Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Super Quick CVS Trip Before My ECB Expired

I ran into CVS yesterday to grab a few things (for FREE) before the last $5 in ECB from a trip a month ago expired. They expired today, so I cut it pretty close. I have heard rumors of CVS's taking expired ECB and I have had an expired CVS coupon accepted once, but I don't want to push my luck!

2 Xtra Detergents $3.00
Mott's Applesauce $2.00


$5 in ECB

Total = ZERO cash OOP paid!! I didn't get anything back, but I'll live. I was just happy to get to use the ECB on something we'll use. I really like that CVS gives you so long to use them.

To check out current or future CVS ads visit, I Heart CVS. Erica also does coupon match-ups! I'm hoping now that Halloween is almost over, the deals will improve a bit. Or at least not include so much candy!! :)

1 comment:

ben said... conducted a study among 284 Americans viewing a news clip about CVS selling expired products in Connecticut. Results found that the majority of respondents (80%) reported that Connecticut’s attorney general should sue CVS after viewing the news clip. The majority of viewers (62%) stated that they would be less likely to purchase products from CVS after viewing the video. In addition, participants who indicated that they were less likely to purchase products at CVS reported that they would most likely shop at Walgreens. More in depth results can be seen at:

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