CVS deals, Jan. 5-11

Posted by Amy Dunn on January 5, 2014 

Pick up a free Mars candy bar and a free bottle of Pedia Care at CVS this week along with nice coupon deals on All laundry detergent, General Mills cereals, Colgate rinse, Progresso soups, Ricola cough drops and Stayfree products. There’s also potentially good deals on Maybelline and CoverGirl products.

Without coupons, you can score a BOGO deal on CVS brand vitamins and a Buy 2, Get 1 Free deal on a wide variety of store-brand products, including essentials like toilet paper and tissue.

Keep reading for all the top deals at CVS stores in the Triangle this week.

CVS Savings Tips:

Be sure to scan your loyalty card at the price check machine for store coupons than can be used along with manufacturer coupons for extra savings.

Check CVS.com for occasional store coupons.

Two coupons may be used on BOGO sales.

Use a BOGO coupon on a BOGO sale and both items are free!

Click HERE to print coupons from The N&O's Find N Save coupon page powered by Coupons.com.

This week's coupon match-ups:

Mars brand chocolate candy bar: 75 cents

.75/1 in-store kiosk coupon (limit 1)

= FREE!

Pedia Care: $5.99

$5 Extra Bucks on 1. Limit 1.

$1/1 printable coupon

= FREE!

General Mills cereals (excluding Fiber One), Nature Valley Granola Bars and Fiber One Bars: 2/$6

$2 Extra Bucks on 2. Limit 1 deal.

.60/1 Cheerios and Cocoa Puffs printable coupons on BettyCrocker.com or Pillsbury.com

.60/1 Fiber One Chewy Bars printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com or Pillsbury.com

.60/1 Nature Valley Greek Yogurt Protein bars printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com or Pillsbury.com

.50/1 Cheerios and Cocoa Puffs printable coupons on N&O’s Find N Save

.50/1 Nature Valley bars 1/5 SS3

.50/2 Nature Valley bars credit on SavingStar.com

.50/1 Cocoa Puffs credit on SavingStar.com

.50/1 Fiber One Bars credit on SavingStar.com

= as low as 90 cents each after two coupons and two credits.

Colgate Total (1 liter) or Optic White rinse (32 oz.): $5.99

$3 Extra Bucks on 1. Limit 2.

$2/1 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

= 99 cents. Nice deal.

Progresso soups: $1.50. Limit 8.

.50/2 1/5 SS3

$2 credit on 8 on SavingStar.com

= as low as $1 each after four coupons and credit.

Ricola cough drops: 2/$3

$1/2 1/5 RP1

= $1 each. A decent price, especially if you’re in need.

Stayfree feminine pads: $2.50 to $4.49

BOGO coupon from the 1/5 SS1

= as low as $1.25. Nice deal.

Special K cereal, bars, crackers and cracker chips: 2/$5

$1 Extra Bucks on 2. Limit 1 deal.

$1/2 printable coupons available on KelloggsFamilyRewards.com

= as low as $1.50 each. A decent deal.

All laundry detergent (28-33 loads or 24-count): 2/$6.99

$1/1 or $3/2 1/5 RP2

= as low as $1.99 each wyb 2. Good price.

Tom’s of Maine anti-perspirant or toothpaste: 2/$7

$3 Extra Bucks on 2

= $2 each. A decent deal, if you’re brand loyal.

Bic disposable razor packs (3-10 count): $6.99

$2 Extra Bucks on 1. Limit 1 deal.

BOGO coupon in the 1/5 SS1

= $2.50 each after coupon and reward. Not that great of a deal.

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $10 on Crest ProHealth, Oral B oral care or Glide floss. Limit 2 deals.

There are multiple .75/1 coupons available in the new P&G insert to lower your out-of-pocket expense.

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $15 on Maybelline cosmetics. Limit 1 deal.

There’s a new $2/1 coupon on mascara (1/5 RP1), along with the $2/1 lip product from the 12/8 RP that could make this a nice deal for you.

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $15 on CoverGirl foundation, powder, blush, concealer and eye products.

There’s a $3/1 mascara coupon from the 12/29 P&G that could make this a very nice deal.

Get $10 Extra Bucks when you spend $30 on:

Coke 12-packs: 3/$10 (Limit 6.)

Coke 2 liters: 4/$5 (Limit 8.)

And a variety of other candy and snack foods.

If you stocked up on Coke, buying the maximum six 12-packs and eight 2 liters, you’d reach the $30 requirement to earn the $10 reward, giving you what amounts to a 30 percent discount. A decent deal.

No coupons required:

Bumble Bee tuna (5 oz.): 77 cents.

Baked Lays chips: $2.50. These chips rarely go on sale so this is a great price.

CVS vitamins: BOGO. Limit 6.

CVS store brand sale: Buy 2, Get 3rd free. Mix and match. This could be a good deal, especially if you have Extra Bucks getting ready to expire.

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