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Get It Free CVS Deals

Posted on Monday, September 21st, 2009 at 4:34 pm
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If you want something for nothing, one of the first places that you should look is the drugstore, whether you visit the local store or shop online. From coupons to sales to rebates and money back to special offers, these places are a wealth of free products.

Here are some of the best CVS drugstore deals that will get you things for free.

Colgate Classic Toothbrush is giving $1 in Extra Care Bucks when you purchase it for $.99, making it free.

Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste will give you $2 in extra care bucks. It normally costs $2.99, but you can use the $1 Sunday insert coupon to make it completely free.

Wheat Thins are on sale for $1 at CVS (Thanks to Couponcravings for alerting me to the Wheat Thins Deal), and you can use this $1 bricks printable coupon. By the way, I’ve already used this Wheat Thins coupon at our local dollar store, but I missed the bit about CVS having them at the same price. But if you can’t find them at CVS, check your own dollar stores. (Thanks to Couponcravings for alerting me to the Wheat Thins Deal.)

If you haven’t used your Mars candy bar coupon from the Sunday insert that was published a couple of weeks ago, you can use it now for free candy. CVS has the candy at 2/$1, and you can use the 2/$1 coupon to make it free. If you have any extra Sunday insert coupons, stock up on the candy for Halloween! Full size candy bars are a big hit, and who can complain when they are free?

Oh, and here is a bonus tip. Did you know that coupons can vary by state? Some states have higher value coupons than others. For example, in New York City, food prices tend to be a bit higher, and not many people there are in the habit of using coupons (percentage-wise) so, values on these coupons tend to better.

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