I have posted numerous times previously about getting good deals on products at drugstores. Below are a couple of links to current deals starting Sunday, July 27.

The red underlined links are to coupons that may be printed off the internet and used. The other coupons are listed by the date it was in the coupon circular in the newspaper. Instead of clipping all of the coupons at one time, some people keep their coupon circulars organized by date so they know where to look for the coupons they want since many blogs and websites list them this way.

At CVS, you can sign up for a free Extra Care card so you will receive sale prices on advertised items and ECBs (Extra Care Bucks) which are like coupons to use on a future purchase. ECBs are usually valid for 30 days after the purchase.

At Walgreens, Register Rewards are similar to ECBs but are only valid for 2 weeks after the purchase.

At Riteaid, they are called UP Rewards. We don’t have a Riteaid in our area, so I am not as familiar with them.

In many cases, when you use the ECBs, it will be like getting the original item purchased for free.

Here is a list of drugstore deals from 5dollardinners.com and one from SimplyCVS.com.

There is more information on each of the posts about drugstore shopping.

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Nancy Kvamme

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