I like this week's promotions at CVS--you don't even need coupons to benefit!
First, they have Crest toothpaste at $3.29 with $3.29 ECB--the limit is 2, and that goes a long way. In the P&G coupon insert this week, there is a $1.00 coupon and a $0.75 coupon you can use. Then, there's travel-size contact solution (Revitalens brand) for $5.99 with a $5.99 ECB. Finally, if you want a power toothbrush and have the P&G, you can get an Oral-B power toothbrush for $3.00 ($6 - $3 coupon) with a $3.00 ECB.
Then, I got a $4 off $20 in my email this week, so I knew what I was going to do right away!
2 Crest toothpaste = $6.58
Revitalens = $5.99
Oral B toothbrush $6.00
Softsoap bodywash $2.99
Subtotal before coupons : $21.57
Tax $ 1.51
- $1.00 toothpaste coupon (1.00)
- $0.75 toothpaste coupon (0.75)
- $3.00 toothbrush coupon (3.00)
- $4.00 off $20.00 (4.00)
- $10.99 in prior ECB (10.99)
= OOP of $3.34! Also, I got $17.57 in new ECB ($6.58 Crest, $3 Oral-B, $5.99 Revitalens, $2 Softsoap)
Not bad! If you don't have coupons, I'd buy them in smaller transactions (Oral B, using the $3 ECB you'll get on it to buy Crest, using Crest's $3.29 ECB to buy another Crest, and then using the last one to buy Revitalens). That minimizes what you'll pay out of pocket, but it also minimizes the ECB you'll have at the end.