Every time you shop at CVS, make sure you don’t forget to scan your Extracare Card at the Red Coupon Machine! This week it randomly prints the following super-hot coupons:
- $15/1 Physician’s Formula Skin Care Item
- $5/2 Revlon Cosmetics
Also make sure you sign up for CVS e-mails, because this will give you an opportunity to receive more coupons and discounts from CVS. Now, this week many people report getting an e-mail with a coupon for 20% off regular priced items (which you can either print or send to your card).
I was lucky to get both of the coupons AND 20% off! So, here’s what I got:
(1) Physician’s Formula Ultra-Hydrating Day&Night Cream at $19.99
(2)Revlon Single Eye Shadows at $7.19 (B1G1 50% off, regular price $4.79)
(2)Colgate Total Toothpastes at $5.98 ($2.99 each)
(1)Depend Silhouette at $3.99
(1)NatuRelief Natural Pain Relief Supplement at $8.49
I used all of the following coupons:
(1)$15/1 Physician’s Formula Skin Care Item- CRT print
(1)$1/1 Physician’s Formula 03/18/2012 SS Insert (exp 06/30/2012)
(1)$5/2 Revlon Cosmetics- CRT print
(2) Revlon Color Cosmetics 04/01/2012 SS Insert (exp 05/06/2012)
(2) $1/1 Colgate Total Advanced, Optic White, Sensitive Pro-Relief (4 oz+) 04/15/2012 SS Insert (exp 05/05/2012)
(1) $1/1 NatuRelief Product 03/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 09/30/2012)
20% off regular priced items in the amount of $4
Total after coupons: $13.64
I also Used $9 and $4 CRT prints from previous shopping trips
Total after CRTs: $0.64
Got back: $4 CRT from Colgate, $2 CRT from Depend, $8.49 CRT from NatuRelief
Total Cost: $0.85 Money Maker!!!!
If you have all of the coupons that I mentioned, but you don’t have CRTs from previous trips, start with buying NatuRelief and then use $8.49 CRT for buying everything else! Remember though, that prices for Physician’s Formula and Revlon may vary at your store.
Happy Shopping and Savings With USA Smart Source !!!