There were a few two day deals at CVS that I wanted to take advantage of this week and I had an ECB that was expiring on Sunday, so on my way to the grocery store on Sunday, I made a stop at my local CVS. I finally was able to use a raincheck I had from before Christmas, they don't expire, I confirmed.
Here is what I got:
1 - Right Guard Professional Strength 1 - Clearasil Daily Facial Wash 1 - CVS Sunscreen 2 oz
-$1 CVS Sunscreen CRT
Paid with $4, $5 and $2 in ECBs and $.20 OOP. Earned $4 and $3.99 ECBs, plus $6 ECBs from my raincheck. My store does a horrible job with labeling the ECB deals and I frequently find myself referencing my ad to make sure I am buying the right thing. I was using a rain check for $6/$6 on the Right Guard and did not realize it was on a weekly deal as well, hence the added ECBs.
2 - Bandaids 2 - Speedstick Pro 1 - First Aid Kit
-$1 Bandaids Mfg coupon -$1 Bandaids Mfg coupon -$.75 Speedstick Mfg coupon -$1 J&J First Aid Mfg coupon
Paid with $6 ECBs and $3.99 ECBs, adjusted down to $3.80, and $.25 OOP. Earned $4 and $7.98 ECBs.
I started the day with $11 in ECBs and finished the day with $15.98 in ECBs. Overall a good day, plus I got to stock up on some stuff that we need.
I work full-time outside of the home, while being a full-time mom to
a 9 year old son and 6 year old daughter. I'm also a wife to my
husband of 13 years.
I started this blog shortly after I started CVS-ing. I was
reading about everyone's plans and successes, so I decided I wanted
someplace to share my money saving adventures. I'm working on adding
some regular "features" to the blog as well as continuing to share my
money saving adventures and participating in some recipe exchanges.