The Febreze promotion at CVS is a great one! Spend $20.00 and get $10.00 ExtraBucks back–that’s 50% savings before you even throw coupons into the mix. Take a look at how you can pay less than $1.00 each for Febreze items this week:

Buy 2 Febreze Noticeables Refills $5.99, regular price
Buy 2 Febreze Noticeables Warmers $3.99, regular price
Spend $20.00 Receive $10.00 ExtraBucks through 5/4, Limit 1
Use two Free Febreze Warmer, up to $3.50, when you buy (1) Noticeables Refill, Limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 4/28 (exp 5/31)
Pay $12.96, Receive $10.00 ExtraBucks
Final Price: $0.74 each, when you buy all 4

 

If you received the 25% off email coupon, see this post to learn how to save even more! 

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22 thoughts on “Febreze Noticeables, Only $0.74 at CVS!”

If you register at SavingStar and activate the ecoupon, you can get $5 cash back when you buy $30 worth of febreeze, bounty and swiffer products. Not 100% sure but that $30 should be before coupons. You just have to remember to register your CVS card (and other stores you shop at). You also don’t have to buy the $30 in one trip, it can be spread over multiple trips until the end date for the coupon.

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Save $5.00 when you spend $30.00 on Bounty®, Swiffer® and Febreze® products at SavingStar… Hurry before its gone!

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At my CVS, the tags read “this weeks sale”, so when trying this deal today, the register would not accept my 25% off coupon. The register rejected it and the cashier who is always super friendly, returned it. Is there something else I can do to use this coupon with this deal??

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I can’t print my 25% off coupon online but I do have one that printed with my receipt. The problem with that tho is I could have sworn I read somewhere that if I use the receipt coupon then I won’t get the $10 ecb. Is this correct?

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The rebate form says: Offer valid from 7/7/11 to 6/30/12…

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Your right. sorry.

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at my cvs the ywont give you the extrabucks if you dont get to $20 $(

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It should be automated in their system, not something a cashier has discretion over. Always be sure you’re buying participating items (check the bottom of your receipt to see that they are tallying toward the promo threshold), and be sure you are reaching AT LEAST 98% of the total. HTH!

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isn’t it $19.96 total? so they give us the extrabuck after tax?

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There’s what we call a “98% rule” at CVS with their ExtraBucks promotions. If your subtotal reaches 98% of the promotional threshold, the ExtraBucks will still be triggered :)

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with the 25% off coupon would it be 19.96-25%-3.50-3.50=$8.968?

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The % off coupon is applied AFTER coupons no matter which order the cashier rings them. So in the scenario above it would be $19.96-$3.50-$3.50-$3.24=$9.72 (plus some taxes). Then receive $10.00 ECB’s. What a deal!

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the percentage off has always been before coupons in my experiences… unless it’s a certain type of CVS coupon that is being stacked with it. not regular manufacturer coupons the 25% will take off $4.99…. total will be $6.99 before taxes

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That is how it should go down, but if the cashier keys in the BOGO manually, they may attempt to do their own math and only take off $2.99 for the “free” ones. However, the register will show the products at $3.99 and the %-off listed as a lump sum, separately. In other words, it shouldn’t impact the BOGO unless they do it manually.

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FYI did this deal today & max off with Q is $3.50 as stated on it

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where to get extra coupon? I only have one P&G coupon.

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Buy lots of papers. :)

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when I added this up it only came to $19.96. Im confused??

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CVS has a 98% rule so you only need $19.60 to get the ECB to print

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had no clue! thanks

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Thanks Kris! Yep, 98% rule :)

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i thought it was spend $30 so i’m glad you posted this bc i really dont need the warmer i was ready to get to get 4 of each!! LOL

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