CVS has been running a great deal on Sambucol black elderberry extract. It was a January promotion that is also going to be continued to a February promotion. Here is the promotion:
Buy the 4 oz Sambucol Black Elderberry Extract for $12.99 and get $10 in extra care bucks back. If you are unfamiliar with CVS, extra care bucks are basically a coupon that prints out attached to the end of your receipt that will be worth $10. You can use this coupon to buy something else right then or use it on a later date.
To make the deal even better, if you use the $2 of any $10 worth of non-prescription items purchased CVS coupon and then send in the $10 rebate that Sambucol is offering off the purchase of any of their products… you end up making some money off the deal and getting something that actually works great for fighting colds, runny noses, coughs, fevers and more…
Here is a printable $2 off $10 CVS coupon. Expires 1-31-08 !!!
Here is the printable Sambucol rebate form.
- You buy Sambucol for $12.99
- Use the $2 off $10 printable CVS store coupon (expires 1-31-08)
- You pay $10.99 plus tax
- You get a $10 ECB (extra care buck) printed out at the end of your receipt.
- You send in your original receipt showing item purchased to the Sambucol rebate and they send you a $10 check.
CVS also has a lot of other great deals this week so check out Money Saving Mom and I love CVS frugal mom websites for more info on the deals and how to do them. I plan on taking a trip into town to stock up on some paper products (toliet paper, diapers etc.) for a great price using my $10 extra bucks from the Sambucol deal and some coupons that I have.
FYI: My extra care bucks did not print out for the Sambucol deal and when I called customer service about it, they said that there were some issues with the promotion that were causing these ECB’s not to be triggered. (not in all cases-they were working on it) She issued my coupon to my account so if this happens to you, just call them.