CVS deals, Aug. 17-23

08/17/2014 4:00 AM

08/16/2014 10:45 PM

At CVS this week, pick up nice deals on Multi-Grain Cheerios, Dawn dish liquid, Coke 2 liters, Dial soap and the new lower-priced Tide Simply Clean & Fresh.

Plus, you can score a free $10 CVS gift card when you spend $30 on qualifying products, most of them health and beauty items this week.

This week's promotions and coupon match-ups:

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

Multi-Grain Cheerios: $2

.75/1 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

.75/1 cash-back credit on SavingStar.com

= as low as 50 cents.

Dawn dish liquid (9 oz.): 99 cents.

.30/1 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

.25/1 7/27 P&G

= as low as 69 cents. Limit 10.

Coke brand 2 liter: 99 cents

.24/1 in-store kiosk coupon (Limit 1.)

= 75 cents.

Dial body wash (16 oz.) or 6-pack bar soap: 2/$7

$2 Extra Bucks on 2. Limit 1 deal.

$2/2 8/3 RP2

= $1.50 each.

PLUS: You may have Ibotta credits that would drop the final price on these to 50 cents each.

Tide Simply Clean & Fresh (25 loads): $2.94

.50/1 or $1/2 8/17 RP

= $2.44.

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $15 on Hefty trash or food storage bags. Limit 1 deal.

Lots of coupons out there to lower your out-of pocket expense, including:

$1/1 black trash bags 7/27 RP2

$1/1 tall kitchen trash bags 7/27 RP2

$1/2 slider bags 7/13 RP

$1.50/2 slider bags 8/10 RP

Get $5 Extra Bucks when you spend $20 on: Bounty, Charmin and Puffs.

Lower your out-of-pocket expense using 7/27 P&G coupons and previously earned Extra Bucks. Limit 1 deal.

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

No coupons required:

Just the Basics laundry detergent (64 loads): $2.97.

CVS vitamins (all): BOGO.

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