CVS weekly couponing haul

 

I started with $6 and $5 extrabucks:

Here’s the deal breakdown


TRANSACTION 1

Purchased

  • 4 L’oreal shampoo + conditioner on sale for 2/$8
  • Subtotal $16

Used

Paid $0 + tax
Received $5 extrabucks from buying $16 worth of L’oreal hair care products
Submit $0.50 Ibotta rebate


TRANSACTION 2

Purchased

  • 2 Palmolive dish soap 10 oz $1.89 each = $3.78
  • Rimmel Scandaleyes Liner $6.49
  • Rimmel Kate Sculp Trio $6.99
  • Subtotal $17.26

Used

  • Minus Palmolive Buy One Get One 50% off sale ( – 0.95)
  • $3/1 Rimmel Eye manufacturer printable coupon (no longer available)
  • $3/1 Rimmel Face manufacturer printable coupon (no longer available)
  • $3 off $12 Cosmetics purchase CVS coupon
  • $6 extrabucks

Paid $1.31 + tax
Received $6 extrabucks from buying $12 worth of Rimmel products + $2 for buying 2 Palmolive


TRANSACTION 3

Purchased

  • 3 St. Ives body wash $5.29 each (regular price)
  • Subtotal $15.87

Used

  • $3 off $10 Body Wash purchase CVS coupon
  • $5 extrabucks
  • $6 extrabucks

Paid $1.87 + tax
Received $10 extrabucks from buying $15 worth of select St. Ives or Caress products + $3 Beauty Bucks for reaching $30 threshold.
Submit for Checkout 51 $1 St. Ives rebate since I didn’t use any St. Ives manufacturer coupons which can be redeemed up to $3. 


So overall I spent $3.18 and for simplicity’s sake, I won’t include the tax. Then I received a total of $13 in extrabucks and $3.50 in rebates. With that, I was able to buy about $50 worth of products!

Things to note:

  • I could have made an extra $1 with my Rimmel transaction had I purchased a cheaper item but I wanted to buy something I can easily gift to someone. The Kate face trio is pretty and practical and really giftable! I wish Rimmel would seal their packaging, though.
  • I could have made an extra $1.75 had I purchased L’oreal treatment and styler via Ibotta rebate but those are things I don’t think I’ll use and can give away.  I purchased stylers before and NO ONE wanted them.

 

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