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CVS July Monthly ECB Deals

by Barbara @ ClipperGirl's Savings Spot on July 7, 2011 · 7 comments

Here are the best of July's monthly deals, including great deals on Lumene, Garnier Fructis and John Frieda products!

Lumene Products
Get $5 ECBs wyb $20 (Limit 4)
$4/1 Lumene Product, exp. 8/15/11 (SS 06/19/11 R)

Suggested Scenario

Buy (5) Lumene Day Creams  (.5 oz) at $3.99
Use (5) $4/1 Lumene Product, exp. 8/15/11 (SS 06/19/11 R)
Better than FREE after coupons and ECBs!

Garnier Fructis Hair Care Products
Get $5 ECBs wyb $15 (Limit 1)
--Shampoo, Conditioner, Stylers, 3/$10 (Regular Price $3.99)
--Garnier Nutrisse Hair Color, $7 (Regular Price $8.49)
$1/1 Garnier Fructis Shampoo or Conditioner printable
$1/1 Garnier Fructis Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment, exp. 9/5/11 (RP 06/05/11)
$1/1 Select Garnier Fructis Items, exp. 8/1/11 (RP 05/01/11)
$1/1 Garnier Fructis Style Product, exp. 8/1/11 (RP 05/01/11)
$2/1 Garnier Nutrisse Shade or Multi-Lights, exp. 7/10 (RP 04/10/11)
$2/1 Garnier Nutrisse Shade or Multi-Lights Kit, exp. 8/1/11 (RP 05/01/11)
$2/1 Garnier Nutrisse Shade or Multi-Lights Kit, exp. 8/1 (SS 5/8/11)

Suggested Scenario

Buy (3) Garnier Shampoo, Conditioner or Stylers at 3/$10
Buy (1) Garnier Nutrisse Hair Color at $7
Use (3) $1/1 Garnier Fructis Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment, exp. 9/5/11 (RP 06/05/11)
Use (1) $2/1 Garnier Nutrisse Shade or Multi-Lights Kit, exp. 8/1 (SS 5/8/11)
$1.75 ea. after coupons and ECBs!

John Frieda Products
Get $10 ECBs wyb $20 (Limit 1)
--John Frieda Shampoo, Conditioner, Stylers, $6.99
$2/1 John Frieda Product, exp. 7/31/11 (SS 06/05/11)
$1/1 Select John Frieda Products, exp. 12/31 (Hangtag)
--John Frieda Full Repair Products, psa $6.99
$5/1 John Frieda Full Repair Treatment, Styler or Finisher, exp. 7/31/11 (SS 06/05/11 R)
$1/1 John Frieda Full Repair Shampoo/Conditioner, exp. 7/31 (Hangtag)
$2/1 John Frieda Full Repair Styler, exp. 7/31/11 (Hangtag)

Suggested Scenario

Buy (3) John Frieda Full Repair Body Shampoos at $6.99
Use (3) $5/1 John Frieda Full Repair Treatment, Styler or Finisher, exp. 7/31/11 (SS 06/05/11 R)
Better than FREE after coupons and ECBs!

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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 Amber Justice July 8, 2011 at 4:02 pm

I'm confused on the Lumene deal. You suggest buying (5) day creams @ $3.99 ea. The total before coupons for this is $19.95. The ECB deal states you must buy $20 of Lumene products to get the $5 ECBs, so technically this deal is short by $0.05. Will this deal still work even though the total is slightly below $20? Will the cashier need to adjust the total somehow? Is there something in the coupon policy I'm missing or that I should take to the store to make sure I get this deal? I've just recently started working the drug stores so I need help with this one! ;)

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2 Amber Justice July 8, 2011 at 4:06 pm

Oh....wait. Would the sales tax on this transaction count as making the total above the $20 ECB deal amount? Or does sales tax not count toward the totals for the ECB deals? Please help.

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3 gurty72 July 8, 2011 at 9:26 pm

I went and got my Lumene today. But, boy, what a mess it ended up being. It is a limit of 1 per household (card). So I went to the register thinking it was a limit of 4 as stated above. So then I had to divide it into 2 different transactions (because I happen to have 2 different CVS cards). And I did get $10 back which was really good. But I felt like I was holding everyone up unnecessarily.
All was good and the boy helping me was incredibly positive and kind, which made for a pleasant ending.

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4 gurty72 July 8, 2011 at 9:30 pm

**AMBER JUSTICE**
The subtotal (before tax) must be over the $20 mark. So I mixed the towelettes and the creams (because they are 2 different prices) and got it to equal $20 without going way over. Plus I used a $4 off coupon with each item and ALL ended up free. Take note, though, that the limit per household on this deal is 1, not 4. Unless, it's different where you are. But for me it was a limit of 1. So I used both my CVS cards and got back $5 for each transaction ...
I hope that helped.

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5 Cheryll July 18, 2011 at 4:04 pm

**Gurty72 **
I don't understand what limit 1 is. Limit 1 ECB per hoursehold? Limit 1 item per transaction? How does using 2 cvs cards comply with the limit 1 rule? Sorry, I'm new to this couponing thing.

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6 Sharie July 8, 2011 at 9:32 pm

Some stores aren't letting you use the $5 off of John Frieda for shampoo or conditioner. It has to be a "styler" like mousse or spray.

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7 Nazy July 9, 2011 at 11:44 am

Is JF foaming hair color included in this deal?

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