CVS 8/2-8/8: Incredible ECB Deals
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CVS 8/2-8/8: Incredible ECB Deals

Posted on Wednesday, July 29th, 2009 at 8:58 pm
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CVS’s flyer for many areas shows some incredible Extra Care Buck (ECB) deals.  When you combine these with coupons, you will have the item for free, or for small change – and ECBs too!

Here’s one I am excited about: $10 ECBs when you buy $20 worth of Electrasol/Finish, Resolve, Woolite (2/$9), Lysol or airwick 2/$6, or lysol spray 2/$8.  LIMIT 1.

Yes, you’re getting ECBs for Electrasol/Finish, WHILE THE $2.50 coupon is still good!. And there’s lysol – plenty of coupons for that.

Here’s how this could break down, if you’ve been saving inserts and have several of the $2.50 coupon which expires August 9.

2 Electrasol =$9

Lysol Neutra air 10 oz = $6
2 Lysol disinfectant = $6
Total $21
-$1.50 (Two .75 cent coupons ss 6/7
-$5 (2 $2.50 electrasol coupons_ ss 7/12/2009
-$3 (2 $1.50 coupons ss 7/12/2009)

Grand total $11.50
You get $10 ECBs.

Now, go back.

A gallon of whole, fat free, 1% or 2% milk is $2.79
Ragu pasta sauce 2/$4
Skippy Peanut butter 2/$6
Total $12.79
-.75 off 2 Ragu (SS 8/2/2009)
-.50 off Skippy (SS 8/2/2009)
-.50 off Skippy (SS 8/2/2009) Yes you will have extra papers!
Total $11.04
-$10 ECB
Grand total:  $1.04.
And you will get another $4 ECBs.

Don’t you just love saving at CVS?   There’s lots more – over $100 ECBs this week. Match them to your coupons and save big!  Match it up any way you like, with coupons and sales, and you will get lots of ECBS and totally free stuff!  With the above example, you bought $33.79 worth of on sale merchandise for $12.54.  If you are a dedicated ECB saver, and have ECBs to use, your total may be less.

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