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CVS Deals

Here are the current CVS Deals And Coupon Matchups!

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CVS Sales run from Sunday – Saturday – these are the current deals:

CVS ExtraBucks
Get $1 ECB wyb 1 Participating Stayfree Pads; Limit 1
Get $1 ECB wyb 1 Participating Tide or Gain Detergent; Limit 1
Get $1 ECB wyb 2 Participating Poland Spring Waters; Limit 1
Get $10 ECB wyb $30 in Participating Candy & Gum; Limit 1
Get $10 ECBs wyb $20 in Participating Eucerin; Limit 1
Get $10 ECBs wyb $30 In Participating Dr Scholl's; Limit 1
Get $10 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Rogaine or Viviscal; Limit 1
Get $2 ECB wyb $6 (or $4 ECB wyb $10) in Participating Gold Emblem Abound Snacks; Limit $4 ECB
Get $2 ECB wyb 1 Participating Colgate Toothpaste; Limit 2
Get $2 ECB wyb 3 Participating Chex Mix or Gardettos Snacks; Limit 1
Get $2 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Bic Disposable Razor; Limit 1
Get $2 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Crest; Limit 2
Get $2 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Prilosec; Limit 3
Get $3 ECBs wyb $1 Participating Tide Pods or Gain Flings; Limit 1
Get $3 ECBs wyb $10 in Participating Revlon Cosmetics; Limit 6
Get $3 ECBs wyb 1 Participating CVS Protective Undergarment; Limit 3
Get $3 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Claritin, 70 ct; Limit 1
Get $3 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Gillette or Venus Razor AND 1 Shave Gel; Limit 1
Get $3 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Playtex Tampons; Limit 1
Get $3 ECBs wyb 2 Participating Nivea Lip Care; Limit 1
Get $4 ECBs wyb $10 in Participating First Aid; Limit 1
Get $4 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Zantac; Limit 3
Get $5 ECBs wyb $20 In Participating Diet and Energy Products; Limit 1
Get $5 ECBs wyb $20 In Participating Huggies; Limit 1
Get $5 ECBs wyb $20 in Participating Cottonelle, Scott or Kleenex; Limit 1
Get $5 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Nature Made Gummies; Limit 1
Get $5 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Nexium; Limit 3
Get $5 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Renu Solution; Limit 1
Get $7.50 ECBs wyb $25 In Participating Vitamins & Supplements; Limit 1
Get $8 ECBs wyb 1 Participating Zegerid; Limit 3
Multi-Item Deals
Get a $10 CVS Gift Card wyb $30 in Participating Items; Limit 1
Canned Goods & Soups
Condiments, Spice & Baking
Grains, Pasta & Sides
Breakfast & Cereal
Diet Food & Drinks
Cookies, Snacks & Candy
King Size Candy Mix & Match
Single Serve Candy Mix & Match
Frozen Foods
Baby Food & Care
Home Supplies
Clorox, Tilex or Swiffer Mix & Match
Lysol or Air Wick Mix & Match
Personal Care
Caress or Lever Mix & Match
Crest 3D White Mix & Match
DenTek or Biotene Mix & Match
L'Oreal Hair Color or Hair Care Mix & Match
Nivea Mix & Match
Olay Mix & Match
Secret or Gillette Clinical Mix & Match
Breathe Right or Abreva Mix & Match
Gaviscon, Citrucel or Digestive Advantage Mix & Match
Healthcare Mix & Match
Pet Care
Office Supplies
Tech & Gadgets
Office Supplies

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1 Seashellie March 28, 2010 at 4:30 am

Hi Dian!
I am a college student that started seriously using coupons about two months ago and I always looked at your website and posts when I started! I still look for the deals coming up even though I work for one of the retailers. I started a blog, too about using coupons…. but it is more for people who already know how to use them. I do not know if anyone has posted about the green bag tags at cvs, so sorry if y’all already know about it. It is only 99 cents and when you go shopping you bring it in attached to your green bag. You scan it with your cvs card and the best part is every 4th visit you get an $1 extra care buck! For that I would remember to bring my bags!


2 Dian March 28, 2010 at 8:43 am

Thanks for the tip! That’s so great that you started your own site!
I have a few college students who have told me they use my site. I am so glad you guys are learning early and beginning to shop wisely now. I know it can help during college and up through the rest of your lives. At least now you can afford to eat more than Ramen!


