CVS 11/27 (Steve) – Paid $3.41 for $99.89 of Merchandise (96.6% Saved)

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cvs-112716I had a GREAT trip to CVS this morning! In addition to all my great deals, both CVS cards received $5 Beauty Club Extra Bucks. Because those $10 of extra savings aren’t accounted for elsewhere, they are factored into the final stats for this trip. Even if you didn’t do that, this trip would still have some pretty astounding savings.

TRANSACTION #1 – MY CARD
TWO MCCAFE BAGGED COFFEE 12 OZ, on sale 2/$12 (reg. $9.49)
Get $6 Extra Bucks for buying two bagged McCafe or Gevalia Coffee (limit 1)
Used two $1.50/1 McCafe Coffee printable coupons (preclipped)
Price at Register: $9, but received $6 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $3 (or $1.50 each!)

TWO SNUGGLE DRYER SHEETS 80 CT, on sale BOGO $5.49
Used one $2/2 All or Snuggle Products coupon, 10/30 RP insert
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $3.49 (or $1.74 each!)

TRANSACTION #2 – STEPHANIE’S CARD
THREE MUA LIPSTICKS/BALMS, on sale $5.99 (two reg. price $8, one reg. price $9)
Get $5 Extra Bucks for buying MUA Lipstick (limit 3)
Used one $3/$15 Cosmetics CVS store coupon, Red Coupon Machine (for some)
Price at Register: $14.97, but received $15 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE FOR ALL: FREE + $0.03 PROFIT!

ONE SCHICK QUATTRO TITANIUM BONUS PACK RAZOR, reg. $11.99 (this had a total of FIVE cartridges included!)
Get $10 Extra Bucks for buying $25 of Schick Razor Systems, Edge or Skintimate (limit 1)
Used one $3/12 Razors or Shave Gels CVS store coupon, Red Coupon Machine (for some; this was from a few weeks ago; the register accepted it for $11.99)
and used one $2/1 Schick Quattro Titanium manufacturer’s coupon, 11/13 SS insert
Price at Register: $6.99 (but earned $11.99 credit towards my $25; the Extra Bucks are earned in the next transaction)
NET PRICE: $6.99

TRANSACTION #3 – STEPHANIE’S CARD
TWO MCCAFE BAGGED COFFEE 12 OZ, on sale 2/$12 (reg. $9.49)
Get $6 Extra Bucks for buying two bagged McCafe or Gevalia Coffee (limit 1)
Used two $1.50/1 McCafe Coffee printable coupons (preclipped)
Price at Register: $9, but received $6 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $3 (or $1.50 each!)

FOUR EDGE SHAVE GELS, reg. $3.49
Get $10 Extra Bucks for buying $25 of Schick Razor Systems, Edge or Skintimate (limit 1)
Used one $3/12 Razors or Shave Gels CVS store coupon, Red Coupon Machine (for some; this was received today and it beeped, but was entered manually)
and used four $1/1 Skintimate, Edge or Schick Hydro Shave Gel coupons, 11/13 SS insert (limit 4)
Price at Register: $6.96, but received $10 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE FOR ALL: FREE + $3.04 MONEYMAKER!

Total Retail Value of All Merchandise: $99.89
Net Price Paid for Everything: $3.41
Savings Rate (excluding tax): 96.6%

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Comments

  1. Tom Collins says:

    Can you clarify something for me? If you spent $6.99 for the first part of the Schick deal and $6.96 for the second, after all coupons, and received $10 ECB, how do you make $3.04 after spending $13.95? I’m contemplating doing something similar, but I just don’t follow the math here. Thanks.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I didn’t make $3.04. I have all $13.95 spent out of pocket accounted for in the write-up and the total price for both groups of Schick products is $3.95 ($13.95 out of pocket minus $10 earned in ECBs.)

      • Tom Collins says:

        That makes sense, but the part where you posted
        “Price at Register: $6.96, but received $10 Extra Bucks
        NET PRICE FOR ALL: FREE + $3.04 MONEYMAKER!”
        is confusing. I just wasn’t clear on what you were referring to there. Thanks for the answer, as I thought I was missing something. I was trying to figure out a way to score a freebie, but couldn’t manage any scenarios.

        • Tom Collins says:

          This is one of my favorite sites, btw. You often give me really good information and suggestions for deals, so I read it regularly.

  2. How did you manage to have two 3/12 on the same card?
    Thanks

    • Not Steve, but my CVS account often gives me duplicate CRTs (red machine coupons) that have different expiration dates (usually expire two weeks after printing), which means I have two valid, identical CVS coupons for the period that the dates overlap. It’s usually the case that when the new batch appears on Sunday, I get several of the same coupons that I printed the previous Sunday. I even once had three $2/$6 mouthwash CRT coupons at the same time, all with different expiration dates, but all still valid for a short time before the oldest one expired.