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Free Stayfree, Starbucks and More at CVS, Starting 7/22!

Here are a few of the best deals at CVS for the week of 7/22 – 7/28.

Stayfree Pads, 14-24 ct $2.00
Use $2.00/1 Stayfree Product, limit one coupon per person from SS 7/22 (exp 8/31)
Or $0.50/1 – Stayfree Product, limit one coupon per person – (
Final Price: Free

Amp Energy, 16 oz or Starbucks Refreshers, 12 oz Single $1.50
Buy 2, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Pay $3.00, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: Free

All Revlon Nail $4.99
Buy 1, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 6
Use $1.00/1 Revlon Nail product from SS 6/24 (exp 7/29)
Or $1.00/1 Any Revlon Color cosmetic from SS 7/22 (exp 8/26)
Pay $3.99, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $0.99

Advil Liqui-Gels, 20 ct, Caplets or Tablets, 24 ct $2.99
Buy 1, Receive $1.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 2
Use $3.00/2 – Advil, Advil PM or ThermaCare Products – ( No longer available
Or $1.00/1 – Advil Product, 20ct or Larger – (
Or $1.00/1 Advil, 20 ct or larger limit of 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from RP 5/20 (exp 8/31)
Pay $2.98, Receive $2.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $0.49 each, when you buy 2

Renu, 12 oz, Soothe, 0.5 oz or Single-Use, 28 ct $7.99
Buy 1, Receive $4.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Use $3.00/1 Bausch + Lomb Soothe Product from SS 5/20 (exp 7/31)
Or $2.00/1 – Renu Fresh or Renu Sensitive Multi Purpose Solution, 12 oz or Larger – (
Or $2.00/1 – Renu Fresh or Renu Sensitive Multi Purpose Solution, 12 oz or Larger – (
Pay $4.99, Receive $4.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $0.99

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59 thoughts on “Free Stayfree, Starbucks and More at CVS, Starting 7/22!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    My store has tear pads by an end cap of dove chocolate bars $2 off 1 revlon product and 1 dove bar. The dove bars are 2/$3 right now and you can use your cvs .40/2 dove bars getting you 2 revlon nail polish and 2dove bars for $2.58 after eb!

    • Anonymous says:

      Great deal, thanks for sharing!

      • Wandi2k says:

        I couldn’t use the 1/1 Revlon Q from yesterday for the nail polish because it says color cosmetic, anyone had that problem at CVS

        • Anonymous says:

          The $1/1 Revlon Color Cosmetics coupon can be used on nail polish. The coupon may sometimes “beep” depending on which nail polish you buy, but it is valid on all nail polish so it should be forced though.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I went this morning. The stay free pads were all out, they had liners left and I have a lot of those. I’ll wait until they stock up or get a raincheck.

    Also free milky way candy bars! I got 6, they are 2/$1. The red coupon machine spat out $1/2 Mars singles coupons and I held on to the $1/2 milky way candy bar coupon. I love free candy.

    • Anonymous says:

      I hope they stock back up on the Stayfree pads for you! Definitely get a raincheck if they don’t :)

      • Anonymous says:

         I need to remind myself to keep my binder in the car!  I keep forgetting that around my work, there are 4 CVS in close distance and one of them is a 24 hour one!  Although I have a feeling the pads all are out by now…lol.

    • Momsorge says:

       I looked all over and can’t find the Stay Free $1 coupon.

      • Anonymous says:

        The Stayfree coupon is for $2/1. Coupons are regional, but if you got it you can find it in today’s Smart Source insert.

  3. bamabragger says:

    Can anyone explain the Cadbury chock bar deal? Buy 2G1 free and CRT is B1G1 free. So is it , (2.19 ea) pay 4.38 use 2 crt and get 6 for 4.38???  or is is 5 for 4.38??? So confusing!

    • Dipsy Gupta says:

       assuming each bar is priced at 2.19, u would have to pay 4.38 for 3(b2g1).. an additional b1g1 crt will take off another 2.19(assuming it takes off full price ).. so I think it should be 2.19 for 3 ..

