Here are a couple stock-up prices from this week at CVS, valid through 11/13.  Jet Dry Rinse retails for over $5.00, so getting it for a buck is 80% off and the Gain soap is totally FREE!

Finish Jet Dry Rinse 8.45 oz, Gelpacs or Powerball Tabs 20 ct $3.00
Spend $15 on select Lysol or Finish products, Receive $5 Extra Bucks, Limit 2
$1.00/1 – Finish Jet Dry Rinse Agent – ( limit 1 print per computer
$0.75/1 – Finish Jet-Dry Rinse Agent or Turbo Dry, Electrasol – ( limit 1 print per computer

Buy 5 Finish Jet Dry Rinse 8.45 oz $3.00
Use 5 $1.00/1 – Finish Jet Dry Rinse Agent – (
Pay: $10.00, Receive $5 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $1.00 each, when you buy 5

If you can’t access enough computers to print 5 coupons, you may use either of the Lysol products below in place of some of the 5 Jet Dry.

Buy Lysol Neutra Air, 10 oz $3.00
$1.50/1 Lysol Neutra Air coupons from SS 10/17
$1.00/1 – Lysol Neutra Air Sanitizing Spray – (
$1.00/1 – Lysol Neutra Air Sanitizing Spray – (
Final Price: as low as $0.50 each (after $5 Extra Bucks, when you spend $15)

or buy Lysol Disenfectant Spray, 12 oz $4.00
$1.00/1 – Lysol Disinfectant Spray – (

(the limit on the $5 Extra Bucks is 2, so you can do another transaction.  See other inclusions here.)

Gain Dishwashing Liquid, 11 oz $0.99
$1.00/1 Gain Dish Liquid from PG 10/10
Final Price: Free

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15 thoughts on “CVS Stock-Up prices: Free Gain Soap & $1.00 Jet Dry Rinse Aid”

The 10/10 P&G expires 11-30. Jet dry works way better than Cascade in my dishwasher. I asked my mom and brother and they agree. I also have found the best soap is cascade complete action packs. At that price, buy a couple and if you don’t like it, you can always donate it!

There is a $1.00 on Finish products on the Rite Aid Ad perks website! This brings Jet dry to $0.50 per bottle.

Isn’t everything in the 10/10 PG expired??

I didn’t see Gain in my 10/31 PG either, and I’m in Northern CA. Booo.

If you look in the coupon preview from 10/30 it did say that there was going to be a $1.00 off coupon on Gain dish soap but it wasn’t there…I was SO BUMBBED!!! That is how I get all my dish soap is from Gain free….when it is less than a dollar and $1.00 off coupons…I used up all mine from 10/10…I actually saw the place in the insert that it looked like the Gain coupon was suppose to be …looked to me like they just decided not to add it. I know you are not supposed to do this but I have used a Gain laundry detergent coupon for a dish soap and it was fine.

The gain is in the PG 10/10

On another note, I found a coupon machine in the laundry aisle at Dollar General. $1.00 off any size Xtra. Used at CVS this week will score $0.49 Xtra laundry soap. Total stock up price.

I looked in the 10/31 P&G and didn’t find a Gain coupon. Did anyone else have that problem?

yea i rarely get gain coupons in my inserts. it is probably a regional thing, i am on the east coast (nc) so alot of what is posted here doesnt apply to me. but i love this site it gets me free stuff every week at rite aid!!

gain was in the papers a couple of weeks ago, at least in ohio it was.

The gain coupon is from 10/10 not 10/31

yes it let me print only one too :( wish could print more

I was only able to print one of the $1.00 rinse and one .75 off powerball tabs. I know I haven’t printed them ever before. Anyone else only able to print 1?

Not to be too naive, but what is Jet Dry? It’s not a detergent is it? Do you use it with the detergent? Is it worth using? I use Cascade and that seems to work fine on it’s own.

I was wondering too, here’s what I found on the Finish website…

Fights spots and residues for a Diamond Shine.

With detergents alone, food and chemical residues can redeposit on dishware during the rinse cycle, causing spots and residues to remain.

Add FINISH® JET-DRY® Rinse Agent to rinse away leftover food and detergent residues for sparkling dishes, glasses and cutlery.

Simply fill your rinse agent dispenser with FINISH® JET-DRY® Rinse Agent and it will be automatically released in the rinse cycle every time your dishwasher runs.

It’s a rinse aid. It rinses with your dishwasher’s final cycle, eliminating any white hard water residue or film from soap. Most Dishwashers have a small compartment for rinse aid.