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Posted on Wednesday, October 14th, 2009 at 11:41 am
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I have to admit that I haven’t been paying too much attention to the drugstore deals this week, namely because I have been battling some sort of stomach virus, and just getting by for the week on ginger-ale and graham crackers. But as I slowly work my way back, I’m browsing the flyers and my inbox for deals. I did miss out on the free after ECB pumpkin carving tool and the cheap candy corn that was only offered through yesterday, but there are still some other deals to snag.

Here you go.

$5 off of $25

Take a flu shot quiz and get $5 off of $25! Combine this deal with the other great CVS deals, and you will do well.


Get a full size bottle of Scope Outlast Mouth Rinse for only $1.89. It is selling at CVS for $4.89. You can use the $1/1 Sunday insert coupon and then get $2 ECBs back. This is a good deal.

Green Bag

This one is an interesting deal. You buy a Green Bag Tag that you place on your reusable shopping bag. The tag gets scanned every time you use the bag at CVS. After four scans, you get a $1 ECB back. There is no mention of an expiration date, so we can assume that this promotion will be on for a while. The cost of the tag is $.99.

Free Glade

Next week, you should be able to get some free Glade. Here is how you do it.

Buy five Glade Sense and Spray. Use the $5/$25 coupon mentioned above and combine it with five of the $4.00/1 Glade Sense and Spray printable coupons, making all five units free!

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