CVS deals, June 15-21

Posted by Amy Dunn on June 15, 2014 

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Score free deodorant and toothbrushes at CVS this week, along with nice deals on eye solution, toothpaste, dish liquid, foaming hand soap and Starbucks. There’s also another free $10 gasoline gift card promotion when you spend $30 on participating products.

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

This week's promotions and coupon match-ups:

Free gasoline gift card promotion: Get a free $10 gas card when you spend $30 on participating products. Coke brand 12-packs, Tresemme, Kellogg’s cereals, Tide Simply and Degree and Dove antiperspirants are among the products included in this deal, which you can do once this week. Be sure to check for coupons to lower your out-of-pocket expense because many of these items do have coupons available on them.

Right Guard or Dry Idea (select): $2/$6

$2 Extra Bucks on 2. Limit 1 deal.

$2/1 Right Guard Extreme Clear or Clinical Clear 6/15 RP

$2/2 Right Guard Total Defense 5 or Xtreme 6/15 RP

$2/1 Dry Idea StainClear antiperspirant or deodorant 6/15 RP

= 2 FREE after two coupons and rewards!

Colgate 360 toothbrush: $2.99

$2 Extra Bucks on 1. Limit 2.

$1/1 6/1 SS

= FREE!

PeroxiClear by Bausch & Lomb (3 oz.): $4.99

$3 Extra Bucks on1. Limit 1.

$1.50/1 6/15 SS

= 49 cents! Fantastic deal if you use eye solution products.

Crest Complete, 3D White or Pro Health toothpaste (4-4.8 oz.): $2.99

$2 Extra Bucks on 1. Limit 2.

$1/2 or .50/1 6/1 P&G

= 49 cents each after coupon and rewards.

Gain dish liquid (9 oz.): 99 cents

.25/1 5/11 P&G

= 74 cents.

Dial bar soap 3-pack or Dial Complete foaming hand soap: 2/$4

$1/2 6/15 RP

= $1.50 each. A decent deal on the foaming hand soap if you’re purchasing to start making your own. Click HERE for the recipe and to learn about how much money you can save.

Starbucks coffee (12 oz. or 10-count K-Cups): $6.99

$1.50/1 6/15 SS

= $5.49.

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $10 on Aveeno, Benedryl anti-itch, Neosporin or Band-Aid bandages. Limit 1 deal.

Here are some of the coupons you can use to lower your out-of-pocket expense:

$1/1 Neosporin First Aid product 6/8 SS

.75/2 Band-Aid bandages 6/8 SS

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $30 on itunes or App Store gift cards. Limit 1 deal.

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $25 on select Gillette products. Limit 1 deal. Lots of P&G and Red Plum coupons to match up with this deal to lower your out-of-pocket expense.

No coupons required:

Gold Emblem ginger ale 2 liter: 77 cents.

7UP, A&W, Canada Dry or Sunkist 2 liter: 99 cents.

Gold Emblem spices: 99 cents.

Just the Basics laundry detergent (64 loads): $3.99. That’s the same as paying $2 per jug for the 32-load size. Good deal.

Radiance vitamins: BOGO. Plus, these are part of the free gas card promo.

CVS vitamins: BOGO.

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