• 2 FREE Eucerin Skin Calming Daily Moisturizing Creams at CVS – Print Now!

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    Through October 12th, stop by CVS where they will be offering $10 ExtraBucks for spending $20 on Select Eucerin or Aquaphor Products!

    As an idea buy two Eucerin Skin Calming Daily Moisturizing Creams regularly priced at $9.29 and use two $3.50 off one Eucerin Body Products 8 oz+, Baby Product, or Face Products coupons. After that submit for $2 off one Eucerin Checkout 51 Cash Back making your final price FREE + 42¢ Moneymaker! Sweet!

    ► Buy 2 Eucerin Skin Calming Daily Moisturizing Creams (8 oz) @$9.29/ea = $18.58
    (price may vary by store)
    Use two $3.50/1 Eucerin Body Products 8 oz+, Baby Product, or Face Products = -$7
    (must share to get $3.50, otherwise coupon is $3/1)
    (or $2/1 Eucerin Body Products 8 oz+, Baby Product, or Face Products SS 9/29, x10/26)
    Pay: $11.58
    Get Back: $10 ExtraBucks for spending $20 (limit 1)
    Submit for $2/1 Eucerin Checkout 51 Cash Back (limit 1, x10/9)

    Final Price: FREE + 42¢ Moneymaker

    You can also check out this scenario for Aquaphor:

    ► Buy 3 Aquaphor Baby Wash and Shampoo (8.4 oz) @$7.99/ea = $23.97
    (price may vary by store)
    Use three $2/1 Aquaphor Body, Baby, or Lip Products (SS 9/29, x10/26)  = -$6
    (or $1.50/1 Aquaphor Healing Ointment Product)
    Pay: $17.97
    Get Back: $10 ExtraBucks for spending $20 (limit 1)
    Final Price: $2.65 each or $7.97 for all three

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      Hi I am new to couponing and I have some questions for you:

      1) Please let me know your top 3 places to shop for deals

      2) For CVS, I see some deals that I have to pay out of pocket first let’s say $10, and then get extracare bucks for $10 to use later, which doesn’t really make sense in terms of saving for me since most of the items there are of inflated prices.

      Do I get the ECB right away after I check out? If so, can I use it on another deal right away? That means I don’t have to pay out of pocket but I will just be using the ECB for my OOP…That way it makes more sense to me since it’s like rolling my first $10 on many deals and get many products…Is that how it is supposed to work?

      3) For Walgreen’s, besides getting the app for digital coupons and look on your site for deals, what else do I need? Buy Sunday newspapers from Dollar General? Are the newspapers good for CVS as well?

      I enjoy your blog and I think you are doing a great job. Keep it up and I hope you can answer every of my question to clear my doubts for so long…My hubby thinks I am wasting my time and I need to convince him that I am doing the right thing…Lol thank you!

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        Hi Ran!

        Apologies for the delay. I’m catching up on blog comment questions now and just saw this.

        1) I love Target and CVS. My favorite places to shop and coupon at. I also love Trader Joe’s. Price are great and you don’t need to think about coupons. 🙂

        2) CVS Extrabucks makes sense for those who tend to play the couponing game at CVS every week (or every two weeks). You’ll see that CVS will have deals every week. Lower prices (after Extrabucks) than anywhere else. Those are the types of deals we “roll” or spend our ECBs on. So we aren’t wasting the ECBs (if you are just wasting ECB for the purpose of buying anything, then that wouldn’t make sense)

        You get the ECB right after you check out. And you can turn around and use it on the next transaction. So yes, you can use it right away. I like to split my transactions such that I lower my OOP by spending as much ECB as I can on the next transaction or transactions.

        3) That’s a great question! So manufacturer coupons from inserts (sunday newspaper) can be used anywhere. I recommend if you are serious about couponing to start collecting Sunday papers every week. I don’t have a Dollar General where I live, but around here, Dollar Tree is the cheapest place to buy it for $1 or from some Starbucks for $1.50. You’ll see us referencing insert coupons for breakdowns from all stores (including CVS). So you’ll be able to use them anywhere. 🙂

        If you haven’t already, check out my How to Coupon 101 video. It’ll help answer some newbie questions:
        https://www.freestufffinder.com/how-to-coupon/

        Also checkout the top 10 newbie tips:
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82BbWitqSJY&list=PLueNSaF3KsTRlIVB3N_39koKA1KPGOIDb&index=3&t=119s

        Lastly, as a newbie. I would maybe avoid Walgreens. Stick with CVS and Target. Walgreens is a slightly harder store. Although, if there’s an easy deal that you fully understand, you can attempt it.

        Hope that helps my friend! Do let me know if you have any questions. I’m here and happy to help. 🙂

      • 1.2

        Hi Ran!
        Apologies for the delay. I’m catching up on blog comment questions now and just saw this.
        1) I love Target and CVS. My favorite places to shop and coupon at. I also love Trader Joe’s. Price are great and you don’t need to think about coupons.
        2) CVS Extrabucks makes sense for those who tend to play the couponing game at CVS every week (or every two weeks). You’ll see that CVS will have deals every week. Lower prices (after Extrabucks) than anywhere else. Those are the types of deals we “roll” or spend our ECBs on. So we aren’t wasting the ECBs (if you are just wasting ECB for the purpose of buying anything, then that wouldn’t make sense)
        You get the ECB right after you check out. And you can turn around and use it on the next transaction. So yes, you can use it right away. I like to split my transactions such that I lower my OOP by spending as much ECB as I can on the next transaction or transactions.
        3) That’s a great question! So manufacturer coupons from inserts (sunday newspaper) can be used anywhere. I recommend if you are serious about couponing to start collecting Sunday papers every week. I don’t have a Dollar General where I live, but around here, Dollar Tree is the cheapest place to buy it for $1 or from some Starbucks for $1.50. You’ll see us referencing insert coupons for breakdowns from all stores (including CVS). So you’ll be able to use them anywhere.
        If you haven’t already, check out my How to Coupon 101 video. It’ll help answer some newbie questions:
        https://www.freestufffinder.com/how-to-coupon/
        Also checkout the top 10 newbie tips:
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82BbWitqSJY&list=PLueNSaF3KsTRlIVB3N_39koKA1KPGOIDb&index=3&t=119s
        Lastly, as a newbie. I would maybe avoid Walgreens. Stick with CVS and Target. Walgreens is a slightly harder store. Although, if there’s an easy deal that you fully understand, you can attempt it.
        Hope that helps my friend! Do let me know if you have any questions. I’m here and happy to help.

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