3 nancy May 22, 2010 at 11:05 pm

My daughter gave me the bag for Mother’s Day! She knows how I love ECB’s and other coupons as well. She used to laugh at how much time I put into coupons, now she lives on her own she’s learned fast! So thank you Carly for the bag! I’ll enjoy those ECBs! Not to mention the bag is a beauty!


4 Isabela April 12, 2010 at 2:46 am

Hello Dian,
Thanks a lot for this website! I am a college student who just (yesterday) started collecting coupons. :yes: I have a quick question:
This week at CVS they have a buy 3 Vaseline/Dove/others and get a free Vaseline Sheer Infusion Body Lotion. So, my question is: besides using 3 $1.25 RP Qs for each of the first 3 products, can I also use the $3.75 RP Q for the “free” product? This would give me a total of $10.50 for all 4 products, about $2.63 each. Not bad for products that are usually more than $6. But I am not sure if I can use a coupon for a free product.
Thank you,


5 Dian April 12, 2010 at 9:10 am

@Isabela: Hi, and welcome! Feel free to ask any questions you may have!
Here is an excerpt from a letter written by a CVS Customer Relations agent:

Also, two manufacturer coupons can be used on a buy one get one free purchase as long as two items are scanned at the register. The system logic sees two items scanned and will allow two coupons.

So, according to what is written, we see that it is ok to use 2 Q’s on 2 products when they are B1G1 FREE. So, the same reasoning applies to buy 3 get 1 FREE. You can read the entire letter here:
Let me know if you have any more questions!


6 Isabela April 12, 2010 at 10:58 am

Thank you very much. I’m gonna print this letter and carry it with me.



7 Dian April 12, 2010 at 11:13 am

@Isabela: I suggest everyone do that with all store coupon policies, it just makes it easier.
Happy shopping!


8 Lisa April 18, 2010 at 2:26 pm

My CVS has adult wipes clearanced for .49, 16 ct package travel size. The package says to moisten the skin and leave feeling fresh. I was allowed to use the skin care CVS coupon from the Coupon Center Machine up front. They will go to my son (Marine Corps) in Afghanistan.


9 Dian April 18, 2010 at 5:24 pm

That’s awesome! I was so happy this week when I was able to pick up 120 disposable razors for FREE at WalMart and deliver them to the Night Shelter here in town. I would love for us all to learn to do so well in our shopping that we are able to help others, too!


10 Jamie April 19, 2010 at 9:52 am

CVS brand facial cleansers are buy 2 get 1 free this week. The pore cleansing scrub is $6.49. CVS website has a $2 off coupon. Print 3 (use 2 computers), get 3 for $6.98 or $2.33 each!


11 Dian April 19, 2010 at 10:48 am

@Jamie: Thanks Jamie, That’s a great deal! I posted it for everyone! Thanks again!


12 robin May 22, 2010 at 5:23 pm

Will CVS allow us to purchase 2 gillette body wash AND 2 old spice body wash? Also, tell me if I am wrong but the way my math works (or doesn’t 1/2 the time) when you use the bogo and the 4/2 you get two $4.00 RR for a profit of $8.00. My family does not need any more hygiene products (we are well stocked for at least a year) but I still look for great deals because homeless shelters, church, or any charity is always happy to except these types of products.
In his name…god bless


13 Dian May 22, 2010 at 8:37 pm

Sorry it took so long to reply, I was out.
The ad looks like it is Mix or Match Limit 2, but, it really isn’t specific. It has 1 of each in the ad next to each other.

You are correct in the $8. It says: Old Spice or Gillette Body Wash You Pay $4 – ECB’s $4 – it doesn’t mention having to buy 2 to get the $4 RR!
Great catch!! Thanks!
Hope I made sense to you!


14 jade November 30, 2011 at 10:24 pm

i was wondering if this deal worked out for you or not?



15 Dian November 30, 2011 at 10:46 pm

jade » Which deal are you referring to?


16 Karen May 24, 2010 at 1:10 am

I just wanted to share something interesting that happened to me doing the Old Spice deal today. When I checked out with the BOGO body wash coupon it didn’t deduct the $4 sale price but the full retail value of $5.29. Not really paying that much attention until I got out of the store, I realized there was no $4 deduction and went back in to ask. The cashier said it deducted the coupon before the sale price was recorded with my card.

It sounded kind of odd to me, but he insisted it was ok, so I had a $5,29 profit! Was it a fluke? Anyone else?


