What’s FREE (or almost free) at CVS 4/3-4/9

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CVS freeHere’s our list of what’s FREE or nearly free in the CVS weekly ad that starts on 4/3 and runs through 4/9. If you want to view the full weekly ad and coupon matchups at CVS for the 4/3 – 4/9 ad, go here.

To keep up with the most current CVS deals be sure to check the CVS Category (under “Drug Store Deals”) for the latest updates.

As of right now, here are the best deals in this new CVS weekly ad:

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  1. The P&G insert I got in my local paper says you have to go to pgeveryday.com to print several of the product coupons. When I did, I was’nt finding the $2.00 off one coupon for bounce.The other products that you have to go to pgeveryday.com to print is Downy,Gain liquid, Gain pods,Tide liquid,Tide pods,Tide odor rescue and a few others.
    I guess this is how P&G is doing some of the coupons now. Probably to limit how many you can get and use.

  2. Ok, I posted earlier I could not find some of the coupons on pgeveryday.com. I went there before today, so now they are there.

  3. I’m confused about the Zantac rebate, the form is only for 50ct. or 60ct., the ones in my store are different amounts. For instance,, the one I bought for $18.99 is 65ct.
    Nothing they sell matches the count on the rebate form. What’s up with that??? Should I just return it, or should I take the chance and mail it? If I cut off the UPC and the rebate is denied, I can’t return it.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I think they made a mistake on the form. Right now I think I’d sit tight and see if they correct the form in the next few days.

  4. jennifer says:

    Wow, the zantac rebate says: “Receive: A Visa ® prepaid card for the circled price of the Zantac purchase price UP TO $20.00 (excluding tax).” So circled price means we should get the full amount back, right? If so this is a huge profit. 🙂

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Hopefully, but you never really know until that shiny card arrives.

      • I got the full price back on the rebate gift card in January and used a manu Q. It ended up being a nice moneymaker.

  5. Ken from Philly says:

    Just got the Zantac on Sunday, receipt says 65 count so now I am concerned (I was real careful in store to match ), handed up a $6 off coupon (not $5!), handed up a $2 CVS personal care coupon, handed up a $2 off $10 heart/stomach CVS coupon, handed up a $4 off CVS red machine Zantac coupon, handed up a CVS $5 off $15 coupon (now it’s essentially paid for), had to buy some other stuff to avoid coupon cancelling, so 2 scopes 500 ml for 3.69 with .75 x 2 coupons, handed up a $2 off $6 mouthwash purchase CVS coupon, got the $5.99 ThermaCare with a $3.00 coupon and got a $3 Savingstar rebate, got the Calendula Cream 8.99 with a $2 coupon and $2 Checkout51 cash back, got 1 Maxfresh Colgate toothpaste for $3 and used the $2.50/1 store coupon from machine along with my last $1 coupon, and got 2x $6 ECB (Candula cream and 2x Scope).

    Kinda hard to fathom the “profit,” but I used $18 from last week’s ECB haul, “shelled out” $4.35 with tax, got $12 ECB, soon filing for my $18.99 Zantac rebate (yes, if it works, they paid me $18.99 to try it), used $39 in coupons, the receipt says I saved 92% ($52.09) but can you say you save more than 100% after ECB earned and rebates? Even w/o Zantac rebate, the SavingStar and Checkout51 rebates add up to more than $4.35. I’m like speechless. Yes, I know, hard to tell, but I really am!