{HOT} $5/$40 CVS Coupon + Pampers Scenario

Head over to Facebook and grab this $5/$40 CVS Purchase Coupon! Just “like” the CVS Facebook page and click on the special offers page. Enter your CVS card number and email address. They will email you a link to your coupon (check your spam folder if you don’t see it).

The coupon can be used based on your PRE-coupon total, so make sure you give the CVS coupon before any other coupons!

Here’s a scenario using the coupon to get 2 Boxes of Pampers Diapers for just $8.49 each plus a free bottle of Crest mouthwash!

(2) Pampers $18.99 ea.
(1) Crest Pro Health Rinse $3.49
– (2) $3/1 Pampers Coupon (4/3 P&G)
– $1/1 Crest Rinse Coupon (4/3 P&G)
$5/$40 CVS Printable Coupon
= $29.47
Earn $10 in ECBs for buying $30 in Pampers
Earn $2.50 in ECBs for buying Crest
= $16.97 after coupons & ECBs!

This offer ends 4/7/11. Limit one per customer. Valid in-store only.

Thanks, Saving With Shellie!


  1. I have a question lets say you have ten of the same coupons you printed online for $1 off pasta can you buy 10 boxes and use the coupons one for each box? If not then how do couponers on TLCs “extreme couponing” grab like 20 of the same item and get them for practically free!?


    • Yes. You can do that. As long as the coupon doesn’t have a limit per transaction (some do). And as long as there’s not a store limit on the sale (some stores have limits on items in a sale per customer).

      Also, it’s always common courtesy not to wipe the shelves of all the product, so just proceed with caution and be sure to leave products on the shelf for other couponers, so that we can all take advantage of the great deals! 😀


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