Reminder: NEW $5/1 Zantac CVS store coupon = $4.01-$17 MONEYMAKER starting 7/17!

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zantac-duo-fusion-20ctWow! Make sure you print your new Zantac Duo Fusion coupons ASAP! We have a $4.01 moneymaker deal over at CVS. Some of you still may not have used the $4/1 Zantac or Duo Fusion SavingStar cashback offer. If that’s the case, your moneymaker will be $8.01 PROFIT! Even better, there’s a Try Me Free rebate for these, but I’m not sure if they will pay it out when you’re paying nothing for the product. (I do, however, think it’s worth gambling a stamp on it for a chance at a big $8.99 reward.)

So I think we can count on a $4.01 moneymaker, but that SavingStar offer is worth another $4 to those that haven’t used it, plus there’s that slim chance the rebate will work on top of it for another $8.99 profit. That’s how I come up with the possible $17 moneymaker scenario…however I’m not optimistic that rebate is going to happen.

Anyways, make sure you print these two coupons IMMEDIATELY for a deal that should be a $4.01 moneymaker (minimum) with no issues:
$5/1 Zantac Duo Fusion 20 ct or larger CVS printable store coupon
$6/1 Zantac Duo Fusion 20 ct or larger printable manufacturer’s coupon (preclipped)

At CVS starting 7/17:
BUY ONE ZANTAC DUO FUSION 20 CT, on sale $8.99
Get $2 Extra Bucks when you buy Zantac Duo Fusion 20 ct (limit 3)
Use one $6/1 Zantac Duo Fusion 20 ct or larger printable manufacturer’s coupon (preclipped)
and use one $5/1 Zantac Duo Fusion 20 ct or larger CVS printable store coupon
Price at Register: $2.01 OVERAGE, plus get $2 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE: FREE + $4.01 MONEYMAKER!

And don’t forget that there’s that $4 SavingStar cashback offer and a possible $8.99 rebate! If all the stars line up, this could be an insane $17 moneymaker (but I’m not counting on it!)

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. Kim9597 says:

    I have a $2.50 Ibotta offer as well.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I think you may have been one of my commenters in the video? Just in case – the Ibotta expires on 7/13, so we won’t be able to use it for this deal.

  2. Thank you! 🙂

  3. so could you do this three times for 12.03 moneymaking?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Maybe on separate trips. I don’t have the CVS coupon in front of me, but I think it may be one per customer.

  4. I didn’t get the ibotta offer 🙁

    That sucks that it expires before people can redeem it.

    Thanks Steve

  5. Does CVS gives overages?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Not in cash, but if you have other items in your order, you can get overage from a CVS store coupon (but not a manufacturer’s coupon.) So in this case, yes.

  6. Carolann says:

    I tried to print the coupon, but it seems it is only for cell phones. What if you still use a regular desktop computer? I don’t have a cell phone.

  7. Zantac has always taken off the coupon amount for rebates.

    • If you do the deal at CVS though, I don’t think their registers break down which items the coupons apply to. If you have several other items in your transaction, they would have no way of knowing which items the coupon applied to.

  8. Ken from Philly says:

    Duo Fusion rebate has fine print asterisk * “Does not include chewables.” Not sure what that means….

    Zantac 75 count has juicy $10 Mfr coupon. Reg price $19.99, so with 30% off CVS coupon, and other stacks (CVS $3 off $18 Antacid, Heartburn, etc exp 7/23, and $5 off 75 ct or larger exp 7/9 with 7 day slack), it is really tremendous. I think we did our Zantac mail-in rebate?

  9. Lindsey VC says:

    I didn’t realize that this started next week, so I had coupons in hand when I shopped today. I actually went ahead and did the deal without the extra care bucks because it was a bigger money maker for me in the end. They are full price $9.99 this week, which makes my 30% off work (saved $6 on two) plus I had a $3 off $18+ Antacid or other stomach remedy RCM coupon expiring that I used too. So in the end, I got a total of $31 in discounts and got the $4 savingstar and $2.50 I gotta rebates. It only worked because I ended up with a nice cashier that pushed the second $5 store printable through. It beeped and refused to take, likely because of the overage it would produce.