CVS $3 off $15 Coupons Printing at Price Scanner & My Sunscreen Deal

On the way to my WBIR segment this evening I ran into CVS to use my ECBs that expired tomorrow.

I wanted to get in in the Neutrogena Sunscreen deal. It did not work out quite like I had planned but it was not a bad deal for sunscreen.  The deal was supposed to be:

Neutrogena Sun Care or Sunless Tanning-Buy 2 Starting at $7.99, Get $10 ECB (limit 1)$
-2 $2/1 Neutrogena Suncare Product
Final cost=$.99 each after coupon and ECB

None of the Neutrogena was marked as being on sale. I tried several different varieties and could find none that were only $7.99.  However, when I scanned my CVS card at the price scanner/ coupon center a $3 off $15 healthcare items coupon printed!

That made the deal I did get a little better:

Neutrogena Sunblock stick-$8.49
Neutrogena Spray Sunscreen-$10.99

-2 $2/1 Neutrogena Suncare Product
$3 off $15 Healthcare purchase coupon from the price scanner/coupon center!!!
-$3.99 in ECBs from my previous trip
Out of Pocket=$10.01 (including $1.52 in tax)
Got Back=$10 ECB
Final cost=$.01

Have you been to CVS this week? Did you get this coupon when you scanned your card?


  1. Mary Jo says:

    If you count the previous trip $3.99 as a savings on your last trip, are you “doubling” it by counting now and last time as a savings?   
    Mary Jo

  2. CVS Shopper says:

    Went into CVS last night as well. I got a $3 off $10 Healthcare Purchase.  Unfortunately I had everything already planned out and completey forgot to use it on my purchase, but I still managed to get out under $15! Here’s what I got:

    First Transaction:
    Herbal Essence Shampoo & Conditioner
    2/$5.97 – Get $2 ECB
    -$.50/1 Coupon from SS 5/1

    Lady Speed Stick Deoderant
    $2.99, Get $2 ECB
    -$.50/1 Coupon

    BIC SOLEIL 4ct Razors (had a Rain Check for last week)
    $6.79, Get $3 ECB
    -$3/1 Coupon from SS 5/1
    **This is a good note, CVS can give you RainChecks for your ECB if they do not have your item available.  Walgreens can give you a RainCheck, however, they have no way of printing the RegisterRewards.  CVS can manually print the ECB – that makes it worth my trip to CVS!**

    Final Cost: $13.30 + $7 in ECB

    Second Transaction:
    FiberOne Cereal
    2/$6 – Get $1 ECB
    – 2 $.75/1 Coupon

    Purex Crystals
    – $1/1 Coupon from SS 5/1

    MINUS $7 ECB’s from Transaction #1

    Final Cost: $.49 plus tax = $1.11

    TOTAL COST FOR EVERTHING: $14.41 plus I still have another $1 ECB & my $3 of $10 Healthcare purchase!

    **Another good point about CVS, you can use as many CVS coupons as you wish in a single transaction.  Walgreens makes you use your RR as a “Manufacturer” coupon and they have to equal the # of items, CVS does not have this policy, making my shopping alot less confusing and much cheaper & easier! 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is very nice deal of printing coupons at affordable price. This type of discount scemes comes at some special occasion like Christmas or similar.

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