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EARLY ACTIVATION DEAL -All Wet N Wild B1G1 Free, PSA 99 cents,

Pick any two 99 cents items = .99

Use 2 of the .50/1 from the 9/20 SmartSource exp 10/3

Both free after coupons

Pick any two Eye Shadow items $1.99 each = $1.99

Use 2 the $1/1 Wet N Wild Eye Shadow coupons from the 9/20 SmartSource

Both free after coupons

Speedstick Gear APDO $3.99 get $2 ecb

Use the $2/1 Speedstick gear fro the 9/20 SmartSource, exp 10/10

Pay $1.99 get $2 ecb. Free after coupon and ecb.

Crest Sensitive Mouth Rinse $4.79 Get $3ecb LIMIT 2

Use the $2/1 Crest Mouth Rinse from the 9/13 RedPlum newspaper insert

Pay $2.79 get $3 ecb, Free after coupons and ecb



ECB Deals!

$10 Extra Bucks wys $30 on any of these products:

Bounty Papertowels 12pk or Charmins Ultra 16pk $9.99
Lysol disinfectant spary 18oz or 80ct wipes $2/10
JetDry 8.45oz or 20ct tabs, Airwick scented oil refill twin pack or Freshmatic Ultra refill 6.17oz 2/$10
Cottonelle 18pk bath tissue $7.49 ($1/1 coupon cvs.com/coupons)
Viva Vantage 6pk $5.99
Palmolive 10oz 98 cents
Select ALL or Snuggle $3.99
AXE bogo 50% excludes multi packs and trial/travel
Schick Razors, Disposables, Refills or Edge/Skintimate shave gels
Colgate Optic White Express 3oz or Total daily Repair 5.8oz or Total mouthwash 500ml $3.99 ($2/1 coupon in Sundays paper)
Select Suave personal care, shows gold nfusions and kids 3 n 1 BOGO 50% off
U by Kotex liners 40 - 50ct, pads 14 - 18ct or tampons 18ct $3.99
Select Playtex OB Carefree or Stayfree BOGO 50%
Kotex pads 18 - 24ct, Lightdays 80 - 129ct, or Tampons 36ct
Select Poise or Depends $11.99
Icyhot relief TENS therapy Starter Kit or 2ct refill (shows $5 coupon in Sunday paper)
Advil 40 - 50ct $5.99 PRINT $3/1 film coated [advil.com]
ANY Gaviscon or Citrucell
ANY Zantac75, 150 or Dulcolax
Amope PediPerfect or refill 2ct or Daily Moisturizer
Dr Scholl's Orthotics or DreamWalk excludes Active and Custom Fit
Planters Peanuts 16oz 2/$6
Maxwell House coffee $6.99
Select Kelloggs cereal $1.99 (shows Fruit Loops and Raisin Bran)
Nabisco cookies and cracker 2/$5

Deal Idea 1
Buy 1 ALL laundry detergent $3.99 each = $3.99
Buy 5 Colgate Optic White $3.99 each = $19.95
Buy 1 Advil Film Coated 40ct = $5.99
Total = $29.93
Use 5 of the Colgate Optic White from 10/4 SmartSource Sunday inserts = -$10
Use $4/$20 Oral printed week of 9/27 = -$4
Use $3/1 Advil Fast acting Film Coated PRINT = -$3
Pay $12.93 get $10 ecb. $2.93 for all items after coupons and ecb.

Deal Idea 2
Buy 5 Colgate Optic White = $19.95
Buy 2 Advil film coated = $11.98
Total = $31.93
Use $4/$20 CVS Oral coupon printed week of 9/27 = -$4
Use 5 of the $2/1 colgate Optic White from 10/4 Sunday Insert
Use 2 of the $3/1 Advil film coated = -$6
Pay $11.93 get $10 ecb. $1.93 for all after coupons and ecb.

Deal Idea 3
Buy 4 Advil film Coated $5.99 each = $23.96
Buy 2 Colgate Optic White $3.99 each = $7.98
Total = $31.94
Use 4 of the $3/1 Advil film coated PRINT = - $12
Use 2 of the $2/1 Colgate Optic White from Sunday insert = -$4
Pay $15.94 get $10 ecb. $5.94 for all after coupons and ecb.

