Quaker Oats Just $1.40 After Cash Back at CVS (Regularly $6)

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CVS weekly deals are cereal-ously the best!

Through February 11th, hop over to CVS where you can score Buy One, Get One FREE Quaker Oats – both in-store and online!

Even sweeter, there is an Ibotta offer available. This offer is only available in-store, so you’ll need to head to your local store to snag this deal.

Note that Ibotta offers may vary by user.

CVS Deal Idea (Thru 2/11):

hand holding quaker oats in store

Buy 2 Quaker Oats Quick 1-Minute Oats Canisters $5.79 each
Total = $11.58
Less buy one, get one free sale
Pay $5.79
Get $1.50 cash back via Ibotta for buying Quaker Oats (limit 5) = $3 cash back
Final cost $2.79 total – just $1.40 each!

Whether you prefer sweet or savory, we’ve got a ton of easy breakfast ideas over here —>

(Thanks, Wild for CVS!)

About the writer:

Liz has over a decade of experience writing about coupons and frugal living. She’s always searching for the best deals and loves helping people save!

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  1. Ellen

    Quaker oats has the highest level of glyphosate of all oatmeals

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