I can't believe I am posting these great deals again before I have had a chance to get them. The last few times I did this, Rite Aid and CVS were out of stuff when I got there. But there are some great deals this week.
The best way to use CVS ECBs (extra care bucks) is to use this week's ECBs on next week's deals with ECBs. So tomorrow when I go to get my pumpkin carving kit, I will pay for it with ECBs I already have, so all I will have to pay out of pocket is tax.
THREE DAY ONLY SALE:
--Pumpkin Carving Kit $1.99, get $1.99 in ecbs
--Treat Bag .99, get .99 in ecbs
ALL WEEK SALE:
--Kashi Go Lean Cereal is on sale for $3. If you are a member of www.vocalpoint.com then you receieve 2 - $3 coupons this week for this cereal. If you are not a member, then nows the time to signup. They send great coupons.
Rite Aid has bunches for free after SCR (Single Check Rebates) this week. If you have never done SCR's they are real easy. After your initial sign-up on their website, you just enter information from your receipt online. By using coupons these will be money makers. Since there is more than $50 in Frees this week, I would break the order into 2 and use 2 $5 off $25 coupons.
$5 off $25 here -- YOU GIVE THEM THIS COUPON FIRST, BEFORE YOUR OTHER COUPONS.
All of these are free after SCR:
Breathe Again $7.99
Throat Cooler $2.99 -- coupon
Simply Saline $4.99
Simply Saline Kids $2.99
Bee M.D. Throat Drops $2.49
Carmex Moisture Plus $2.29
Carmex Lip Balm $1.99
Sinus Buster $8.99
Polygrip $1.99 -- Free Coupon --also there was this coupon in the recent inserts
Bonus: Right Now Rite Aid is doing their Gift of Savings. If you spend $25 - $50, you get a $5 Rite Aid Gift Cert., spend $51-$100, get $10 certificate and spend over $100 and get a $20 gift certificate.