CVS deals, July 13-19

Posted by Amy Dunn on July 13, 2014 

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Look for bargains on Sally Hansen and L’Oreal cosmetics at CVS this week, along with nice deals on Kleenex, M&M’s and Gold Emblem spices.

There’s also another chance to score a free $10 gift card on gasoline when you purchase $30 in participating products. This week’s deal includes Scott toilet paper, Kleenex and Huggies brand diapers.

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. This week’s participating products include Scott toilet paper, Kleenex and Huggies diapers. Be sure to check for coupons to lower your out-of-pocket expense. Best deals are included in match-ups below.

Cosmetics coupon: Get a $4/$12 store coupon at the coupon kiosk. This will stack nicely with manufacturer coupons and Extra Bucks rewards offered on Sally Hansen or L’Oreal cosmetics. Limit 1 coupon.

Minute Clinic coupon book: Ask at the in-store clinic for a $22 Johnson & Johnson coupon booklet.

Sally Hansen cosmetics: nail polish starts at $3.19 online

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $15

$1/1 7/13 RP

$4/$12 cosmetic coupon from the in-store kiosk

Deal idea: Buy five nail polishes = $15.95

= 39 cents each after five $1/1 coupons, rewards and the $4/$12 store coupon. Fantastic deal!

Kleenex (55-85 count): 99 cents

.50/3 7/13 SS

.75/3 possible Ibotta credit

= as low as 57 cents each after coupon and Ibotta credit.

Plus: This is part of the free gas card promo.

Renuzit fresheners: 99 cents

Buy 4, Get 2 Free coupon 6/29 RP, expiring Sunday, 7/13

= 66 cents each.

Plus: This is part of the free gas card promo.

Softsoap liquid hand soap (7.5 oz.): $1.88

$1/1 coupon from in-store kiosk (Limit 1 per card.)

= 88 cents.

L’Oreal cosmetics: eye shadow starting at $5.49 online price

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $15

$1/1 6/15 RP

$4/$12 cosmetic coupon from the in-store kiosk

Deal idea: Buy 3 = $16.47

= $1.49 each after three $1/1 coupons, the in-store kiosk coupon and rewards. Another great cosmetics deal.

M&M’s candies (9.9-12.6 oz.): $2.49

$1/1 7/13 RP

= $1.49. Limit 4. Nice deal.

Cheerios (Original and Multi-Grain are pictured in ad; 11.25-13.1 oz.): 2/$6

$2 Extra Bucks on 2. Limit 1.

.50/1 Original 6/22 SS

.50/1 Cheerios, Honey Nut or Honey Nut Medley Crunch cereal 7/13 SS

$1/1 Cheerios Protein cereal 6/29 SS

$1.10/2 Frosted Cheerios, Apple Cinnamon Cheerios, Banana printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com

.75/1 SavingStar.com credit on Frosted Cheerios, Apple Cinnamon Cheerios, Banana Nut Cheerios, Fruity Cheerios, Chocolate Cheerios, Cinnamon Burst Cheerios, or Dulce de Leche Cheerios

= $1.58 each after $1.10/1 coupon, rewards and SavingStar credit. Only an OK deal. I typically don’t like to pay more than $1 per box of cereal.

Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain bars: 2/$5

$1/2 6/29 RP

= $2 each.

Tide laundry detergent (19-32 loads): $4.94

$1.50/1 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

= $3.44. Limit 3.

Plus: You can use this toward the $10 mail-in rebate I wrote about HERE.

Scott toilet or Cottonelle toilet paper (12-18 rolls): $7.49

.50/1 Cottonelle 6/22 SS

.75/1 Scott 7/13 SS

= as low as $6.74. That’s 37 cents per roll for the 18-count.

Plus: This is part of the free gas card promo.

No coupons required:

Gold Emblem spices: 88 cents.

Coke brand 2 liters: $1 each wyb 3. Limit 3.

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