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John Frieda Full Repair Products $3.49 at CVS

I had to do a double take at these sale tags at CVS! The entire line of John Frieda Full Repair products is priced at just $4.99 each. This includes some styling items that are normally $9.49! Add a nice coupon to the mix and save up to 63%! Check your CVS to see if it’s participating in this unadvertised sale. Remember–if you don’t see a tag, scan, scan, scan!

Buy 1 John Frieda Full Repair Styling Spray, 4 oz or Other Styler or Treatment $4.99, sale price through 8/25
Buy 1 John Frieda Shampoo or Conditioner, 8.45 oz $4.99, sale price through 8/25
Use one $3.00/2 John Frieda Full Repair Styler or Treatment AND Full Repair Shampoo or Conditioner from SS 7/15 (exp 8/25)
Final Price: $3.49 each, when you buy both

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5 thoughts on “John Frieda Full Repair Products $3.49 at CVS”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi all! There was also a coupon Save $10 on any John Frieda Precision Foam Colour with purchase of any John Frieda Shampoo AND Conditioner (I can’t remember which RP or SS it came from). So, here’s a scenario:

    Buy 1 John Frieda Full Repair Shampoo, 8.45 oz $4.99, sale price through 8/25
    Buy 1 John Frieda Conditioner, 8.45 oz $4.99, sale price through 8/25
    Buy 1 John Frieda Precision Foam Colour $12.99, online price
    Use one $3.00/2 John Frieda Full Repair Styler or Treatment AND Full Repair Shampoo or Conditioner from SS 7/15 (exp 8/25)
    AND Use one $10/1 on any John Frieda Precision Foam Colour with purchase of any John Frieda Shampoo AND Conditioner (exp 09/09)
    AND Use 20% off CVS Beauty Coupon
    Final Price: $2.89 each, when you buy all 3

    • stella says:

      so its possible to combine the 3.00 coupon ( shampoo and conditioner) with the $10.00 john frieda hair color coupons together

  2. Letty says:

    can you use the 20% off beauty coupon for this??

    • Anonymous says:

      Shampoo is an included product, but normally the %-off coupons do not work on sale items. The 20% beauty coupon doesn’t explicitly state that restriction, but readers are saying that it is the case anyway.