I was so happy yesterday to find 10 wet ones at my cvs for .19 cents each! sounds like I got them just in time before there back up to 1.99! I keep scanning the little swimmers hoping to get them for .89 cents but they keep ringing up 8.99!
a store in newbury park (so cal) showed the summer stuff on 90% clearance and the tag said 9/6 thru 9/12... hopefully all that stuff is not back to regular price...
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I, too, found the CVS bandages at .15/box, but they were in a separate display near an endcap and were marked .38 each. I scanned them and got "Incorrect item information." But when they price-checked with the handheld, they showed at .15.
Just a heads-up in case you work them into a deal and need to know exact prices.
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If CVS was really smart, they'd put a basket of rocks with upc codes on them at the registers, priced 10 cents to 89 cents each, because morons like me would buy them as fillers just to get out of the store faster.
Just to add to the "going back to regular price" theory - found some more of the Pet Central cat litter jugs (14 lb) and they scanned at 6.99. Had just bought 5 at another store 3 days ago for .69 each. Sounds like they clearance them for awhile and then go back to regular price.
I also seem to have noticed that my CVS have moved their pet section, maybe they were clearanced during the time of the move and are now back to reg price. Speculation of course.
At my CVS there were a few Air Wick Lumin'air candles on the 50 percent off table. Sorry, I don't have the price or anything. DH was rushing me. We were trying to find newspapers in the evening, and everyone was out, so I just glanced the table for two seconds
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I gotta thank the members here mentioning the "Hello Kitty + Neosporin" deal
I told my wife about it and she thought I was talking about bandages with neosporin on them. She found a grip of them at the OTC endcap (she has that department ) and there were 12 boxes of mixed Hello Kitty + Spongebob.
She split them with one of her coworkers and they were 67cents each. About 2 hours later she tells me she found the value pack "First Aid Kits + Neosporin" also at 90% off. What a deal!
...unfortunately the asst manager got mad because he said the items could have been sold separately. It's not allowed (stated on product), but the store is losing money.
What do you mean by the items could've been sold separately? What is not allowed? I'm confused.
If you look in the box, the neosporin and band aids are packaged separately. The manager wanted to sell them that way but it says on the outside of the to go kit that this is illegal.
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