Buy two of the Hershey Gold 10 oz chocolate and pretzel bags for $6, use two of these $2 Hershey Gold bag coupons, pay $2 and get back $3 in ECBs! Actually, the coupon is coded for Kit Kat, Reese’s and more, so if you hate pretzels (raises hand), grab the ones you like that are part of the 2/$6 CVS promotion.
Just in case you’re tired of always hitting up Walgreens for the photo deals, here’s a 4×6 photo magnet for only 99¢ from CVS! Same process as Walgreens, in that you upload a print, select 4×6 photo magnet and Make This Product, then when you get to checkout use promo code SDMAG50. As long as you choose same-day store pick-up, your print will be only 99¢. Don’t have an ending date. I can’t link directly to the page, so click Photo and then photo magnets.
Combine the $4 sale price of the One A Day Nature’s Medley gummy vitamins with the $4 coupon in 9/9 S2 and you’ll pay low tax – these nine put me 63¢ OOP. Unfortunately, they’re only 28 ct, so at two per day, you’re talking two week supply, but still – THEY’RE FREE! Coupons are only good for two weeks, so if you get a rain check, keep checking inventory.
Just in case you’re tired of always hitting up Walgreens for the free prints, here’s an 8×10 Collage Print from CVS! Same process as Walgreens, in that you upload a print, select 8×10 and Make This Product, then when you get to checkout use promo code 8FREE10. As long as you choose same-day store pick-up, your print will be free. Code valid through 8/21. Unfortunately, I can’t link directly to the page, so click Photo and then collage.
Get the Navage Nasal Care Saline Nasal Irrigation Kit for only $53.99 with promo code 40FORU – it’s normally $89.99! Only Navage has powered suction to help relieve congestion caused by cold and flu, allergies, dry air, sinusitis, dust, ragweed, post nasal drip, environmental pollution, and pregnancy rhinitis. Navage also helps reduce snoring and improve sleep.
Fructis is on sale this week at CVS for 2/$7. I used the $3/2 coupon from 6/3 S plus the $2/2 from the Magic Coupon Machine and paid a buck a bottle. Also grabbed more hair color, since this week your Buy 7 Get 1 Free has been improved: each purchase of two counts as three towards your goal. My six boxes won’t be reflected on my account for a couple of days, but I’ll hit ’em again before the end of the week for more freebies.
Used two of the $3.50 Natural Instincts coupons with the 2/$17 sale (post with links here), 2 Free Hair Color (scan for $9 automatically) and the $3 Oxi-Clean coupons from 5/20 S or here with the $3.99 sale. Used a $4 ebs and a $3 Beauty Club coupon, which brought my subtotal down to $2.96. Submitted to Ibotta (in the parking lot) for a $3 Clairol rebate which came immediately. Got back a $4 and a $5 ecb for the hair colors. These also earn towards the Buy 7 Get a Free Hair Color Coupon promotion.
While there’ll be a few Clairol hair color coupons in this Sunday’s Smart Source, print these higher value coupons now and use them at CVS starting Sunday. They’re having a 2/$14 get $4 ecbs (Limit 1) plus there’s a $2.50 Ibotta offer expiring the 21st. These also count towards the Buy 7, get a free coupon (up to $9) for any hair color item. You will at least make money on the first two purchased! I show six general Ibotta offers in the coupon database, but don’t know when they expire since I’ve used up most of my personal offers.
Stopped at CVS because I live too close, apparently, to get a paper ad in my Sunday Trib. Just happened to have a few inserts in my bag left over from Sunday’s Walgreens purchase so when I saw what spit out of the Magic Coupon Machine, I pulled them out with my trusty scissors. The Nutrisse are Buy 2 get $4 in ecbs, so I bought two, used two $2 coupons from 5/13 rp plus a $9 Beauty coupon. Also got two free hair color coupons, which I’ll use later in the week or even next week. They automatically deduct $9 each, so if I’m buying Nutrisse I’m blowing a few bucks on each – – not smart. OOP was $1.35 and I got my $4 in ecbs (limit one). The $2 SavingStar rebate was limit one and that’s what I used at Walgreens. Maybe next week they’ll reboot.
Just in case you’re tired of always hitting up Walgreens for the free prints, here’s one for CVS! Same process as Walgreens, in that you upload a print, select 8×10 and Make This Product, then when you get to checkout use promo code MOMPRINT. As long as you choose same-day store pick-up, your print will be free.