ReBump: The Magic Coupon Machine has been spitting out $1 any deodorant coupons on many cards. Stack this with the $1.99 sale on Mitchum and the $1 mfr coupon in 3/18 s. or $1.00 off any Mitchum or Mitchum for Women product for FREE DEODORANT!
Bump ’cause CVS in Naperville just got in their stock of Playtex/Kotex, children’s Allegra and the good ‘n natural bars for next week’s sale. Start clipping now and get your orders in.
John comments that: Bumble bee tuna deal is better with $1/2 coupon from Recyclebank. He’s right – thanks John – you can “buy” an IP $1/2 coupon from Recycle Bank for 40 points. If you’ve never registered or even heard of Recyclebank before, you earn points by pledging to do green things. Easy and fast to build up points and it’s another way to get coupons. I have never gotten any spammy emails from them, either.
CVS is looking pretty good this week, so let’s get right to it. The Magic Coupon Machine is spitting out a coupon for a 12-pack of Coke products for 99¢ with any purchase of $20 or more. Limit one per card. Keep that in mind with these deals
Wisk is BOGO. Current shelf price is $8.89 (Naperville store – varies by location), so $4.45. Use the $2 coupon from 3/25 r and you’re paying $2.45 for a bottle of Wisk. Note: The $2 coupon expires on 5/6, so depending on your store’s policy, they may or may not take expireds. Most stores have no issue with a day or so, and I know stores that take up to a week back. When in doubt, clarify first.
Snickers singles are 75¢ with 75¢ in ecbs. Limit one per card. You can never have too many Snickers.
Bumble Bee chunk light tuna (5 oz can) is 77¢ with no limit. Yes, you’ve seen cheaper, but not lately, so I’m burning up a ton of ecbs on this. Tuna fish salad is a summer staple for us.
Wesson oil is part of a Spend $10 on snack and grocery items, get $3 ecbs. Pictured items include 48 oz Wesson, Chef Boyardee microwave ravioli, ActII popcorn (3 pk), Poppycock and 4-pk Hunt’s snack pack pudding. If you’re Johnesing for the oil, buy four for $12 and get back $3, so $2.25 a bottle. Since there hasn’t been a decent ConAgra coupon or cat since Bush was president, you might want to move on it.
Spend $25 on all Playtex, Hawaiian Tropic, Banana Boat or Schick products, get $10 ecbs. This one is sweet when you stock up on Playtex products. There is a $1 coupon in the 4/22 s and a FREE Playtex tampons (20 ct or smaller, up to $5.99) in 3/18 s. Buy two of the larger boxes on sale for $7.99 and get the 18 ct boxes for $5.29. Spend $26.56 before coupons – less 10.58 = $15.98. Get back $10 ecbs and you’ve gotten all that for only $5.98. Suhweet!
The Kotex U sale returns, this time at CVS and includes tampons, pads and liners. Sale-priced at $3.99, you get $3 in ecbs. Use the $1 coupon from 3/25, but be careful, because it expires 5/5, so if your store doesn’t accept an expired coupon, you’ll still be okay if it switches on new sale prices around 4 pm on Saturday.
Spend $15 on oral care products, get $5 in ecbs…These products are also part of the B1G50% off group: Aquafresh regular and Extreme Clean…I’m just putting in a picture ’cause this is way too much info to type. Note that Polident and Poligrip both have $1 coupons in 4/1 r that expire 5/6.
Huggies diapers, pull-ups and wipes are part of a Spend $25 get $10 ecbs. Nothing really good about the coupons out there, but if you need diapers, you kinda don’t have a choice, kwim?
FREE Good ‘n natural energy bars. On sale for 99¢ and the ad says a 99¢ coupon in Sunday papers. This is strictly a sale item, no ecbs, so no limits (other than what might be placed by individual stores).
FREE children’s Allegra 12 ct or 4 oz liquid. It’s on sale for $9.99, earn $4.99 in ecbs and it says there is a $5 coupon in Sunday’s paper. Honestly, I’ve never seen deals on the children’s allergy line and if it’s so – GREAT! If there is a mistake and the coupon is for the adult version only (like the last $7 coupon), then I would hope that the CVS stores make it right. Limit 1 per card.