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CVS: BioTrue money-maker, Pampers deal a limit of two (?) and possible free Softsoap Ensembles

If you have yet to purchase the July monthly deal on BioTrue Multi-Purpose Solution, you can it for free $2 in overage. Here’s how:

Buy 1 Bausch & Lomb Biotrue Multi-Purpose Solution at $2.99, Get $2.99 ECBs (Limit 2)
Free $2 in overage after coupon and ECBs

Also, it looks like the Pampers deal is actually a Limit of 2 instead of 1.

Buy 1 Pampers big box at $21.99, Get $10 ECBs (Limit 2?)
Use $2/1 coupon from the 6/27 RedPlum insert
$9.99 after coupon and ECBs

The box of diapers is equivalent to a buying three Jumbo Packs, so this is like paying $3.33 per Jumbo Pack of diapers — which is a very good deal. (Thanks, !)

And finally,you can get free Softsoap Ensembles Refills if your store has $2/1 peelie coupons on the bottles (Thanks, !):

Buy 5 Softsoap Ensembles Refills at $3 each, Get $5 ECBs
Use 5 $2/1 Ensembles Starter Kit or Refill Peelie coupons found on the bottles
Spend $5 tax out of pocket, get $5 back in ECBs
Free after coupons and ECBs

See more deals at CVS this week here.

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  • Jen says:

    Wow! I just looked at my receipt and it does appear to be a limit of 2! I bought it as a gift since I use cloth diapers, but what a deal for Pampers.

  • Rebecca R. says:

    possible dumb question alert!:
    what are “ECBs” on the pampers deal?

  • chris says:

    ECB’s are $ off your next shopping at CVS. these are dated, use them b4 they expire

  • says:

    Thanks for posting!
    Just a heads up that a reader told me- you can NOT buy 2 Pampers in the same transaction- so make sure to do 2 transactions and you’ll get two $10 ECBs! (which is what I did and confirmed it works!)

    • Belle says:

      @Jasmine @ DEALicious Finds,
      so you can purchase two and get two $10 ECB’s at separate transactions?

      • says:


        Here’s the scenario:
        Transaction #1:
        Buy 1 Pampers big box @ $21.99
        use coupons, CVS coupons, ECBs etc.
        Total: $x.xx + Receive $10 ECB

        Transaction #2:
        Buy 1 Pampers big box @ $21.99
        use coupons, CVS coupons, ECBs etc.
        Total: $x.xx + Receive $10 ECB

        Now your receipt will say ‘offer limit reached’ and you have receive $20 total in ECB!
        Hope that helps! 🙂

  • says:

    Recently I got a great coupon from the in-store printer for this deal: buy diapers and wipes (no brand specified), get $4 off. So if you have a big pile of old coupons from the machine, check for this one!

    • Patrice says:

      @Carrie, Yeah, I found an old one from the printer that was $4.50 off pampers boxes. It was expired, but my store will take expired coups as long as they are CVS store coups.

  • Shannon says:

    Will my CVS coupons that expired on 7/7 still work. I remember people talking about it somewhere but I don’t remember.

    • says:


      Sometimes the cashiers/managers will take them and some times not. It’s a ymmv (your mileage may vary) kind of thing. Worst case scenario, they say no. Good luck!

  • Carrie says:

    I just got back from CVS and picked up two 4-packs of nice, disposable Schick razors for 3.69 total… Regularly 7.69/pack. I’ve started stocking up for diapers for baby #2, using just ECB. Pretty sweet!! I’ve got $15 ECB to go pick up another pack of pampers and 10 more ECB, now!

  • Claudia says:

    The Bio-True will actually work for 2 instead of 1. It says one, but I bought 2 yesterday and I got $5.98 EBC, with the 2/$2 off coupons, I only paid $2.52 with tax and I got $5.98 ECB. I figured even if it didn’t give it to me for both $0.99 was still cheap for solution. 🙂 But it does work, even though on the yellow tag in the store it says limit 1

  • Rebecca R. says:

    just want to point out that if you don’t go to CVS, or can’t… there is a Target store coupon for the Bio True for $2.00 off. so, you could stack it with the Bio true manufacturer’s coupon to get $4.00 off making the 4 oz. size only $.99

  • Leah says:

    My CVS ad says that the Softsoap deal “excludes Ensembles”. Has anyone bought the Ensembles and gotten ECBs back?

