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The Proof- CVS, $0.63 Pampers

logo_cvsI went to CVS today to confirm the Pampers deal. I showed the online ad I printed out to the  nice cashier- he had no idea what I was talking about. He went to ask someone else. They had no idea what I was talking about. He let me get three packages and kept the ad to ask a manager tomorrow. Here is what I did:

Transaction #1
1 Pamper Jumbo pack- on sale $8.99
-$2/1 from Procter & Gamble coupon book
-$6 ECB
Final cost- $1.27, Got back $5 ECB

Transaction #2
1 Pampers Jumbo pack- on sale $8.99
-$2/1 from Procter & Gamble coupon book
-$5 ECB from transaction #1
Final cost- $2.36, Got back $5 ECB

Transaction #3
1 Pampers Jumbo pack- on sale $8.99
-$1/1 from 6/7 P&G insert
-$5 ECB from transaction #2
Final cost- $3.36 Got back $5 ECB

Trip Totals
Total Product Value- $37.50
Total Out of Pocket- $6.89 (including tax)
Got Back- $5.00
Net- 3 packages of diapers for $1.89 or $.63 each!!

Comments

  1. Crystal says:

    I am so confused about the ECB's

  2. Crystal says:

    what proctor & gamble coupon book? $2/1 which one?

  3. Crystal says:

    So can u do it in the store or does it have to be online?

  4. Crystal-

    The proctor & gamble book was a promotion that happened a few months ago and then mailed out. If you do not have one you can use the $1/1 coupon from Sundays insert. You can only do this deal in the store. Print out the ad (I had to use explorer instead of firefox) and take it with you.
    To spend the least $ out of pocket do multiple transactions. Buy one package,then use the ECB you get to help pay for the next pack. (an ECB is like CVS cash- you can use it on your next purchase) Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any more ?s!

  5. Mrssmith says:

    I went to the cvs in Bearden and mine did not print. I asked for a manager and she knew exactly what I was talking about and had him print out the ecb's for me. I had forgotten my printout so I was just hoping she knew about the deal.

  6. Rebecca says:

    I am not seeing how you kept buying Pampers using ECB from Pampers, I know you can use ECBs but I didn't think you could use ECBs from the same product to buy the same product. I also thought there was a limit on this? I am trying it out tomorrow. If I can't roll the ECBs from 1 Pamper transaction to another, I will only be buying 1 bag.

  7. Rebecca says:

    I am not seeing how you kept buying Pampers using ECB from Pampers, I know you can use ECBs but I didn't think you could use ECBs from the same product to buy the same product. I also thought there was a limit on this? I am trying it out tomorrow. If I can't roll the ECBs from 1 Pamper transaction to another, I will only be buying 1 bag.

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