CVS is a not only a place to get your prescriptions filled, purchase your over the counter medications or health and beauty aids. You can also find great sales at CVS on groceries, household needs, diapers, laundry and cleaning products. All you need to do is clip coupons, use the CVS Extra Care card and watch the weekly ad that comes in your Sunday paper.
CVS lets you stack manufacturer’s coupons with their store coupons, and according to a post on March 13 by Spend Less, Shop More, you can save on laundry detergent, Sally Hansen cosmetics, Swiffer products and more. If you are not familiar with how to shop with manufacturer’s coupons and the CVS Extra Care card, check out the CVS section on the Spend Less, Shop More website.
Some of the deals you can grab up beginning on Sunday, March 16 at CVS include the 6-pack of Scott Choose-A-Sheet paper towels. The Scott 6-pack is on sale for $5.49 but when you will receive $5 back in Extra Bucks using your CVS Extra Care card with your purchase of $20 or more. You can save money just buying the Scott Choose-A-Size paper towels at CVS this week. If you buy four 6-packs, use four of the 75¢ coupons in the Sunday, March 16 Smartsource coupon insert. If you use the deal with the CVS Extra Care card and the four 75¢ coupons you will pay approximately $3.49 per 6-pack. Check out the Spend Less, Shop More website for more details.
You can also pick up Progress soup, Cascadian Farm organic cereal and milk to go along with your cereal. Just stop at the check-out before you start your shopping and ask the cashier for a free CVS Extra Care Card. Visit the Spend Less, Shop More website to get more information how to save using the CVS Extra Care card and manufacturer’s coupons. You can also find the links to printable coupons you will need to in order to grab the sales and deals at CVS beginning Sunday, March 16.
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