Apr 16, 2009

TREsemme coupon for CVS next week


I am up late (or should I say early?) looking through the CVS ad for next week (starting on the 19th), and I wanted to go ahead and let you guys know to print out the $1/1 TREsemme coupon HERE from Marie Claire. TREsemme products will be on sale 3/$10 and if you buy 3 then you get $5 in ECBs (Limit 2). The coupon is currently in jpg form which means you can print it as many times as you want to! Don’t you just love the jpg and pdf coupons? (Printing tip from Celia: Right click on the image and save it to your computer. Then you can change the size so that it will print correctly on one sheet of paper.)

Some CVS cardholders were lucky enough to also get a $4 off any $20 Beauty Purchase coupon emailed to them (I just got mine this morning! Yay!) If you bought six products ($20 total), used the $4/$20 coupon, and then used 6 $1/1 coupons you would get all six items for FREE after ECBs! Even if you don’t have the $4/$20 coupon it’s still a great deal since you will be able to get 3 items for $2 after ECBs.

Just wanted to give you guys a heads up about the coupon! 🙂

UPDATE: I just got off the phone with CVS and they said that since the coupon doesn’t have my card number on it, and it is not customer specific that I could share it! You can print off your $4 off any $20 Beauty Purchase HERE!

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  1. Love that this comes right off their site – great find! Any advice for printing this coupon though? It seems weird sized to me because if I print it to fit on portrait the bar code is teeny-tiny, but if I print to fit on landscape the coupon is huge and the bar code still seems a little blurry. At 100% size it won’t even fit on the page. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I am pretty Hip 2 Save has a link to the $4/$20 coupon…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Sorry, its not Hip2 save, its on I heart CVS, right at the top!

  4. Thanks for the post!

  5. ProjectHope7 says:

    question on ECB’s… Will that come off right at the register at the end? or is that for next purchase.? There it will cost $10. but later get $10 off something else? A few times at CVS they wouldnt let me use the credit back reward on the same purchase… thanks for responses.

  6. Rachel @ Surviving The Stores says:


    Yes, the cost out of pocket would be $10, but you would get back $10 in ECBs. You could pay that $10 that would be out of pocket with ECBs from previous purchases, making it completely free!

    Sometimes it seems that the cashiers have no idea what they are doing. Calling CVS customer service when there is a problem is usually very beneficial.

    Hope that helps!

  7. Tips for printing the coupon. I had trouble with the size. What I did was right click on the coupon to save it, then I was able to resize it to a smaller verson for printing. Hope that helps Laura 🙂

  8. Rachel @ Surviving The Stores says:

    Thanks Celia! I’ve added your tip to the post.

  9. I’m confused…why do you say that it starts next week? Is tresemme on sale this week also??? I am not sure as I don’t have the ads…Thanks in advance!

  10. Rachel @ Surviving The Stores says:

    Right. The TREsemme is not on sale this week (for the ad running from 4/12 – 4/18) but it will be on sale NEXT week (for the ad running from 4/19 – 4/25).

  11. Oh ok, great! How do you see the ads in advance? ? ?

  12. Rachel @ Surviving The Stores says:

    Some people (maybe employees?) get them early and post them on the different couponing forums. The ad scan for next week can be found here: http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dgkxn9v4_193ff8m58gv

  13. Amy @ AmyLovesIt! says:

    Rachel, thank you soooo much for these coupons! I am excited about CVS next week. I am posting a link to this post on my site 🙂

    I am a little disappointed that the $4/$20 coupon expires on Sunday! I will RUN to CVS after church, lol!

  14. Rachel @ Surviving The Stores says:

    Next week should be a pretty decent week!

    Sometimes I run to CVS/Walgreens BEFORE church! Makes for some pretty hectic Sunday mornings though. 🙂

  15. Anonymous says:

    Any chance they would except it on the Monday? 2oth?

  16. Rachel @ Surviving The Stores says:

    It’s really up to the manager at your local CVS. There are some stores in my area that will accept an expired coupon for up to a week, and then some that won’t accept it even a day after the expiration date.

  17. Thanks for the great tip! I tried to use 3 coupons today at CVS, but none of them was able to be scanned. I did re-size it in order to print. The supervisor was going to take 1 only originally, but eventually he took all 3. I can tell he wasn’t really happy about it. I thanked him for taking the coupons at the end. I wonder if this has to do with re-sizing the coupon?

  18. Hi everyone, quick question:
    I thought that your could only receive 1 ECR for a promo (3/$10 tresemme) even if you bought 2? I remember a while back I did a colgate deal and only got back an ECR for 1 not both. Is there something that I’m missing here? Thanks!

  19. R. D. Woodley says:

    I was very Happy to find a coupon for your Tresemme Hair Products that I could print off as I am on a limited income since I retired. But then I noticed that the date was 09. I guess I will have to find another product that I like unless you will update your coupon.

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