Scan your ExtraCare card at the CVS Coupon Center to see if you receive the $3.00/2 Colgate toothpaste coupon. Stack this CVS coupon with a manufacturer coupon to score free toothpaste!

Buy 2 Colgate Advanced Toothpaste, 7.6 oz $4.99, regular price
Spend $10.00, Receive $5.00 ExtraBucks through 7/27, Limit 2
Use one $2.00/2 Colgate Optic White, Total Advanced, Max Fresh or Sensitive Pro-Relief Toothpastes, 4 oz or larger, Limit 4 of the same coupon in the same transaction from SS 7/14 (exp 7/27)
Or $0.75/1 – Colgate Total, Colgate Optic White, Colgate Max Fresh or Colgate Sensitive Toothpaste, excludes trial and travel size, no more than 4 coupons for the same product in the same transaction – (coupons.com) 
Or $0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste, 4 oz larger, Limit 4 of the same coupon in the same transaction from SS 7/14 (exp 7/27)
Or $1.00/2 Colgate Toothpaste, 4 oz larger, Limit 4 of the same coupon in the same transaction from SS 7/14 (exp 7/27)
And use one $3.00/2 Colgate Optic White or Colgate Total Toothpaste, 4 oz or larger, CVS Coupon Center Week of 7/27
Pay $4.98, Receive $5.00 ExtraBucks
Final Price: Free, when you buy 2

 

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28 thoughts on “Free Colgate Total Toothpaste at CVS!”

  1. blueeyessbj3 says:

    Love to try this

  2. Riggers says:

    I used my CRT w/ the Crest Kid’s Toothpaste @ $1.99. Total was $3.98. Used (2) 75c off Crest coupons. Made it free. She must have brought down the coupons, because she didn’t say anything to me, but I had other stuff on the ticket so IDK!

  3. Ruth Ferreira says:

    At my local CVS, there is smaller tubes of Colgate Optic White on the pegs near the register area on clearance 75% off. This might be a better deal. There is also Nivea Lipbalm for .74 cents, 75% off regular price. There are just a little smaller than the regular tubes.

  4. HeyCouponingJoe says:

    Can I use my $3 CVS coupon with the Colgate Coupon to pay $1.98 or does that count as using two CVS coupons? Sorry if that is a rookie question, I think of it more like using easybucks than a second coupon.

  5. Carmini says:

    i have the $3/2 CVSQ that I will be using with my 20% EmlQ, so a money maker :)

  6. rfl24 says:

    So, to get the EBs, do you not have to purchase all of the items at once? In this post for example, you can buy one tube today and one tomorrow and it will just wait to print the EB’s until you hit the $10 mark? i always just assumed you had to do the whole purchase at once.

    • mysticdust16 says:

      Nope. As long as you meet the $$ mark within the promo window. The computer remembers your card number and will also let you know at the bottom of your receipt how far you are from reaching your ECB goal. You do not have to do everything all in one transaction.

    • Yes, your purchases track and you can spread them out. However, coupons sometimes dictate how you have to break that up. If you want to use the CVS coupon in this scenario, you’d have to buy both at once.

  7. CCcoupons15 says:

    @disqus_e6qjGfiuIp:disqus thank you!

  8. CCcoupons15 says:

    Thank you @mysticdust16:disqus
    I tried using 4 PG coupons for $5 off 1 venus razor, I had four venus razors and wanted to use four coupons, one coupon per item. It said “limit one per purchase” but the cashier said that meant I could only use one of those coupons per transaction (he said purchase meant a transaction). I tried to explain that it meant one coupon per item but I didn’t have any coupon policy to back myself up. I know it says here on this website under beginner lingo but I was wondering if there was an official PG coupon policy that I could print and take in with me. Thanks again for your help!

    • It’s not a PG policy, per se. Just standard coupon lingo. Next time, I would ask to speak with a store manager. Even if you leave without your expected purchase, hopefully you will have given them an education that will help the next couponer who tries to use more than one coupon in a transaction. If it’s really becoming a concern or deterrent for going to that store, be sure to let corporate know!

    • Sheralyn says:

      Something similar happened to me at Target, and when I pointed out that the coupons actually say “limit 4 like coupons per transaction” that quickly cleared up the debate on “purchase” vs. “transaction”.

  9. CCcoupons15 says:

    I know that “limit one coupon per purchase” means one coupon per item but is there an official coupon policy that states this so I can take it into CVS. I’ve never had a problem in the past but my CVS employees are now saying “one coupon per purchase” means one per transaction. Maybe I am wrong and have never had an issue before but if someone can help me I’d really appreciate it. It was a PG coupon.

  10. mlena says:

    heres a good way to use it ..
    +buy 2 colgate total toothpaste 4.99
    -use (1) 3.00/ any $10 oral care purchase (cvs extra care coupon from last week)
    -and use (1) 3.00/any 2 colgate toothpaste (cvs coupon)
    -and also use (1) 2.00/2 colgate toothpaste… from SS 7/14 exp (7/27) so hury!
    pay: $1.98 get $5.00 ECB’s

    • mysticdust16 says:

      They’ll let you stack the $3/$10 oral care and also the $3/any 2 colgate toothpaste? Did this work for anyone?

      • jonesse3 says:

        yes because the $3/any does not have specific min $ purchase amount. if it would have said $3 off of $5 colgate purchase then you would need at least $15 of oral/colgate in order for it to work.

        • mysticdust16 says:

          Good to know. I always thought there was that limit of 1 CVS and 1 MQ per item regardless. But in Mlena example of the Colgate toothpaste going for 4.99. If you buy 2x that’s only 9.98. Does the 98% rule still apply to the $3/$10 Oral Care?

          • jonesse3 says:

            I am not 100% sure on that because I usually do 2 or three oral care deals at one time so if i do have one of these coupons i am covered it. I have some nice cashiers that I know would push it through if it did beep though.

          • Carmini says:

            I guess it depends on the store. At the stores that I shop at it has to be exactly the amount on the purchased based coupons( $$/$$) they’re very strict about those coupons. You should ask the manager and see what he/she says.

            • mlena says:

              i wasn’t completely sure if i could use the 3/10 oral with the toothpaste but at the time i figured since kcl was showing it as buy 2 colgate toothpastes @ 4.99 and get the extra bucks without it being completly 10 it would be okay, but i am going to ask my cvs about this.

  11. aventura says:

    Did this deal today with the same toothpaste, and once I got in the car I realized that the toohpaste rang up at $4.79 instead of $4.99 and I didn’t get the $5eb and on the bottom of the receipt it says I need $0.49 to reach get my $5 eb :-/. Now I gotta figure out the lowest priced item to get the eb.

    • Teresa916 says:

      I was wondering about that before. Even if the price was $4.99 it would only come up to $9.98 for 2. Would they still give you the EB if you are 2 cents short?

      • Anna says:

        They should because of the 98% rule. The only time the 98% rule hasn’t applied in my experience is when they give you “options”, like spend $15 get $5 or spend $30 get $10. In those cases, I’ve had to spend exactly $30 to get the EB.

      • mysticdust16 says:

        Yup they do. I bought 2x Colgate toothpaste before for $4.99 ea and so it came out to only $9.98 with it saying I need $.02 to reach the deal but at the bottom of my receipt it printed out my $5 ECB for the Colgate promo already.