My haul today includes 3 bags of Huggies diapers, a tub of wipes, a can of ravioli, and 3 gallons of milk all for free (I did have to pay $1.61 in taxes)! I received $12 back in ExtraBucks so this was a huge moneymaker for me! This is a great way of earning store credit to use for next weeks deals.
Here’s how the deal worked (YMMV depending on how much you have to start with and what coupons the store is willing to accept):
Buy 2 gallons of milk, $5.98
Buy 1 can Ravioli, $1
-used $7 ExtraBucks from last weeks deal
=free plus receive $2 ExtraBucks wyb 2 Milk
Buy 3 Huggies jumbo pack of diapers, $9.49 each ($28.47)
-used 3 $3/1 printable from Walmart.com
-used 2 $1.50 Huggies CVS mailer
-used $4 off $15 Huggies purchase CRT (received last week from the coupon machine)
Buy 1 Huggies wipes tub, $3
-used $0.50/1 mailer or printable
-used $1 Huggies wipes CVS mailer
Buy 1 Gallon of milk, $2.99
Total before ExtraBucks: $16.96
-used $5 off $30 CVS coupon
-used $10 ExtraBucks (coupon adjusted down to $9.96)
-used $2 ExtraBucks from previous
=free, plus tax $1.61
If you have an ExtraBuck coupon from CVS that is more than the total transaction, your coupon can be manually adjusted down since CVS does not allow cashback.
As you can see here, my total was $0.00! I did have to pay Uncle Sam $1.61 for the diapers and wipes.
Here is what the ad looks like in the CVS store circular. These are the other products you can purchase, in addition to the Huggies: Pampers diapers, Little Remedies, Aquaphor, Enfamil, 6pk, Pull-Ups, Johnson’s Baby, and Select CVS baby items. When you spend $30, you will receive $12 ExtraBucks or when you spend $15, you will receive $5 Extrabucks.
In addition to buying the milk, you can also get a 1.5qt of Stroh’s Ice Cream to get the $2 ExtraBucks. If you do decide to get both items, make sure to use this $1 off coupon in the ad to save even more!