CVS Matchups 5/8-5/14
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CVS Matchups 5/8-5/14

Posted on Saturday, May 7th, 2011 at 10:12 am
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Matchups for CVS are going to be great next week.  Lots of freebies!  We got them to you early so you can plan accordingly.

 

Carefree Body Shape Pantiliners (20-22 ct.), $0.99
$1/1 Carefree Product from 5/8/11 Sunday insert
Final price: Free

Similac Ready To Feed Formula (32 oz.), $4.99
$5/1 Similac Product from 04/03/11 Sunday insert
$3/1 Similac Product from 04/03/11 Sunday insert
Final Price: Free

Buy (3) Revlon Eye Shadows at $4.99
Get $7 ECBs wyb $15
$2/1  (3)Revlon Color Cosmetic Product from 5/8/11 Sunday insert
$3/$10 Revlon Cosmetic Purchase CVS CRT
Final Price: Free

Mitchum Deodorant, $1.99
$1/1 Mitchum Advanced Control from  5/8/11 Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.99 ea.

Buy (3) Excedrin PM at $5.59 each
$7.00 ECB when you spend $15.00
$2.50/1 (3)Excedrin PM Product from 12/05/10 Sunday insert
$1.50/1 Excedrin Product from CVS CRT
Final Price: $0.26 ea.

Excedrin (20 ct.)Buy (3) $5.49 each
$7.00 ECB when you spend $15.00
$2.50/1 (3) from 12/05/10 Sunday insert
$1.50/1 Excedrin Product CVS CRT
Final Price: $0.16 ea.

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