Here are a few of the best deals at CVS for the week of 7/15 – 7/21.

Colgate Total, 4-4.2 oz, MaxFresh, MaxClean, 6 oz or 2-in-1, 4.6 oz $2.50
Buy 2, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 2
Use $1.00/1 Any Colgate Toothpaste, 4 oz or larger from SS 7/8 (exp 7/28)
Pay $3.00, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: Free

Unreal Bar, 1.3-1.7 oz $0.75
Buy 1, Receive $0.75 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Final Price: Free

Buy 3 CoverGirl Eye Enhancers, 0.09 oz $3.49, online price
Buy 1 CoverGirl Brow and Eye Makers, 0.06 oz $4.79, online price
Spend $15.00, Receive $5.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Use two $3.00/2 Covergirl products, excludes trial/travel sizes, limit 1 coupon per purchase, limit of 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from PG 7/1 (exp 7/31)
Pay $9.26, Receive $5.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $1.07 each, when you buy all 4

Schick Hydro 5 Power Select or Hydro Silk Razor, 1 ct $9.99
Buy 1, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Use $4.00/1 Schick Hydro Power Select or Schick Hydro, 3 and 5 blade razor from SS 6/10 (exp 7/22)
Pay $5.99, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $2.99

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71 thoughts on “Free Colgate Toothpaste, Unreal Bar and More at CVS, Starting 7/15!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I got a shock at the register today. My first transaction was 2 Coppertone sunscreen, 2 arm & hammer Thomas the train spin brushes and one nature made vitamin. I paid with $10 in ecbs so it was $0 OOP. I was supposed to get back $7 in ebbs (for the coppertone, nature made, and green bag tag). Instead I got $11! I heard the Thomas the train arm & hammer spinbrush was on clearance, so I checked it out. It scanned an my CVS for $1.94 and I had the $1/1 coupon. Turns out buying these two produced the $4 ecb, what a surprise.

  2. Marlenabrazell says:

    My coupons are NEVER as high as the values posted..   :/  and I buy from 3 different papers!

  3. Naraiza05 says:

    i have purchased the garnier products and received $5 eb , can I use the $5eb to buy more? will I get another $5eb?

    • Jdaz2012 says:

       Unfortunately no, I believe that deal was only a limit of 1 per household. You only get the 5ECB one time per card, What you can do is save that 5ECB to roll onto another sale for the week of 7/15, such as the Colgate if you buy 4, you receive 6ECB back.

      • Anonymous says:

        The limit on this is actually 4. The ad said only 1, but it has been increased to 4, which I have confirmed.

      • Anonymous says:

        I did this deal twice so far. The first deal I did was the Garnier hair care, got $5. Then the next time I went to CVS I bought the Garnier hair color and got $5 back. My receipt says I did not reach the limit, so I can do it again but I can’t since I ran out of coupons.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sure can! This is a month-long deal with a limit of 4!

  4. bamabragger says:

    The Glade Sense & Spray refills are 2/$6 – use BOGO Glade Sense &Spray refill from SS 7/15 = 2 for $3. or better if it will take off full amt up to 3.99 then it would be 2 for $2.01. YAH, I need those!

  5. Katiejaniczek says:

    Hi KCL :)

    I’m going to attempt a transaction at CVS on Sunday. They are having a sale where if you buy a certain $ of products, you get a free Schick hydro Razor. Well, I have a $4 coupon for said razor. Plus, I have internet printed coupons for all the other products. My questions are 1) will CVS take a coupon on a free item? 2) some of the internet printed coupons say “cannot be used with another offer” Does that mean another coupon or does that mean a sale promotion?? Thanks!! :)

    • Anonymous says:

      I believe that a coupon can be used on the Schick Hydro Razor since CVS allows a coupon for the free item on a B1G1 sale. Keep in mind that this deal will have to be done all in one transaction. When a coupon says “cannot be combined with another offer” that just means that two coupons cannot be used for 1 item. Hope that helps!

  6. tina says:

    I also got that coupon in the mail for 9.99 nano check im in houston tx

  7. kendra says:

    I got a 25% off coupon in the mail (can’t be used on sale items). I was planning on getting the band aid deal where you buy $7 get $3 ECB.  Would I be able to use this coupon with it?  Also I have $2.00 off a neosporin product (manufacturer) and $.50 off a band aid product (manufacturer), so will the discount I get with these coupons deduct from my $7 amount I need to spend or does CVS go by the price before the coupons? Also if I use the 25% off will this be deducted from the $7 I need to spend as well?  Basically I wanted to know how I should work this to get the best deal but still be able to get the ECB. Sorry I hope that makes sense lol.