  4. Antiguamom says:

    I was in CVS last week and found a booklet of MF coupons on the shelf for $2.00/any Revlon Color Cosmetic.  This includes the nail polish and is pictured on the coupon.  I snagged 2, so they will be free! They might be in your CVS too, so be on the lookout! :)

  5. Teanalm says:

    The $3.00 Advil coupon link says “This coupon has run its course”  

  6. Dipsy Gupta says:

    KCL.. for the first time in my life I bought 10 .50/1 carefree coupons on ebay this week..but when i read these coupon fraud comments n stories , I get terrified.. Is there some website where I can verify the authenticity of these coupons? Or am I better off trashing them ?

    • Anonymous says:

      Typically if the coupon can be found in a Sunday Insert (the $0.50/1 Carefree is in the SS 7/22 insert) then the coupon is most likely valid. Typically, fraudulent coupons are not ones that you can find in a Sunday newspaper and are much higher in value than normal.

  7. KristyG says:

    When it says ” one coupon per person” how would you stock up?

    • Anonymous says:

      When we use a stock up symbol, it is just to let the readers know that the price that item is either a “3 Month Stock Up Price” or a “6 Month Stock Up Price”. Many times when when a price is that good, you can’t actually stock up on that item because of the limits.

  8. It’s in the special offers button:

  9. Anonymous says:

    I noticed that the ad is showing Crest Pro-Health toothpaste for $2.99 with a $2 ECB printing and then on another page it shows a Crest deal where you get a $5 ECB wyb $10 in Crest products and it shows/lists Crest Pro-Health toothpaste, but doesn’t mention a size.  Could this be a possible double-dip?  That’s not very CVS-like, more like a Rite Aid move, so I’m thinking no, but maybe…?

    • Anonymous says:

      CVS doesn’t allow double dips, but that would be nice!

      • bamabragger says:

        What does double dip mean?  “more like a Rite-Aid move” does that mean RiteAid will give double up-rewards on the same product?? 

        • Anonymous says:

          Sort of.  What I meant was that sometimes Rite Aid’s weekly +Up deals overlap with some of their monthly deals, so you can get the +Up for the weekly deal AND the monthly deal if you purchase the right products.  This happens often with P&G products where they’ll offer a $10 +Up for buying $30 worth of P&G products (monthly deal) and $5 +Up when you buy a Gillette razor or some other P&G product (weekly deal).  So if you purchased enough razors, you could get the $10 +Up and the $5 +Up.  Hope that helps!

          • bamabragger says:

            Yeah, I understand what you’re saying. I didn’t realize they would do that. Thanks, good to know!!

    • Canes1999 says:

      one is for 4oz the other is for the larger 5.8oz HTH

  10. bamabragger says:

    Will the P&G Crest .75 off any work on the Crest 3D White? It doesn’t exclude 3D White so why not? Buy one 2.99 – .75 and get $2 EB, that .24 each. Anybody know why not?

    • Anonymous says:

      Unfortunately the $0.75/1 Crest Rinse coupon will not work on the Crest Rinse 8-8.4 oz. The coupon is only valid for 458 ml or larger, which is 15.48 oz or larger. The Crest Rinse is only 8-8.4 oz.

      • bamabragger says:

        But I’m talking about the 3D White toothpaste on the last page of the ad, and the .75 off any Crest toothpaste coupon expires 7/31, 4 oz or more. Sorry I should have said toothpaste! lol

        • Anonymous says:

          Sorry I mis-understood! Yes, you can use the $0.75/1 Crest Toothpaste for the deal. You can find the in the weekly coupon match-up’s post that will be posted on our site today :)

  11. Susie says:

    Is there a limit for the Starbucks Refresher? I have some 1/1 coupons that I found in a tear pad at Target. This could me a MM :)

    • Sarah says:

      I have $1/1 coupons as well and am wondering the same question.. if there is a limit? I could ask family to make a CVS trip!

    • Anonymous says:

      The Extra Bucks deal limit is only 1. You can still purchase more at $1.50 each, and with your coupon they would only be $0.50, but the Extra Bucks will only print one time. Great $2 moneymaker for you!

