Reader Shopping Trip to CVS – Paid $2.00

Extreme Couponing CVS

Extreme Couponing CVS

I’m loving the awesome All Laundry Detergent Deal at CVS this week and so is reader Danielle!  She picked up 4 bottles of All detergent, 2 newspapers and 1 bottle of Colgate toothpaste for a cost of just $2.00 after all coupons, ECBs and SavingStar Deposit.  Awesome job, Danielle!


  • (4) All Mighty Pacs, $3.99 each
  • (1) Colgate toothpaste $3.00
  • (2) Sunday Newspapers $1.50 each

Coupons Used:

  • $4/$20 CVS Coupon
  • (2) $3/2 All Product, exp. 2/16/14 (RP 01/05/14 #2)
  • (1) $0.35/1 Colgate Toothpaste, exp. 2/15/14 (SS 02/02/14)
  • (1) $2.25/1 Colgate Toothpaste CVS Coupon from Red Coupon Machine (coupon adjusted down to $1.61)
  • $10.00 ECB

Paid: $0.00
Received: $3.00 ECB (All Laundry), $5/$15 All Laundry Detergent (SavingStar Deposit)

Be sure to check out the rest of the CVS Deals for the week before you shop.

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  • Danielle

    Hi! You forgot to include that I used the $4.00/$20.00 purchase from an e-mail. My total OOP was $0.00 🙂

    • Melinda Dilione

      Woop! Thanks, Danielle. Added that in. Great job!

    • Great job Danielle. Thanks for sharing your shopping trip.

  • micah

    What was the 3.00 eb deal for all detergent. I thought there was a 2.25 eb deal on toothpaste.

    • Danielle

      ALL is on sale for $3.99 ea, with a $1.00 ECB (in the CVS ad) but the limit is actually 3 and not 1. There are $3/2 ALL from the 1/5/14 RP and a $5.00 back when you spend $15.00 Saving Star deposit.

      So it would look like this:

      Buy 4 ALL detergents $3.99 ea = $15.96
      Use (2) $3/2 ALL from RP

      Pay $9.96 OOP, get $3.00 ECB and submit for $5.00 Saving Star deposit. So it’s “like” getting them for $.49 each.

      Hope that helps!

      Also, the toothpaste deal had no ECB. It is just a $2.25 coupon from the red machine.

  • Alissa Gloriande Berse

    Why did the coupon adjust down to $1.61 for the toothpaste?

    • dana

      otherwise, the transaction would have been negative
      it may not have been adjusted if they had added something small to the transaction