What’s FREE (or almost free) at CVS 1/8 – 1/14

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Here’s our list of what’s FREE or nearly free in the CVS weekly ad that starts on 1/8 and runs through 1/14. If you want to view the full ad and coupon matchups at CVS for the 1/8 – 1/14 ad, go here.

Keep in mind that this week’s list was prepared on Saturday night, before the month changed on Sunday morning. Some coupons may have disappeared overnight. 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. Christopher Sumpter says:

    The Colgate multipack ECB deal is for toothpaste, not toothbrushes.

  2. The smallest Scope is $4.19 here in sunny so. Cal. but the huge one liter bottle is $4.99, so that was actually the better deal. I bought 2 of the big bottles, used 2 coupons, and the $5 ECB printed.
    However, be aware, the $1.50 coupon beeps. I had to go the ‘call a mngr’ route.

  3. Nanell Olivier says:

    I lost out on the scope deal because my coupon beeped and our manager says if it beeps no deal. I even had the Cvs $2/$6 maouthwash coupon. So mad. It’s pretty sad when it’s getting easier to coupon at Walgreens than cvs.

    • My Crest toothpaste, Tide, and All/Snuggle coupons all beeped at CVS even though every coupon was clipped from January 1 inserts and the products I bought were pictured on the coupons. I was lucky that the store manager was in and cleared the cashier to enter them manually. If the manager had not been in the store, the cashier would have handed them back to me. it’s super frustrating because CVS used to be one of the best retailers for couponing, but one of the cashiers told me they have to answer for every coupon they override, and no one wants to be blamed for taking a bad coupon.