This week at CVS, select Finish dishwashing products are on sale and part of a CVS Cash Card promotion. Some lucky readers will have also received a very high value insert coupon in today’s SmartSource! This is possibly regional, so not everyone will get it. But it’s worth mentioning because of the significant savings it offers. These are regularly priced at $5.99–$6.99, so save up to 74% on Finish products with this coupon and sale price!

The limit is 2 coupons per shopping trip, so you won’t be able to meet the promotional threshold in one trip, but if you add in other participating items from the promotion, you can save more on your bottom line!

 

Finish Gelpacs, 20 ct $4.00, sale price through 1/12
Spend $30.00, Receive $10.00 CVS Cash Card, through 1/12, Limit 5
Use $2.15/1 Finish Powerball, Gelpacs or Quantum, 20ct or higher, limit 2 like coupons per shopping trip from SS 1/6 (exp 2/9)
Final Price: $1.85

 

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43 thoughts on “Finish Gelpacs, Only $1.85 at CVS!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    how did you get them for $3.00 off a box? I went there and they were on sale for $9.99 I scanned 3 at the checkout and no $3.00 came off, I also checked the j4u too and didn’t see anything. thank you and good job :)

    • Anonymous says:

      I did this deal on 1/6 and unfortunately it was a 3 day sale til 1/8. I’m bummed b/c I wanted to go back and get more after acquiring more $2.15/1 M.Q.

  2. JL says:

    Today I bought 6 All detergents and 3 Finish gelpacs. Together they are $36. Which well over $30. But somehow the machine did not print out my $10EB. I looked at the receipt it says I only buy $24 of product. I explained to this teenage cashier. She looked at the receipt and said I only buy $26 of product, limit does not reached. I told her, I did, 9X$4 = $36. She took out her cellphone and keep doing the math on it. She knew I am right. At the end, this is what she said “you did not meet the limit but i will give it to you this time.” I was so mad, I did not argue because there is a line there. I will not go back to that CVS again. Why are these cashiers keep thinking that we are trying to scam them. Urrgghh…still mad

    • recumbentrider says:

      the finish didn’t track… lots of people reporting this issue :(

    • Anonymous says:

      Some boxes of Finish are apparently not activating. Look at your receipt and you’ll see that they also didn’t ring up for the correct price ($4). I would take back your receipt and have them force-print your EB and give you a refund for the difference in price.

  3. sarah says:

    I know Bartells and CVS are one in the same.. but i;ve never heard of the Cashcard, does Bartell Drugs run this as well?

  4. MeMe Gray says:

    Woohhhooo. They are in the Atlanta area.

  5. Julie says:

    I was told by a couponing friend that she used 8 coupons to buy 8 of these in one shopping trip for a total of $0.79 each and to get the $10 in CVS cash. I live in NM and did not find any Finish Gelpack inserts in my SS, so I guess it is a regional insert ::sad::

    • Anonymous says:

      The coupon is limited to 2 per person. Unfortunately, not everyone follows these restrictions.

  6. Liz Springer says:

    We dont get the SS in my town and all the good coupons seem to be in the SS.

  7. Holly Smith says:

    what SS was this in? how do you distinguish between the 3 SS?

    • Nollie says:

      The one with Air wick front page. Hth

    • Anonymous says:

      You’ll have to look through them. Unfortunately, even the covers will vary by region. I could tell you what was on the front cover of mine (lean cuisine) but that will likely not help you, as you can see from Nollie’s comment ;)

  8. Amanda L. Shanklin says:

    We received it in the Raleigh, NC area! Thanks for posting!

  9. lily says:

    i was expecting this coupon and did not get it :( i did get the stayfree, 1st time in 6 month couponing lol

  10. Josh says:

    got in today in the dallas morning news. its about time we get rare coupons in the paper here!

  11. Bobella says:

    I got this deal today! To get my $30 total, I bought 4 finish gel packs and 4 all laundry detergents. Each item was $4 and I had 4 $2.15/1 finish coupons and 4 $2/All laundry detergent. I paid a little less than $15 and got my $10 ecb. :)

  12. Stac says:

    Would someone help out this old lady who can’t figure out how they came up with the $1.85 price? I’m figuring you must purchase 8 to reach over the $30 mark and can only use two coupons. $32-2.15-2.15-10=$17,708=$2.21 each? Thanks

    • the price is $4…. $4-$2.15=$1.85

    • Shae says:

      CVS will keep track of your spending so you can go in on one day and purchase two Finish and use your coupon. Then you can come back ANOTHER day and buy more. Keep going back until you get your eight! On the last day that you go in buy them, you should be able to get the cvs cash card. I hope that I explained that clearly enough.

  13. jaimchl says:

    I was going to get these today but Meijer (live in Michigan) had them on sale for 2.69 so they were $.54 ea. :-)

    • sarah says:

      I miss shopping at Meijer! I live in St. Louis and there isn’t one around =(

    • Candace Barbera says:

      I live in Michigan also and used to always shop at Meijer, I haven’t though since I started with this site because of it not having Meijer breakdowns. Do you find a lot of deals couponing at Meijer? I have switched to Kroger and the drugstores mainly now

      • ladonna says:

        There is a Detroit based match-up site that does a great job with Meijer – bargainstobounty

      • jaimchl says:

        I do like this week i got laundry detergent for 1.99, jello for .10,McCormick seasonings for .50 and even some clearance toys. Ladonna is correct bargains is where i get my matchups for Meijer….hth

  14. Diane says:

    I got a coupon in the L.A. Times today for $2.15 : )

  15. I did not see the coupon in the Sacramento bee. Does anyone know if it was in the San Francisco? Or any paper in nor cal?

  16. Monica says:

    do i have to spend 30 before or after coupons???

    • Anonymous says:

      Your total has to reach $30 before coupons.

    • Jenn Gill says:

      Before coupons

    • Marie says:

      It’s always before coupons and tax. Your coupons are a form of payment (like cash or credit card). So if you have $30 worth of participating items (or 98% which is $29.40 because at CVS you only need 98% close enough), you are good to go! Use your coupons and previous EB if you have any to bring the total price down.

      Sign up to receive their emails through their Beauty Club and you’ll get $4 off $20 coupon in addition to the usual spend $50 in Beauty products get $5 EB. HTH

  17. Caren Beatty says:

    I noticed the “Cash Card” ads this morning…. is this something new that will take the place of the EB….. or is the CC in ADDITION to the EB?

    • Anonymous says:

      They’ve done these before — they come and go, but it’s great when we have them!

    • Jenn Gill says:

      This is in addition to the ECB. They did this awhile back. It’s to be used just like a gift card

    • Marie says:

      The cash cards are not new, sometimes CVS will offer cash cards (basically store gift cards which don’t expire), $10 EB or $10 gas cards if you spend $30 in addition to the usual EB per promotional items. It’s just their way of diversifying promotions/deals. Last week it was spend $30 on P&G get $10 EB, this week it’s $10 cash card on certain deals and you will get $10 EB on spend $30 Johnson & Johnson deal.

      At my local CVS stores, they would give us the option of a cash card or Shell gas card since we don’t really have a Shell gas station close by. I personally prefer the cash cards since they don’t expire!

  18. tk says:

    Whoohoo! Thanks!!!