What’s FREE (or almost free) at CVS 9/18-9/24

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CVS FreeHere’s our list of what’s FREE or nearly free in the CVS weekly ad that starts on 9/18 and runs through 9/24. If you want to view the full weekly ad and coupon matchups at CVS for the 9/18 – 9/24 ad, go here.

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As of right now, here are the best deals in this new CVS weekly ad:

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  1. MauraFlorida says:

    There’s a $1/1 Savingstar offer for the Persil that expires 9/18, so $1.34 after MQ and ECB for people who clipped the offer before it disappeared.. Sunday only, as with the MQ.

    I had $2/2 printable MQs from Red Plum for the Purex Crystals and a $2/2 Savingstar rebate clipped (both expire 9/30), so two free bottles for people with the MQ and Savingstar.

    If you have the $1/2 red machine coupon for any cereal, you can get two boxes of Cheerios for free or cheap, depending on your MQs and if you submit for $0.50 Savingstar and $0.50 Checkout51.

    If you have the $2/2 any Speed Stick Gear red machine coupon (mine expires 9/18), you’ll get a MM with the $2/1 MQ IP (nla).

  2. “You will get $3 Extra Bucks when you buy three select Garnier Hair Care items on sale for $3 (limit 1.) There were $3/2 & $1/1 Garnier Fructis coupons in the 9/28 RP insert.”

    The 9-28 insert isn’t out yet! 😉 Did you mean the 8-28 insert?