Does holiday stress have you sweating? Stay dry with a great, upcoming deal at CVS! Rush to print two coupons for Dry Idea Antiperspirant. Both coupons are located on coupons.com, but one is a CVS coupon and the other is a manufacturer coupon. Hold them until 11/4 and then stack the coupons at CVS to score this deal:

 

 

 

 

 

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30 thoughts on “Dry Idea Antiperspirant $0.10 at CVS, Starting 11/4!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thank you. I now have 8 of the $1 coupons and 4 of the $3/2 coupons. :) (I have access to two computers)

    • Chickenwang555 says:

      I have 3 $1 and 4 of the other coupons. :D Stocking time. I’m glad it helped you out!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good tip!

  3. Wendee says:

    I tried to get the CVS coupon using the 77477 and went to local coupons but could not find the $1 off CVS coupon. What am i doing wrong? Thanks!

  4. Maverick Jack says:

    Is there a limit to this deal?

  5. vtgal says:

    Can you use the CVS coupon with the $3/2 since it says “not valid with other coupons”??

  6. Jess says:

    I’m not seeing the $1 coupon

  7. guisi says:

    If they are Buy One Get One Free and we used two $1.00/1 and one $3.00/2 coupons, wouldn’t that make it an 81 cent moneymaker?

    • Maverick Jack says:

      CVS will adjust down the coupon to cover the price of the item so there is no overage allowed. Moneymakers happen at CVS when you receive ExtraCare Bucks back on a purchase in an amount greater than what you spent on the items to get the ECB.

      • guisi says:

        Oh cool, I get it. But still, wouldn’t that be a waste of a $1 coupon? Isn’t it better to pay the 19 cents for two and then do the deal all over again? I know free is great but 10 cents each is pretty good, too!

        • Maverick Jack says:

          It all depends on the price of the deodorant in your area. KCL has an online price posted. If it’s $4.19 at my store, I’ll do the deal twice and pay the remainder OOP but if it’s more expensive (I’ve seen at as high at $4.99), I’ll be happy to just get two for free. Hope this helps!
          Sent from Jackie’s iPhone

      • Anonymous says:

        That’s not always true, if you know that your coupon value is more than the items being purchased then add another item and it usually will pay that overage toward the next item. For instance if your cpn is $2 and one item cost $1.50 then the register will pay .50 toward another item. HTH

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, but the only way to work that is to add another item. So you could add a Coke for .88 cents and pay only .07 cents OOP and not lose the overage from your coupons!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Thanks. I can always use free deodorant.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Ooh, thanks so much for the heads up!

  10. stwt2003 says:

    i cant find the cvs coupon how do u change zip

    • claribel0986 says:

      go to the tab that says ” local coupons” and u change it…

    • Anonymous says:

      Click local..enter zip code..click on coupons and should take you there.. hth..

    • Anonymous says:

      Change the zip code this way: Click on Local Coupons. The zip code box should appear in the upper left corner. Change the zip as needed and click on Coupons to see all offers.

  11. Butterfly29 says:

    I just printed both coupons 2 each and hopefully when I get home I can get more.

  12. Peggle says:

    How in the world do you get 2 cvs coupons to print?

  13. Chickenwang555 says:

    I got one of each BUT will CVS still take a store coupon and a Manufacturer coupon if the 3/2 says not valid with other coupons for the same item?

  14. Bona says:

    When you say “online price,” does that mean this deal won’t be found instores but will have to be ordered online?

    • Anonymous says:

      KCL is just giving you the price that is online to give you an idea of the cost..you will need to do this deal in the store to use your coupons..

    • Anonymous says:

      Luvflowers, thanks for answering! No, the online price just gives you an idea of the price in-store, so that you can plan. Expect to find Dry Idea for about $4.19 at your store. You don’t actually do the deal online : )

  15. ch says:

    no more coupons