Drugstore Deals 1-10 to 1-16

January 7, 2010 at 10:01 pm 2 comments

There is not a lot going on this week.  Perfect, since the weather is pretty yucky!


  • BOGO Deals:
    • Maxwell House coffee $4.89.  Use the $1/2 coupon from the 12-6 SS.  That makes it $3.89 for 2 cans, not too shabby.
    • CVS Brand Batteries
    • Q-tips 375 ct package.  Use the BOGO coupon from the 12-13 RP to get these for free!
  • Airwick Freshmatic or Lysol Neutra Air Freshmatic $5.99.  Use the $4 coupon (Airwick) or this $4 coupon (Lysol) to get this for $1.99
  • $1 EB when you buy (2) CVS Green Bag Tag and/or a reusable bag.  If you dont have a bag-tag already, I suggest getting one this week.  They will give you $1 EB every 4th scan!  Much better than the $.05 at the grocery store.


  • Colgate Max Fresh toothpaste or Max White toothbrush $2.99, get $2 RR.  Use the $1 coupon from 1-3 SS to get this for free.
  • Oscar Mayer bacon 2/$6, get $1 RR.  Use the $.75 coupon from the 11-15 SS to get 2 packages of bacon for $3.50.
  • Eggs $.99
  • BOGO Deals:
    • Lysol cleaners (Basin, Tub & Tile cleaner; Toilet Bowl cleaner; Disinfecting Wipes).  There is a variety of $1 coupons from the 1-3 SS, and you can use 2.  Should mean a pretty good deal on these cleaners.
    • Fantastik, Scrubbing Bubbles (can), Windex, and Oust.  Use the BOGO coupons from the 1-3 SS on the Oust to get two cans for free!  Remember, these items also qualify for the SC Johnson $5 mail in rebate.
    • $5.99 – Resolve, Spot Shot, Woolite Carpet spot remover.  Use the $1 coupon from the 1-3 SS for the Resolve, Spot Shot (or use this coupon), or the $1 Woolite coupon from the 11-22 SS  Remember, you can use 2 coupons!
  • All detergent $4.  Use the $2 coupon from the 12-6 SS to get these for $2.  The coupon expires on Sunday.
  • Dryel starter kit or refils $7.99, get $3 RR.  Use the $4 coupon to get these for $.99 each.
  • Nivea body wash (the new Hydrating Gels).  $4.99, get $2 RR.  There were $1 coupons on these displays at some stores, making them $1.99 each.
  • Thermacare neck to arm wrap (1ct) $2.49, get $2.49 RR.
  • Triaminic 2/$10, get $5 RR.  Buy the thin strips, and use the $3 coupon from the 12-6 SS to make $1 on these.  I buy the allergy ones for me – they are easy to keep at work 🙂




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  • 1. ndchic  |  January 11, 2010 at 9:14 pm

    Are the coupons different depending on the area in which you live? The SS where I live didn’t have the Finish coupon last week and a few others that it should have this week.

    • 2. sammyssecrets  |  January 11, 2010 at 9:23 pm

      Yeah, they vary by region. Usually here in the MidWest we get the lower value coupons, but we always get the Finish coupons. If you dont get the ones you want, you can buy them on eBay very easily.


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BOGO = Buy one, get one (usually buy one get one free).

EB = Extra Bucks. Use these like cash at CVS.

IP = Internet Printable coupon.

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MIR = Mail in Rebate

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RP = Red Plum. One of the Sunday coupon inserts.

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