17 Dian May 24, 2010 at 10:20 am

@Karen: He should have run your card, first. Sometimes it will go bad for you if they forget to run the card first. They usually ask if you have your card before they scan coupons, he did it backwards. In that situation, I don’t think, as a customer you can insist he do it the other way, after the fact, unless you are owed money. I did the same deal yesterday and he ran my card first and it came out right.

Wait! I take that back, I just got out my receipt and you’re right, it did take off $4.99 not $4. I know he ran my card first… oh well. It’s the way the computer was set up on this one. I asked a friend and she said at her store the it beeped and the cashier had to manually adjust the price.

So, I guess some of the computers are ringing it that way and others are not.


18 jade November 30, 2011 at 10:28 pm

i don’t know how your store works. but this is how my cashiers usually run my b1g1 coupons. It usually works in my favor. But they ask for my card, and it’ll ring up at the sale price. ($4), but my cashier usually gives me max price, or the retail price before the sale value off from the coupon. So if the coupon says up to 4.99, thats what she types in. because when she sees the screen, that what it says, it doesn’t say the sale price. But i do actually get the sale price.


19 ryanck0 July 26, 2010 at 3:38 am

the tasters choice BOGO coupon says stick pack. Is this being accepted for the special?


20 Dian July 26, 2010 at 8:48 am

@ryanck0: The picture in the ad looks like the stick packs to me. So, I would say yes based on the picture in the ad. I have not gone in and gotten t myself, but if they go by what is in the picture, then like i said I would say yes.
Let us know!


21 Jennifer July 31, 2010 at 1:29 pm

Ok, on this weeks (8/1) CVS deal on Crest Pro Health that Maven Of Savin’ posted…
the coupons state one coupon per purchase. How can I take advantage of the deal if I can only use 1??? Kinda new and need help. Thanks, Jennifer


22 Dian July 31, 2010 at 1:37 pm

@Jennifer: I can’t find what you’re talking about – but, I suspect, if it is an RR deal, she means you can only get 1 RR per person.
Is that it? I’m sorry I didn’t see what you were talking about, I looked…
Let me know!


23 Jennifer July 31, 2010 at 1:42 pm

Sorry, my fault. It was actually your post on the CVS deals for this week and at the bottom you posted this “deal scenario”.

Buy (3) Crest Pro Health for $3.99 ea.
Use (3) $2/1 coupons
Pay $5.97, get $5 ECBs ($0.32 ea.) Thanks Maven Of Savin’!
Just wondering how I can take advantage if they only allow 1 Q per purchase like the coupon from this weeks P&G states.


24 Dian July 31, 2010 at 1:48 pm

@Jennifer: I hope I am understanding you correctly! lol All coupons say 1 per purchase. I have this discussion with cashiers all the time. a purchase is an item, a transaction is the entire sale. So, if you are asking about the coupon saying 1 per purchase that means 1 coupon per item. And it means you cannot use 1 coupon to buy 3 Mouthwashes. You need to buy 3 mouthwashes and use 3 coupons.
IS that what you were asking?


25 Jennifer July 31, 2010 at 2:00 pm

YES YES YES!!! You ROCK and I just learned something new!!! That is VERY helpful and something I wish I’d known earlier! Think I mighta missed out on a few deals over my first month and a half! DARN! This just gets more fun by the day! :) It’s amazing what makes you happy as you get older! HA~ 4 of my 5 kids (only because #5 isn’t old enough to understand my madness) laugh and roll their eyes at me daily because of my coupon madness…however they have all sworn that when it somes time to leave home, they are coming to get mom to go shopping! Thank you SO much for keeping me informed. Jennifer


26 Dian July 31, 2010 at 2:11 pm

@Jennifer: YAY!! You are very welcome! I LOVE to help! I do get cashiers that will argue this – in fact it happens so often I laughed out loud, I really was trying to not laugh but couldn’t help it, when a cashier said that the other day!
They will argue that sometimes, but, it’s not true.
They will say a transaction and a purchase are the same thing.. nope. I had a floor manager at Wal-Mart tell me that – I called customer service they had the Store Manager call me – he agreed with me and finally said – they only make minimum wage! lol I said I only want them to be trained correctly!
A cashier – SUPERVISOR – told me that at Kroger the other day – that’s the one I couldn’t help but laugh at – the manager and customer service agreed she was wrong.
Just stand your ground nicely when ypu know you are right and you can ALWAYS call customer service or me! lol I have called on behalf of readers before!
Thanks and happy shopping!!


