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Burn Cream

CVS Shoppers!

Through August 13th, Boiron Calendula Burn Cream and Arnicare Bruise Gel are on sale for $8.49! Even better, when you purchase just one, you’ll score a $6 ExtraBuck (unadvertised deal) – which makes for some fantastic savings!

Please note that this sale AND ExtraBuck promo should be advertised in-store. However, my sidekick, Erica, headed to her local store in Florida and they had yet to put up their sale tags. If you do not see these items marked at your store either, be sure to price check.

Check out how you can score these items for FREE:

Boiron

Buy 1 Calendula Burn 1 oz $8.49 (Through 8/13)
Use the $3/1 Boiron Calendula Topical Creme, Gel, Lotion or Ointment coupon Or use the $3/1 Calendula Cream 2.5 oz or Calendula Burn coupon found in the 8/7 RP
Pay $5.49
Earn $3 cash back via Ibotta App for purchasing Boiron Calendula Burn cream OR earn $3 cash back via Ibotta App for purchasing Boiron Calendula Bruise cream
Pay $2.49
Get back a FREE $6 EB
Final cost FREE + a $3.51 Money Maker!

Buy 1 Arnicare Bruise 1.5 oz for $8.49 (Through 8/13)
Pay $8.49
Earn $3 cash back via Ibotta App for purchasing Arnicare Bruise cream
Get back a FREE $6 EB
Final cost FREE + a $0.51 Money Maker!

(Thanks, Samantha!)


Erica has 6+ years' experience as a deals manager & writer. She hasn't paid full-price for anything in 3+ years & is credit card free. Connect with Erica on LinkedIn


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  1. rn30032

    Is this stuff any Good…they have been pratically giving it away with the coupons and rebates the past few months

    • Jenn

      I’ve used the Arnicare pain relief rub. I questioned myself if it was working because I felt nothing, like no tingling, coolness, heat…nothing. But I noticed that within the hr, my muscle pain had calmed down significantly. My mom has been using it for years for muscle aches and she loves it.

      • Kat

        It’s because it’s homeopathic. That basically means its “active ingredients” are diluted down to nearly undetectable levels.

      • Trinity

        We love arnica gel. My husband and I were college athletes and this stuff makes a huge difference in bruised muscle, sprained joints and even swollen ligaments. We always keep some on hand!

    • pandoraaddict

      I use the first aid cream for big bites, does help them go down faster and can be used continuously unlike cortizone.

    • mel

      The Calendula First Aid cream is also included (plus $4 back from Ibotta!) I was a bit hesitant of buying it last go-round, but glad I did. My son went to a swimming party last month and decided he didn’t want to wear his swim shirt. And on top of it, didn’t ask anyone to apply / reapply sunscreen. Naturally, he burned ..sigh… anyway, I didn’t have any aloe, and digging through my First Aid container, saw the Calendula. Rubbed it on and not much long after, said his back wasn’t tight or itchy. His skin was healed in just a few days. Def recommend. Just a heads up, the insert q beeps. The box I bought had a peelie, so the cashier tried that one, and it also beeped. So she had to override it.

      • lovedeals

        Yes, coupon from newspaper or on box both doesn’t work.

      • Emilia

        The coupon from insert is for 1.5 oz, the cream that I bought is 1 oz but even the one found in the box didn’t go through, the cashier put it on after hesitating for like 2mn!!!!

      • Kary

        Hey Mel, ty for the Ibotta advice but the $4 for the Cream is for Target, rebate not available for CVS

        • mel

          I realized after I posted when I went to verify the purchase, it wasn’t in CVS gallergy Ughhh… I love Ibotta, but sometimes hate the store specific offers! Esp when there’s a better offer somewhere else! So this morning, I went to CVS and exchanged for the Bruise Relief.

  2. Denise Barber

    Hello, I am trying to understand the CVS sales. If they have P&G products on sale and it says spend $20 to receive 5 EB, does that mean $15 before any of the manufacture coupons or $20 total after all the coupons are taken into consideration? For example 2 Tide, 2 Crest toothpaste, and 2 Froot Loops would be $20 plus change, but I also have coupons for each of those items bringing the total down about $6.50. Thanks for any help you can provide.

    • Erica (Silly Sidekick)

      Hi Denise! You’re going to love this! Your total only has to be at the threshold mark BEFORE coupons are applied! So when you have coupons to combine with these offers, you can snag some great deals! ๐Ÿ˜€

      Hope that helps!

      • Denise Barber

        Thank you, Erica! That is awesome ๐Ÿ™‚

    • pandoraaddict

      Just a heads up, CVS coupon policy changed August 1st. Denise, $20 before all coupons should work.

  3. Jen

    Just did this deal with the burn cream 1 oz. just be careful that your coupon matches size. The calendula burn coupon from today’s red plum in Houston is for 1.5 and above. Doesn’t include the 1 oz. Thankfully, there was a peelie coupon on the box. It didn’t work right so cashier kindly pushed it through anyway.

  4. Leslie

    As natural minded as I wish I was, I often reach for strong things first. I’m tiny but LOVE to do construction projects (five two, 116) and can really cause strain on myself. I’ve been in 13 car accidents (most are not my fault) and have back spasm issues. In short, the things I love to do are in direct contradiction to my back. I see a chiropractor but sometimes I get spasms that are harsher than childbirth.

    I bought the rub on Amazon. I didn’t expect much, but tried it. It was really cheap and I needed another subscribe and save offer. I started using it at the first sign of spasm and noticed a difference. I use it on my shoulders. We as moms and women get shoulder strain – heavy purses, wiggly kids, 3,564 shopping bags to avoid another trip to the car, you get the idea.

    I am beyond impressed. I bought the arnica tablets and when I use them together, I am in much less pain. I rarely use anything beyond Aleve – if that! This is coming from someone that used to use fairly heavy medications from time to time. I keep a tube by my bed side. I get some deep bruises (the construction thing) and I rub this in to them and the difference is amazing. I honestly can not say enough good things about the cream.

  5. Marie

    So I can do both deals and get $6 Extrabucks for each item for a total of $12 EB?

    • Jen

      I bought both but only 1 $6 ECB printed. They were nice enough to issue another. Also, the peelies on the boxes beep and the cashier had to push it through. Obviously I love my CVS because they are good to me ๐Ÿ˜Š

    • mel

      The limit is 1. There are 3 different products in the deal (First Aid Cream, Burn Relieve & Bruise Relief) however, you can only get the EB wyb 1.

  6. Sad Panda

    Tried the printed coupon and it won’t scan. They won’t accept it if it doesn’t scan. ๐Ÿ™
    Came home and There isn’t a coupon in my RP 8/7 in Texas

  7. Caryn

    I actually love the first aid cream by them๐Ÿ‘thanks for the deal

    • ambership

      You’re welcome!

  8. SJ

    I can’t find the coupon in any of the 08.07.16 Red Plums in Pennsylvania.

  9. marleen

    i can’t find coupon in RP 8/7 in florida :{

  10. Jamie

    No ibotta rebate on the burn cream for me! ๐Ÿ™ Still a MM though!

  11. Annie Mellen

    I can’t get the biota rebate. Item not found? Can anyone help me?

    • Mounia

      It’s for Target only.

    • jenny

      rebate is gone, i think they took down.

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