CVS Reminder: PRINT for $0.99 All Laundry Detergent (starting 7/12)

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All CVSHere is a great deal that you can pick up at CVS, starting 7/12. All Liquid Laundry Detergent and Mighty Pacs will be on sale 2/$6.99. You will receive a $2 ECB and after the coupon you can get them for only $0.99 each!

At CVS (starting 7/12):
Get $2 Extra Care Bucks when you buy two select All Products (limit 1)
use two $1.50/1 All Product printable manufacturer’s coupon *NO SIZE RESTRICTIONS* (preclipped)
Price at register: $3.99 but receive $2 ECB
Net Price: $1.99 ($0.99 each!)

Thanks Hip2Save

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  1. HI, do u want where can i get a good deal for printer paper and ink? thanks in advance.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I buy my generic toner from when it goes on sale. For paper, it is good to watch the office supply store weekly ads (Staples, Office Max/Depot)

    • NewEgg is 1% cash back on Ebates, and up to 2% cashback on Topcashback.

  2. I am confused on the scenario of this All deal.Do you get 5 ECB or 2 ECB on this deal? Thank you.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      $2. You buy two and use two coupons. Pay $3.99 after coupons and get $2 Extra Bucks.

      • Thank you and also can you tell me if the coupon prints off with the Walmart logo as the CVS I shop at will not accept them if they have another store’s name on the coupon.Thank you.

        • Steve Pinski says:

          No Walmart logo, but it does have the text with no logo “Available at Walmart”

        • Call over the manager and make a big stink about it at Wal-Mart. If it doesn’t say “only” at Wal-Mart, its just an ad -suggestion- to use it at that store and Wal-Mart is supposed to take them .I find Wal-Mart the most unfriendly when it comes to coupons.

          • Oops , I meant to make that CVS. call over the manager there and insist they allow you to use the coupon with the Wal-Mart logo on it. If you hold up the line at the register while you complain they are more accommodating…..just sayin’ 🙂

  3. You get $2 or $5 ECB when you buy 2?

  4. I tried using 2 of these coupons today at Walgreens for BOGO and I was only able to use one coupon…. The cashier pointed out that the coupon states *limit one coupon per purchase on product specified. Will this also be the case at CVS?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Your cashier was right and wrong lol. You actually purchased two items, even though one rang up for $0, so she was wrong there. HOWEVER, Walgreens coupon policy does not allow a coupon on an item made free by a BOGO sale; that is why you are only allowed to use one there.

      As for CVS…you should be allowed to buy two and use two coupons. HOWEVER, the CVS coupon policy stipulates that they do not accept coupons with another store’s logo. This one doesn’t have Walmart’s logo, but it does have their name. Some stores might not allow the coupon, but they will be wrong if they do that.

      • The detergents rang up each 3.?? With a penny difference. Her dispute was it saying one coupon per purchase and not limit of 4 like coupons, etc. I’m still not understanding this.

        • Steve Pinski says:

          At Walgreens they should’ve rung up full price for one and zero for the other.

          If you’re new, you’re best off starting with CVS. The coupon rules are a lot easier there.

        • I’ve almost quit Walgreens due to their ever-changing, complex couponing stuff 🙁 CVS is SO much friendlier and easier!! And, IMHO, better deals.

          • I’m right there with you, Ann! I stopped shopping at Walgreens last August and haven’t looked back. Their employees are SUPER rude at every store in my area (I imagine to all couponers, since I always used coupons), they can’t read coupons (will argue with me that purchase=transaction) and have even refused to sell me things on sale. Not to mention that their ridiculous coupon policy always had me spending more money on things I didn’t need, just to be able to use coupons and RR.

            At my CVS store, the employees are awesome, they know me by my name, they don’t give me a hard time when I stack transactions and take 1-2-3 hours to check out (I always let non couponers check out in between my transactions), and the store/area manager is always more than happy to substitute an item or two if they’re out of stock and I need it to make my deal work. CVS is by far my favorite store!

  5. What is IMHO? Saw that twice today on different sites. Agree about Walgreens-rarely do deals there any more since I have to buy lots of items I do not want just to use coupons & RR on products I am buying. I frequently have a store AND a manu & a EB or RR coupon on same product, but if have 3 items can only use 3 coupons total! At CVS, I can use 5 coupons on 3 items and still use EB coupons. YEAH Many CVS in my area stopped letting us use coupon on the BOGOF item.