CVS Coupon Ad Match thru June 4th

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Preparation H Wipes
-$3.99 sale price
-$3.99 Extra Care Buck
-$2 Printable Coupon
=Spend $1.99, Get a $3.99 ECB

Mars Chocolate Singles
-2/$1 sale price
-$1 Extra Care Buck when you buy 2
=Spend $1 on 2, Get a $1 ECB

Cortaid
-$4.19 sale price
-$3 Extra Care Buck when you spend $7
-$3 coupon (5/15 RP)
=Spend $2.38 on 2, Get a $3 ECB (use 2 coupons)

Crest Toothpaste, limit 2
-$1.99 sale price
-$1 ECB
-$1/2 coupon (5/1 PG Brandsaver)
=Spend $2.98 on 2, Get a $1 ECB

CVS Coupon Scenario:

TRANSACTION #1 – Preparation H Wipes. Spend $1.99 after using the coupons listed in the match and you will get a $3.99 ECB back.

TRANSACTION #2 – 2 Crest toothpastes and 2 Mars chocolate singles. You will spend nothing after using the coupons listed in the match and the previous ECB and you will get two $1 ECB’s back.

TRANSACTION #3 – 2 Cortaid. You will spend $0.38 after using the coupons listed in the match and the ECB’s from the previous transaction. You will get a $3 ECB back.

You will end up:

  • Spending $2.37 (use ECB’s from last week to bring this total to $0)
  • Purchasing 2 Cortaid, 2 toothpaste, 2 Mars chocolate singles, and Preparation H wipes.
  • Leaving with a $3 ECB that you can use on anything you want or save for next week.

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