Shop at CVS? Then head to the CVS website to print the deal of the day! The coupon entitles customers to Gain dish liquid, two for $1.00, with a minimum $5.00 purchase. You must buy two bottles of Gain to use the coupon. There is a limit of one coupon per customer. The offer is valid today and tomorrow, 2/19 – 2/20 only. Take a look at how to use the coupon:

Buy 2 Gain Dish Liquid, 9 oz $1.00, sale price through 2/23
Buy 2 CVS C Alkaline Batteries, 4 pk $5.99, regular price
Buy One Get One Free through 2/23
Use one Two for $1.00 Gain Dish Liquid, 9 oz, with minimum $5.00 purchase, up to $1.00 in value, limit one per customer, valid 2/19-2/20 only – (cvs.com)
Final Price: $6.99, when you buy all 4

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14 thoughts on “Gain Dish Liquid, Two for $1.00 at CVS with New Coupon!”

  1. Lytor says:

    I just printed it just fine, but hurry only 4 minutes left to print it!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Surely there is a Gain MQ somewhere to stack with it???????

  3. Mines says one per customer so can i do this deal in one transaction and just bring in my hubby or do I have to use two in two different transactions.

  4. lily says:

    I’m trying to print this coupon and CVS website not working for me. Is it just me?

    • linda says:

      me too.. theres a countdown but no picture

    • Buyforless_ness says:

      Mine was doing that to me too but I finally got it to work!

      Log onto cvs.com, once you are there, a pop up should show saying “show all content”. Click it! The page should refresh by itself. Then go to deal of the day and it should work now!

      Hope this helped!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Make sure that your pop-up blocker is off. If that doesn’t help, try using different browsers. Good luck!

  5. Dianne Buquet says:

    I’m reading this coupon and wondering if it is a limit of 2 or you could purchase 10 bottles at 2/$1 to make your $5 purchase? It doesn’t really state $5 in other purchases. It says ‘must buy 2 to receive discount’. I’m probably wrong but wondered if anyone else read it that way?