Monday, June 20, 2011

Money Monday

I skated into CVS yesterday 40 minutes before they closed and managed to get $36 worth of stuff for $0.63 in tax.  I used 10 ECBs and got $15.48 (including my green bag tag) back!!

Here's what I got:


5 Honest Tea/Ade
$5-(5) $1 off Honest drink coupon (from recyclebank: take quizzes, redeem points!)
1 Lipton Natural Green tea
$1.25-(1) FREE Lipton tea (from Facebook)
1 pkg. of Cottonelle fresh wipes
$1.99-(1) FREE Cottonelle wipe (mailed)
2 Colgate toothpaste
$5.08 (total)-(2) $1/1 colgate CVS coupon (from a coupon sheet next to the flyers), -(1) $1/1 colgate manufacturer coupon (SS 6/05, 6/12)
1 Powerbar protein Bites
$2.49
2 Scotch tape dispensers
$2.27 (BOGO)-(2) $1/1 Scotch tape (printable)
1 Hershey's Bliss bag of chocolates
$5.99- $1/1 Hershey's bliss coupon (SS 5/01)
-10 ECBs from last week

Subtotal: -$0.06

Total: $0.63

ECBs: 1 (Green bag), 2 (Honest Tea), 4 (Colgate), 2.49 (powerbar), 5.99 (Bliss)

Both the powerbar bites and the Hershey's Bliss are free after extra bucks this week, so go get some Chocolate (or energy bars if you're more inclined)!  You can now print lost ECBs on CVS.com, so you have no excuse for not spending your CVS play money!

You can find more CVS matchups and a lot of great info at: Southern Savers


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3 comments:

Joanna said...

I remember trying to talk you into taking up couponing...I've "created" a monster!!!!

Cathy said...

You have! I remember that, too. I was soo overwhelmed by the idea. Glad you talked me into it!!

I'm up to $22.50 in ECBs. I've been trying to save up ECBs for a month or so (just doing free and mm deals) b/c I'm working on a oral-b replacement head deal (raincheck): $29.99 with 20 ECBs (and a $3 coupon) for a 6 ct. (retail $44). I'm not looking forward to "rolling" 20 ECBs nor spending $7 oop, but I know it's an awesome price for something I really do need/use.

Lisa Smith said...

You had a fun week last week too! I'm also your newest follower! Feel free to check out my blog. Here's my shopping trips for last week at Kroger on 6-19 and CVS on 6-19! Have a great week! ~Lisa