CVS deals, Aug. 10-16

08/10/2014 2:00 AM

08/09/2014 11:11 PM

At CVS this week, pick up a cart full of freebies on store-brand items. It’s almost like a mini-Black Friday sale with eight items free after Extra Bucks.

Plus, you can score a free $10 CVS gift card when you spend $30 on qualifying products. There are hundreds to choose from and many are necessities such as toilet paper.

Strategy tip: Buy your freebies first, then use the $44 in Extra Bucks to complete the gift card deal. You’ll walk out of the store with the free $10 gift card and Extra Bucks to spare on top of all your purchases.

Note: I’m on vacation this week so I’m posting abbreviated versions of the drugstore deals.

This week's promotions and coupon match-ups:

FREE CVS Gift card when you spend $30 on hundreds of participating products. Look for specially marked shelf tags. This deal has great potential, especially when you use coupons to lower your out-of-pocket expense.

Active D’Lites with probiotics bar: $1.99

$1.99 Extra Bucks. Limit 1.


CVS Hemorrhoid Relief (.9-1 oz. or 12-count suppositories): $5.79

$5.79 Extra Bucks. Limit 1.


CVS Acid Controller (24-30 count): $6.99

$6.99 Extra Bucks. Limit 1.


CVS Antacid Tablets (60-96 count): $2.99

$2.99 Extra Bucks. Limit 1.


CVS Gas Relief (50-72 count): $7.99

$7.99 Extra Bucks


CVS Purelax (7 doses) or Milk of Magnesia (12 oz.): $3.99

$3.99 Extra Bucks. Limit 1.


CVS Anti-Diarrheal (12 count): $4.99

$4.99 Extra Bucks. Limit 1.


CVS Daily Fiber (114 doses): $9.99

$9.99 Extra Bucks. Limit 1.


Speed Stick Gear: $3.99

$2 Extra Bucks on 1. Limit 1.

BOGO coupon 7/27 SS1

= $1 each wyb 2.

Coke brand 12-packs: 4/$12

$2 Extra Bucks on 4. Limit 1 deal.

= $2.50 each. Good price.

Get $2/$4 Extra Bucks when you spend $6/$10 on Gold Emblem Abound snack items. This is a new product.

No coupons required:

Xtra laundry detergent (30 loads): $1.49.

CVS vitamins: BOGO.

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