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Monday, July 9, 2012
Cheap NatureMade Vitamins at CVS!
You can obviously purchase cheaper vitamins and perhaps use the overage towards the rest of your transaction (though truth be told I've had problems in the past using this particular coupon while purchasing the cheap Magnesium/Potassium varieties; generally they don't scan and have to be overridden by the cashier or shift supervisor). But I chose instead to purchase a couple of vitamins we actually take on a daily basis:
Bought 2 NatureMade Sublingual B-12 3000mcg 40 count $10.49 each, regular price
Used 2 $2.00/1 Internet printable PDF coupons (RiteAid.com)
And used 2 $2.00/1 CVS coupons from Magic Coupon Machine
Final Price: $2.49 ($1.25 each) for 2
If you can find 2 of the Magnesium bottles:
Buy 2 NatureMade Magnesium $5.49 each, regular price
Use 2 $2.00/1 Internet printable PDF coupons (RiteAid.com)
And use 2 $2.00/1 CVS coupons from Magic Coupon Machine
Final Price: $2.51 MONEYMAKER (to be applied to the rest of your transaction)