CVS: Kellogg’s Raisin Bran Only $0.03

CVS: Kellogg’s Raisin Bran Only $0.03

If you have some ECBs you wanted to use up at CVS, here is a way to take advantage of that new $5/5 Kellogg’s Cereal Coupon, the Kellogg’s Rebate and keep your out of pocket low.

The Kellogg’s Raisin Bran and Raisin Bran Crunch are both priced at $2.33 this week at CVS.   Plus there is a $3/$15 CVS Coupon that is available.  And, of course use any ECBs you have to keep your out of pocket lower.

Here is the deal you can do:

Buy 10 Kellogg’s Raisin Bran and/or Raisin Bran Crunch $2.33 each
$3/$15 CVS Coupon
-(2)$5/5 Kellogg’s Coupons (NLA)
Pay: $10.30 (or reduce this with your ECB)
Submit for the $10 Kellogg’s Rebate
$0.03 each after coupons & rebate

Be sure to check out the rest of the CVS deals for this week!

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  • lupe

    Tried both zip codes…seems like thy’re gone ;(

  • rachael

    I got a $4 off of 20 coupon as well as the $3/15 can you technically use the $4/20 as the first q then the $3/15 since it will still be over $15 at that point then the 2 $5/5 q’s making the oop $6.30 then you would get the $10 cvs card plus submit for the $10 gas card making it a $14 mm?

    I am assuming it would work since the policy is 1 cvs q and 1 mf q per item and since there are 10 items it should qualify right cindy or someone?

    • cc

      Only one $ off a total purchase coupon per transaction. You can make 2 transactions with your 2 coupons.

    • Cindy

      You could not use both the $4/20 or the $3/$15 unless your total before any coupons was $35. Since this total is just above $20 you could use the $4/$20 but not along with the $3/$15. Hope that helps.

  • erin

    No, you cannot use both the $4/20 and the $3/15 in a single transaction. It should state on the coupon that only one “transaction” coupon can be used.

  • Teghan

    Does anyone know if the $5/5 is still available anywhere?

  • angie

    can i still used the coupon $3/15 if expired today,on today’s transaction.

    • Haseena

      Yes you can.

  • angien


  • c

    is anyone in the northeast phila area ever able to find sufficient stock like this at cvs? this would be a great deal, but i know my local cvs’s will only have one or two boxes left… :O/

  • Lisa

    Starting out on my first trip to ShopRite for dollar days sale–would it be ‘clearing the shelves’ to purchase 10 Ocean spray fruit snacks (2/$4), 8 Fundamiddles (2/$5), 10 boxes Nature Valley Granola bars (2/$5) , 10 Knorr Pasta and Rice sides (10/$10), and 14 boxes of a variety of General Mills and Kellogg’s cereals ($2.99)? Not sure where the line of etiquette lies…..thanks!

    • Jennifer C

      That seems like more than you need for the GM Dollar Days…Will it give you more than one catalina? Having said that, since you have to buy 12 products for the GM deal, if you can do it more than once, it doesn’t seem outrageous.

    • Kabby

      Lisa..make sure you do these deals separately..I do not think you can buy two of the same dollar deals in the same transaction and produce two rewards for it. You would only earn one catalina. Hope that helps.

  • Bob

    I believe the most recent change in the CVS coupon policy now allows you to use multiple $ off $X coupons. Therefore if you have $5 off $30 and $3 off $15, then if you purchase over $30 of items both coupons are OK.

    • Jennifer C

      My $3/15 specifically states “cannot be used with another coupon that offers money off a certain purchase amount”. You could use both coupons if you split the transaction though.

  • Jennifer C

    If you don’t want 10 boxes of Raisin Bran or your store doesn’t have 10 boxes, another option is to combine the deal with the Shoprite deal on Cornflakes…there’s an ecoupon for $4 off 4 Kelloggs cereal (it’s in Cindy’s matchups somewhere!). So you’d end up with the 5 Raisin Bran and the 5 Cornflakes, using 2 $5/5 Qs, plus the $3/$15 from CVS and the $4/4 from Shoprite. It’s too early to do the math, but that seems decent to me 🙂