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Free Colgate, Cheap Dawn, DermaSilk, and More at CVS, Starting 9/16!

Here are a few of the best deals at CVS for the week of 9/16 – 9/22.

Colgate Total Toothpaste, 4-4.2 oz $2.99
Buy 1, Receive $2.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 2
Use $1.00/1 Colgate Optic White, Total Advanced or Sensitive Pro-Relief, 4 oz or larger, limit 4 like coupons per shopping trip from SS 9/9 (exp 9/29)
Or $0.75/1 – Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste – (colgate.com)
Pay $1.99, Receive $2.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $0.01 Moneymaker

Dawn Dish Detergent, Olay Hand Renewal 9-10.3 oz $0.99
Use $0.75/1 Dawn Hand Renewal, Power Clean, Bleach Alternative or Oxi, excludes trial/travel size, limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 8/26 (exp 9/30)
Or $1.00/2 Dawn Hand Renewal, Power Clean, Bleach Alternative or Oxi, excludes trial/travel size, limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 8/26 (exp 9/30)
Or $0.50/1 Dawn, excludes trial/travel size, limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 8/26 (exp 9/30)
Or $1.00/2 Dawn, excludes trial/travel size, limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 8/26 (exp 9/30)
Final Price: $0.24

DermaSilk Flawless Wrinkle Repair, 1 oz. $29.99, regular price
Buy 1, Receive $10.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 1
Use $10.00/1 Dermasilk Full Size Product, CVS Reinventing Beauty Magazine, Summer 2012 (exp 9/30)
Or $5.00/1 DermaSilk, Full Size from RP 8/26 (exp 9/18)
Or $5.00/1 DermaSilk, Full Size from RP 9/16 (exp 10/16)
And use $5.00/1 Dermasilk, Any, CVS Coupon Machine Week of 9/9
Pay $14.99, Receive $10.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $4.99

Physician’s Formula pH Matchmaker Lip Gloss $9.99, online price
Spend $10.00, Receive $7.00 Extra Bucks on Any Physician’s Formula Cosmetics, excludes clearance, Limit 1
Use $1.00/1 Physicians Formula Cosmetic product, excludes trial sizes, limit 1 coupon per item purchased, not valid with any other offer from SS 6/3 (exp 9/30)
Or $1.00/1 Physicians Formula Product from SS 8/12 (exp 11/30)
Pay $8.99, Receive $7.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $1.99

Truvia, 40 ct $3.00
Use $2.00/1 Truvia Baking Blend With Sugar Or Truvia Natural Sweetener from RP 9/16 (exp 12/10)
Final Price: $1.00

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29 thoughts on “Free Colgate, Cheap Dawn, DermaSilk, and More at CVS, Starting 9/16!”

  1. AudreysMommy says:

    Where can you find the CVS Reinventing Beauty Magazine?

  2. Lesli Holton says:

    Their ad says 7 in one transaction. I went the other night thinking I would have to wait to the next day to get more, but the kid running the register said I could do another transaction. Long story short, 20 Dawn Hand Renewals in 3 transactions in two days, 2 different stores! Yay me!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Can I buy ten of this Dawn Hand renewal…I hav ten coupons worth 75 cents each making them 24 cents each.

  4. Angela Leslie says:

    I’m new to all this. So with CVS you are basically paying for everything your first purchase (minus coupons) then when you do your next purchase you use the extra bucks. I’m just really confused with the way the extra bucks works. Thanks for any help :)

    • karen says:

      Your extra bucks print out at the end of your purchase. You can then have a second cart and use the bucks to purchase those items (please do this on a slow day with no one behind you)… or you can put together another list and go the next day and use the bucks then! I just went to Rite Aid today with 18.00 in coupons from yesterday. Stopped in to get a few other things and get a flu shot. Walked out with 30.00 plus dollars in items and OOP (out of pocket) was 2.14……

    • Candace Franko says:

      The “final price” is kind of like what you pay if you thought of the Extra Bucks you receive as cash back. It’s a reference to let you know if it’s a good deal. The “Pay $X, Receive $X Extra Bucks” is how the transaction actually breaks down. Look at the Physician’s Formula example above. If you have the 1.00 coupon and no Extra Bucks to use (since it’s your first trip), you will pay $8.99 OOP (out-of-pocket) and receive $7.00EB to spend on your next transaction. I currently have $6.00 in Extra Bucks to spend, so I would pay $6.00EB + 2.99 OOP, and receive 7.00EB. So you do pay more OOP on your first trip, but as soon as you start getting those EBs you’ll be on your way to saving much more.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, the rewards come after the purchase. There are two general ways to approach using the Extra Bucks (EBs) to save: Multiple transactions and very low out-of-pocket, “rolling” rewards from one transaction to pay for the next etc. Or, fewer transactions, higher out-of-pocket, and walk out the door with a handful of EBs for next time. Of course, there are many approaches along the continuum, but that’s pretty much the idea ;)

  5. MJ says:

    How much do the Reinventing Beauty magazine ususally cost?

  6. MommyA says:

    Apart from the hand renewal, can the other dawn coupon, .50/1 be used for any variety? I wasn’t sure earlier when I was at walgreens, if it’s going to be on sale at CVS, definitely want to use my coupons.

  7. lizardc926 says:

    I believe your math for Dermasilk is off by $5.00. $29.99 minus $10.00 EB, minus $5.00 coupon from CVS machine, minus $5.00 coupon from RP = $9.99 not $4.99. Am I missing something to make it $4.99?

  8. Monti says:

    Has anyone else heard anything about the Dawn Hand Renewal being discontinued? I tried to get a rain check the last time it was on sale at CVS and the cashier told me they wouldn’t be getting more in because it is being discontinued. I haven’t heard anything about it anywhere else.

    • kelly says:

      i was able to get 8 rain checks for the dawn hand renewal the last time it was on sale.

    • Anonymous says:

      It is pictured in their ad this week :) HTH!

      • Monti says:

        That’s why I’m so confused. I kept wondering why P&G would release a separate coupon for that product and why CVS would have it in their ads if it was being discontinued. Maybe the cashier got it confused with something else. I might have to check the other CVS in my area.

    • Anonymous says:

      You should always get the raincheck just in case. WAYYYY too many times the cashier has said things like that and said that the manf was not sending out a lot because they put the coupon out and blahblahblah. its worth having the raincheck just in case

  9. jcompton1989 says:

    Is there a CVS in beaverton oregon?