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I didn't see contonelle tp coupon, is it gone? Thx
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I didn't see contonelle tp coupon, is it gone? Thx
I assume still not listed yet since it was mentioned in an ad still 2 weeks away. Just a guess.
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"$10 Extra Bucks wys $30 on any of these products:
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Amope PediPerfect or refill 2ct or Daily Moisturizer
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does CVS still accept their expired CRTs? I haven't really shopped there as I have stopped receiving their coupons a couple of months back but yesterday I dropped by and got 2 milk and a CRT for $15 of the Amope printed out. The only problem is that it expires on the 28th of September Frown
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"$10 Extra Bucks wys $30 on any of these products:
*snip*
Amope PediPerfect or refill 2ct or Daily Moisturizer
*snip*"

does CVS still accept their expired CRTs? I haven't really shopped there as I have stopped receiving their coupons a couple of months back but yesterday I dropped by and got 2 milk and a CRT for $15 of the Amope printed out. The only problem is that it expires on the 28th of September Frown
Mine accepts until they are no longer in the system, up to 14 days.
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Mine accepts until they are no longer in the system, up to 14 days.
Thanks, I might try it if they will let me although my store has always been strict with coupons. Only one cashier mentioned to me a long time ago that they do accept expired coupons even if they are expired only because at that time they didn't carry the item the crt was advertising.
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does CVS still accept their expired CRTs? I haven't really shopped there as I have stopped receiving their coupons a couple of months back but yesterday I dropped by and got 2 milk and a CRT for $15 of the Amope printed out. The only problem is that it expires on the 28th of September Frown
i know it sounds silly to some, but that is why i always try to target when i shop at cvs, based on the expiration dates that will print on the CRTs. obviously, it is not always possible to delay shopping just to delay CRT expiration dates, but i dont usually play with expired CRTs, so targeting my shopping on specific days of the week allows my CRTs to print with expiration dates that often make them valid for the next sale when they wouldnt have been had they printed earlier in the week. perhaps thats another reason why i dont need to use expired CRTs either, mine get held over to actually be valid for the sale.
maybe its a strategy that could work for some other people too if CVS stops accepting expired CRTs at their stores
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i know it sounds silly to some, but that is why i always try to target when i shop at cvs, based on the expiration dates that will print on the CRTs. obviously, it is not always possible to delay shopping just to delay CRT expiration dates, but i dont usually play with expired CRTs, so targeting my shopping on specific days of the week allows my CRTs to print with expiration dates that often make them valid for the next sale when they wouldnt have been had they printed earlier in the week. perhaps thats another reason why i dont need to use expired CRTs either, mine get held over to actually be valid for the sale.
maybe its a strategy that could work for some other people too if CVS stops accepting expired CRTs at their stores
I don't think it's silly. If I don't need something that badly, I'll attempt to delay the printing of my crt's til Fri/Sat. But in the past couple of days - 2 of my stores have told me, they can't accept expired crt's going forward - there was a corporate memo. These were good stores too. They all just seemed concerned now.
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I don't think it's silly. If I don't need something that badly, I'll attempt to delay the printing of my crt's til Fri/Sat. But in the past couple of days - 2 of my stores have told me, they can't accept expired crt's going forward - there was a corporate memo. These were good stores too. They all just seemed concerned now.
just as an fyi, my CRTs always show me as being valid at least until the following Sunday. so i just shop CVS on Sunday and it usually solves the issue for me
either that or the deals at CVS just dont seem compelling enough for me to use CRTs that expired weeks before
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If you were going to get All this week, there's an e-movie ticket offer to stack with it. http://allpeanutsmovie.com/

Get $5 off a Peanuts movie ticket (via emovie cash code) with the purchase of $10 or more in All products. $10 is before coupons and taxes. So it works well with $1/1 MQ in the 9/27 RP. You can only redeem 1 receipt per email address or mobile number.

Since CVS tracks for the ECBs you could split your transactions to get more movie codes.

After 3 separate transactions of 3 All it would look something like:

35.91 (for 9 bottles total)
-9.00 MQs
10.00 ECBs
15.00 emovie cash (3 $5 codes)
1.91

I was planning to take my younger cousins to see Peanuts and matinees are only around $5 here anyway, so this works out well for me. The deal might be a little better if the ecb limit is at least 2.
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The wording of the Gillette/Venus get $10ECB wyb $30 makes no sense to me. It states must buy 2, limit 1 cartridge.
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Centrum 60-125 ct. or gummies 70-150 ct. – Buy 1 Get 1 50% off
Buy 2 Centrum Silver Multivitamin Personalized for Adults 50+ 80 ct. $8.99 = $13.48
Use 2 $4/1 Centrum Multivitamin coupons found in today RP
Pay $5.48
Get back 2 $2 deposit available from Snap when you buy any Centrum Silver
$4 savingstar deposit
finally $2.52 MM
Final cost $0.74 each!


Caltrate 120-150 ct. can also be a good deal as both savingstar and MQ in RP is available Smilie

I have also a $2/$12 CRT to sweeten this deal
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Watch your ECBs today. The PayAnywhere and Square deals are printing $9.00 ECBs (signs say $9.99 and are current) and Colgate Max is printing $1.00 ECBs (signs and ad say $1.50). So strange.
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Watch your ECBs today. The PayAnywhere and Square deals are printing $9.00 ECBs (signs say $9.99 and are current) and Colgate Max is printing $1.00 ECBs (signs and ad say $1.50). So strange.
ECBs are rounding down too? Bigeye
i did gillette and crest, and those printed the $10 fine, as expected
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