$1.99 Filippo Berio Olive Oil at CVS

Yes, this week…you can get Filippo Berio Olive Oil for just $1.99.  It is on sale for $3.99.  There are a number of $1/1 coupons that you can print out to bring the price to $2.99.  There is also a $1 e-coupon available through Upromise. Making it just $1.99 after coupon and e-coupon!

(If you are not familiar with Upromise e-coupons, they are worth signing up for!  You sign up for a Upromise college savings account, then register your store loyalty cards. I have my Kroger and CVS cards attached to my account.  There are lots of different stores that participate in the Upromise program, and you can see which ones in your area are affiliated with you sign up. You can then load e-coupons to your cards and when you purchase that item the amount of the e-coupon will be applied towards your account.  It takes a few weeks for it to show up, so don’t be worried if you don’t see it instantly.)

Love that I will spend so little on olive oil…I may need to change my standard “$.10 per Tablespoon” price for this liquid gold to $.01 per Tablespoon!

Hope you all can catch this deal!


  1. Joyce says

    I am so discouraged about couponing. I read your blog about the olive oil at CVS with the manufacturer’s coupon. I spend the time to print the coupon, go to CVS only to be told that they won’t honor the coupon on sale items. So, I left without any olive oil. I would have saved time and gas just paying full price on the best-priced oil at the grocery store. And, I am not impressed with the sales people at CVS either

    • says

      Joyce- Sorry to hear about your horrible cashier. Next time you have an issue with them taking a coupon, ask to speak to a manager.

      My issue is that I can’t see the $1.00 upromise coupon but I have a 1% coupon so I guess it is better than nothing. I doubled checked and there aren’t any more to load on the account. Any ideas?

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