@Janet1964 CVS is still and will probably always be one of my nemis shops, However, I think I did ok today as I bought 4 packages of cascade dishwasher packs, and 2 bottles of Era laundry detergent and paid $7.49 for all. The cascade was buy one get 50% off second. I had two $2 off on purchase of 2 cascades coupons.... so I bought 4. The Era was on sale for $1.99 so I bought 2 of those.
I recieved $4 off with the paper coupons plus $10 off carepass, and additional al $4 off on purchase of $20....I had to go home and lay down for awhile after putting that small deal together, but I figured I did pretty good. Not a hall of famer like yours tends to be, but I was happy! Lol
@FelskyNY @Janet1964 @SaverGirl67 I always try to make sure there is plenty of dishwasher detergent here as my husband thinks if we run out then it's impossible to clean the rest of the kitchen in the mean time! It's kinda like his idea of cleaning the bathroom is simply putting a fresh roll of toilet paper on the hanger lol
@Janet1964 in my neck of the woods most CVS locations are now Walgreens. If there are still any more CVS locations where I am they WILL probably become Walgreens
I think many and maybe every CVS was an Eckerd's
BTW do you have Bi-Lo (SC born and based - I THINK), Ingles and Harris Teeter as Ibotta deals location options? Harris Teeter vacated metro Atlanta 20 or so years ago - Whew! That's an awful long time ago - but Ingle's is an option for me because it's in suburban ATL. None ITP (Inside the Perm/Perimeter - I-285). There was - maybe still is - a Borden cheese brand bonus, but all the offer options were/are Ingle's exclusives
Another aside: Walgreens and Ingle's seem to be the only major retailers that don't offer any free WiFi