CVS: Dry Idea Moneymaker-Limit of 3!

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I just wanted to let all you CVS shoppers know that The Dry Idea Extra Care buck deal is actually a limit of 3 NOT 1! … so go back and snag some more!

Dry Idea $2.99=$2Ecb
Use the $2 coupon from here
Final cost FREE, plus a $1 moneymaker!
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  1. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Does CVS give coupon overages? Would we actually make money on the Dry Idea…or would the machine beep as it does at Walgreens?

  2. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    The Dry Idea is priced at $2.99, so the $2 coupon will NOT beep since the value of the item is higher then the coupon value.

    After you purchase the Dry Idea a $2 Extra Care Buck will print out on your receipt that you’ll be able to use like cash on your next purchase, so that’s how the deal becomes a $1 moneymaker.

    You may want to read my CVS store guide. If you scroll down on the right hand side of my blog you’ll see a spot that says Store Guides.

  3. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Thank you for all your work at gathering this information and sharing it! I’m going to make my first roll-over purchases at CVS tomorrow. I’ll spend only $4.99 and bring home $7.01 in Extra Care Bucks, if all works according to plan! ^_^ I’m SO excited!!!

    I’m also planning to roll my $10 RR rewards at Walgreens into some more. SO exciting for this NEWbie!!!

  4. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Linked to you! Thanks for sharing the info 🙂

  5. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Thanks for posting this. I just went and was able to get 3 and use 3 coupons to get $6 ecbs back. Sweet stuff. I just spent $.20 OOP saved $44.92 with $12.98 ecb’s earned!
    I love this store and this blog. Keep the deals coming!

  6. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Do you know how i could get a 25 dollar coupon for a new or transferred prescription?

  7. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    Sometimes they will print out at the end of your receipt. You can also scan your card using the “coupon machine” and you may get one their.

    Lots of times they will also have coupons available in the Sunday paper.

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