  • says:

    Last week the magic coupon machine gave me a $4.50 off a box of pampers coupon! So after that + the $2 coupon +$10 ECB = EXTRA sweet deal! 😀

  • Lori says:

    I just tried to get the Biotrue coupon and the campaign was over. Of course, I find this out on the screen that appears AFTER I enter my name and email address ;-p

  • Cris says:

    I had already bought 2 biotrue before the coupon came out. Does anyone know if I wait until july is over and get another one (I have a rain check) I can still get ECBs?

    • Jennifer says:

      @Cris, If you still have your receipt you can take the $2 off coupons and they will just give you $2.00 back! I’m not sure about the rain check since you said you already bought two. The limit is two, so I dont think it will work.

  • alleyb says:

    Can you do the Pampers deal with pull-ups? I figured prob not.. but if anyone has any info please share! I wish I would have never shown my 2 year old pull-ups, diapers are so much cheaper! BTW- I just printed $2/1 coupons for pull-ups at pampers website, for updating my info..

  • Erica says:

    I never shop at CVS but might do so this week because of hte pampers deal. i was wondering if I buy one box and get the 10 ecb can i then use it for the second transaction when i buy a second box and will it print another 10 ecb. does it roll?

    • shelly says:

      @Erica, yes, that is the GREAT thing about CVS is you can roll the ECBs 🙂

    • Brooke says:

      @Erica, Yes you can do that. I bought my first box along with the Dove deal and the Kotex deal. So when I did my 2nd transaction- I used all my ECB a $3off coupon and paid under $4 for my second box of Pampers.

  • says:

    I tried to do the Pampers deal twice and they wouldn’t let me. I did the deal at the first CVS, then later went to another store and used my ECB’s, but didn’t get the new $10 ECB printed and the manager told me it was limit 1 per household. Maybe because I used the $10 ECB that printed out the first time for the second transaction? I dunno, but I had a lot of ECBs and coupons so the second box of Pampers was cheap… but I was I was kinda disappointed not to get $10 ECBs for next time. Now I’m out!

    • Leah says:

      @Jade =),
      I’m not sure what happened in your case. I have 2 cards that I use. (My own and my parents) and I used the $10 ECB when purchasing my 2nd box, on both cards and it printed the 2nd $10 ECB no problem.

  • says:

    Oh wow, just read the comment above that says they were able to use theirs the way I tried to. Come to think of it, at first the diapers I got weren’t ringing up $21.99 even though the were Pampers Baby Dry
    (they rung up $23.99) so he adjusted the price… thats prop why the ECB didn’t print. But when I asked about them, he (the guy ringing me up was the manager) said Limit 1 and since thats what the ad said, I didn’t argue. And I had already paid using ECB.

    Does anyone know if you return something that you bought using coupons & ECB, do they refund the original price of the item? I mean, they’re not gonna give you the ECB back, obviously so I guess they have to, right?

    • says:

      @Jade =), When I was looking at the diapers, I noticed there were one or two types that did NOT seem to be included in the sale. It sounds like you ended up with one of those.

    • Patrice says:

      @Jade =), At our CVS, if you return something that you got or used ECB or coupons for, they just put it (the original amount) on a gift card for you. That in itself is a pretty sweet deal if you ask me!

  • Anna Whiteside says:

    I was able to get two $10 ECB’s in separate transactions in KY! Also, I got a $5/$25 coupon at the scanner, so don’t forget to scan your card when you walk in. I also got a coupon for Dove chocolate, and who could pass that up!?! 😉

  • Jennifer says:

    I’ve gone to cvs quite a few times this week, an plan on going atleast 1 more time!!!
    Everything I bought at retail value would have been $78.38
    With sales, brings the price to $52.59
    With coupons brings the price to $38.61
    With using a whole lot of ECBs, brings my price to $9.84 oop!!!
    & I have $14.98 in ECB for next week!!!
    The oop should have been a little lower, but I forgot to use one of my ECB.

  • says:

    Anyone looking for BIOTRUE coupons, they are no longer available at the link provided but you can print them at

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