Hidden Moneymaker @ CVS

yhst 16632634487019 2040 1192150888 Hidden Moneymaker @ CVSBuy 2 Neutrogena Transparent Facial Bar @ $2.99, Get $10 Extra Bucks (Limit 1)
Final Price after Extra Bucks: FREE +  $4 profit! (Thanks Deal Seeking Mom!)

I can confirm this works in Indiana if you can find these, it is a sweet money maker!

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comments { 9 Comments }
  • bekah - February 16, 2009 @ 3:27 pm 1
    worked in TN, too!
  • Kat - February 16, 2009 @ 4:19 pm 2
    Worked for me in Florida!
  • Shannon - February 16, 2009 @ 4:37 pm 3
    Worked for me, and I even had $1 off MQ that I had printed last month! WOO HOO
  • joanna - February 16, 2009 @ 9:46 pm 4
    Worked for me in your neck of the woods- thanks for the tip!
  • Amber - February 16, 2009 @ 10:26 pm 5
    Worked for me in Southern Illinois tonight!
  • Lori Maxwell - February 17, 2009 @ 12:27 pm 6
    can you get rainchecks for these items that offer ECB? Just curious? Or is it only for the sale prices?
  • Bargain Briana - February 17, 2009 @ 2:22 pm 7
    Sometimes you can get rain checks for Extra Buck Generating Items. Each store has their own policy. Anyone know if there is a corporate policy?

    I’ve never done it because I find the deal always comes around again and rainchecks usually get lost or forgotten about in my coupon wallet!

    I doubt though for this particular hidden deal you will be able to get a rain check since it is a “hidden” deal.

  • Donna - February 17, 2009 @ 4:45 pm 8
    In my store in PA the 10.00 ECB was for Neutrogena Sun Products listed with a picture, and the soap was not listed. Should I have tried anyway?
  • Amy - February 21, 2009 @ 8:19 am 9
    Ok, I am determined to learn this CVS thing and stop paying full price for things just because I am not a planner. So, in this instance, even if I wouldn’t use the Neutrogena Soap, it’s a good purchase because I’ll come out $4 ahead, right?

    Also, how do the Rx prices at CVS compare to Costco. We have 9 Rx’s that we have filled each month. If I transferred them all the CVS that would be $225 in gift cards. Seems like it might be a worthwhile thing to do. But not if the costs of the Rx’s are more.

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