Looking for more ways to take advantage of the deals this week at CVS? We’ve taken one of this week’s promotions and come up with another option for getting the most out of your money on the things you may need.

This week, CVS is having an ExtraBucks promotion on Jergens, Bioré, Curel and other products. We gave you one option in our weekly matchup, but there are multiple product and coupon combinations, depending on what you’re looking to add to your stockpile. Here’s a deal idea to take care of some of your moisturizing needs! Stock up and save on these products!

Keep in mind that if you’ve already taken advantage of this promo, you may have reached your limit. Be sure to check the bottom of your last receipt to see if you have.

 

Buy 2 Curel Ultra Healing Lotion for Extra Dry Skin, 6 oz $4.59, regular price
Buy 2, Receive $5.00 ExtraBucks, Limit 1 Monthly Promotion Limit 8
Use two $1.00/1 Curel Moisturizer, 3.5 fl oz or larger from SS 6/9 (exp 7/13)
Pay $7.18, Receive $5.00 ExtraBucks
Final Price: $1.09 each, when you buy 2

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8 thoughts on “Curel Lotion, Only $1.09 at CVS!”

  1. Gigicoco says:

    You can also use the $2.00 off any lotion item from the cvs coupon machine making them absolutely free.

  2. liz says:

    still got the 20% coupon so this should make it free, right? or close to? too lazy to do the math LOL. either way, it’s a good deal!

  3. Glynn Kathryn says:

    If there is a monthly limit of 8 can you do all 8 in one transaction?

    • Lucky1289 says:

      You can, but you’ll get 1 big extrabuck at the end of your receipt that is worth $40 instead of 8 individual extrabucks worth $5.

      Really big extrabucks aren’t easy to use – especially one worth $40 – so it’ll probably be more convenient in the long run for you to break that down into multiple transactions.

      • Chris says:

        What rules are there that makes it hard? I want to do this in one transaction. I am new to CVS.

        • Lucky1289 says:

          When you have a $40 EB you have to use it all at once you can’t split it up. So if say you want to use that extrabuck in the future but your purchase total is only $35, if you were to use that $40 extrabuck you’d lose $5 of it.

          There are no ‘rules’ but when you use coupons it can be hard to have subtotals that large – it’s just easier to have multiple smaller extrabucks than one large one.