CVS Deals for Week of 9/18/11-9/24/11

Here are the best kosher deals that I see at CVS this week, with thanks to Jenn at The Thrifty Mama for putting them together each and every week.

If you are new to bargain shopping at CVS, I recommend that you check out my How to Shop at CVS Tutorial and these tips for making the most of the deals at CVS. And don’t forget to print the new CVS coupon policy before you head out.


Prevacid 24 hr 28 ct $19.99
Use $4/1 Prevacid 24Hr Product 9/18/2011 SS Insert (exp 11/18/2011)
Or use $3/1 Prevacid 24Hr 9/11/2011 SS Insert (exp 11/30/2011)
Or use $3/1 Prevacid Product
And then submit for an $18 mail-in rebate (found in 9/18 Smart Source insert)
= FREE plus overage after coupon and MIR

Extra Care Bucks Deals

Mars or Wrigley’s Fun Size assorted 9.34-11.5 oz 4/$10, Earn $4, Limit 1  (Sunday, Monday and Tuesday only)
Use (2) $1.50/2 Mars Fun Size coupons found in All You Magazine, October 2011
– $1.50/3 Mars Fun Size coupon
= as low as $0.75 per bag after coupon and ECB

Carmex Healing Cream or Lotion 4-5.5 oz $4.99, Earn 2 ECBs wyb 1 Limit 1
Use $1.50/1 Carmex Skin Care Product
= $1.49 each after coupon and ECBs

Nivea Select Products, Spend $15, Earn 5 ECBs, Limit 1
Includes: Body Wash 16.9 oz, Shower Gel 8.4 oz, Lip 0.17-0.35 oz and All Hand or Body Lotion
-$1/1 CVS store coupon for Nivea (sign up for the Beauty Club to receive it)
-$2/1 Nivea Body Wash for Women 7/31/2011 RP Insert (exp 9/30/2011)
-$1/1 Nivea Face Care Products 7/31/2011 RP Insert (exp 9/30/2011)
$2/1 Nivea for Men Face Care Product
$2/1 Nivea Body Lotion for Women
$1/1 Nivea Body Lotion for Women
= final price varies

Revlon Super Lustrous, Moon Drops or ColorBurst Lip $6.49, Earn 5 ECBs wyb 1 Limit 6
-$1/1 Revlon Color Cosmetics Product 8/14/2011 SS Insert (exp 9/18/2011)
= $0.49 each after coupon and ECBs

Baby Select Products, Spend $25, Earn 10 ECBs Limit 1
Avent Baby Accessories, Buy 1, Get 1 50% off
Gerber Baby Food Snacks 1-6 oz
Gerber Good Start 23.2 oz $20
Huggies or Pampers Jumbo Pack Diapers 2/$18
Huggies Wipes Mega Pack 184-216 ct $6
Johnson’s Baby Powder, Oil, Lotion, Wash, Shampoo 13-15 oz, Oil Gel 6.5 oz or Desitin 2 oz $3
Luvs Jumbo Pack $7
Pampers Sensitive Wipes 192 ct $6
Pedialyte Liquid 33.8 oz, Singles 4 pk or Freezer Pops 16 ct 2/$8
PediaSure 6 pk $10
Playtex Baby Accessories, Buy 1, Get 1 50% off
Similac Ready to Feed Formula 32 oz $5
Check for coupons on the products you need in the KOAB Coupon Database
= Final Price Varies

Other Deals

2x Ultra Gain or Tide $5.94 Limit 3
Liquid 19-32 loads, Powder 31-40 loads or Fabric Softener 51 oz
Use $2/1 Gain or Tide Detergent 9/11/2011 SS Insert (exp 10/31/2011)
= $3.94 each after coupon

Softsoap Liquid Hand Soap 7.5-8.5 oz or Irish Spring Bar Soap 3 pk 3/$5
Use $0.70/1 Softsoap Liquid Hand Soap
Or use $0.75/1 Softsoap Kids Liquid Hand Soap
= $0.92 each after coupon

 Are you planning a CVS run this week? What’s on your list?


  1. Funny you should ask…. I just posted on Facebook about my experience at CVS today. Here’s what my status message was:

    “An uptight frum lady was behind me in line at CVS while the checker rang my order up wrong several times through no fault of my own (I was using coupons, ExtraCare Bucks and a gift card… too much to handle, apparently). As I left, she snidely remarked to the checker “Well! I guess we have our very own Extreme Couponer on our hands, don’t we?” She must have been jealous of the fact that I got 3 packs of Pull-Ups ($40 worth) for free.”

    The longer version of the story is that they had Jumbo packs of Huggies and Diapers Diapers/Pullups on sale for $9 each, PLUS listed as some of the products qualifying for “10 ECB if you buy $25”. So I bought three packages ($27 for what before the sale would have been more like $40!), and used three coupons (-$6), bringing it down to $21. I used $12 of my ECB’s to bring it down to $10, which would have been a great deal by itself but I actually paid using a $10 CVS card that I got through debit card points. And then I got $10 ECB’s back. Technically I lost 2 of my ECB’s, but it was worth it because we’re broke and I never use up all my ECB’s. My kid is potty training so being able to get 1 pack of pull-on Little Movers (because really, how is a pull-on diaper anyd ifferent from a pull-up?) and 2 packs of PullUps was great.

  2. I’m going for the CVS Huggies deal, too. I bought some extra $3/1 Huggies little movers coupons. They are selling for $9 each, spend $25 get $10 ECB, and buy 6, get 7th free. (You have to wait for a coupon for the freebie).

    That’s 6 x $9 (+ 7th free) = $54. Coupons bring that down to $33 (7 coupons x $3 each), stacked with a bonus CVS coupon for $2.50 off I got in the mail. Plus the $10 ECB, and I get 7 packages of Huggies Little Movers for $20.50!

    I might even do it again since I have the coupons (I got them from Ebay). 7 packages of diapers that are like pull ups for $33 is still $4.71 a package, and with several kids in at least one diaper a day, I go through a lot of diapers!

  3. This is why I am checking your website BEFORE I go to CVS next time: I thought I was saving so much with that Mars candy bar offer (stocking up for trick or treaters) but didn’t think to thumb through the Oct. All You that is sitting by my bed. That unused $1.50 coupon hurts 🙂 !

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