I got some great deals today at CVS. My receipt says that I saved $58.00. My total before taxes for all of this was $7.80 (revision-since I took the sidewalk chalk back today and it was 75% off, it reduced my total to $4.58), however, I just saw on my receipt that I was charged full price for sidewalk chalk at $4.29 that was marked 75% off so I will be going back tomorrow to get a refund which will bring my total down to around $4.50. And I got $10 in Extra Care Bucks to use on my next purchase.
Here is the breakdown:
2 Rolo mini pouches $3.00 each, I used 2 printable coupons for $2.50 each that are for Kit Kat mini pouches, but I asked if we could try them b/c they were sold out of the Kit Kats and it worked making the Rolos 50 cents a bag.
1 bag Unreal candy $3.00, minus coupon for 50 cents off making it $2.50.
I bag onion rings $0.88
1 Huggies Pull-Ups $9.99 minus CVS coupon for $2 (mailed to me) and Pull-Ups printable for $2 off making them $5.99.
2 Huggies Slip-On Diapers $9.99 each, $2.50 and $2.00 printable coupons making them $7.49 and $7.99 each
Huggies wipes $2.99 minus 50 cent coupon equals $2.50
(The extra care bucks I earned were from buying the diapers and wipes. If you spend $15 you get $5 back and if you spend $30 you get $10 back.)
I basic paper towel 79 cents minus 79 cents coupon from the coupon machine making them free.
Sidewalk chalk at $4.29 was supposed to be 75% off and will be going back tomorrow. (I went back and they changed it to $1.07 b/c it was 75% off. Glad I looked at the receipt.)
1 CVS hydrogen peroxide $1.67 minus $1.50 off first aid coupon from the CVS coupon machine making it 17 cents.
I used a $5 off $25 coupon from the CVS coupon machine and a $5 off $25 baby purchase coupon from the coupon machine. (Both printed tonight.)
I used $15 in extra care bucks from my last shopping trip, but I earned $10 in extra care bucks today.
Total for trip = $4.58 and I earned $10 in Extra Care Bucks. These deals should be good through Saturday July, 27th.
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