Make sure you’re getting the most bang for your ExtraCare Bucks at CVS by checking out my post: 15 Secret Ways to Save More at CVS. It’s chock-full of great information.
There are new total purchase ($3/$15, $5/$25, $6/$30) and % off coupons again this week! If you haven’t, check your email for one from CVS on Thursday!
Let me know what Big Red coupons you receive and I’ll add them to the matchups!
This list is printable!
Here are some easy use notes for you.
You’ll see a check box next to the sale item. You can check that box and it will add it to your printable list box in the bottom right corner of your screen. When you’ve added all the items you want to buy to the list, you can click on the *My List* tab to print them.
CVS has also released a new corporate coupon policy. Make sure you print a copy and take it with you when you shop. If this is new to you, you can read more about the changes to Buy One Get One Free sales and coupons HERE.
Keep in mind that CVS ads can be extremely regional. You may find price variations in the sale items or they may not be on sale in your area at all.
I am now almost exclusively using online prices in my match-ups. I had been using my actual store prices, but that proved equally frustrating for many people. While I realize that online prices are also frustrating, they’re relatively accurate for some. Since they’re about the same in that regard, it’s easier to use online prices! For new items not yet in their online store, I will continue to use my store prices.
This list includes all the items under $1, most of the ECB deals and many, MANY more. Because I’m still doing most of the ad, every link isn’t tested, as I don’t buy everything that’s on sale and I’m too cheap to waste the ink. Let me know if one doesn’t work, if my math has taken a nose dive or I’ve missed a coupon somewhere.