CVS Extreme Couponing (Week of 7/29): $5.00 or Less

Welcome to this post where we will lay out some extreme couponing deals that will cost you about $5.00 each week! First, here’s everything you need to know about shopping at CVS:

CVS allows one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per product. You may use CVS Extra Bucks (EBs) in addition to these coupons. Extra Bucks are their rewards that are printed at the end of your cash register receipt. These coupons can be used on your next purchase. Remember, if there is a limit in the ad for the Extra Bucks items, this limit is per CVS Extra Care Card.

The best deals to be had at CVS are “Extra Bucks” offers. The best thing about CVS is their rainchecks, which include the “Extra Buck” offers, so you can still get the offer when they have more stock! Get your CVS card so you can enjoy these extreme savings! Be sure and read the CVS coupon policy. You can also go here and review the CVS How To Video.

TRANSACTION #1:

Buy 1 Accu-Chek Nano SmartView Blood Glucose Monitoring System $9.99
Use one $10.00/1 Accu-Chek Nano SmartView System from RP 7/29 (exp 12/31)
Pay Nothing

Buy 1 Carefree Liners, 20-22 ct $0.99
Use one $0.50/1 Carefree product, limit one per person from SS 7/22 (exp 8/31)
Or $0.50/1 Stayfree, Carefree, or o.b. product, excludes trial size, limit one per person from RP 7/29 (exp 8/31)
Pay $0.49

Buy 1 Bengay Pain Relieving Cream Greaseless, 2 oz $5.49, online price
Buy 1, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Use one $2.00/1 – Bengay Product, Excludes Trial Size – (bricks.coupons.com)
Pay $3.49, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks

Buy 2 Milky Way Bars, 2.05 oz $1.19, regular price
Buy One Get One $0.25
Use one $1.00/2 – Milky Bar Single, 1.76 oz – 2.05 oz – (coupons.com)
Pay $0.44

Buy 2 Suave Invisible Antiperspirant Solid, 1.4 oz $1.00
Use two $0.75/1 Suave Deodorant product, excludes trial size from RP 7/29 (exp 8/26)
Pay $0.50 

Total: Pay $4.92, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks

Grand Total: Pay $4.92, Receive $3.00 Extra Bucks so $1.92 plus tax for $22.00 worth of product!

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12 thoughts on “CVS Extreme Couponing (Week of 7/29): $5.00 or Less”

  1. Cakelady2_99 says:

     Last week I had trouble with stacking coupons at CVS on the MARS candy bars . I had 1 manufacture coupon for 75/2 and the CVS machine printed out another 1 for1.00/2 the cashier said I could not use both, but on the Nestle Water she took both the manufacture coupon I had  for 1.00/2 and the  .50 their coupon machine printed out. I don,t under stand their policy on stacking.

    • Lmeyer7716 says:

      cvs does not give overages that is why they gave you trouble.  they can and are supposed to mark down one of the coupons to a lower price so you don’t get an overage but they never seem to know how to do it.  i’ve had issues in the past also.

  2. Guest says:

    The 20% off your entire purchase does not count for sale items. I have a raincheck for a previous item that was on sale last week. Will the 20% discount work for the raincheck price?

  3. blender21 says:

    at my CVS the milkway candy bars are listed as 2 for 2.00 or 1.19 each. so with my .75 off 2 coupon I paid .62 cents each. still not too bad.

  4. Sasha says:

    sorry didn’t finish my comment…where do I get the Red Plum coupons/ It’s not in my Sunday paper coupons…thanks

    • Anonymous says:

      If you don’t get the Red Plum inserts you could ask a family or friend who lives in another area if they get them and have them mail it to you.  The other source is to order from a clipping service.  Just google coupon clipping service to find some names.  Good luck!

  5. Sasha says:

    Hi I want to find the $10.00/1 Accu-Chek Nano SmartView System from RP 7/29

  6. nargisfarooq says:

    kcl the milkyway coupon is 75c/2 insteadof 1.00/2, i just printed one to get some free candy today plus overage on my sunday paper purchase. since the mcm is still printing out the 1.00/2 coupon and today is the last day.

    • I’ve printed both, $1/2 and $.75/2.

    • I had an assistant manager today argue with me over stacking these two coupons at CVS because they couldn’t figure out how to override the register, so they flat out refused to take the coupon. So if the register beeps when you try to stack, don’t be surprised! I had the coupon policy, and the Assistant Manager just rolled his eyes. The whole incident was absolutely unnecessary. I wound up returning everything, leaving the store with my refund and reported it to corporate. 

  7. Nina H. says:

    I noticed the carefree coupons says” limit one per person” ..Is that new wording on coupons?

    • Anonymous says:

      Certain coupons have that wording.  I’ve noticed the Carefree and Stayfree coupons do and the Target store coupons.  Not loving it and hoping it doesn’t trend to more coupons!