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Hi all! I wanted to tell you about recent awesome CVS trip. I no longer have the receipt so amounts are approximate.
First, I bought my Loreal make up for $12, with a $1 coupon. I got 3 extra bucks.
I then went back to the coupon machine and it gave me a $2 coupon for hair color, which I was planning to buy anyway yay!
I bought two $10 boxes of Loreal hair care, on sale for $7. I used my $4 off two Loreal hair products coupon and my $2 coupon from the machine.
I also got an $8 whisk on sale for $4.99; I had a $2 coupon.
I got $50-60 worth of name brand stuff for $16 and it was all stuff I use! Yay, good for me! What is your recent good trip?
By Kathleen W. from Pittsburgh, PA
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Timntan, it's not marketing games. Theres real savings to be had. Using coupons anyway, I don't know about at cvs. I recently bought 8 bottles of Era detergent at a local grocery store that doubles coupons up to 99 cents. Era is $4.97 at walmart in my area. This store (Buehlers) had era for $2.99 on sale. My 50 cents off coupons doubled to $1 off of each one. Thats $8 savings right there. I got enough detergent to last our family of 4 for 2 1/2 to 3 months. For less than $20, how is that a marketing trick?
Yes, I love my CVS Extra Bucks and my green bag rewards. . I usually can get great deals on my husbands razor blade refills, got an MP3 player for like $3! I've also gotten blank printer ink for $6 using my Extra Bucks. I may not really save much in the long scope of things, but it makes me feel good to think I do!
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