What’s FREE (or almost free) at CVS 7/17-7/23

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CVS FreeHere’s our list of what’s FREE or nearly free in the CVS weekly ad that starts on 7/17 and runs through 7/23. If you want to view the full weekly ad and coupon matchups at CVS for the 7/17 – 7/23 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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Comments

  1. I got a 2/2 select Softsoap or Irish.. will that apply?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I am not sure. Select makes me think it had something to do with an advertised deal. Not sure if the sizes match what’s on sale in the 7/17-7/23 ad.

  2. brooke scott says:

    I got a .50 off Snuggle Product on my Savings Star. 🙂

  3. brooke scott says:

    I have a $1/2 Cocoa Puffs, Cookie Crisp on Savings Star too. 🙂 I know everyone may have different things on there, just letting you know.

  4. I hung on to two of those $6 Zantac Fusion coupons! I also have a red machine $3/$12 Zantac coupon. If I buy 2 Fusions, the total would be $17.98. I can use two $6 and the CVS $5, but I don’t think they would accept the $3 red machine coupon, would they? Don’t they adjust the value of that down if it is over the total price of the item?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I’m not 100% sure what their registers will do, but my guess is that the second $5/1 Zantac store coupon in the transaction may be problematic. Usually CVS registers won’t allow multiples of printable store coupons.

  5. MM Alert!
    Bought Skintamate, UPC ending in 557, cost 3.49 & rec’d $5 EB…not sure how long it will last.
    NO Zantac Duo Fusion in stock in any of my stores 🙁

  6. Went to three different CVS’s for the Zantac Duo and only found it at the 3rd. (Nice guy from the second stored called around for me) Why do they not keep stuff that goes on sale in stock? Same thing at Publix…it drives me crazy! Thank you sooooo much for the info on the Zantac MM weeks ago. Love this website!!!

  7. Sandra Wilson says:

    Got TRESemme hair spary went ahead and brought the big because I have 2 off 2 / and 2.50 off 10.00 have two of them so came out two 10.00 but also got 3.00 back but also brought the duo fusion with took off 11.00 and got 2.00 back and two toothpaste but did have a coupon for them but was 2.99 but 2.00 back. Use 10.00 ecb cost me 4.37 in the end 1st order

    2nd order
    Did the duo fusion again the only 2 bottle in the store. Brought 2 softsoap and they let me use the coupon I got last week at cvs machine that was 2 off and got 1ecb back bought 2 cereal 1.97 use .50 cents coupon Then bought two got 2 be 3.99 each two 50 coupon got back 4ecb dawn .99 -.25 coupon and pay .85 with all my ebc and coupon. I have very good day at CVS.

    Over at target they have shout on sale for 2.94 you buy 4 and get 5.00 gift card. I only have 2 coupon with me since my target is about 25 min. I decide to go ahead and do it . I have two .50cent coupon with made them 10.76 before tax then I use a 10.00 gift card make my total 1.19.

  8. Had trouble with the Schick disposables deal. They rang up regular price of $10.49 with no EB! I wasn’t paying attention & only realized what had happened when the EB didn’t print at the end. I was told “the system” was the problem & the clerk didn’t know what to do. Had to wait for the manager who had to get the sign to prove they were on sale. They returned them & I got partial refund on my credit card & part on a gift card since I’d used coupons. Then had to buy them again with the mgr. adjusting the price and printing the EB.

    $2 moneymaker, but what a hassle! Have to remind myself it’s worth it since they are going to the homeless.

  9. Please explain the math on Nabisco Snacks deal. How does store BOGO work with the printable coupon B2G1 to get the price down to only $2. They are pretty bad with the math at my stores. Does the cash register “KNOW” how to do it? Clerks would probably make me pay $8 for the four and get two free! Tx

    • Steve Pinski says:

      You are buying six and they ring up $2, $0, $2, $0, $2 and $0 = $6 total
      Because you are buying six, you are entitled to use coupons covering six items. CVS coupon policy allows coupons on items made free by a BOGO sale.
      How much does an item cost? $2. That is what each coupon is worth = $4 discount.
      Final cost = $2.

  10. Ken from Philly says:

    I have a CVS red coupon machine 25% off deodorant coupon for the Right Guard deodorant, which shd turn it into a money maker.

    .75 cash back Cheerios on Ibotta, so with that $1/1 mfr coupon paired with $1/2 mfr coupon, $1 off 3 cereal CVS when on sale $1.99, buy 3, costs .74 ea. for decent product (very low in refined sugar).

    Brag: I had a stunning shopping trip last Thurs night, Vichy $7 coupons x 4 on $43 of product for the $14 bottles (no $9.50 bottles anywhere) — used rain check BOGO 50% from week earlier, triggered $10 ECB/$30 Vichy. $10 off $40 facial coupon so it already was in the black before 30% off, Did my reg. price Duo Fusion and Zantac deals with $6 and $10 coupons, CVS $5 Zantac, $3 any antacid, Garnier large shampoo/conditioner $7.99 reg. price bottles that triggered 2x $3 ECB (and used $3 off $15 shampoo CVS, $1 ea. coupons), 2 x Colgate Optic White reg. price with $1.50 coupons x 2, $2/2 CVS (and $4 ECB triggered), $2 personal care CVS, Scope 500 ml reg. price with $.75 coupon x 2 and $6 ECB triggered, threw in Kleenex 3/$4 sale (and a $1.50 coupons), Schick Quattro $11.79 reg. price women’s razor for movie coupon (which they cheated me out of, another post to complain about) + $3 any razor CVS coupon, Cascade reg. price (with $2 in coupons), THEN USED MY 30% OFF ENTIRE ORDER CVS COUPON (non-sale items only) (reached max $30), paid with $20 ECB and $5.30 out of pocket. RECEIPT SAID I SAVED $146.97!!!! Cashier was dumbfounded. Manager double checked my coupons, 30% off calculations. I got back $26 ECB on printed receipt, earned $5 ECB Beauty (I just printed) for $31 ECB. Zantac and Duo Fusion=$6.50 cash back from SavingStar, Ibotta. Kleenex .50 from Checkout51 I think. I will also use this transaction for the MIR on Zantac + Duo Fusion purchases as this week may not yield anything. Even my wife was impressed.

    Bottom line: ECB/cash “currency” I spent was $25.30, but I got paid $38 cash/ECB, so everything was free + they paid me $12.70 for taking the stuff off their shelves.

    PRICE INCREASE ALERT: I noted Schick Quatro was .50 higher from week earlier, and Zantac 75 went from 19.99 to $23.99 reg price. I had rain check for reg price + $2 ECB deal from week earlier (which they missed giving me anyway) so CVS honored my “rain check” reg. price. This is why I only shop at CVS. Managers are given flexibility.

    Rant: I hate Schick. Dirty rotten scoundrels on the movie coupon deal. I am returning my Schick Quattro purchase although I only have $5.30 of “cash” on receipt to get refunded.

    OK I spake me mind….

  11. Jennifer Finkral says:

    There is a $2.00 Ibotta Got2B its under Schwarzkopf Styling products. On the got2b package it says Schwarzkopf. I have already submitted my rebate and got paid for it. .50 money maker