Little $ At CVS

Similar to my Kroger shopping trip, I had a great day at CVS too. Firstly, I dropped off another prescription to be transfered from Walmart, and I got another $30 gift card by using another Rite Aid coupon. Like Kroger, CVS accepts competitor’s rx (only) coupons. Then I rolled my expiring $10 ecb’s into $13.27 ecb’s by purchasing:
Infant Advil, $5.79, earn $5.79 ecb’s
Kotex, $1.49, earn $1.49 ecb’s
Zipfizz, $5.99, earn $5.99 ecb’s (David can use this at competitions)
I threw in a CVS body wash as filler, $2.99

I used these coupons:
$1 off Advil
$1 off Kotex
$2 off a CVS skin care item (body wash)
$2/$10 purchase
I “spent” my $10 ecb
OOP: 40 cents
Earned $13.27 ecb’s

AND I got a $30 gift card for transferring the prescription!

At another store I used an expiring coupon for 20 free prints. Since the photos go toward the $2/$10 coupon, and I had another expiring ecb, I looked around to see what else I could use. Thus:
20 prints, $5
Calms Forte, $6.19, earn $2 ecb’s
Reach toothbrush, clearance $1.25
CVS twin-pk beauty bar, sale $1.99

I used these coupons:
20 free prints ($5)
$1 off Calms Forte
$1 off Reach
$2 off a CVS skin care item (soaps)
$2/$10 purchase
Spent $1 ecb
OOP $2.70 (put on gift card)
Earned $2 ecb’s

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