What’s FREE (or almost free) at CVS 9/23-9/29

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Here’s our list of what’s FREE or nearly free in the CVS weekly ad that starts on 9/23 and runs through 9/29. If you want to view the full ad and coupon matchups at CVS for the 9/23-9/29 ad, go here to view them.

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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-Amazon: $8.79 Thermos Foogo Stainless Steel Water Bottle (reg. $16.99; SAVE 48%)
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-FREE MONEY! Sexy Hair Class Action Lawsuit Settlement
-Amazon: $0.94/bottle Softsoap Liquid Land Soap 6-packs!
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Comments

  1. Hi,
    I have a 4.00 off 14.00 Pantene S & C, and I also have a 4.00 off 18.00 S & C, would I be able to use both of those in the same transaction? Like if I bought at least 18.00 worth of Pantene S & C, would it take 8.00 off my total?

    • I would need to spend $14 + $18 ($32) in the transaction with $18 being hair care (of which $14 is specifically Pantene). The additional $12 could be anything else so long as I am not using any additional $/$$ coupons on the additional $12 in items. If I only have $18 in Pantene, the register will not take $8 off. I need the extra $12 in the transaction for the register to see that the minimum dollar amount for each $/$$ coupon is satisfied.

      For example, let’s say I want to use these four coupons in a single transaction:

      $3/$12 Revlon cosmetics
      $4/$15 any cosmetics
      $4/$14 Pantene
      $4/$18 any shampoo, conditioner, or styler

      To use all those in one transaction, my pre-coupon, pre-tax transaction total would need to be $12 + $15 + $14 + $18 = $59. I would need to have $15 in cosmetics (of which $12 is Revlon) and $18 in hair care (of which $14 is Pantene) plus $26 in any other products that I am not using any additional $/$$ coupons on.

      This is how it’s worked for me for many months. I used to be able to buy just $18 in Pantene and both $4/$14 Pantene and $4/$18 any hair care coupons would come off, but that sort of simple stack doesn’t work any more. Now I need the extra $12 in any other items in the transaction.