CVS Drug Store Deal of the Week (5/15/11 -5/21/11)

Here are the top deals at CVS this week!  The deals aren't all that exciting, but the Neutrogena Sunscreen for just $.99 after ECB makes it work a quick run to CVS this week. 🙂  Also, be sure to scan your CVS card at the little red kiosk, reportedly they'll be printing out coupons for $3 off your $10 or more purchase of Healthcare items . . . which is perfect to use on the Bandaid & Neosporin deal this week!

Here's my CVS scenario this week:

Transaction #1

Buy 2 Neutrogena Sunscreens at $7.99 each

Use (2) $2/1 Neutrogena Suncare Product

Pay $11.98 out of pocket, Get $10 in ECB

Transaction #2

Buy 1 Huggies Diapers

Buy 1 Huggies Wipes

Use $3/1 Huggies coupon or $3/1 Huggies coupon if still available, check your binders!

Use $.50/1 Huggies Wipes coupon

Use $10 ECB from transaction #1

Pay $11.50 out of pocket, get $5 ECB

Transaction #3

Buy 1 Neosporin and 1 Bandaids priced around $8 together

Use $1.50/1 Neosporin & Bandaid

Use $5 ECB from Transaction #2

Pay around $1.50 out of pocket, get $3 ECB

*you may want to also add an extra Bandaids to your cart so that you can use the $3 off $10 health care items coupon if it prints out at the CVS kiosk when you scan your card

Transaction #4

Buy 2 Right Guard Deodorants at $2.99 each

Buy 1 Speedstick at $2.99 each

Use 1 B1G1 Right Guard coupon

Use 1 $.50/1 Speedstick

Use $3 ECB from Transaction #3

Pay $2.48 out of pocket, get $4 in ECB

For $23.46 after ECB, you'll get 3 deodorants, a big box of Huggies, Huggies wipes, Bandaids, Neosporin, and 2 Neutrogena sunscreens!  So, while this isn't the greatest drug store deal I've ever seen, it's really not too shabby a week if you need some of these items.


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  1. Just FYI – The $3 off $10 healthcare purchase worked on the sunscreen. I went to the CVS in Providence yesterday.

    • WOW LaDonna – that’s great! Thanks for letting me know!

    • Stephanie says

      This is very cashier-dependent! I tried Providence as well and the cashier on Monday afternoon would not accept it because she claimed that sunscreen is a beauty item rather than a health item, but then I went to the one at Balch and 72 today and she scanned the coupon and it worked just fine. I am glad I tried again so I could get the deal.

  2. Not sure if your CVS has the Neutrogena Suncare items on sale for $7.99 or not, but I ran over to our CVS Sunday morning to get them and our items were priced anywhere from $8.49-$13.99. They were regular price, but the $10 ECB deal was valid. I did end up getting 2 boxes of Band Aid and 2 Neutrogena Sunscreens for only $4.90 total. I used 2 $2/1 Neutrogena Suncare items coupons, 2 $.50/1 Band Aids coupons, and $20 ECB. I got back $10 ECB for the Neutrogena and $3 for the Band Aids.

  3. Stephanie says

    When I went to get my sunscreen today, I scanned my CVS card and received a coupon for $4 off when you buy both diapers and wipes. It does not specify a brand. I am thinking it would make for an even better deal in your transaction #2 for the Huggies diapers and wipes in this week’s scenario.

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