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Tena Coupon: Moneymaker Tena Pads at CVS, Starting 6/2!

Here’s a deal starting next week at CVS that you should be aware of now. Why? Because a printable coupon will turn it into a moneymaker! There is an insert coupon available as well, but if you don’t have it or used it already, be sure to grab this printable while it lasts!

Tena Pads, 10-30 ct (excludes Overnight 30 ct) $3.79, sale price 6/2-6/8
Tena Liners, 26-44 ct $3.79, sale price 6/2-6/8
Buy 1, Receive $3.00 ExtraBucks 6/2-6/8, Limit 1
Use $1.00/1 – Any Tena Product – (tena.us)
Or $1.00/1 Tena Product from SS 4/14 (exp 7/31)
Pay $2.79, Receive $3.00 ExtraBucks
Final Price: $0.21 Moneymaker

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35 thoughts on “Tena Coupon: Moneymaker Tena Pads at CVS, Starting 6/2!”

  1. Nancy says:

    this tena pad $1.00 is no longer printable

    • Hayley French Knowles says:

      Not sure if ya have this but in the area im in Reidsville Nc there are a box of Tena papers in front of the item, when you open the little booklets it has a 1.00 off coupon in it. So I used that with the 3RR makes it still a overage! Yeah!

  2. Nary says:

    I actually found these coupons on a machine at the store. I can buy these and give it to my grandma! =D

  3. Louise says:

    Did you notice that the Tena site says you can print 6 of the $1.00/1 cpn per year?

  4. kouponkim says:

    Does anyone know about how much these are at WalMart? I have a $7.00 off coupon I received in the mail. Would like to make this a big money maker if possible. I know not every WalMart will have them for the same price but it is usually within a few cents of each other….. can anyone help?

    • atxtremecoupon says:

      be careful with that $7 mailed coupon. I didnt notice at first , but its says “Up to $7.” When I redeemed mine at walmart , the register prompted the cashier to enter the amount of the product rather than the entire $7 amount. :(

      • Miranda Elaine Samuels says:

        Right?! When I noticed I was like uhhhh give me that coupon back. I found a package for 2.88 and I was like holy overage…not. Sad day. But if I am gonna use it… I am going to get a huge package of panty liners or get a moneymaker deal with it chhha know?

      • kouponkim says:

        Thanks I noticed what it said after I posted above. It looks like the CVS deal will be the best because it will take off the full sale price and I will still get $3 extra bucks so after tax almost a $3 money maker

        • Guest says:

          ok so I reread the coupon for the Tena and where it says retailer it said the manufacturer will reimburse the full value of the coupon to the retailer so when i went to CVS last night I spoke with the person in charge to ask about the coupon before I even started shopping. I wanted to be honest and upfront so I knew how to plan my shopping trip. I was told it depends on how it scans so when we scanned it she told me to just make sure I had enough products to cover the overage and I did so I got the full value of $7 even though the Tena is on sale for $3.79

          • atxtremecoupon says:

            nice !!! It usually depends on the cashier. Some are willing to give what you want, most are trying to shoot your coupons down for any little reason

      • Guest says:

        kouponkim

        kouponkim

        a few seconds ago

        ok so I reread the coupon for the
        Tena and where it says retailer it said the manufacturer will reimburse
        the full value of the coupon to the retailer so when i went to CVS last
        night I spoke with the person in charge to ask about the coupon before I
        even started shopping. I wanted to be honest and upfront so I knew how
        to plan my shopping trip. I was told it depends on how it scans so when
        we scanned it she told me to just make sure I had enough products to
        cover the overage and I did so I got the full value of $7 even though
        the Tena is on sale for $3.79

      • kouponkim says:

        ok so I reread the coupon for the
        Tena and where it says retailer it said the manufacturer will reimburse
        the full value of the coupon to the retailer so when i went to CVS last
        night I spoke with the person in charge to ask about the coupon before I
        even started shopping. I wanted to be honest and upfront so I knew how
        to plan my shopping trip. I was told it depends on how it scans so when
        we scanned it she told me to just make sure I had enough products to
        cover the overage and I did so I got the full value of $7 even though
        the Tena is on sale for $3.79

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    • Lindsey says:

      Same thing happened to me, I picked up the $4 pack but it didn’t give me the overage.. They were still free but I was hoping for that extra $3!

    • caffeineshots says:

      Well it looks like it just depends on the Walmart. When I used mine I did so in a self check out and the person watching over the self check out lanes looked at the coupon but i guess just didn’t care and he gave me the full $7 off and the pack was only $4. So I got overage. So I pick up 3 and it made my whole purchase (retail: $60) only .42 cents. Can’t beat that. :D

      • Arina says:

        somehow San Antonio, TX doesn’t have the coupon in SS 4/14 :((( I gotta move :)

        • atxtremecoupon says:

          dont move !!! SA has great coupons !! Everytime I goto SA I find this free publication that is delivered to neighborhoods and get the coupons . Austin american statesman only delivers free coupons pretty much when they feel like it -_-

  5. royalkitty says:

    Sorry to interrupt your, uh, comments on the attractive packaging of serenity pads.
    Am I the only one who factors tax into the final price of items that I don’t necessarily need, to make sure they are absolutely free? I know it seems a bit stingy, but regardless of where its going (some CEO in an office, or China…you know, to pay off our national debt!), it’s coming out of my pocket, right?
    Silly, I know.
    Now, on to more serious subjects: Ex-boyfriends on serenity pads?! Pizzaz! I’m appalled! **feigns suprise**

    • Anonymous says:

      May we continue now with our meaningful conversation please? ;)

      • mlw1ofakind says:

        Coupon you a sharpie and you can draw anybody’s picture you like on your pad :P Just share a pic on facebook so the honored person can feel the love.

    • Lucky1289 says:

      I grew up in Oregon where there was no sales tax – Even though the tax in my current area/state isn’t too terrible (and the pads/liners will still be free), I miss not having to pay it at all :(

    • Guest says:

      No taxes on free items in Texas! :)

    • Liz Mcvey says:

      sometimes I do, especially at CVS. the tax here in Phoenix, Arizona is completely outrageous! 10%! I hate when my tab before tax is like 15cents then I still have to pay $5 in tax. *sigh*

    • mlw1ofakind says:

      I do add it in, but sometimes depending on the deal, these type of items are a great filler when you are trying to meet your total for a 5/30 or similar purchase based q’s. Also, when its one of those deals that the ecb’s make it fantastic and the price isn’t considered “sale,” it’s great for % off q’s. Even if it’s not quiet free and i know somebody who needs it or wants it, I’ll buy it. You can always stockpile to donate to a legit charity and get a tax write off from uncle sam.

    • bbtexas says:

      Hi, royalkitty. TX is not taxed on items that were free w Q’s.

      • atxtremecoupon says:

        I cant say that is entirely true. I think it depends on how the merchant’s registers are setup. At most places I dont pay taxes but I can remember having to pay taxes on free items before, particulary this ONE dollar tree location. >.<

    • royalkitty says:

      Oh, wow! Lucky Texans, you!
      The thing is, tax is pre-coupons here in FL (6.5% i believe), and if it’s not something that I need/use, I would really rather not pay extra, even in the form of tax. However, sometimes, like with the l’oreal travel-sized deal, I did pay tax (6 cents /bottle) but, honestly, I ended up paying under a dollar for almost 20 shampoos which I donated to a nursing home, and it was totally worth it. I think it’s best just to carefully choose which deals you like best.

      Unless, of course, you live in TX, in which case, I am so jealous!! :)

  6. Anonymous says:

    Am I seeing things or did they actually write ‘STYLISH’ on the package? :)