CVS: $1 Cheerios & $1.25 Reese’s Puffs Cereal with sale and printable coupons!

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cheeriosWe have a few nice deals on Cheerios and Reese’s Puffs Cereal over at CVS. If you have the ability to get two prints of the $0.75/1 Cheerios coupon, you can do a little better and pay just $0.75 per box. However, I can’t seem to get more than one print even if I use two different computers at my house. Here are the deals:

At CVS:
BUY ONE REESE’S PUFFS CEREAL 13 OZ, on sale $2
Use one $0.75/1 Reese’s Puffs Cereal printable coupon
NET PRICE: $1.25

BUY ONE ORIGINAL CHEERIOS CEREAL 12 OZ, on sale $2
Use one $0.75/1 Cheerios Cereal printable coupon
NET PRICE: $1.25

BUY TWO ORIGINAL CHEERIOS 12 OZ OR HONEY NUT CHEERIOS 12.25 OZ, on sale $2
Get $1 cashback from SavingStar when you buy two Cheerios Cereals
Use one $1/2 Cheerios Cereal printable coupon (preclipped)
Price at Register: $3, but get $1 cashback from SavingStar
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $2 (or $1 each!)

***Also, check your CVS Red Coupon Machine coupons from the past few weeks. You may have a $1/2 ANY Cereal store coupon to sweeten your deal.

Thanks Wild for CVS.

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Comments

  1. Question (I am very new to extreme couponing): I got a 25% off whole order coupon on my CVS card this week. I’d rather not pay too much OOP so I’m trying to figure out where this will best be used. Any suggestions?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Wayland usually writes some scenarios for these on Saturday morning for both the ad that is ending and the new ad that is about to start.