Drugstore Deals 1-17 to 1-23

January 14, 2010 at 10:06 am Leave a comment


  • PEPSI DEAL – This is one you want to stock up on!!!!
    Pepsi 12-pks 6/$20, get $10 EB back (limit 2). If you buy the full limit of 2, submit your receipts for the $10 MIR. I know, its a Coors rebate, but in MO you dont have to buy any beer.
  • CVS vitamins buy one, get one free
  • In-ad coupon to double your Extra Bucks from 2% to 4% for the 1st Quarter this year. Make sure to get this one in!
  • Crave-NX spray $7.99, get $7.99 EB (limit 2). This will be a good filler to get your total up to use a $5/20 if they give us a new one.
  • Airwick Freshmatic Mini $4.99. Use this $4 coupon to get it for $.99!
  • Curel or Jergens – get $5 EB when you buy 2. Use the $3/2 Jergens or the $2 Curel from the 12-6 SS.
  • Bioluxe Shampoo & Conditioners – buy one, get one free. Look for the TMF (Try Me Free) tags on the Conditioners. Submit for the rebate, and get both for free.
  • Huggies boxed diapers $19.99.
  • Charmin 20 roll packs $12.99, get $4 EB.


  • NyQuil $5. Buy $15, get $5RR, buy $20 get $10 RR. Use the $1.50/1 coupon from the 12-27 PG.
  • Buy one Theraflu (3.99) & one Lipton Tea (2.99), get $4RR. Use the $2 Theraflu coupon, and the $2 SugarFree coupon from the winter D&Y booklet. Makes this a $1 money-maker.
  • Buy one Mucinex (9.99) and one Lysol spray (3.49), get $3 RR. Use the $1 Mucinex coupon from the 12-13 SS and the $1 Lysol coupon.
  • Kellogg’s cereals $1.99. Use the $1/2 from the 1-10 RP to get 2 boxes for $2.98.
  • 5-pk CFL bulbs $5.99
  • Scotch packing tape buy one, get one free. Use the $.50 coupon from the 12-6 RP.
  • Curel or Jergens 2/$12 – get $5 RR when you buy 2. Use the $3/2 Jergens or the $2 Curel from the 12-6 SS.
  • Pepsi products – buy $20 worth, get $10 RR. Submit your receipts for the $10 MIR when you buy $30 worth (so do the deal at least 2 times).

Enjoy! Hopefully we get another $5/20 coupon for CVS this week. They have been great over the last couple of weeks! CVS starts their sales early on Saturdays sometimes. I am going to try the Pepsi one on Saturday to see if its working already – that way I can use this week’s $5/20 to do the deal.

TIP: Want to know if your store has activated the sale already? Look for the sale tags up throughout the store. Also, pick up an item you know will be on sale (Pepsi, Airwick, etc) and check it at the price scanner. If it says “Price with Card”, you know that the sale is already active 🙂 Shopping on Saturday allows me to take advantage of both sales at the same time. The only things that dont get activated early are the special Sun/Mon/Tues only deals. Other than that, it should work just fine.


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Coupon Terms

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

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

IP = Internet Printable coupon.

IVC = Instant Value Coupon. These are at Walgreens

MIR = Mail in Rebate

OOP = Out of Pocket

P&G = Proctor & Gamble. One of the Sunday
coupon inserts.

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

RR = Register Rewards. Use these like cash at Walgreens.

SS = Smart Source. One of the Sunday coupon inserts

WYB = when you buy

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