CVS: Better than FREE Neutrogena!


See the full list of CVS Deals this week HERE

If you’ve headed to CVS this week – you’ll know that the Magical Coupon Machine is printing off a coupon for $3/$10 health Care Items.  Apparently this is good on the Neutrogena sunscreen deal this week (Preventing skin cancer = health care, right?)  Here’s how to get it for free:

Buy (2) Neutrogena Sunscreens at $7.99 – $9.99 ea = As low as $15.98
Use $3/$10 CVS Coupon
Use (2) $2/1 Neutrogena Suncare Product
Pay as little as $8.98 ~ Get $10 in ECB
(makes it FREE + $1.02 Profit!)

Thanks to Laurie at PassionatePennyPincher!

Comments

  1. Julie says

    Leslie,
    I’m in Macon also, and i used it at the CVS on Emery Hwy down from the Coliseum Hospital. :)

  2. leslie says

    Just left my Zebulon Rd CVS in Macon and they would not let me use the 3/10 on the neutrogena sunscreen. The mgr said healthcare items were only the things in the section right in front of the pharmacy. Still, not a bad deal.

  3. Christie says

    The cheapest sunscreen my store had was around $10.49. I was able to use the 25% off your total purchase email I got today, the $3/$10 healthcare coupon,and two $2 coupons. I used a $10 ECB to pay for it (I lost about 50 cents on that), and I paid 88 cents out of pocket. Then I got the $10 ECB back. Awesome for sunscreen!

  4. Julie says

    I went to CVS today and bought 2 Neutrogena Sunless Tanning Sprays. They were $12.94 each. I used 2 $2/1 manufacturer Q’s, my $3/$10 CVS Q from scanner and I got back $10 ECB so after that I paid $9.30 which makes them a little over $4 each. I’m new to couponing so I’m not sure how good of a deal this really was. Suggestions are welcome. Good Luck! :)

  5. Christina Madarena says

    This deal didn’t work out at my store either :( The cheapest sunscreen they had was $10 and it wasn’t worth it. I DID however get some great deals. Walked out with a box of Huggies diapers, bag of wipes, 3pk of Dial soap, 2 50oz bottles of Wisk, and a 24 ct CVS Allergy meds for about $24 OOP. Used $3/1 Huggies MF Q, $4 off Huggies diapers AND wipes CVS Q I got from the kiosk, $4 off ANY allergy med Q also from the kiosk (the box of meds were only $3.79 so this made them free plus overage!), two $2/1 Wisk Qs, and a 25% off CVS Q I got in my email (DID NOT apply to sale items so only saved about 84 cents on meds that were already free). Got everything but Wisk in first transaction and then used the ECB from the first transaction to get the Wisk. And still have $1 ECB for next trip :)

  6. Rose says

    my cheapest n.sunscreen was 11.29.. never got a 3/10.. the sunscreen has two locations in the store, but i couldnt find anything under the 11dollars..

  7. Erica says

    I combined the two neutrogena sunscreen sticks (11.29 each) for the 10ecb with the bandaid/neosproin 3ecb deal this week. I had 2/2.00 off for the sunscreen and found a 3.00 wyb bandaid with neosporin coupon that I found in the new first aid kit we got from walmart a week or so ago. I was able to use the 3/10 coupon with it and also ended up with 13 ecb, which I turned around and used on the Pepsi deal they have going on ( 5 12 pks for 13.00). I spent about 25.52 for the entire trip. I’m really new to couponing, and this is one of the best trips I’ve had yet :)

  8. Leah says

    I went to our CVS yesterday, and the manager told me it was only for the 2 suncare items listed in the CVS AD, and the cheaper sunscreen was $11.29. So I bought 2 for $22.58 – $4 (for 2 of the $2 off coupons) which made it $18.58, and I was told the $3 off $10 was fo medicines only. So, I spent after ECB $8.58 on 2 sunscreens, and believe me they are tiny!!

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