HOT deal at CVS

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Thanks (yet again) to Kim for the heads up!

CVS has a big display at many stores with these rolls for 1.99 with a $1.99 ECB back.  Each one has a roll of TP in it.  The receipts are printing showing that the deal limit has not been reached.  You have to buy them in separate transactions in order to get the ECB. Here is what I did: ***with these deals we NEVER know when CVS will change the limits.  So be prepared.

Bought 1 @ $1.99

Used $1.99 in ECB

paid .13

Got a $1.99 ECB

 

Bought #2 @ 1.99

used $1.99 ECB

paid .13

got a $1.99 ECB

 

Bought #3 @ 1.99

used $1.99 ECB

paid .13

got a $1.99 ECB

 

Bought #4 @ 1.99

used $1.99 ECB

paid .13

got a $1.99 ECB

 

Total cost: 52 cents in tax, ending with a $1.99 ECB

(I actually used a previously earned CVS gift card so my OOP was $0.00!)

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Comments

  1. Michele Johnson says

    After you bought the 4th one, did it say your limit had been reached? You can use the ECB from the same deal to get another ECB at CVS?

  2. M says

    They were doing this all last week also. Limit is 4. I hope they are not all sold out in your local CVS since many of us got them last week. Good luck. They are useful for a lot of things if you don’t want/need them to hold toilet paper.

  3. Jessie says

    For those who have insurance and don’t know, most insurance companies offer incentives to eat right and exercise. I have blue cross and blue shield of NC and they give points for eat fruits and vegetables and getting at least 30 minutes of exercise which can be cashed in for gift cards. I use mine for CVS so I can take advantage of the deals without having to spend money. The points come out to about $2.8 a week if you do it every day and it is for every member with insurance that signs up for their own account so my husband and I each have our own which means double points for us. I’ve heard United Health care has a similar program but I’m not sure.

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