CVS Free Coupon Match thru Oct 30th

Used in CVS/pharmacy to convey brand identity.

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Bayer Contour Meter

-$14.99 w/ $5 ECB
-$10 (8/8 RP)
=Spend $4.99, Get a $5 ECB

Aveeno Products

-Spend $25, Get a $10 ECB, psa $3.49
-$1 and $2/2 Printable Coupons
-$10 off $30 Mail in Rebate
=Lots of deals, one scenario is:

9 Products at $3.49 each
Use three $2/2 coupons and three $1 coupons
Spend $22.41, Get a $10 ECB
Submit for the $10 mail in rebate

Maybelline Color Sensation Lip 

-Spend $15, Get a $5 ECB, psa $5.99
-$2 Printable Coupon
=Spend $11.97 on 3, Get a $5 ECB

CVS Scenarios:
There is an emailed $4/$20 coupon that is good Sunday only!

Transaction #1 = Buy 2 of the Aveeno products for $3.49 and the Bayer Contour Meter. After the $4/$20, $2/2 Aveeno coupon, and $10 Bayer coupon, you will spend $5.97 and you will get a $5 ECB back. ***If you have the $6 ECB from last weeks scenario then use that to pay and you will spend nothing***

Transaction #2 = Buy 7 more Aveeno products for $3.49. Use two $2/2 coupons and three $1/1 coupons and your $5 ECB. You will spend $12.43 and get a $10 ECB back.

Send in for your $10/$30 Aveeno rebate! That will bring your total spent down to $2.43 if you are rolling ECB’s from last week. You will have a $10 ECB to use next week.

9 Aveeno (great stocking stuffers or for donation sites), a Bayer Contour Meter (great for women’s shelters), and a $10 ECB for $2.43!

Great Deals This Week
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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Anonymous October 25, 2010 at 5:44 am

for the aveeno, you can't submit for a $30 rebate when you only spent $25 or less! The math is incorrect…please evaluate and try again! i love to see the scenarios but it throws me off when the math is done incorrectly.

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2 LittlePeopleWealth October 25, 2010 at 7:12 am

Hi anonymous, 9 products at $3.49 each is $31.41 so you will be able to submit for the rebate. You purchase 2 products in the first transaction and 7 in the second.

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3 LittlePeopleWealth October 25, 2010 at 7:16 am

If your confusion is with the coupons – rebates are for the total spent before coupons so you are still eligible for the rebate even if coupons are used. It will work 🙂

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