Jun 072012
 

Free Toothbrushes at CVS

This week I just kept on rolling my CVS Extra Bucks, and I ended up with more than I started out with. I actually did two shopping trips, as I discovered a second Oral B toothbrush coupon in my coupon binder, and I was close by CVS anyway. We really do not need anymore toothbrushes, but toothbrushes never expire, and they do not take up much room either. The free Good ‘N Natural bars will be great for a couple of summer vacation adventures, and with three boys they will soon be gone.

 

1st Trip

1 Oral B Toothbrush on sale for $2.77 – $1 Oral B coupon from mailer = $1.77 ($2 CVS Extra Bucks Back)

Crest Tootpaste $1.99 – $1 Crest Coupon from mailier = $0.99

 

– $2.75 CVS Extra Bucks from previous shopping trip

Subtotal $0.01

Tax $0.29

Total out of pocket $0.30

Total saved $8.77

$2 CVS Extra Bucks Back

 

 

2nd Trip

1 Oral B Toothbrush on sale for $2.77 – $0.75 Oral B coupon from mailer = $2.02 ($2 CVS Extra Bucks Back)

6  x Good and Natural Bars @ $1.27 each = $7.62 – (6 x Free Good and Natural Bars RP 5/6) = FREE

 

– $2 CVS Extra Bucks from previous shopping trip

Subtotal $0.02

Tax $0.17

Total out of pocket $0.19

Total saved $12.59

$3 CVS Extra Bucks Back ($2 from Oral B and $1 from CVS Reusable Bag Tag Use)

 

Weekly CVS Spending

Total out of pocket $0.49

Total saved $21.36

$3 CVS Extra Bucks Back

 

Two toothbrushes, 1 toothpaste and six energy bars for 49 cents! That’s why I shop at CVS! Did you get any CVS freebies this week?

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