What’s FREE (or almost free) at CVS 8/21 – 8/27

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CVS FreeHere’s our list of what’s FREE or nearly free in the CVS weekly ad that starts on 8/21 and runs through 8/27. If you want to view the full weekly ad and coupon matchups at CVS for the 8/21 – 8/27 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. Rhinocort rebate specifically states about $10 coupon. Can I use the $6 coupon and still be valid for mail in rebate?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I am not 100% sure, but the $6 printable coupon didn’t exist when this form was generated, so that is probably why it isn’t mentioned.

  2. In your CVS deals What’s Free or almost free for the week of 8/21/16-8/27/16 there is a deal for ROC facial care. If you buy 3 you will get $15 in Extra Bucks. It also states that you can print three $2 ROC coupons from the link provided. That link (Healthy Essentials) only allows one print. Therefore, one would not be able to print three coupons. And you cannot use 3 different computers to print them because Healthy Essentials recognizes your sign-in information no matter which computer you’re on. One would need to have 3 different Healthy Essential accounts & 3 different computers, which makes couponing rather complicated for beginning couponers. Couponing starts getting very stressful when we start having to have several computers, open up several different accounts with some websites & having to buy several Sunday newspapers to fulfill all the different offers that coupon blogs post. I am a SEASONED couponer & I often times find it stressful. Just sayin’

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I think it’s a fair point, but we also want to present the best deal for the folks who have three computers and three logins. When I’m writing up a deal (and I’m not the one that did the list this week), I try to exclude scenarios like this one from our post that is an “easy shopping scenario for beginners.”

    • I appreciate the fact that the ROC deal is listed. Although you cannot get three prints EASILY….you can get three prints. Also, at CVS without all three prints you could use some of the coupons from the red coupon machine to make this a great deal($3 off $15 facial care). I have been couponing for a year now and have learned that sometimes you have to do your own thinking and these scenarios that you list are always a good starting point for me. Thank you.

  3. Just a heads up on the Persil Laundry Detergent deal… Walmart has been handing out $2/1 coupons on the Persil from the Sample ladies, so if you can snag 4- $2/1 coupons would make an even sweeter deal… PLUS there’s a $1 Saving Star that just came out on Sunday.

    • just realized that I think you would need to buy 5 detergents to get to the $20 threshold for the $5 ECB…so use 5- $2/1 Persil coupons… after coupons, $5 ECB and $1 Sav. Star deposit – $5.70 for five detergents

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Nice

    • Will $2 coupon work on 40oz bottles or is it for 75oz+?

  4. The EB for CVS 5 MINUTE WHITENING KIT TOOTH WHITENING SYSTEM is no longer printing, had to have cashier manually print ….. suspect CVS realized it was a MM and they pulled the plug on it.