Hershey's Halloween Candy Only $.75 at CVS
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Hershey’s Halloween Candy Only $.75 at CVS

Posted on Monday, October 6th, 2014 at 10:04 am
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Head to CVS this week for a super Halloween candy deal! Here’s the scenario:

Nestle or Mars Chocolate Fun Size, 9.78 – 12 oz; Hershey’s Snack Size, 8.8 – 11.6 oz or Twizzlers Twists, 22 oz – $2.50
Get $1 ECB wyb 2 Participating Candy Bags, Limit 1

$1.10/2 Hershey’s Snack Size Candy Bags, 9 – 22 oz; Pictured Hershey’s, Kit Kat, and Reese’s
$1.60/2 Jolly Rancher or Twizzlers Snack Size Bags, 9 oz or Larger
$1.50/2 Hershey’s Snack Size Candy Bags, 9 – 22 oz; Includes Reese’s, Kit Kat, Hershey’s, York, Almond Joy, Mounds, Payday, Jolly Rancher, Milk Duds, Whoppers, or Twizzlers Snack Size Bags – 9-28-14 SS – (exp. 10/18/14)
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$1.00/2 Hershey’s Snack Size Candy, 8 oz or Larger (CVS Coupon)
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.75
Final Price: $0.75
Buy 2 Hershey’s Candy, 9 – 22 oz; Use $1.50/2 Coupon and $1.00/2 CVS Coupon; Includes coupon and ECB savings

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