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Crest Pro-Health Rinse, Only $0.69 at CVS!

Did you get the $2.00/$8.00 CVS coupon at the coupon center this week? Take a look at this idea for a way to use it with a promo and a manufacturer coupon:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buy 1 Crest Pro-Health Rinse Multi-protection, 500 mL $4.89, regular price
Buy 1 Crest Pro-Health Rinse Multi-protection, 1 L $6.49, regular price
Spend $10.00, Receive $5.00 ExtraBucks through 4/13, Limit 2
Use two $1.50/1 Crest Rinse, 458 ml or larger, Limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 3/31 (exp 4/30)
Or $1.00/1 – Crest Pro-Health Rinse, 458 ml or larger, Excludes Trial/Travel Size, Limit 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day – (pgeveryday.com)
And use one $2.00/$8.00 Toothbrush, Toothpaste or Mouthwash Purchase, CVS Coupon Machine Week of 4/7
Pay $6.38, Receive $5.00 ExtraBucks
Final Price: $0.69 each, when you buy both

 

Didn’t get this CVS coupon? Coupon machine coupons are customized to your shopping habits, so not everyone will get the same coupons. But don’t forget to check your online ExtraCare account for personalized coupons as well! Visit our weekly Coupon Machine post for more information.

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26 thoughts on “Crest Pro-Health Rinse, Only $0.69 at CVS!”

  1. jimena says:

    I have a question about the P&G rebate . i dont know where to post it , i hope someone can help me . because I call the company and the guy that talked to me was cluless :/ . they are asking in the form to write the UPC from the package since I can cut out for them because I bought shampoo . however the last couple of weeks i bought their brand of shampoo and conditioners from different places and I mixed them all up in my closet . so my question for example all pantene ICE SHINE have the same UPC regardless the store where I bought it from ? and my other question is me and my boyfriend used mine and his card to buy stuff , he will submit a form and I will do it too ( he doesnt live with me) but we mixed up the loyalty cards . does it matter? will P&G check loyalty cards numbers or something like that? hope i can get an answer here . thanks for all the hard work you do to keep us getting great savings :)

    • Anonymous says:

      Check your receipts (they are needed for the rebate), sometimes the UPC is scanned on the receipt and you can use that to write the numbers on the form. To answer your question, the same IDENTICAL products have the same UPC, regardless of where you purchased them. I have submitted for these P&G rebates before and just had to write the UPC, but on this form they are asking for the UPC to be included or a photo/graphic if you cannot submit the actual UPC. I called for clairfication and the lady suggested that I include the photo if I could not send the actual UPC so I would do this just to be safe and not lose out on the rebate. As far as the loyalty cards, this does not matter–just be sure you submit the right receipt with the right UPC/products you purchased.

      • tay says:

        I send the rebate offer in February 20 and only included the UPC codes in the rebate form, only cuted the venus UPC. I called a few minutes ago and my rebate was acepted.

        • Anonymous says:

          Glad to hear it!! I had never heard of sending a graphic/photo before for a rebate and thought a lot of people might miss out if that requirement was strictly enforced.

  2. Norma007 says:

    I’m so sad I didn’t get this one!! But looking forward this deal!

  3. Tracy says:

    The Crest 500ml were $5.99 at my CVS, so I did the above scenero (but with with 2 500ml bottles) and paid $6.98 OOP and received $5EB. So $0.99 each, not bad :) . But I do have one more $1.50/1 coupon left, so I’m also going to do the WAGs deal that is coming up :)

  4. Margie says:

    How close do you need to get to the $10.00 to get the $5.00 extrabucks?

    • Anonymous says:

      @8400d326ed1d184dcbbc0de4d65f2a67:disqus – you only need to reach 98% of the purchase requirement :)

  5. sallyjopipsqueek says:

    When you do this transaction, does it matter when the cashier swipes your rewards card? I always thought during any transaction at Walgreens you have to have the cashier…ring up item, scan the coupon, and then cashier scans the card, pay and then the rr will come out. Does it matter?

    • mpike78 says:

      IDK….anyone else have a quick answer? I’m sure a few minutes research @ KCL & we’ll find the answer; after all this is couponing’s
      inner sanctum!

    • jdeel says:

      Whenever I shop Walgreens they usually ask for my card 1st and then ring up items and then coupons last. It doesn’t matter, it can be done either way.

  6. robertdfw says:

    thanks… got that marked on the calendar!! =)

  7. cathy says:

    Bought 2 crest mouthrinses at 4.99 2 stride gums 1 bag of cvs cough drops paid 5.55 got back 5.00 for crest 1.00 for gum 45 cent mmaker yay!

  8. Paula says:

    I read somewhere that this was going to be a moneymaker at Walgreens next week? Is that true? Thanks for all your hard work Krazy ladies!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes its going to be $2.99 with $2 RR back use the $1.50 q from pg 3/31 so $2.99 – $1.50 = $1.49 receive $2 RR $.51 MM!!!

      • Paula says:

        Awesome, Thanks!!

        • Anonymous says:

          No Problem! There is gonna be a mm on nexcare waterproof blister bandages also and a mm on breathe right sleep right (I believe thats what its called) theres a $1 printable for that not sure of the website tho and then the nexcare theres a $.55 q that came in last weeks paper. :) Theres also a couple other freebies. Happy Couponing Everyone :)

      • Brianna says:

        Do you know what the limit is? Only 1 per person?

        • Anonymous says:

          1 per transaction like with any RR at walgreens. If you buy more then 1 in a transaction you will only receive 1 RR. hth.

      • lovedreamisland says:

        The $1.50 coupon is for 458ml or larger and the crest mouthwash on sale for $2.99 will be the 8-8.5oz. Will the coupon still work?

  9. Stefanie says:

    Mine was $2.00 off 10.00. I did the same thing and used a 20% off coupon along with those, that I had and made it even cheaper.