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Pain Relief, As Low As Free at CVS!

I always have to wonder what stores are hinting at when certain coupons are released. There were interesting reports this week of a few readers who received a “PMS Support” coupon. Just what are you trying to tell us, CVS? This week there is a pain relief theme. Back-to-school pain? Getting ready for cold season? Who knows! We have several variations of pain relief coupons printing this week from the CVS Coupon machine. Each of them makes for an awesome deal. Take a look and let us know which deal you’re able to get this week:

Children’s Advil, 1 oz $2.37, regular price
Use $1.50/1 – Advil Children’s Product, limit 4 like coupons in same shopping trip – (facebook.com)
Or $1.00/1 – Advil Children’s Product – (advil.com)
And use $2.00/1 Any Children’s Advil Product, CVS Coupon Machine Week of 9/2
Final Price: Free

 

Buy 2 Bayer Chewable Low Dose, 36 ct $3.19, regular price
Use two $1.00/1 – Bayer Aspirin Product, 24 ct or larger – (coupons.com)
Or $1.00/1 – Bayer Aspirin Product, 24ct or Larger – (facebook.com)
And use $3.00/2 Bayer Aspirin Products, CVS Coupon Machine Week of 9/2
Final Price: $0.69 each, when you buy 2

 

Advil PM Caplets, 20+10 ct $5.99, regular price
Use $1.00/1 – Advil P.M, 16ct or Larger – (advil.com)
Or $1.00/1 – Advil Product, 20ct or Larger – (advil.com)
And use $2.00/1 Any Advil PM (excludes 4 ct), CVS Coupon Machine Week of 9/2
Final Price: $2.99

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14 thoughts on “Pain Relief, As Low As Free at CVS!”

  1. Deb says:

    what city has children’s advil for $2.37?

  2. Ericka W. says:

    There is a AWESOME Dr. Pepper Deal at Target — TODAY ONLY
    Dr. Pepper 12 pack Cans $2.50 for 3 cases (Temporary Price Cut) $1 a 12-pack
    -$1/1 12-pk Dr. Pepper soda Target Coupon x9/22
    -$1.00 off on (1) 24-pack or (2) 12-packs any flavor

  3. lia says:

    i would believe they are hinting at the recent lawsuits that are popping up related to a fatal rash caused by children advil and the advertisements for legal representation in the case of the side effects

  4. Chelsea says:

    This was a great deal for me it was $1.61 money maker thank you

  5. Corey says:

    It’s not in the ad but my Target has 4oz bottles of Children’s Advil for $4.79..get a $5 gift card when you buy two..so with the 1.50 MC’s they’re only 0.79! They have chewables and others included but they’re $5 something.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I havent gotten any of these :/ That machine has been pretty stingy lately

  7. jeri67 says:

    I got a school supply coupon yesterday

  8. rgabrie01 says:

    I went to CVS today and i did not get any of the coupons listed . I received 3 coupons but none for the advil deals. Does it vary from CVS to CVS? I am NW Suburbs in IL

    • Anonymous says:

      All these coupons are randoms..I don’t think it would matter at what CVS store you scan at because those crt coupons were sent to your card and the machine prints it out for you..hth..

  9. Lori says:

    will this work for the infants advil? Baby is teething and we are going through quite a bit of this!!

    • asw0627 says:

      They are converting all the infant concentrated drops to the same dosage as the children’s suspension. I have a toddler who’s younger than the age limit for the children’s Advil but the doctor told me I could give it to him and what dosage was accurate. I confirmed with a pharmacist. As long as you’re giving them the correct dosage for weight and height and not confusing the dosage for concentrated drops with the dosage for childrens liquid then you’re fine. You can ask your doctor about this. I’m just making a suggestion from one mom to another. (And just in case the infants is not included.)

  10. RecentGrad says:

    Just a note! Some of the coupons that were reported to be printing from the CVS coupon machine were actually available on my ECB account online. So even if it didn’t print for you in the machine, it might be online!