Here are this week’s scenarios starting 12/15/13. It’s a little slow this week at CVS so I’ve only included two scenarios. I am excited to see the diaper deal is back. I have $13 in Extra Care Bucks that are nearing expiration that I plan to use this week, which will bring down my out of pocket total significantly. Make sure to use any you have as well! This post includes specific items you can purchase and coupons that you can use to maximize your dollar AND your Extra Care Bucks at CVS. Please know that you do not have to follow these transactions if you do not want to. The goal of this post is to help you get an idea on how to roll your Extra Care Bucks from one scenario to the next. Please also know that these transactions do not take into account tax. Every state taxes differently so you may need to budget a little extra to cover tax.
To see this week’s CVS Weekly Ad & Coupon Matchups, go HERE!
Buy two Huggies Pull Ups, $9.99 (you will receive $10 ECB wyb $30)
Buy one Huggies Slip On Diapers, $9.99
Minus two $2/1 Pull-Ups Training Pants printable
Minus one $2.50/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diapers printable (must share the coupon)
If you have left over ECBs from last week use them here!
Total Spent: $23.47
Receive: $10 ECB
Buy two Oral B Toothbrush refill 2ct, $5.99 each (you will receive $4 ECB)
Buy two Dawn Hand Renewal Dish Liquid, $0.97 each
Buy two Dawn Ultra Dish Liquid, $0.97 each
Minus two $2/1 Oral-B Replacement Brush Heads, exp. 12/31/13 (RP 11/24/13 R)
Minus two $0.25/1 Dawn Ultra printable
Minus two $0.50/1 Dawn Hand Renewal, Power Clean, Bleach Alternative or Oxi printable
Minus $10 ECB from Transaction #1
Total Spent: $0.36
Receive: $4 ECB
Total Remaining ECBs to apply towards next week’s ad: $4 ECB
Total Out of Pocket for 2 transactions: $23.83 + applicable taxes for approximately $46.00 in products. And if you use left over ECBs from last week you can buy even more!
**Also – Don’t forget that your ECBs will expire in a few weeks and if you let them expire, you are basically throwing away money. If you are concerned you will let them expire and you want to use them now, I would put your ECBs towards paper products like toilet paper, paper towels, etc which are hard to get dirt cheap!