  12. Spamnaospam says:

    I have looked everywhere for the stayfree coupon and don’t see it. All the coupon preview sites do not mention it am I missing something?

    • Karen says:

      Looks like it will be in this Sundays inserts, it says 7/22 :)

    • jane11 says:

      It is for this coming Sunday, they may not have them in stock yet?  Try ebay…but they can be more expensive there.

      • Spamnaospam says:

        I always look for it here: and there is no mention of it. Also I looked at klip2save and nothing there. eBay does have it but yes it is expensive. I am wondering if the CVS ad is wrong and there will be no coupon for it this Sunday. 

      • Spamnaospam says:

        wait I am blind. I just saw it on I guess I will be buying some extra papers this week.

      • Anonymous says:

        Jane, you mentioned coupons from ebay – did you see the big coupon fraud bust in Phoenix a couple of weeks ago? – the authorities said the majority of coupons on ebay are fraudulent and you can be arrested for buying and using!  

        • Anonymous says:

          I read about that and that’s why I have always been very reluctant about buying Qs online…  :-/  Now, I’m even MORE reluctant… :-/

          • Dipsy Gupta says:

            how can verify the authenticity of these coupons? I bought 10 .50/1 stayfree for the first time today.. but dont think Ill ever use it ! Not worth the hassle.

            • Anonymous says:

              I really don’t know and that’s why I have been reluctant to buy coupons online…  Check KCL’s article about this.  She gives some good advice about it… ;)

            • Dipsy Gupta says:

              I did ..didn’t resolve my conflict though :-|..

            • Anonymous says:

              I know…  She doesn’t really say yay or nay…  I wish I could help you…  Sorry… :-/

            • bamabragger says:

              I buy ocassionally from ebay and never had any problems. As long as you didn’t buy from that particular group of people it should be fine and I didn’t see anything that said the majority of ebay cpns are fraud. I think the majority are legit. The articles I read were talking about high value coupons that make the items free (like free bottles of tide)! If they look like they were clipped from a insert with junk on the back they should be fine. If they look weird on card stock or something you can call the Stayfree company and verify but that’s not even high value so I wouldn’t worry about it.!

            • Anonymous says:

              The counterfeit coupons were really  high value coupon off and for free item. They looks like the really nice tear pad coupons. These high value coupon were not in ciruclation and normal couponers  never heard or seen them. Furthermore, there were no expiration on them.  These are usaully warning signs that screams fraud. 

              KCL did mention never  to buy any coupon that is for a FREE product and for really high value coupons. Your coupon is more than likely legit. It comes out this sat/sunday depending when you get your newspaper. The only three ways i know to verify is to call the stay free  corporation and to check your coupon with your newspaper insert. You can also go to the coupon and they give you list of fraud coupons.  
              I have bought coupons online before and never had a problem. But i knew these coupons came out and mind were low value and no free item ones.  And this is my two cents; people that make fraud coupons will usually go for high value items not a $0.50, waste of time an ink if you think about it. hth.

    • The link took me to a “sign up” for coupon on their main page.  You have to have the coupon printer program.

  13. Anonymous says:

    I haven’t see the Starbucks Refreshers yet at CVS.  Bummer cause I still have printables for $1 off, could have been a money maker!

    • Jen Trimble says:

      for the longest time my CVS had them sitting on the floor by the photo department! did you try asking the manager? if they dont get them in….maybe they could pull some from another store for you :)

    • Horsiechix says:

      I have the $1 off ones still too. :)

    • Heather25 says:

      The ones I bought were in the cooler up front (GA).

    • Coupon Cal says:

       I have seen them in refrigerator, at times in a display that attaches to the inside of the fridge window.

    • Anonymous says:

      I feel the same way – I have had my Refreshers coupons for a long time now – good for $1.00 ea. and don’t expire until Dec 2012 (!) and I got a Rain Check for these the 1st time I went because I couln’t find them and they had ECB’s printing for them at that time as well. This was MONTHS ago….now I look EVERY time I go CVS (we have two in town) and I’ve never seen them in either one of my stores! :(
      Good luck – hope you find them! :)