27 Jennifer July 31, 2010 at 2:21 pm

Well on that note…Im off to CVS and Homeland (have a few coupons I need to use there before they expire today). Thanks so much and I’ll let ya know! ;) Have a blessed Saturday!


28 Dian July 31, 2010 at 2:30 pm

@Jennifer: Thanks! You Too! If you want to take a pic and write up your trip just send it in and I’ll post it!


29 Sarah August 8, 2010 at 9:50 am

I dont get this deal:

Dulcolax Balance – Sale $9.99 use $5/1 All You Mag May Issue or use $4/1 5/16 S or print $3 – Final FREE Plus MM* After Q and $9.99 RR *MM will vary according to which coupon you use.

What does MM mean (didnt see it in the coupon lingo)?
RR means register rewards so that means it will print out on your receipt like your ECB do?
What is All You Mag? Is that a CVS magazine? I went to my CVS looking for the CVS Reinventing Beauty magazine and they had never heard of it and it was not on display anywhere in the store…bummer!


30 Dian August 8, 2010 at 12:56 pm

Sarah – MM means Money Maker – sorry I will add it to the Coupon Lingo.
All You Magazine is a great magazines that has $100′s in coupons each month. The only place I have ever seen it is WalMart, but, I have a subscription to it. You can look at it online as well.
And yes the RR prints when you check out.
Let me know if you have any other questions!


31 Sabrina April 11, 2011 at 1:36 am

Still checking out the very useful information on your website! I saw that you had a subscription to All You Magazine, saw you say it had many coupons, scratching my head (doing a lot of that on your website) ah HA! I just started my subscription!

Thanks for all the tips and tricks!


32 MichaelWb September 29, 2010 at 2:22 pm

Could you use the two Advil coupons ($1/1 40 ct & $1/1 PM 16ct) from 9/26 along with the $5 Extra Bucks to make it a final of $8.98?


33 Dian September 29, 2010 at 2:26 pm

@MichaelWb: You can’t use 2 manufacturer coupons on 1 item – you can stack a manufacturer’s coupon with a store coupon. So, this answer to this particular scenario is no, you would have to s\choose which manufacturer coupon you want to use with the ECB’s. You can use the ecb’s and the manufacturer coupon together.
Hope that helps!


34 MichaelWb September 29, 2010 at 3:16 pm

I just found your site this morning and am enjoying it..and its nice to have this info as I just moved to DFW area. I have used Kroger almost always but am now looking to branch around for better deals when I find something of value.

I’m not sure I explained the above correct. What the deal would be
Buy 1 Advil 40 ct for $7.99 – use $1/1 MC
Buy 1 Advil PM 16ct for $7.99 – use $1/1MC
Buying the 2 Advil products would qualify you for $5 Extra Bucks.
Correct? It’s not 2 MC’s on one product..but two.
And are extra bucks done immediately or printed to your receipt as credit for your next trip kinda deal?


35 Dian September 29, 2010 at 3:24 pm

Welcome! Glad you found us and I hope you enjoy DFW – where did you move from?

The 16 ct Advil aren’t included in the deal – but, you can buy 2 Advil (included in the sale) and use 2 manufacturer coupons and get the ECB.
ECB’s are given on the bottom of your receipt for “next time” use – you can use them in your next transaction at the same store visit!
Did that answer your question?
Ask me anything, anytime!


36 MichaelWb September 29, 2010 at 3:33 pm

Thanks Dian
After seeing your answer and re-reading the fine print of what was included in the ECB..I dont think either MC applies (or at least the two I mentioned)
They are for 40 ct and PM 16ct. So no deal there then.

I moved from Starkville,MS so needless to say cultural shock and vast changes from having a kroger, walmart, and piggly wiggly to all the choices within 15 miles of me (Kroger, Whole Foods, Central Market, Albertsons, Tom Thumb, Aldi, Walgreens,CVS, Walmart, Target, and possibly before the end of the year HEB)

37 Peggy November 11, 2010 at 2:58 pm

Was looking for the Gain coupon in the 10/31 P&G but it was not there. Are they the same all over the country? I live in AZ.


38 Dian November 11, 2010 at 3:06 pm

@Peggy: They are not the same all over. But that one was pretty much everywhere.
You can buy them on ebay or from a coupon clipping service.

