoBe coupon, it reads one per TRANSACTION (as did the previous one which expired 7/24). I've seen this debated for months on another site. A transaction is defined (and I've spoken to someone at the corporate customer service # a few months ago) as one complete purchase from the time they ring up your items to the time the receipt prints out. According to Target's own coupon, you should only be allowed to use ONE 50 cent Target coupon along with as many manufacturer coupons as you want for the B1G1. So 2 bottles at $1.00 each = $2.00 - $1.00 for B1G1 - 50 cents Target coupon = 50 cents for 2 bottles. YMMV depending on cashier/manager/store but if you're told LIMIT ONE Target coupon per transaction, you can't really argue with them. Hope this helps.


17 rahlquist July 28, 2010 at 8:38 am

Perhaps someone should get an Official corporate comment before the sale?


18 Erin July 28, 2010 at 1:44 pm

I've been able to print the coupon twice, once per day from the Heads or Tails Game - as long as I keep the 'Winners' page open - I now have a total of 6 coupons!


19 Heidi July 30, 2010 at 12:03 am

So, if I have 10 B1G1 free coupons and I use them nuxt week how may bottles will I beable to get? I am unsure do i get 4 per coupon if they are B1G1 and I have coupons that are B1G1?

CVS B1G1 + Coupon B1G1 = 4 this correct?


20 ClipperGirl July 30, 2010 at 7:53 am

Heidi. CVS B1G1 + Coupon B1G1 means Two Free. I wish it was four. Basically your coupon is "buying" one of the bottles. So with 10 coupons, you will get 20 FREE bottles


21 Heidi July 30, 2010 at 2:44 pm

Ok thanks, I love my cvs the manager there will tell you how to use the coupons to get the most money off. plus she will order more of an item if you have lots of coupons for it!


22 Carol August 1, 2010 at 8:38 pm

Hi Went my regular CVS in Waterford,Mi.and did not have the most pleasant experience.They were trying to make us buy one,get one free and saying they are really cracking down. After much discussion the woman agreed to except our coupons this time and we got all our SOBE for free.I am not sure what the problem was, it was very embarassing and took the enjoyment out of couponing. These were coupons printed right from the website.


23 T.J. August 2, 2010 at 7:18 pm

Thanks for the great tips. I think I have gotten over 100 free sobies during the last campaign and the current one. My kids are really enjoying such a great treat during these hot AZ summer months! Thanks again for all of your hard work it takes to let us know about all of these great deals.


24 julie September 4, 2010 at 6:31 pm

I'd use my target coupons if someone hadn't pinched all my target coupons from my purse...I was so mad about this. I had them in a zip lock bag ready to use them, and someone just lifted them....its crazy.


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