This week at CVS when you purchase Crest or Oral B Clinical Gum Protection, you will receive $3.00 Extra Bucks. It has been confirmed that the Crest Complete 2.7 oz is also included in this deal and is producing the Extra Bucks! The price of this can vary per region, but most areas can find this product for under $3.00, making this deal a moneymaker!

Buy 1 Crest Complete, 2.7 oz $2.87, Regular Price
Buy 1 , Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 2
Pay $2.87, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $0.13 Moneymaker

 Thanks, LivingRichWithCoupons!

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47 thoughts on “Moneymaker on Crest Complete at CVS! No Coupons Required!”

  1. sharlin says:

    I got both if mine!! :) 

  2. Anonymous says:

    Got my 2…plus I used a 20% purchase that worked great on these because they are technically not a sale item.  :)
    2 at $2.87 = 5.74   Minus 20% = $4.59 oop, $6EB back…so a $1.41 MM 

  3. Anonymous says:

    My CVS had them for 2.77 so it was a .23 MM for me :)

  4. I <3 TKCL! Whoo hoo this worked for me 2x. Thank you so much. Also scored 2 free toothbrushes thanks to the coupon machine and this site. THANKS!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I got 2 here in North Las Vegas! Thanks cvs

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hi, I’m new to this and am not clear on the limit of 2.  Does this mean that you can only buy 2 at a time or two total?  Is it tracked by scanning the CVS card?  Thank you.

    • Anonymous says:

      it is limit 2 per card so both items should qualify for $6 EBR. If you open another CVS card say for your husband / wife you can score another 2 boxes of toothpaste and additional $6 EBR = $12. Drawback is that you can’t combine the $12 EBR b/c it is limited to the CVS card you used to purchase your items so separate your transactions or save for another time to use.

    • Anonymous says:

       Welcome! Limit of 2 means that the $3 Extra Bucks will only print two times. You can still purchase the product more that 2 times, but Extra Bucks will not print after the second time. Check our the CVS 101 Tab at the top of this page: it will help you get started and learn the basics of CVS shopping :)

  7. Anonymous says:

    Got mine in Wisconsin! Thanks for the tip. I rang mine up seperatly since there were no tags advertising it and wanted to be sure before buying the 2nd. I also got $1 off secret deodarant from the magic coupon machine which I may go back and stack with the $1 MQ making the small one $.37.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Got mine, thanks for the heads up

  9. Anonymous says:

    I bought two at the same time and only received one $3 ECB. 

  10. Anonymous says:

    Does anyone know how many transaction you can have per visit? 

    • Anonymous says:

      The Extra Bucks limit on this deal is 2. So, the $3 Extra Bucks will only print for 2 of them. You can do separate transactions or all in 1 transaction.

    •  I have never been limited to a # of transactions, however I usually only do 2 at a time and then get out of line and if there is a line of people I only do 1 and then keep getting back in line again and again and again and again……. lol. I know at thanksgiving I did about 11 transactions it took over 1 hour but I got about $240.00 in stuff, only spent about $22 oop and had almost $50 in CVS Bucks left over, it was crazy.

    • Anonymous says:

      There isn’t something in their coupon policy that determines this – it is really up to the manager of the store, and how much you are comfortable doing.  I try to never do more than 3 or 4 trans on the same trip, and I always go to the back of the line after each trans if one has formed behind me.  If I need to do more than 4 transactions, I will either come back later, or do them at a different CVS (there are 5 within 15 minutes of me).  

      • Edith Chaves says:

        i do the same thing, i get in line again because i feel bad but i dont even buy very many things i just like using the extra bucks from my first transaction on my second so im not spending too much out of pocket

    • Anonymous says:

       Awesome…thanks everyone! Candace & Krista were right…these 2.7 oz crest were priced @ $2.87 reg price with no tags for $3 EBR. I decided to bring it up to register anyways and they worked!
      Also, I have 2 CVS rewards cards so purchsed 4 doing 2 transactions scoring me $12 which I used $6 to purchase the Kellogs & fruit loops deal making my cereals only ~$0.77 each BUT I got so nervous doing so many transactions that I forgot to give the cashier my M.Q. for the cereals ;( The other $6 EBR I used to purchase Uno cards and using $1.00/1 M.Q. making them only $3.65! whoopi!
      I love couponing!

  11. Beth Hatton says:

    I was able to get my toothpaste for $2.77 and they let me use an expired store coupon so I got a heck of a money maker.
      $2.77 reg price
      $1.00 off coupon
      $ 3.00 ECB = $1.23 moneymaker!

    • Anonymous says:

      do they give you money back? or does it need to go toward something else?
      also if you use your ecb’s toward a transaction and don’t use all the ecb’s are they forfeited?

      • Anonymous says:

        CVS does not give money back.  Beth had a moneymaker because her oop expense was less than the ECBs that printed after her transaction.  And yes, you will forfeit any balance of ECB that you don’t spend in the transaction.  HTH.

  12. Awesome!!  We should be able to buy one and use the $3 ECB on the second and get another $3 ECB back, so the initial investment is only $3 :)

    Thanks KCL!!

  13. Ariel says:

    Got 2 and a $6 ecb. Thanks!

  14. Anonymous says:

    If I purchase 2 in one transaction and it is Limit 2, will I get $3 or$6 extra rewards buck?

  15. Anonymous says:

    excellent – got mine – thanks!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Just purchased two! Awesome tip! Thank you kcl!

  17. At my store, the larger Crest Complete was priced like the Crest Pro-Health deal in the ad, 2/6.98 with 2.00ECB.  Nothing on the smaller Crest Complete.

    • It’s not always tagged.  If it doesn’t work, you can return it.

      • Thanks, I’ll give it a try!  Think I’ll go at night because I like the manager and cashiers that work then.  There’s an older guy who cashiers during the day who turns into Mr. Crankypants when the sales or coupons don’t ring up right.

    • Krista says:

      My store didn’t have a tag on this size either, but I took it up to the register and sure enough, $3 EB printed out! So pumped! And like the other poster said, if for some reason it doesn’t print out at your store, you can return it right then and there.

  18. Anonymous says:

    2.7oz is the trial/travel  size right?

    • Anonymous says:

      Correct, but these are found in the toothpaste aisle, not travel section :)

      • So why is there no EB tag under the item? The package says “Travel Friendly Size” The ad says “excludes trial sizes and clearance items.” I believe “trial” and “travel” are used interchangeably. Does “Travel Friendly” mean that it is not necessarily a travel size but is merely COMPATIBLE with travel? I have such a hard time interpreting the language.

        • I had my doubts too, since there was no tag plus this is not part of any of the deals in the ad.  But I figured I’d give it a try today and it worked!  $6.00ECB when I bought 2.  Also, my store had the price on the shelf as $2.49 so the cashier had to adjust the price down from $2.87.  I ended up with $1.02MM on 2.

  19. ooo I have a $1.50 off vocalpoint coupon for these too!!

  20. Can we use an ECB to pay for the other if we buy 2?