I was passing by CVS today, and I ran in for a few things for the food pantry. While I normally shop at Walgreens instead of CVS, I was pretty pleased with all we were able to get for such little money. I apologize about the quality of the photo. I took this at our church kitchen, and I’m sure I could have picked better lighting or background.
Pampers--I had read earlier this morning that the Pampers deal was dead. A man was in line next to me who was working the Pampers deal to see if the ECB would print, and he verified that the deal is indeed over. He said he was satisfied with the price enough to keep the diapers though.
My transactions—I was shopping for the food pantry so all of this was tax exempt. Since the machine was giving the manager problems, she rang up my first two transactions separately. Thanks for being so patient with me, Ann!
#1-Contour Blood Glucose Meter, used free up to $30 coupon, cost $0, earned $5 ECB
#2-Two Dawn soaps, used two 25 ct off coupons, cost $1.50, earned $1
#3—Gillette razors, used $4 coupon, used $1 ECB, cost $2.99, received $4 ECB
#4—Eight cans of salmon (2/$3), 2 Welch’s grape jelly (BOGO), used $5/$15 CVS coupon, $5 ECB, $4 ECB
Total amount spent--$5.68
Total items were worth--$129.86
I was pretty excited about the deals. Food pantries are almost always in need of canned meat products, and I have not seen brand name salmon this inexpensive in a long time. (If you are in CVS this week, I encourage you to pick up a few cans to donate to your local food pantry or shelter this week).