CVS: Big sales to match our BOGO Rescue Remedies printable coupons!

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rescue-remedies-cvsThere’s still a BOGO Rescue Remedies coupon available to print. That’s good news if you want to try these products, because they are on sale through 6/27 at CVS. Here is the coupon link, along with some scenarios:

BOGO Rescue Remedy Product printable coupon *max value $13.99*

At CVS through 6/27:
BUY TWO RESCUE REMEDY STRESS RELIEF GUM, on sale $2.99 (regular price $5.99)
Use one BOGO Rescue Remedy Product printable coupon *max value $13.99*
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $2.99 (or $1.49 each!)

BUY TWO RESCUE REMEDY STRESS RELIEF PASTILLES, on sale $5.99 (regular price $7.99)
Use one BOGO Rescue Remedy Product printable coupon *max value $13.99*
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $5.99 (or $2.99 each!)

BUY TWO RESCUE REMEDY SLEEP LIQUID MELTS OR RESCUE PEARLS, on sale $6.99 (regular price $9.99)
Use one BOGO Rescue Remedy Product printable coupon *max value $13.99*
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $6.99 (or $3.49 each!)

BUY TWO RESCUE REMEDY SPRAY, possibly on clearance $4.99 (regular price $19.99)
Use one BOGO Rescue Remedy Product printable coupon *max value $13.99*
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $4.99 (or $2.49 each – WOW!)

Thanks and photo credit to Wild for CVS.


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Comments

  1. Just so everybody knows, these are all homeopathic ‘medicines’ and are made with mostly flowers. Whether you believe those things work or not, be aware of what you’re purchasing.