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Orajel Training Toothpaste, Only $1.00 at CVS!

Here’s a great way to take advantage of a buy one get one free sale at CVS this week. According to CVS coupon policy, you can use two coupons with a BOGO sale, one on each product, which brings your savings to about 75% on this item!

Buy 2 Orajel Toddler Training Toothpaste, 1.5 oz. $3.99, Regular Price
Buy One Get One Free, through 5/26
Use 2 $1.00/1 Orajel Fluoride-Free Toothpaste Product from SS 5/6 (exp 8/31)
Or $1.00/1 – Orajel Baby Toothpaste, Teething, Toothache or Mouthsore Product – (coupons.smartsource.com)
Final Price: $1.99 or $1.00 each when you buy 2

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12 thoughts on “Orajel Training Toothpaste, Only $1.00 at CVS!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    are there coupon in this week paper

  2. Jessica Soto says:

    Yay! I when today and got mines =) 

  3. Anonymous says:

    I don’t see this sale for BOGO free in the CVS ad.  Can someone help?  I even looked in next week’s ad and I don’t see it there either.

    • Anonymous says:

      This one is unadvertised. Look for signs in your store, or have the cashier scan them to be sure :)

  4. Lisa Moore says:

    How do you know it’s B1G1? Is it marked in the store because I didn’t see it in this week’s CVS ad? 

  5. Anonymous says:

    hi im new to the site. can someone please help me understand..why do i use 2 $1.00/1 if the product is buy one get one free.? wouldn’t i only use 1 coupon on one toothpaste if the other will be free? thanks in advance

    • Teri Lang says:

      You can use only one, but then you wouldn’t maximize your savings. If you use two (two items) then you save $2 overall instead of only $1. Think of it bringing your cost per item down. And even though you are technically getting one for free, you are bringing your total “out of pocket” down. If CVS policy allows you to use 2 coupons on a B1G1 (Buy 1, Get 1 free) then why not?

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes Teri is correct.  Each store has a different coupon policy.  CVS allows you to use one coupon per item in a Buy One Get One Free promotion.  Thus you can use two coupons, even if the other is “free”.

    • Anonymous says:

       It’s CVS’ policy to allow you to use 2 coupons on the items in a BOGO sale.