CVS Store Deals

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Shopping the drugstores can really help you cut down on your grocery budget. We highlight the CVS Store Deals and Coupon Matchups including any weekly updates on all the top Extra Care Bucks (ECB) Deals, FREE items, and cheap items from the weekly ad.

Find the current CVS Coupon Match Ups

If you are new to shopping at CVS, you’ll want to make sure you read CVS 101 first so you know how to maximize your savings. You’ll find there are many great ways to save at CVS – and it is realistic to save 90% (or more) once you get the hang of it.

And if you are new to using coupons in general, I recommend that you start with Couponing: Where to Begin to get the basics. You may also want to check out  Coupon Lingo.

You can also check the ad online (the following week is usually posted by Thursday or Friday)

I will also continue to post any other Weekly Deals  that I find, so you can check all the CVS posts to make sure you catch all the deals.

My biggest tip with shopping the drugstores is to start small. Don’t worry about trying to make a huge trip – focus on just 1 or 2 FREE deals a week until you feel comfortable to do more.

  • tina

    Hi there, I was wondering if anyone knows what happenned to the CVS (printable) 5 off 20 coupon. I can’t find it anywhere. Can someone please help me??? Thank you!

  • I’m not sure which printable you mean? They release coupons in email every once in a while, but those are for individual use.

  • Karen Dixon

    I have been so intimidated to try doing the couponing at CVS or Walgreens. Could you possibly write me up a senario on the best way to purchase the following sale items?
    Old Spice or Gillette body wash
    Schick Hydro 3 or Hydro 5 razor system or cartridges 4ct
    Gillette ProGlide razor
    Im still a little confused as to how to do the separate transactions and get the best deals.

  • CHM

    They still print them, sometimes with you receive them at the end of a invoice and they also are printed with store coupons when you scan your card at the Kiosk. (should your store have one). I’d recommend you scan your CVS card daily. I’d imagine they would have a limited quantity offered per month.

  • Kelli

    I go to CVS on a weekly basis. My suggestion is to make out your shopping list from the circular and list which items you have coupons for with a count of how many items to purchase and your price then subtract your coupon off each item. Then buy those items that give you an extra reward 1st. Then go back later with your extra reward coupons for whatever amount and get the items on the rest of your list. After I see what is on sale, I check the internet for a coupon on that item. For example CVS has Kellogg’s Corn Flakes on sale for $1.66 a box. I found a coupon for $1.00 off 2 boxes. I printed 2 coupons and spent $1.16 a box. I have noticed that I typically save more $ by purchasing laundry detergent, fabric softner and mouthwash/toothbrushes at the grocery store when they are on sale and double coupon and then buy cereal at CVS.

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