CvsTrip ~ October 3rd

Thanks to Kimber and Suzanne for hanging out at CVS with me tonight! Good times... Suzanne scored big time with about $120 in products, she paid $41 out of pocket ( she used gift card to pay for this from transferring prescriptions)and left with exactly $40 in ECB's for next week!

New to CVS, watch my video HERE on how to make a transaction. You can also listen to my radio broadcastHERE explaining how to shop at CVS.

This is what I did.

#1 Transaction my card

Blink Tears (rain check) $7.99
used $3.00 Blink coupon
used $2.00 ECB
Total $2.99 got back $8 in ECB's

#2 Transaction
Milk $2.49
1 Pantene conditioner $4.49
1 Cologate toothbrush $2.99
1 Ice Cube gum (used as filler) $.65
used $1.00 Colgate coupon
used $1.00 Pantene coupon
used $8 ECB's
Total $.65 cents! Got back $2 for colgate and $2 for Pantene ECB's

#1 Transaction on Paul's card.

1 Dial soap $1.88
1 Head and Shoulder's $4.49
1 Pantene $4.49
1 Colgate toothbrush $2.99
3 St. Ives Body wash $3.99 each
used $.35 Dial coupon
used $1.00 Pantene coupon
used $1.00 Colgate coupon
used $3.00 St.Ives coupons
used $5/25 CVS coupon
used $11.00 ECB's
Total $8.36 Got back $5 for St. Ives, $2 Pantene, $2 Colgate, $2 Head and Shoulders, $1 Dial.

So I spent $12.00 out of my pocket and got back $16 in ECB's for next week.


1 comment:

Becky and Joe said...

Great job Tiffany! I did two transactions last night, using two $5/25 coupons...first transaction--Edy's ice cream, viactiv, and tylenol. Second transaction--revlon nail polish (like we need any more after the sally hanson deal), and the colgate toothpaste. I couldn't find any Benefiber priced lower than $7.49, though. Any ideas on that?