    • Anonymous says:

      I discussed this exact scenario on the board “CVS Magic Coupon Machine” earlier today and there are differing opinions about how the % off coupons actually work.  There are also a few threads on this topic above.  

      Last night I made several purchases at CVS inclusing the Neosporin.  I used a $3.00 coupon on a Neosporin product that cost $8.49 non sale pre coupon.  I met the $7.00 requirement so my EB printed.  I also used a 25% off coupon, but it appears that it did not apply to my Neosporin.  Some people think the % off coupons apply to EB deals whiles others say they do not because it is a promotion.
      In my scenario I purchased several sale items to which the % did not apply and I purchased another item for $9.99 (non slae/non promotion/non EB offer).  My 25% coupon came in valued at only $2.38. 

      25% off the $9.99 item would be $2.50; add the Neosporin and the 25% should have been $4.62.  How I received only $2.38, I cannot quite figure out. The sales associate and asst mgr at my store were not sure how it works either.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yep – the 25% coupon will apply to the Band-Aid/Neosporin deal of Spend $7, Receive $3 Extra Bucks. The $7 must be met prior to coupons, so any manufacturer or cvs coupon will not affect you receiving your Extra Bucks. Happy couponing!

  8. Anonymous says:

    I’m just wondering if anyone got this cvs coupon by mail. I got a $9.99/1 Accu check nano meter. It says it’s on sale for $9.99 7/28-8/24 and it’s free with coupon. Loving CVS right now.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I did not get the 1.00/1 Colgate, I got a .50/1. Luckily, at my dentist’s office there were 1.00/1 Colgate Total Q’s.

  10. Jodifetterolf says:

    Is there anyplace to print the Colgate coupon?  I did not receive the SS in the paper this past weekend… I even tried to get it from other papers but there was none….

  11. Megan says:

    When it says limit 2 is that per transaction or per store, or just 2 no matter what. Wasn’t sure how u could stock up a big supply if it’s just two total

    • Anonymous says:

      If you are referring to an extra bucks deal and it says limit 2, then it is limit 2 for the week on that item. It keeps track on the bottom of your receipt for your account so it does not matter if you go to different stores if you use the same card.  The rule is one card per household, but from the sounds of it, some people have multiple cards or use cards for family members to get more and stock up.

      • Anonymous says:

         Great response, EveyG

      • Megan says:

        Thanks for the response. One last question. Is it limit two of this deal(I could buy 4total since its a buy two deal)?

        • Anonymous says:

          In regards to EB, if it says limit 2, it means 2 EB offers, not 2 items.  So, for ex, in the case of the Colgate it is buy 2, receive EB, then yes you can buy 4 and receive 2 EB offers.

  12. Silvernx211 says:

    I just got a coupon from Cvs for 20% off, but it says it doesn’t work on sale items. Any ideas on how to make the most of it?

    • Anonymous says:

      Use it on items you need and have coupons for but are not on sale. Alot of times I will get like $4 off $20 the same time I get the 20% off, so I will use them at once to maximize the deal.

      • Me too. The cashiers always tell me that if it has an ECB, it’s on sale. My mom always needs items like antibiotic ointment or other healthcare items, so if the stockpile is running low, we buy the CVS brands and use the percentage off coupons. 

        • Anonymous says:

          The percent off coupons always say “Excluding sale or promotion items”…and an  ECB deal is a promotion item. That’s why :)

        • Anonymous says:

          I have used in in products that are not with sale price, that are with regular price, but give you ECBs with a certain amount… 

    • Anonymous says:

      I had this same question earlier today and their are 2 great responses under CVS “Magic Coupon Machine” that explains really well.  This is the rresponse I received from KCL:% coupons exclude sale items, including B1G1 sales. The % coupon is GREAT to use with ECB deals that are not on sale. The following will reduce you % coupons:-$4/$20, $3/$15 coupons (etc)-Forced ECB-$1 Green Bag Tag ECB-Beauty Club ECB
      Any CVS coupon that rings up as a CVS MFR and any Manufacturer coupon will not reduce your % coupon. Hope that helps!

      • Silvernx211 says:

        Thanks for the responses. How can you tell which Extra Bucks deals aren’t on sale? Sorry, I’m still kinda new at this. The last couple things I bought that earned extra bucks were on sale.

        • Anonymous says:

          Any extra bucks deal that does not list a price in the Ad, or a B1G1 deal with it, does not have sale items. For example, this week’s Band-Aid/Neosporin/J&J Extra Bucks deal of Spend $7, Get $3 Extra Bucks does not list sale prices. That means that those items are not on sale, so your 20% coupon will apply and you will still get your $3 Extra Bucks, as long as you spend at least $7 (pre-coupon). Hope that helps!