Sorry you didn’t get it!



39 Deborah January 16, 2011 at 6:41 pm

I too am a college student who has discovered couponing! Its so much fun and has helped out sooo much!


40 Dian January 16, 2011 at 6:42 pm

@Deborah: That’s great! I get alot of emails from college students! It’s a great way to make ends meet! Let me know if you have any questions!


41 Natasha January 31, 2011 at 4:38 pm

Hi, I went to cvs and couldn’t find any dove wash for 1.99.

Thanku for the class, I learned a lot!


42 Dian January 31, 2011 at 4:54 pm

@Natasha: Great! I am so glad I could teach y’all some of this!
As far as the Dove goes – you can get a Rain Check – because it is on sale according to their flyer. They probably sold out already.
But, on the very back page of their sales ad for this week, you will see it on the left side of the page.
Just go back and if they still don’t have it in, just get a rain check and when they get it in you can get it for that price!
Thanks again for the kind words! I enjoyed teaching y’all and am glad I could help!


43 Hilary February 3, 2011 at 12:03 am

Natasha if your cvs never got the dove in stock Walmart has the same product and will price match…even though their price is only a penny more. Walmart is suppose to be taking competitors coupons now also….usually depends on your cashier…so always be critical when choosing a cashier because it can make or break your coupon deals !


44 MichaelWb February 17, 2011 at 8:42 am

have you had any luck with expired ECB’s ?
Sadly I have $30 I let expire.


45 Dian February 18, 2011 at 1:22 pm

@MichaelWb: So sorry it took so long to answer, I have been sick.
All of my stores take expired ecb’s. I would call around if I were you!


46 MichaelWb February 19, 2011 at 3:43 pm

Hope you are feeling well…
I was able to use the $30 and roll what I though was lost into nearly $16 of new ECB’s. I’ll make sure I don’t let these expire this time.


47 Dian February 19, 2011 at 4:14 pm

@MichaelWb: Thank you! Congratulations on your ECB’s! I am glad you were able to use them!


48 cScrapbook April 21, 2011 at 9:22 pm

I don’t understand why you would want more than one green leaf tag. The tag has to match the CVS card #, right? So it’s not like you can combine the ECBs on a shopping order. What am I missing?


49 Dian April 21, 2011 at 9:25 pm

From the store’s point of view? Maybe if I give one to my hubby or kids for when they stop by the store for me.

From my point of view? For the extra Extra Care Bucks cards I have. :-)


50 Nina May 31, 2011 at 11:13 pm

Here in central TX, the CVS has changed it’s sales flyers to be good form Sunday to Friday – No sales on Saturday.


51 Jenn June 13, 2011 at 12:25 pm

My CVS local ad says the Schick Hyrdo Razor is on sale for $8, and they give you $4 ECB AND there is a coupon in the local paper for $4 off…making it free. BUT that coupon was not in my paper. So I picked up another one from the store…but it wasn’t in that one either. How can I get that coupon??


52 Dian June 13, 2011 at 12:59 pm

Most coupons are regional, sorry.
But, you can buy them from a coupon clipping service like Coupon DeDe:

Or you can find them on eBay, too.


53 Lauren Douglas July 13, 2011 at 11:50 am

CVS? This week Crunchy nut Cereal is $2.49 each. If I buy 2, can I use 2 of the $1.50/2 coupons for this weekends coupons? or can I use 1 for the 7/10 paper and one from the internet for $1/1. Thanks so much for clearing it up!


54 Marie August 18, 2011 at 12:22 pm

Just wanted to let u know about other item thats on clearance. Its the Garnier Fructis Instant Color Sealer Lightweight Leave in Color Shield (its a red bottle in the styling products) its $1.57 and u can use ur $1/1 garnier F. styling product Q making them only .57 c


55 Dian August 18, 2011 at 12:31 pm

Marie » Thanks for the heads up! That’s a great deal!


56 Kimberly August 1, 2013 at 6:09 am

This coupon can be used on Herbal Essence as well as they are from the same company Clairol.

$5.00/3 Clairol Products, Any (Excludes Trial/Travel Size; Limit Of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day) – 07-28-13 PG – (exp. 08/31/13)


57 Dian September 29, 2010 at 3:35 pm

@MichaelWb: Oh yes, I know! I grew i\up in Fl, but moved her from Vicksburg, MS, So, I get it! lol Well, again welcome and if you ever need anything let me know!!


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