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Free Electro Nyte, Cheap Colgate and more at CVS, Starting 6/17!

Here are a few of the best deals at CVS for the week of 6/17 – 6/23.

Electro Nyte Rehydration Shot, 2 pk $4.79
Buy 1, Receive $4.79 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Final Price: Free

Colgate MaxClean SmartFoam, MaxWhite or MaxFresh Toothpaste, 6 oz $2.49
Buy 1, Receive $1.50 Extra Bucks, Limit 2
Use $0.75/1 Colgate Toothpaste, 4 oz or larger from SS 6/3 (exp 6/23)
Or $0.75/1 – Colgate Max Fresh – (colgate.com)
Or $0.50/1 Colgate Total, Optic White, MaxFresh or Sensitive, 4 oz or larger from SS 6/17 (exp 7/7)
Pay $1.74, Receive $1.50 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $0.24

Schick Hydro Silk, Hydro 3, Hydro 5 or Hydro Power Razor, 1 ct $8.99
Buy 1, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Use $4.00/1 Schick Hydro Silk Razor or Refill from SS 5/13 (exp 6/24)
Or $4.00/1 Schick Hydro Power Select or Hydro 3 or 5 Blade Razor from SS 6/10 (exp 7/22)
Pay $4.99, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $1.99

Suave Antiperspirant/Deodorant, 1.4 oz $1.39, Online Price
Buy One Get One 50% Off
Use 2 0.50/1 Suave Deodorant Product, excludes trial size from RP 5/20 (exp 6/17)
Final Price: $0.54 each when you buy 2

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28 thoughts on “Free Electro Nyte, Cheap Colgate and more at CVS, Starting 6/17!”

  1. when it says “online price” do I have to buy it online to get the deal??

    • Anonymous says:

      No, when an Online Price is given, it is just to give readers a general idea of how much it will cost in their store. Prices vary per region though!

  2. Anonymous says:

    The Fusion Shave Gel is $2 37 @ my store and you get $2 ECB:) Not sure if there is a coupon or if that is considered trial size, either way $.37 is pretty good!

    • Anonymous says:

       Thank you for sharing about this deal, I will have to check it out!

    • The same as my store! Its the 2.5 oz fusion shave gel I believe. The $1.00 off fusion shave prep coupon works on it too so you pay $2.37- $1.00= $1.37 and get $2.00 ECB back. Its a .63 money maker! I bought this today!

  3. "~Nelly~" says:

    Again i have a similar question like the one from rite aid do i have to do two seperate transaction for the colgate toothpaste and are extra care bucks to certain card like lets say i have a card an my mom has a card can she use my ecb to pay for her stuff with her card or it has to be mine only
     

    • Anonymous says:

      For the 1st question, if you mean when it says limit 2, then no, you dont have to do seperate transactions. It will print an ECB that says $3 instead of $1.50. As for the second question the ECB’s can only be used for that specific card. So unfortunetly you cant use your mom’s ECB’s and she cant use yours. Hope that helps :)

      • "~Nelly~" says:

         thank you do u know if thats the same thing for the uprewards at rite aid

        • Anonymous says:

          That I cant tell you because I dont have Rite Aid in my area, sorry. What I can tell you is that the ECB’s are more flexible than register rewards from Walgreen’s. You can roll them on just about anything. For example, if I 1 Colgate I would get back $1.50 in ECB’s. Then bought a second Colgate I can use the $1.50 ECB on the same product and still get an ECB….. I hope this make sense : / 

        • Marie Luang says:

           You can use the up rewards from your mom’s card with your card and stack em up because they are not attached to a specific card.

  4. Annie Nguyen says:

    i have 3 $10 off $30 purchase of gillette. can i use it all at once?

    • Jenni Sweat says:

      You would have to purchase $90 retail in gillette, but yes.

    • Anonymous says:

      CVS will only allow 1 of these per transaction, even if you do spend $90 of Gillette Items in one transaction. The second and third coupons will “beep”. Some cashiers will force the coupon through, but others won’t. I’d recommend 3 separate transactions to avoid any issues.

    • I would ask the cashier before you start the transaction.  I had a similar situation when the $4 off of $12 coupon was out (I had two of them).  The cashier allowed it, but if you ask up front, you won’t have to worry in case the store doesn’t allow this type of stacking.

  5. Jenni Sweat says:

    I have a few random CVS questions:

    I’ve heard about the $15 off Physician’s formula skincare coupon, but I got a $15 off a Physican’s formula FACIAL care purchase…can I use this on the anti-wrinkle powder or something or does it have to be the cleansers and creams (my store doesn’t carry the skincare products)?

    I have a 30% off coupon…that shouldn’t affect any of my extra bucks, should it?
    ex. Revlon deal, spend $10, get $4 eb: 2 Revlon eyeshadows $5.29 ea = $10.58 – 30% = $7.40

    I also got a $5 off $25 health care purchase coupon…what all is included in health care?

    Thanks a lot!!! : )

    • Anonymous says:

      The Physicians formula coupon will work with any Physicians Formula purchase without beeps. Since your CVS doesn’t carry the skincare line, I would ask a cashier prior to purchase if they will accept your coupon for a Physicians formula cosmetic instead of skincare.

      The 30% off coupon will work with the Revlon deal since it is not on sale. The $10 must be met prior to coupons, so the 30% off will not affect you receiving your $4 Extra Bucks.

      Health care items are typically pain relievers, creams, bandages, medicines, foot care, vitamins, etc. CVS does not specifically state what all in included in healthcare, so use your best judgement :)

    • Erin Hotalen says:

      My store doesn’t cary Physicians Formula Skin Care, so the manager told me to pick $15 of any facial skin care line, and he would push it through for me! I was shocked, but very pleased!  

  6. My brother’s girlfriend works at CVS and she has told me the store in my area starts honoring the following week’s deals at 4pm on the Saturday before. Not sure if all do this but it’s a nice way to overlap any deals from the week of and the upcoming week too. So I’m going to use the Colgate deal and also use the $1 off $3 oral care purchase I was able to get from the CVS website.

    • Mine does the same.  The only problem is when a deal uses the coupons in the Sunday paper that aren’t out yet.

      • Jenni Sweat says:

        If that becomes a big issue, you might consider getting an “early edition” sunday paper…it costs about 25 cents more, but it might be worth it…it comes out around 3pm on Saturday. This may be a regional thing, but you might want to check it out.

  7. Andrea De La Garza says:

    Do you know if the Schick deal is just a roll over sale from this week?  What I mean is… If I bought this in this weeks deal, will I still be able to buy one next week?  or the extra buck already spent on my account?  I’ve never done a deal like that before so I wasnt sure.  I’ve noticed that CVS has carried over a deal from one week to the next on certain items, but I usually steer clear of them because I’m afraid that my ECB is already spent on my account and dont want to bother with a transaction only to not get my ECB..  I was just curious if you knew.  Thanks KCL for all that you do!

    • Anonymous says:

      They have different event codes, so they are different deals. If you purchased a Schick Razor this week, you can do it again next week. :)

      • Anonymous says:

        Hey I have a similar question! I am 1.21 away from the $4 ECB on $10 Revlon. If I wait until next week will the $8.79 I already spent roll over? Or will I have to start over? I forgot that clearance would not count for the ECB and forgot to use the $2 off coupon that I had for the clearance! I don’t know what’s wrong with me….I know better!! UGGGH!