I did my CVS purchase last night! I wanted to spread the word about a GREAT find in my purchases!
1. First, go to this Wicked Cool Deals post to get a $5/$25 coupon (3 ways to do it!).
2. Do the Johnson & Johnson Deal. I did 2 Children's Motrin and 2 Tylenol Cold. It was $24 (min. needed is only $20). I had my $3/2 Children's Product MFC from the paper last week. Then the $3/2 Tylenol Cold product MFC from the same paper.
3. BONUS!!! I looked at the endcap by the pharmacy (same isle as the cold medicine) - and there were special BONUS packs of the Children's Motrin & Children's Tylenol! They are 4 oz bottles (the ones on sale for $6) but they are shrinked wrapped with 2 oz bottles! Same price, but 50% more product! Check your endcap if you are buying Children's Motrin or Children's Tylenol! I did price check them - they are ringing up at $6 and I did get my $10 ECBs! They were on the bottom shelf of the endcap so you might have to look closely.
4. Another semi-good deal at CVS is Kleenex. They are BOGO @ $2.39 ea. There was just a $1/2 Kleenex in the same paper as the $3/2 Tylenols. 2 boxes of Kleenex for $1.39. Couple this with the J&J deal (if your J&J total is just under $25) and it puts your total over $25 (so you can use the $5/$25 from the flu survey). Then you have $7 in MFCs - brings your total down to around $16 and you get $10 ECBs.
Here was My CVS Trip:
2 Bonus Packs of Children's Motrin - $6 ea
2 Tylenol Cold (adult version) - $6 ea
2 Kleenex - BOGO @ $2.39 ea ($1/2 MFC)
1 Blade Shaving Cream - $2.99 (husband needed it, I've been slacking at my CVSing/stocking up)
Total Before Savings: $38.42
Total Coupons Used: $12.00
Total Cash OOP: $18.47
ECBs Earned: $10.00
If I didn't buy the needed shaving cream, it would have been $15.48 with $10 in ECBs! Not too shabby at all - and if you have ECBs to roll, it's a much better deal!