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Progresso Organic Soups Only 25¢ Each After CVS Rewards

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Head on over to Coupons.com and print this new $0.75/1 Progresso Organic Soup printable coupon. This coupon expires on 3/3 and does not have any stated limits.

Even better, through February 2nd, CVS has Progresso Soup on sale 3/$4 including the organic variety! Plus, when you buy three Progresso or Annie’s soups, you will get a $1 ExtraBucks Reward (limit 1).

Pair this sale and ExtraBucks Reward with the printable coupon to stock up on soup.

CVS Deal Idea (Thru 2/2):

Buy three Progresso Organic Soup 3/$4 (regularly $3.89)
Total = $4
Use three $0.75/1 Progresso Organic Soup printable coupons(need two devices to print)
Pay $1.75
Get $1 ExtraBucks Reward (limit 1)
Final cost 75¢ – just 25¢ each!

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  1. Bunny

    SavingStar too.

    • Liza (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks Bunny! It looks like that offer can’t be combined with other coupons unfortunately!

  2. Bunny

    You can always do a SavingStar.

  3. Bunny

    Try it and see Liz

  4. Ken

    Did not work. I was only allowed to use two because the third can came up as 24 cents and the register would not allow it.

    • Susan

      Same thing happened to me Ken. And that same explanation didn’t make sense to me because I’ve used 2 coupons on two products that were buy one get one free, so that logic is not consistent. I did not want to argue with the cashier because that particular cashier usually goes above and beyond making sure all my coupons go through, which isn’t always the case with other cashiers.

      • mel

        BOGO free is a totally different animal b/c it rings up differently than a sale where it says 3/$4 OR $1.88 each. With a BOGO free deal (and even BOGO 50% off), both items ring up the regular price and the discount is reflected AFTER all coupons have scanned and the cashier hits the total button.
        For the Progresso deal, they ring up $1.88, $1.88, $0.24 = $4 (NOT $1.33, $1.33, $1.34). So since the last item rings up $0.24, the $0.75 coupon is more than the price of the item. At one time, the mq used to adj down to the selling price, but not anymore and most cashiers either don’t know how or don’t want to adj down the manuf coupon. One way to get around is to have the cashier ring up the items, scan coupons, then give your extracare card. But that is a big YMMV. Most cashiers want to scan your card first.

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