A Very CVS Christmas
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A Very CVS Christmas

Posted on Thursday, November 12th, 2009 at 7:16 pm
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I just got a really great “Christmas Gift” from CVS in the mail.  It’s a very slick catalog of Christmas gifts you can purchase at CVS – and it contains a few  ECB deals. It’s also got a coupon for $4 in Extra Care Bucks when you spend $20.  There is a lot of value you can get at CVS with sales, coupons, and ECBs.

I also received a coupon in the mail for 20% off tomorrow and Saturday. Now that is pretty sweet.  Lets see, 20% off, ECBS, coupons – well, it all adds up to some pretty great savings.

In the Christmas book, there are ECB deals on Axe products – buy 2 and get $2 ECBS.  Buy an Axe gift set for $9.99, get a $2 ECB.  My son loves this stuff, so guess what will be stuffing his stocking. Other  ECBs  in the book iinclude a $5 ECB when you buy one Regenetresse Thinning Hair Treatment System for $21.99 and a $2 ECB on Cetaphil.  There are some good prices on gift items if you can find them in your local store.  I especially like the leather Jacket for $19.99.  There’s a special section of gifts under $5 which is sure to solve your last minute gift needs, office and classroom parties, and stocking stuffers.

Here’s some good ECBs for next week:

$2 ECB when you buy  (2) General Mills cereal or cereal bars (2/$6)  Use the coupons that have been in the paper recently to receive extra savings. Limit 1.
$3 ECB when you buy $10 Hellman’s, Lipton, Ragu or Skippy.  Limit 1
$4 ECB wyb $12 Glade products.  Use Glade coupons for extra savings.  Limit 1
$10 ECB when you buy $20 Cold and Flu Remedies.  Limit 1.  Products include Dayquil, Nyquil, Vicks, Theraflu, Robitussin, Mucinex, and Boiron Homeopathic Cold or Flu Remedy. Use a lot of high value coupons from P&G Brandsaver, the CVS Flu Shot Book, and printables.

If you’ve been saving up ECBs, this book gives you some good ideas for gifts to buy with them while you are still earning more ECBs!

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