Help your kiddo sleep better with a sweet deal on GoodNites at CVS. They are currently on sale and part of an Extra Bucks promotion. There is a CVS store coupon to stack with it, making this deal about as good as it gets with a 76% savings! The “Spend $30.00″ promotion includes many items, so the possibilities are endless. To see all participating items, check out this week’s CVS matchups.





Buy 3 GoodNites Underwear $9.49, sale price through 8/18
Buy 1 Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick $2.99, sale price through 8/18
Spend $30.00, Receive $10.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Use two $2.00/1 – Goodnites Underwear, Jumbo Pack or Larger – (
And use one $2.00/1 – Goodnites Underwear, Jumbo Pack or Larger – (
Or $2.00/1 – Goodnites Underwear, Jumbo Pack or Larger – (
Or $1.00/1 – Goodnites Underwear – (
And use one $1.00/1 Speed Stick Regular or Lady Speedstick, excluding 2 oz, 1.4 oz and 0.5 oz Sizes from SS 8/12 (exp 9/1)
And use one $2.00/1 – Goodnites Underwear, Limit One per Customer, CVS Coupon – (
Pay $22.46, Receive $10.00 Extra Bucks
GoodNites Underwear, Only $3.12 at CVS!Final Price: $3.12 each, when you buy all 4

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17 thoughts on “GoodNites Underwear, Only $3.12 at CVS!”

  1. Kathy says:

    I accidently gave the cashier both off my cvs coupons in one transaction and it went threw :)

  2. mom2boyz says:

    Could you do this in two transactions, buying two packs each time and still get the $10 reward?  I believe CVS does track this.  Also could you use the CVS coupon in each transaction (two Mq’s and one CVS q in each transaction), bringing down the total?

    • Anonymous says:

       You can definitely separate transactions over multiple trips, and use more CVS coupons :) Yes, all your purchases are tracked over time toward the reward!

  3. Dlsb912 says:

    I have an issue with the suggestions to use one ‘’ AND one ‘’ coupon.  Are these coupons not BOTH manufacturers coupons?  Manufacturers coupons can not be stacked, right? So really it should be an use either/or not use both.  I’d love to be wrong about this so if I am please tell me what you know that I don’t. :)

    • Anonymous says:

       You are not stacking 3 coupons on one product. You are buying THREE packages. You are using 2 coupons from one source and 1 from another (because of print limits on computers), totaling 3 coupons to be used on THREE products. This is not stacking, it is abiding by the “one coupon per purchase” stipulation. HTH.

  4. Patricia3446 says:

    Could a $4 off $20 baby purchase be used towards this

  5. Kathy says:

    How can you use 4 coupons on 3 pkgs of goodnites? Am I missing something :)

    • Couponlee1 says:

      I’m trying to figure that out as well….

    • Anonymous says:

      3 manufacturer coupons and one CVS Store coupon. The CVS coupon is limited to one per customer, otherwise we would have suggested 2 more :)

      • Teresa Luna says:

        For those CVS coupons, if you try to use more than 1 of the same coupon in a transaction, they will beep. These go by transactions. If you were to break up those 3 Goodnites into 3 transactions, they would go through each time – for someone who’s wondering how to use 3 of the CVS coupons

  6. Melissa says:

    will the $10 extrabucks still work because if your using all the coupons then you are not actually spending $30?

    • Anonymous says:

       You only need to meet the required threshold before coupons :) Think of coupons as your form of payment, not a discount. HTH!

      • Anonymous says:

        For the CVS $10 EB from spending $30, do you think $29.45 would count? I really only need 1 pack of these and 4 Wisk detergents. Trying to make the math work before I go today, since it’s the last day of the sale.

  7. Kwind31 says:

    The coupons say do not double.  How can you get them for $3.12 each? 

    • Anonymous says:

       No doubling suggested here, you just need to use the suggested number of coupons (6 total) to get the payment price of $22.46. Final price is after the rewards :)