Here's what I'm stirring up- Deals for 8/10/08- 8/16

Here are the deals I am stirring up this week in NC:

CVS

  1. Lamisil or Lamisilk, prices starting at $7.59. Buy (2) and use $4/1 (7/20 SS) or $3/1 (11/30/07 SS or 7/20 SS)= $7.18 out of pocket (oop) and get $10 extrabucks back= $2.82 profit! (limit 1)

  2. Dove chocolate, on sale for 2/ $6. Buy (4) and use (4) $1.50/1 (5/11 RP) = $6 oop and get $5 extrabucks back= $1 for 4 bags of chocolate (limit 5)

  3. Alavert, $5.99. Use $4/1 internet coupon = $1.99 oop and get $3 extrabucks back= $1.01 profit (limit 1)

  4. EPT, on sale for $10.99. Use $4/1 (1/06 RP)= 6.99 oop and get $4 extrabucks back= $2.99 after coupon and extrabucks

  5. Skin face effects cleanser, $6.99. Use $2/1 CVS skincare coupon (Beauty magazine)= $4.99 oop and get $5 extrabucks back= free + $0.01 overage (Thanks Zoelle!)

  6. ROC Skin care, prices start at $7.99. Buy (4) and use (4) $5/1 internet coupons & $2/10 CVS coupon= $9.96 oop and get $10 extrabucks back= free and $0.04 overage

  7. Monthly deal: Childrens Advil, $5.79. Use this $1/1 internet printable $4.79 oop and get $5.79 extrabucks back=free! + $1 overage

*It goes without saying that for most of these deals you should use the $2/$10 CVS coupon. (The coupon is no longer available for download so hopefully you have saved the PDF file.) I often break up my shopping trips in order to maximize these savings.


Walgreens

  1. BIC pens, on sale 2/$1. Use $1/2 internet printable coupon = free

  2. Extra gum, $1.19. Buy (2) and use BOGO coupon (8/3 SS) & Walgreens 7-day coupon= free plus 0.01 overage! *Be sure to hand the coupons over in this order for this deal to work.*

  3. Gorton's shrimp, BOGO. Use 0.75/2 internet printable coupon= 2/ $2.24

  4. Hershey's bliss chocolate, $3. Buy (4) and use (4) $1/1 internet printable & $1/1 Easy saver coupon = $4 oop then file for a $5 Easy Saver rebate= free chocolate and $1 profit!

  5. All detergent 2/$8. Use (2) $1/1 (6/22 RP)= $6 oop and get a $2 register reward= $4 after coupons and register reward

  6. Glade flameless candle, $3.99. Use $3/1 (7/20 SS) & easysaver coupon= $1

  7. Suavitel Fabric Softener, on sale BOGO. Use $1/1 (7/27 SS) & BOGO (in-ad coupon)= $0.79 for two *Be sure to hand the coupons over in this order for this deal to work.*

  8. Monthly Deal: Scrubbing Bubbles Action Scrubber, about $5.69. Use this $2.75 internet printable coupon, then file for a $1.50 Walgreens Easysaver rebate (online) + get a full refund of the entire purchse price (up to $5.69) (7/20 SS)= free + $4.25 profit after rebates



There are some other decent deals but this is what I'm looking at this week. What good deals do you see? List a comment or link to your blog with scenarios below.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

The CVS 2/$10 printable coupon is no longer available on the magazine website.

The Financial Diva said...

Thanks! Adjusting that now.

mary said...

Your website is great! Thanks so much for doing this!

Ava'sMom said...

Thanks for the Wag's Deals and Tips. I'm new to blogging and posting. Go to www.saving4myfamily.blogspot.com to see my scenario's. PS Love your blog! Still learning to design mine :-)

Anonymous said...

Where do you get the "beauty magazine"?

Zoelle said...

You will get $5 back in ECBs not $4 for the Skin Effects, so it will basically be free with $0.01 overage!!

The Gobbles said...

GOing to the movies before 11/30/08? Check out how to score movie tickets at Walgreens this week.
http://josh-maryanne.blogspot.com/2008/08/walgreens-is-making-my-date-night-and.html

Anonymous said...

Do most CVS stores take competitor coupons (such as those in the paper this week for Rite Aid)?

The Financial Diva said...

Where do you get the "beauty magazine"?

Beauty magazines are sold in the stores for 0.99. Some stores leave the coupons from inside in the pharmacy or photo counter area. Be on the lookout. Periodically, these are also found online but disappear fast so always save a PDF copy of what you find especially if the expiration date is far off.

The Financial Diva said...

Do most CVS stores take competitor coupons (such as those in the paper this week for Rite Aid)?

This completely varies by store. None of mine do but many others have reported that their take competitor's coupons.

Anonymous said...

I just got the CVS 2/$10 from the magazine website.

PEZmama said...

Just wanted to let you know, I did the Children's Advil deal last week at CVS and used a $2/1 Advil coupon from a newspaper insert. (I don't know which one it was from, but I had two different coupons for the same amount.) The coupon scanned without a problem.

waldenbunch said...

I have not done Walgreen's but twice now and probably won't go back. They would not take more than one RR until I got the manager, who also said they were not taking itnernet printable coupons. They did it for me this once but I was not happy with the service and lack of items listed in their weekly ad.