Nov 222009CVS Black Friday Deals


Oooh, lots of great freebies at CVS for Black Friday. The ad actually starts Thanksgiving Day. Get there early because you definitely won’t want to miss out. Here are the freebies:

Bic Soleil Razor – $6.99
-Use $2/1 Bic coupon HERE (or SS 11/15)
-Get $5 ECBs (Limit 2)
Final Price = FREE

Colgate 360 Toothbrush – $2.99
-Use $1/1 Colgate coupon HERE
-Get $2 ECBs (Limit 1)
Final Price = FREE

Degree Ultra Clear for Women – $4
-Use $1.25/1 Degree coupon (RP 9/13) OR
-Use $1/1 Degree coupon HERE
-Get $4 ECBs (Limit 1)
Final Price = FREE (+ $1.25 possible overage)

Dynapop Energy Shots – $4.99
-Get $4.99 ECBs (Limit 2)
Final Price = FREE

Hershey’s or Reese’s Singles – $.89
-Use BOGO (up to $.79) Hershey’s coupon (SS 9/20)
-Get $.89 ECBs (Limit 1)
Final Price = 1 FREE or 2 for $.10

Just for Men Touch of Grey – $8.99
-Use $2/1 Just for Men coupon HERE
-Get $8.99 ECBs
Final Price = FREE (+ $2 possible overage)
*Plus, submit for mail in rebate HERE

Magnavox Universal Remote – $6.99
-Get $6.99 ECBs (Limit 1)
Final Price = FREE

Mars King Size Bars – $1.59
-Get $1.59 ECBs (Limit 1)
Final Price = FREE

Phillips Earbuds – $6.99
-Get $6.99 ECBs (Limit 1)
Final Price = FREE

Right Guard Sport 3D – $3.99?
-Get $3.99 ECBs?
Final Price = FREE

Schick Quattro Razor or 4ct Refill – $9.99
-Use $2/1 Schick coupon (SS 11/22)
-Get $8 ECBs (Limit 1)
Final Price = FREE

St. Ives Body Wash – $3.99
-Use $1/1 St. Ives coupon (SS 11/15)
-Get $3 ECBs (Limit 1)
Final Price = FREE

Vaseline Sheer Infusion Lotion – $7.99
-Use $1.50/1 Vaseline coupon HERE
-Get $7.99 ECBs (Limit 1)
Final Price = FREE

There are so many free things, you may need to split your purchases up into multiple transactions to minimize your out of pocket. I did 4 transactions last year on Black Friday. It took a little longer than usual but it was a lot less out of pocket. Here is an example of 4 transactions you could do to get all the freebies for little out of pocket. It does assume that you have $8.99 ECBs remaining from the Complete Contact Lens Solution I posted about HERE.

Transaction 1
St. Ives Body Wash – $3.99
Degree Ultra Clear for Women – $4
Colgate 360 Toothbrush – $2.99
Mars King Size Bars – $1.59
-Use $1/1 St. Ives coupon
-Use $1.25/1 Degree coupon
-Use $1/1 Colgate coupon
-Use $8.99 ECBs from Complete Contact Solution
Subtotal = $.33
-Use $5 eGiftcard I posted about HERE
Total OOP = $0

Transaction 2

Just for Men – $8.99
-Use $2/1 Just for Men coupon
-Use $2 ECBs from Colgate
-Use $1.59 ECBs from Mars
-Use $3 ECBs from St. Ives
Subtotal = $.40
-Use $5 eGiftcard I posted about HERE
Total OOP = $0

Transaction 3
Right Guard Sport 3D – $3.99*
Bic Soleil Razor – $6.99
Vaseline Lotion – $7.99
(2) Hershey’s or Reese’s Singles – $.89 each
-Use $4 ECBs WYB $20 card (I posted about it HERE)**
-Use $1.50/1 Vaseline coupon
-Use $2/1 Bic Coupon
-Use $.79/1 Hershey’s coupon
-Use $8.99 from Just for Men
-Use $4 ECBs from Degree
Subtotal = $3.47
-Use $5 eGiftcard I posted about HERE
Total OOP = $0
*Note: I don’t know how much the Right Guard is. The preview just says free after ECBs. This transaction will work as long as the Right Guard is more than $3.24.
**Note: This is not a coupon. It will give you ECBs to use on your next transaction. You must give this to the cashier FIRST before any other coupons.

