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Week of 12/4/11 - CVS Deals

December 5th, 2011 at 08:51 pm



First on Sunday I went and used DH's card and EBs:

Afrin Nasal Spray
Regular Price $7.49
-$1.40 Sale Price
-$5.00 mfr coupon
Final Price $.99!!
*Already marked this for $3.00 for the rummage sale
*ETA - Sold for $3.00 at 9/7/12 rummage sale - $2.01 profit

Glade Sense and Spray Starter Kits (Bought 3)
Regular Price $33.87 ($11.29 each)
-$18.87 Sale Price ($6.29 each)
-$3.00 mfr coupon
-$3.00 mfr coupon
-$3.00 mfr coupon
*Received $4.00 EB
Final Price $2.00!! (Just .67 each!!!)
*Kept 1 for myself
*ETA - Sold 1 for $4.00 at 6/15/13 rummage sale - $3.33 profit
*ETA - Sold 1 for $4.00 at 9/5/13 rummage sale - $3.33 profit

Candy Canes 10ct
Regular Price $1.27
*Received $2.00 EB because they weren't printing correctly at purchase
Final Price - FREE plus .73 profit!!

Used DH's EBs from Thanksgiving and total OOP was .16!



Then today I went and used my card:

Garnier Fructis Shampoo and Conditioner (2 Bottles)
Regular Price $7.98
-$1.00 Sale Price (.50 each)
-$1.00 mfr coupon
-$1.00 mfr coupon
*Received $3.00 EB
Final Price $1.98!! (Just .99 each!!)

Candy Canes 10ct
Regular Price $1.27
*Received $2.00 EB because they weren't printing correctly at purchase
Final Price - FREE plus .73 profit!!

Used my EBs from Thanksgiving and paid just $1.25 OOP and made another $5.00 in EB!

2 Responses to “Week of 12/4/11 - CVS Deals”

  1. murphath Says:

    Hard to believe that people will pay the prices you mark your items at a garage sale. I live in Northern Calif.(a very high COLA) and had a garage sale last summer. Folks would only pay $1 for the Glad products, men's bodywash/deodorant $1. Razors went for $3 for the disposable and $4 for the regular. Lotion: $2. It didn't matter that much to me because most of the items were "surplus" and I hadn't paid much for them. Good luck to you on your sale. It will be interesting to see how it goes for you. My end of day total was @$200 which we gave to DS as he headed off to his last year of college!

  2. Banker Gurl Says:

    This will be my first time selling these types of items at our rummage sale...normally we sell primarily clothes, books, food and some misc. So I am not sure on how the prices will go....but at our last rummage sale we made over $3200 so I think we have a pretty good feeling for what to mark things at. Smile And if they don't sell for that I can always change the prices, either way we are making a profit on all of the CVS stuff.

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