HOT Clean & Clear CVS Deal ($0.16 each) starting 2/17, plus reminders about nice Sparkle/All Detergent deals!

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clean-and-clear-cvsWe have a really nice deal on Clean & Clear products at CVS starting Sunday 2/17. I’ve written up that deal below, but you should also make sure you have checked out the hot upcoming CVS deals on All Laundry Detergent and Sparkle Paper Towels as well. Make sure you print your coupons ASAP, just in case they are gone by Sunday.

Here’s the Clean & Clear deal at CVS starting 2/17:
BUY THREE CLEAN & CLEAR FACIAL CLEANSERS 8 OZ, regular price $4.49 (based on CVS web site pricing)
Get $10 Extra Bucks when you buy three Clean & Clear Facial Items
Use three $1/1 Clean & Clear printable coupons from HERE or HERE
Price at Register: $10.47, but get $10 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $0.47 (or 16 cents each!)

Hopefully you have a percentage off coupon of some sort. If so, this deal will turn into a moneymaker!

You should also check the fine print on these coupons. Some of the J&J brand coupons (like Clean & Clear) have a limit of one of each coupon per person/trip. You may need to break your deal up over a few visits.

Thanks to Hip2Save for the tip.

Extreme Couponing Tip: You can usually get two prints of most internet coupons. To find them in the easiest possible way, use our preclipped links that take you right to the coupon. Then come back and click the same link to get your 2nd print. This will save you the time spent searching for the coupon.

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Comments

  1. Cynthia Carley says:

    It only let me print 1 of each.

  2. How can it be a moneymaker if the coupon is limit one per person? That would mean three separate transactions and three 20% coupons, right? I was planning on using my $4/$12 cosmetics CRT but it seems I won’t be able to with the limit one per person.

    • Actually it is two transactions. The two $1/1 coupons come from different sources.

      I suppose it is possible that your store could only allow one coupon. Even if so, if you use the 20% coupon on one of those transactions, that will knock about 90 cents off your total on that transaction, making it a small moneymaker (if you live in a state like NH, that doesn’t have sales tax.)

    • You can’t use $4/$12 cosmetics crt on the clean and clear. Cosmetics = makeup at cvs which clearly the clean and clear isn’t.

  3. LOVE this deal! Thanks, Steve! I have a $5/$30 cvs coupon (will do the All detergent deal too) and a $4/$12 cosmetic coupon. This could be a super trip!! Thanks again for all that you, Monica, and Naomi do. :)

  4. These are $5.49 where I shop so not such a great deal. Groceries and HBA must be higher in TN because almost everything you post is from .29 to 1.00 higher. Maybe it’s because we only have 1 store in area. You gotta figure our 9.25% sales tax in total price paid because it does come out of your pocket and adds up quickly.

    • We are at 7% here. We exclude sales tax from the deals because all the states are different and some folks pay none at all.

      Some items are tax free in FL (food, vitamins/supplements and OTC meds.)

  5. catherine pirisky says:

    Found a $2 off any Facial Care purchase $5 or more CVS red coupon machine coupon in my stack o’ CVS coupons. :) Sweeeet~

  6. Does anyone know if the $4 of $12 cosmetic coupon work for this deal? or does the cosmetics only include makeup and not cleansers.

    • I would think that it would not work.

    • i’ve used the $4 of $12 for cleansers and its worked for me.

    • Cosmetics = Makeup at cvs. Others say it works but if cvs meant the crt to work on skincare as well it would say beauty not cosmetics. Why do you think CVS gives out crts that either say beauty or cosmetic? Wouldn’t it be pointless if both equal the same. Just because it doesn’t beep doesn’t mean you can use it that way.

      • That’s what I was thinking, that cosmetics meant make-up. The only reason I asked was because I saw the previous comment about using it, so I just wanted to make sure. Keep in mind that I have not been couponing for years and cvs is pretty much new to me. I was the one that used to throw away the crt’s and ecb’s away because I didn’t know what they were. I ask questions because I don’t want to make mistakes.

    • It depends on who your cashier is and what the managers say. A lot of store related issues like this are based on the store manager and their decisions.

      (CVS employee)