L’oreal shampoo, conditioner and styler: 3/$12, used 2 $2/1 shampoo/conditioner coupons and 1 $2/1 styler coupon, submitted for $1 shampoo Ibotta, $1 styler Ibotta, received $6 ECB
Scrubbing bubbles: 2/$7, used $2/2 coupon
Glade refills: $5, submitted for $1 c51, $0.75 Ibotta
Glade candles: 2/$6, used $1/2 coupon, submitted for $1 c51
6 glade aerosol: 2/$2, used 2 $1/3 coupons
Spend $12 glade, get $3 ECB (here’s where I wish they had more than 1 limit, because I hit the $12 twice!)
Colgate toothbrush: $3.49, received $2 ECB
2 lollipops for $1 to reach the $40 threshold

Used $10/$40 coupon, total after coupons was $19.49, rolled $10 ECB from last week, paid $9.49 oop

Received $11 ECB, $2.75 Ibotta, $2 c51
So everything was $3.74 or about 23 cents each!
Also passed June level 2, so if I were to count that $2, it was really only 11 cents each 🙂

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When u go to register to pay, what order do u give the coupons ? I ask cause my cvs told me before she rang up my stuff she needed all the coupons including my ECB’S n what was no need in ecb ‘s she would give back, all this b4 ringing the items up.

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I just give all my manufacturer coupons and hold on to my ECB’s until I see the total…I’ve never been asked to give them all up front!

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Use savingstar and checkout 51they are like Ibotta and get more money back

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I use checkout 51

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Is savingstar easy to use? Thanks!

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What’s EBC?

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extra care bucks from CVS

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It is like cash coupons! To use on your next transaction.

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