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Yay, time for the annual CVS beauty clearance! 

I made a trip today and here's what I got (most of the stuff isn't marked as being on clearance, but scans at 50-75% off, which just means that there's plenty in stock for those in the know!):

 

 

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(The Carmex wasn't on clearance, but on sale at 99 cents a pop, so it's in the picture as well)

 

My total came to around $30 with a total savings of over $60! And I probably have enough nail polish to last me the next decade (I don't really use it that often), not to mention Burt's Bees tinted lip balm stocking stuffers at $1.74 each (reg. $6.99). 

 

Oh, and the best deal was the Covergirl Lip Perfection in 255 Delish Regal - regular price around $8, 50% clearance, plus a $1/1 Covergirl manufacturer's coupon and a $2/1 Covergirl Lip Perfection CVS coupon from the magic coupon machine (doesn't exclude clearance items!), making the end price a whopping $1.14. 

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I am definitely going tomorrow! :)
Let us know what you get! I might be hitting the RiteAid this weekend - word has it their clearance has started as well. And possibly going back to CVS for some more Nicole by OPI - gah, I lose all control at the 50% off point.

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Originally Posted by cranraspberry View Post

 

 

Let us know what you get! I might be hitting the RiteAid this weekend - word has it their clearance has started as well. And possibly going back to CVS for some more Nicole by OPI - gah, I lose all control at the 50% off point.

 

I loose control too! Too bad I don't have a RiteAid, but since i live in a small town im sure there will be plenty of things left at cvs (im hoping) lol

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Don't forget to manually scan the items (you can find a "CVS Beauty Clearance Sale Master List" online with info on what items and colors have been spotted in the clearance) - all the stuff I got wasn't marked as being on sale in any way! Except for the Burt's Bees lip balm, which was marked at 50% clearance, but rung up as 75% off. 

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Originally Posted by cranraspberry View Post

 

Don't forget to manually scan the items (you can find a "CVS Beauty Clearance Sale Master List" online with info on what items and colors have been spotted in the clearance) - all the stuff I got wasn't marked as being on sale in any way! Except for the Burt's Bees lip balm, which was marked at 50% clearance, but rung up as 75% off. 

. Does every CVS have a manual scanner in store? Cannot remember if I've seen one in mine. Thanks for the heads up by the way. :D

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Originally Posted by JessicaMarie View Post

 

. Does every CVS have a manual scanner in store? Cannot remember if I've seen one in mine. Thanks for the heads up by the way. :D

No problem! Happy to share. :)

 

As for the manual scanner, I've seen one in every CVS I've been to. They are the same thing that's the "magic coupon machine" 

 

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And you can usually find one near the cash registers and a second one tucked away somewhere in the back, at least at my local CVS'. 

While you're at it, don't forget to scan your ExtraCare card - I unexpectedly got the $2/1 Covergirl Lip Perfection coupon which can even be stacked with a manufacturer's coupon if you have one. But those might differ from place to place.

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My RiteAid haul was significantly less impressive - some Revlon nail polishes and cuticle remover for 75% off and some Sally Hansen tools at 50% off. Still nice though!

Oh, and I went back to CVS for some mascara: L'Oreal Last Out, Maybelline Define-a-Lash and some Revlon one. The first two 50% off, the Revlon 75%. 

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My CVS didn't have nearly the great deals that yours did. Yes, there were a bunch of 75% off items, but what I really wanted were the Revlon Lip Butters and Balm Stains. Those were buy one get one fifty percent off. Still picked up four, but wish my CVS had a better deal on them. 

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I've since gone back and gotten some more stuff. 

 

Oh, and have I mentioned that RiteAid is having a clearance right now as well?.. I now officially have more nail polish than I will ever be able to use over the next couple of decades.

 

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Originally Posted by JessicaMarie View Post

 

My CVS didn't have nearly the great deals that yours did. Yes, there were a bunch of 75% off items, but what I really wanted were the Revlon Lip Butters and Balm Stains. Those were buy one get one fifty percent off. Still picked up four, but wish my CVS had a better deal on them. 

If you're still in need of those, this week at CVS they are $6.99 with $4 ECB!

 

 

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