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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I’m glad to see that you removed the $30 deal idea that included the herbal essence shampoo that was listed under the wrong price. I was dumb enough not to double check the prices before I went only to realize that the prices were too low and the deal really wasn’t a deal with the actual price. I also want to mention that you should check the price of the CG eyeshaddow, because it was also too much, I will NOT be using this site in the future and I will be sure to tell my couponing friends the the information that you provide is incorrect.
I’m sorry, Jessica, but I think you must be confusing my site with another… I never posted an Herbal Essences scenario, and as you can see, there is no price listed for the CoverGirl products, just that they’re buy one get one 50% off.
I’m sorry, but I can’t figure out what/where the “CVS CRT” coupon is? I can’t find that Colgate coupon on their site… is it maybe a coupon printing from the in-store red machine? Thanks for any help!
Yes, a CRT is a coupon that either prints from the “magic coupon machine” or at the bottom of your receipt when you checkout at CVS.