          • Silvernx211 says:

             Thank you so mcuh for explaining that. So, if you were making a transaction like the Band-Aid example and trying to just buy items that earn extra bucks (that aren’t on sale) would you be better off saving a dollar off coupon for a seperate transaction or using it?

    • Anonymous says:

      Sometimes I go into CVS to buy milk, if I have any extra ECB’s I want to use before they expire. This could also be good to use on that…or any other item you purchase week to week that doesn’t go on sale. 

      • Anonymous says:

        Did not know that you could use EB on milk at CVS.  I know that at Rite Aid, the ups do not work on milk.

        • Anonymous says:

          They do…  I’ve done it before :D

        • Anonymous says:

          Yeah, they don’t exclude dairy items. I’m not sure about Rite Aid (there aren’t any here in Florida)…However, I do know that Walgreens RRs can’t be used on milk or any dairy product (It’s written in the exclusions).

      • Anonymous says:

        I do the same!!!! :D

        • Anonymous says:

          It’s a great way to use those $1.00 – $3.00 ECBs before they expire. It’s even better when they have a promotion on the milk where you can get back a dollar ECB after your purchase! 

          • Anonymous says:

            I wish I could get specials here in South Lousiana for milk, but, unfortunately, there’s usually none because of the dairy law they have here…  So, the most I have been able to do to get cheaper milk is use the % Qs from CVS and ECBs…  :(

    • Fllbrother says:

      I prefer to hold out for 25% or 30% off but when I use thse, I especially like to use BOGOs on non-sale items. The % off is calculated on the full price of both items then the full price for one is deducted as the coupon value. So, for example, two $5 items will be $2 off (20% of $10) plus another $5 off (bogo) for a net cost of $3. 70% off retail is decent. I have gotten lots of free Gilette razors by also combining this type of deal with Gilette promotions like spend $30 get $10 EB.

    • jdubnkate says:

      I often use it when I buy vitamins.  they run bogofree so it wont count on the free one but it does count on the 1st one which is rung up always at reg price.  once i have used that and any coupons, if I have ECB  to use I go ahead and use them for the remainder of the balance.  Never had a problem  If you have an x$ off of X$ to use too just make sure the 30% off doesnt drop your subtotal down too much or use it first since the 30% is only off non sale items.  HTH

    • Anonymous says:

      I love using these to buy milk, which there’s not always a coupon for…  ;) 

  13. Anonymous says:

    KCL if sundays sale starts at my store on saturday at 430 will the $3EB for buying $10 in covergirl print and the $5 eb for buying $15 in covergirl print in the same transaction – for instances if i purchase $15 in covergirl during that ‘double sale’ period will i get the $3 and $5 EB??

    • Lorilynn09 says:

      I was wondering the same thing

    • Anonymous says:

      Most likely if you purchase a Covergirl lip item, it will count towards this week’s CoverGirl Lip deal of Spend $10, Get $3 ECB. Things can get tricky when both ads are running, but CVS never allows you to “double dip”. So basically, the computer will just pick which deal it thinks is best, but sometimes that doesn’t work to your favor!

  14. Jacob Ratliff says:

    What’s an Unreal bar?

  15. Kristensteele28 says:

    Hey guys! Above it says Sunday there should be a $1/1 Colgate coupon and unfortunately I only get the 35 or 50 cent ones. We use these coupons for free toothpaste for our church’s operation christmas child shoeboxes! If youve never heard of it you should check into its cause it’s awesome! It’s fun, easy, a great cause, BUT can be expensive. And I was wondering if anyone has any extra Colgate coupons I could get from you. I’m not asking for you to just give them to me, but I will trade you or pay you “to cut them out for me:)” I buy some on eBay but they get pretty pricey. Anyways I really appreciate If Anyone would like to help us out! Thanks in advance!-KRIS10

  16. katie77 says:

    I have a $5 off $25 vitamins coupon.  If I purchase $25 worth of vitamins, can I use that coupon along with the $4 off of $20, or do I need to purchase $45 worth or items to use both coupons?  Thanks!

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes. :-/

    • Anonymous says:

      One of your coupons will “beep” if you use both coupons (without spending at least $45). It’s up to your cashier if they will force it through or not. For both coupons to be used together, you will need to spend at least $25 of vitamins and also $20 of other items.

    • Elle says:

      You CAN combine $5 off $25 vitamins coupon AND $4 off of
      $20. It is 2 different coupons. No $45 purchase needed only $25. I combined
      them for long time :-)