Typically I do not like highlighting deals that require many of the same coupon. Can it be “extreme savings” to use 9 of the same coupon, yes! But it is not always realistic. Regardless of what “that show” makes you think- most average couponers do not have that many of one coupon at at a time.
However, with that being said…There is a great deal you can score this week to get 9 boxes of Finish tabs or gelpacs for as low as $0.24 each at CVS. Since this deal takes 9 coupons, and only two coupons can be used per transaction so you’ll have to split this one up into several transactions! Don’t worry the $30 needed to spend to qualify for the $10 CVS Cash does not have to be in one transaction, just be sure to use the same ECB card each time. Here’s how it works out:
Finish Powerball Tabs (20 ct.): $3.50 each
Get $10 CVS Cash wyb $30 in participating products
$2.15/1 Finish Quantum Powerball or Gelpacs, exp. 1/30/12 (SS 01/01/12)
Final price= $2.15 ($0.24 each!) after using 9 coupons and CVS cash!
To clarify any coupon concern: The coupon mentioned from the 1/1 Smart Source insert can be used toward the purchase of any Finish® Quantum 25 count or higher. It can also be used on any size Finish Powerball Tabs or Finish Gelpacs. Thanks, Fabulessly Frugal!
I do not have that many of the Finish Coupons, I just have 3. So I will be doing this scenario:
(3) Finish Powerball Tabs (20 ct.): $3.50 each
(2) All laundry detergent: 2/$4 (unadvertised sale price on select varieties)
(4) Rembrandt Toothpaste or Whitening Rinse: $3.99 each
Use (3) $2.15/1 Finish Quantum Powerball or Gelpacs, exp. 1/30/12 (SS 01/01/12)
Use (2) $1/1 All Laundry Detergent, exp. 2/12/12 (RP 01/01/12)
Use (4) $2/1 Rembrandt Toothpaste or Rinse printable and $2/1 Rembrandt Toothpaste or Rinse printable
Final total= $6.16 for all 9 items ($0.68 ea) after coupons and $10 CVS Cash
Still not a bad deal! Let us know your CVS Cash Scenarios!
Update: I did this deal last January (it seems to run this time every year) and since I was able to purchases 20 Finish coupons on Ebay, I scored 2 years worth of Finish. One year later, I still have 11 of these left! This was my first and only attempt at Extreme Couponing and it certainly paid off. At Costco my friend asked me if I needed Cascade. No, not for another year. Thanks though! =)
While it’s not worth my time and energy to purchase “extreme” amounts of coupons on a regular basis, once in a while it certainly pays off. Last year there were many great sales to pair with this $2.15 Finish coupon (which was worth $2.25 last year). It could be worth it to buy coupons off Ebay or a clipping service with a high value coupon like this one.