Transaction 4
Bic Soleil Razor – $6.99
Schick Quattro Razor or Refill – $9.99
Phillips Earbuds – $6.99
Magnavox Remote – $6.99
-Use $5/$30 CVS coupon I posted about HERE
-Use $2/1 Bic Coupon
-Use $2/1 Schick coupon
-Use $4 ECBs WYB $20 (from Transaction 3)
-Use $3.99 ECBs from Right Guard*
-Use $5 ECBS from Bic
-Use $7.99 ECBS from Vaseline
-Use $.89 ECBs from Hershey’s
Subtotal = $.09
-Use $5 eGiftcard I posted about HERE
Total OOP = $0
*Note: The OOP depends on how much the Right Guard was in the transaction above. If it was less than $3.99 your OOP will be more. If it is more than $3.99, you won’t be able to use the Hershey’s ECB and you’ll also have higher OOP.

Leftover ECBs
$5 from Bic
$8 from Schick
$6.99 from Phillips
$6.99 from Magnavox

Total Spent: $0
Remaining eGift card amount: $.71
Remaining ECBS: $26.98

Finally, I left off the Dynapop Energy Shots. These are pretty bad for you and since I know many of you are not interested in buying them, you won’t find them in the transaction above.

If you would like to purchase them, do a 5th transaction and give the cashier your $5 ECBs from Bic. Ask the cashier to key it in as $4.99. You’ll pay nothing and earn a $4.99 ECB.

I’d love it if you took a picture of how well you did. Friday afternoon I’ll put up a linky so you can link to all your photos.

Good Luck!

Subtotal = $3.47
-Use $5 eGiftcard I posted about HERE


  1. Oh my goodness! I’m so excited. 😀 😀

    Just to confirm — will it start this year on Friday? I know last year it started on Thanksgiving Day (which was a mess and a half!).

    I’ll definitely send in a picture. Can’t wait!

  2. Thanks so much for posting all of these transactions!! I’m new to this so I’m going to follow this step-by-step. Can’t wait!!

  3. Aleks Stewart says:

    Do we know how long the deals last? I am out of the country til Sunday and was wondering if I could still catch these.

  4. I believe they are only good Thursday and Friday…possibly Saturday. But since the new ad period starts Sunday, you’re probably out of luck. Sorry!

  5. So if these deals are good on Thursday does that mean at 12:01 AM Thursday morning?

  6. WOW! I’m stunned — again! You got me going on this and I’ll let you know how visit #2 works out!
    Thanks again!

  7. This is amazing! I am brand new to this and was wondering what was the accepted way to do the seperate transactions? Can you bring everything up at once and just seperate it all out into 4 transactions or must you do one then go get everything and do the second, etc.? Thanks for all your help!!


  8. I just clicked on the link for the $5 egiftcard & it took me to a weird post that said gnarly dude with a random paragraph about surfing the internet. Clearly not a post by you. I just wanted to let you know in case it was a hacker of some sort. BTW – I absolutely love your blog & it has saved me a lot of $. THX!

  9. Oh, thank you so much! You’re responsible for me playing around with ExtraCare Bucks and for the great deals I got today. Much appreciated! I could have spent less out of pocket had I brought a calculator and had more time when in the store or had more coupons, but still a great deal. Thanks again!…

    $11.22 total out of pocket…

    2 Bic Soliel Razors
    1 Schick Quattro Titanium Razor
    3 bottles Herbal Essences Shampoo
    1 bottle Vaseline Sheer Infusion lotion
    1 Just For Men Touch of Grey haircolor
    1 Universal Remote
    1 Philips earbud headphones
    1 4oz tube Colgate toothpaste
    1 Colgate 360 toothbrush
    1 king size Twix Bar
    1 Reeses Fast-Break candy bar
    1 Degree Ultra Clear deoderant

    All that for $11.22 and I have almost $27 in ExtraCare Bucks for future purchases. That alone was worth $11 and combined with the products…I made out like a bandit! And to be technical, after I receive the refund for the Just For Men you posted about in 6 weeks, everything will have only cost $2.93…had I remembered to take my Just For Men $2 coupon it would only be 93 cents.

  10. Just returned from my CVS trip. I should have read your post first. I still think I did fairly well along with getting the Kodak camera and Craig MP3 player for Christmas.