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Moneymaker on Advil Products at CVS!

This was a nice surprise in our Red Plum insert today: A mail-in rebate for select Advil products! It stacks beautifully with a manufacturer coupon and an ExtraBucks promotion this week at CVS! Pay only $6.99 out-of-pocket on your choice of a participating item, after using a $1.00/1 coupon. Receive $1.00 ExtraBucks on your receipt, good for your next in-store purchase. Then submit your mail-in rebate for the purchase price, (up to $6.00).

Update: this deal just got better, with a $2.00/1 printable coupon from Facebook!

 

Advil Congestion Relief, Allergy Sinus, 20 ct or Cold & Sinus, 32-40 ct $7.99
Buy 1, Receive $1.00 ExtraBucks, Limit 1, through 10/20
Use $2.00/1 – Advil Congestion Relief Product – (facebook.com)
Or $1.00/1 Advil Congestion Relief, Allergy & Congestion Relief, Cold & Sinus or Allergy Sinus, limit 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from RP 10/14 (exp 1/6)
Or $1.00/1 – Advil Respiratory Product – (advil.com)
And use Mail-in Rebate, up to $6.00 on Advil Congestion Relief, Allergy & Congestion Relief, Cold & Sinus or Allergy Sinus, 10 ct or larger from RP 10/14 (exp 10/28)
Pay $6.99, Receive $1.00 ExtraBucks, and Submit $6.00 Rebate
Final Price: $1.01 Moneymaker

Here’s another great way to turn this item into a Moneymaker. Using a CVS Coupon, available on their website, stacked with a manufacturer coupon. Here’s how:

Advil Congestion Relief, Allergy Sinus, 20 ct or Cold & Sinus, 32-40 ct $7.99
Buy 1, Receive $1.00 ExtraBucks, Limit 1, through 10/20
Use $2.00/1 – Advil Congestion Relief Product – (facebook.com)
Or $1.00/1 Advil Congestion Relief, Allergy & Congestion Relief, Cold & Sinus or Allergy Sinus, limit 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from RP 10/14 (exp 1/6)
Or $1.00/1 – Advil Respiratory Product – (advil.com)
And use $6.00/1 – Any Advil Congestion Relief Product, CVS Coupon – (cvs.com)
Pay Nothing, Receive $1.00 ExtraBucks
Final Price: $1.00 Moneymaker


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27 thoughts on “Moneymaker on Advil Products at CVS!”

  1. cayacoup says:

    Um…Is my math off? $7.99 – $6 cvs cpn – $2 mfr cpn – $6 rebate makes it a $6 MM, right? Also, did anyone notice if $6/1 cpn rang up as cvs or cvs mfr cpn (I don’t have my receipt on me)? If it rang up as cvs mfr, the 25% off cpn I used makes it an $8MM…

  2. Martin3 says:

    If anyone needs a rebate form, I have an extra one I can send to you.

  3. Olivia says:

    Use $6 off Advil Congestion CVS coupon on their website plus $2 off manufacturer from facebook to make this free with the sale! Plus you get a $1 ECB making $1 money maker!

  4. Maura says:

    On CVS’s homepage there’s a CVS coupon for $6.00 off any Advil Sinus and Decongestion product. It’s a PDF coupon so you can print as many as you want. Combined with the $2.00 coupon, it makes this a $1.00 money maker in terms of extrabucks and then there’s the rebate for an additional $6.00. I went to my store this morning and didn’t have any issues with this deal. It expires on Saturday

    • Butterfly29 says:

      Thanks I just saw that this morning as well, I bought 1 last night but with this great stock up price I will just go back for more because it’s free

  5. rachealtanner says:

    Just wondering where exactly to find this rebate at. I have my Redplum coupon paper from this past Sunday and I don’t see anything. Thanks! :0)

    • Anonymous says:

      It should be in there, right next to the advil coupon. If it’s not, it looks like it may have been regional?

  6. Kleffnote says:

    is there another place where i can get the rebate form?

    • Anonymous says:

      Not that I’m aware of. But, these things sometimes pop up online. We’ll keep our eyes open!

  7. jesmitty says:

    OR Rite Aid has them on sale for $6.00, use $1.00 off coupon. After $6.00 mail-in rebate, $1.00 moneymaker! Happy shopping :)

  8. Anonymous says:

    For anyone who didn’t receive the ECB when buying this, make sure you bought the right one! At my store, there were two spaces on the shelf: one spot had the 10-ct for $7.99 regular price, the other spot was the 20-ct on SALE for $7.99. The box is identical, the only difference is the count in the corner. It would be an easy mistake to pick up the wrong one.

  9. Choua Lee says:

    i just got back from doing this deal but how come i didnt get $1.00 ExtraBucks on my receipt! should i go back to cvs?

    • uthorns1976 says:

      I would or call customer service. Going back to the store would probably be better.

    • Anonymous says:

      There are only a few specific products participating. Were the items you got marked at your store?

  10. My Sunday paper had $2 Advil Coupons inside a little pocket on the plastic bag! Bonus! There were 3 of them, one for any advil, one for Children’s Advil and one for PM advil!

  11. Monica says:

    I think that Walgreens has a better deal on it this week. They’re on sale for $6 and you can submit for a $6 rebate, but there are printable $2/1 coupons which make them a $2 moneymaker!

    • MamaG30 says:

      I thought if you submitted the rebate they will reimburse you what you paid…so if they cost $6, less $2 coupon then they will send you a $4 rebate? Anyone know for sure?

      • Anonymous says:

        The rebate form states that you will receive a rebate for the “purchase price,” which is the sale price. Generally, rebates do not exclude the use of coupons as your form of payment, unless they state so explicitly.

        • Ronald says:

          I used Extrabucks to purchase mine, so since it was $7.99, will I still get $6.00 rebate? I ended up only paying around .50 cents…

          • Anonymous says:

            You will get $6.00, since the “purchase price” was $7.99, but the limit on the rebate is $6.00. It does not matter how you paid for it (ExtraBucks, coupons, etc). The rebate form has you circle the purchase price, which is $7.99. HTH.

    • Kellie Harris says:

      The one at Walgreens is only 10ct, but CVS is 20ct so this actually seems like a better deal.

  12. Caitlin says:

    Does anyone know if these are regular price or a sale item? Wondering if I can use my 20% coupon.