I have mentioned in several posts about saving on items at drugstores such as grocery items and others. Here is this week’s circular.

Following are some of the weekly deals.

You can scan your Extra Care card at the red coupon center in the store for extra coupons. One coupon that may be available at the coupon machine is a $0.25 off 2 liter bottles of Coke products. They are on sale for $0.99 so this will make it $0.74 for a bottle. There is a limit of one per household for the $0.74 bottles and limit of 4 at $0.99.

Special K cereal, cereal bars and chips are on sale 3/$9 and if you purchase 3 you will receive $3 Extra Care Bucks (ECB) which is a coupon that can be used on a future purchase. There were recently coupons in the coupon inserts of the Sunday newspaper in some markets for these items. They were in the paper in the Fargo/Moorhead area.

If you purchase $15 of Ragu, Skippy peanut butter, Hellmans or Lipton tea products, you will receive $5 ECBs. There were coupons for Hellmans and Lipton products in the coupon inserts in the May 19 newspaper in some markets. They were in the Fargo/Moorhead paper.

If you purchase $10 of certain Suave products you will receive $3 ECBs. There were also recent coupons for these products in the coupon inserts.

There was also a deal of a variety of products such as Wisk, Lipton tea, Angel Soft toilet paper, Quilted Northern toilet paper and others. If you purchase $20 you receive $5 ECB and if you purchase $30 you receive $10 ECB.

There are several other deals. The ad is valid from Sunday, May 19 thru Saturday, May 25.

When I scanned my card today I received $5 ECB from the beauty club. It is free to register and you receive $5 ECB for every $50 you purchase in beauty products. The computer system keeps track of your purchases and lists on the bottom of each receipt how much more you need to spend to get to ECBs.

At CVS today, I spent $42 and the receipt showed that I had saved about $35. I also received $13 in ECBs to use on future purchases.

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Nancy Kvamme

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