These ideas include the 5/25 you can find here. This coupon says "one per customer. one time use only" so make it count! I bought an awful lot of $1/2 snickers Qs when I heard about the candy deal this week (sale for $1 for 2, buy $15 worth and get $5 ECBs, so with my Qs it's a $5 MM--the Qs were awfully expensive, but we will get reimbursed for the snickers as they are a fundraiser item for my husband's school group, so don't think I'm going to eat so many 150 snickers)
2 huggies @ $18 for 2 packs
30 snickers @ $1 for 2 = $15--total = $33 plus tax.
pay with 5/25, 15 x $1/2 snickers Q, 2 X $1.50/1 huggies Q = $ 10 OOP (will pay with ECBs, get back $9 in ECBs---$5 from the candy and $4 from the huggies) --not too early to start getting ready for halloween either!
Other options to combine with the huggies and the 5/25 include the contour meter if you have a Q to get another MM, Revlon Colorstay mineral Mousse makeup ($1MM after insert Q and ECBs)--thanks to iheartcvs for the headsup on the ad!
Update: great CVS run for me today! I started out with only $21 in ECBs. I bought:
2 packs huggies = $18
1 bic soliel refill packs = $6.99
1 Neutrogena makeup = $9.99
1 Revlon colorstay = $9.99
120 candy bars, variety = $60
broke into 4 transactions. paid with a 5/25, 4/20, 4/20 and $3 soliel Q from today's paper, $3 neutrogena Q, $3 worth of huggies mannys, $2 Huggies CVS Q, $1 Revlon Qs, $60 in candy Qs and tons of ECBs. Paid $3.50 OOP total for all 4 transactions (on a gift card actually) and have more ECBs than when I started ($28). The candy is in a box taped closed and hidden by my husband and the receipts are with them, so I can't get into the specifics, but the OOP was just over $3 for sure. They are designated for fundraising for his school. To be honest, I paid $20 for the candy coupons, so even adding that in, it's a great deal, but I would never have any need for 120 candy bars, but they sure made the $/$$ Qs useful today.