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CVS: Mid-Week Madness Coupons

by Barbara @ ClipperGirl's Savings Spot on June 16, 2010 · 5 comments

Be sure to take a good look at today's paper before tossing it in the recycling bin. Many areas are getting CVS ads entitled Midweek Madness. The ad includes the following CVS coupons which expire on June 19:

  • Free Pepsi 12 pk with Any $20 Purchase @ CVS
  • $5/$15 Cosmetic, Skin, Hair or Fragrance Purchase @ CVS
  • $5/$10 Summer Seasonal Purchase  @ CVS

Use these coupons to make some of this week's ECB deals even better:

Adult or Children's Sunglasses, psa $5.99
Get $10 wyb 2 (Limit 2)
$5/$10 Summer Seasonal Purchase @ CVS, exp. 6/19
Better than FREE after coupon and ECB!

Neutrogena Suncare or Sunless Tanning Products, psa $9.99
Get $10 wyb 2 (Limit 1)
$2/1 Neutrogena Suncare Product printable
$5/$15 Cosmetic, Skin, Hair or Fragrance Purchase @ CVS, exp. 6/19
$0.49 ea. after coupons and ECBs!

Lumene Lift Touch Rejuvenating Toner, $10.99
Get $5 wyb $20 (Limit 1)
$5/$15 Cosmetic, Skin, Hair or Fragrance Purchase @ CVS, exp. 6/19
$5.99 ea. wyb 2 after coupon and ECBs!

Do you have any other scenarios for these 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.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Liz June 16, 2010 at 7:00 pm

boo.. wish i had known or I would've bought a paper today!


2 Jessie June 16, 2010 at 8:13 pm

I found a whole shelf of old style Pantene bottles on clearance at 50% off at my CVS today - making room for the new look, I suppose.


3 Amber June 16, 2010 at 10:04 pm

My CVS had gillette fusion razors on clearnce for $2.49. Used the $4 coupon to score free razors that came with a AAA battery in each pack.


4 sheila June 17, 2010 at 9:25 am

the clearance Pantene does NOT print bucks back, they are 2.49 each. I was dissappointed by this.


5 Sugar June 17, 2010 at 2:26 pm

Heads up everyone, the $5 off $15 is refused for "suncare" items... mgr at my store refused it, and I called up Corp. Apparently if it's "suncare" it can't be skin care. Baloney. If I put it on my skin, it's skincare. I personally think suncare can be skincare (not vice versa though) but not according to CVS... so I'm out $5.


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