Welcome back to our Rolling at CVS posts! Have you ever wondered how to best roll ExtraBucks from week to week? Are you a new CVS couponer or are you already a Krazy Coupon Lady (or gentleman)? Good news: the Krazy Coupon Lady is here to help you get started, or keep you going. Follow me each week to find the best deals to roll your ExtraBucks and start (or add to) your stockpile!
Here are a few tips before your shopping trip. Be sure to connect your ExtraCare card to an email address at cvs.com. You may receive a 20% off CVS email coupon just for signing up. Be sure to become a CVS Beauty Club Member – you may receive a 10% off CVS Beauty Club member email coupon to use on your next purchase. And lastly, if your head is still spinning, learn more about shopping at CVS here.
It can be frustrating to find empty shelves when you shop. We try to find deals that include products that should be well stocked at most stores. If your store happens to be sold out, grab a rain check that can be used when your CVS restocks their shelves. In the meantime, check out our weekly deal post for alternatives.
We are starting fresh for the month of February! So these transactions have you starting with no ExtraBucks. However, if you’ve been following us from January, you should have $5.00 and $4.00 ExtraBucks from Week 4 to make your out-of-pocket cost even lower.
Pay: $10.00 (or $1.00 if you have the $5.00 and $4.00 ExtraBucks from last week)
Receive: $10.00 ExtraBucks
If your store carries the Tresemme 7 Day Keratin Smooth Treatment, you can grab an even better deal!
Receive $5.00 ExtraBucks
The Unilever grocery deal would be a nice substitution if you do not need body wash.
Use: $5.00 ExtraBucks from transaction 2
Receive: $4.00 ExtraBucks
Grand total: $13.00 (or $4.00 if you’re rolling from last week) for $54.18 worth of product, plus $4.00 ExtraBucks for next week!
Do you already have way too many of these items in your stockpile? Just substitute one of these transactions for something else that you need from our weekly deals. If you're a newbie, remember to keep it simple and you'll be well on your way to the bigger deals!