If you are new to shopping at CVS and would like some tips, check out the articles here and here.
CVS just released a new coupon policy recently! Check out out here–> CVS coupon policy
Tag your reusable bag: Buy a Greenbag tag for $.99 at the register, get $1 ECB every 4th visit– limit 1 use per day, per household
If you haven’t already, register your CVS Extra Care card here and you should receive a $4 off a $20 purchase coupon in your e-mail. This also registers you to receive other e-mail coupons.
Glade Spray (8-9 oz) – $1
$2/2 Glade Spring collection products printable coupon
Final Price = FREE after coupon (when you buy 2)
Buy Infusion shampoo or conditioner – 2/$10, get a $5 ECB – limit 1 per household
$2/1 Infusion – 4-7 SS
Final Price = $1 after coupons and ECB ($.50 each)
UNDER $1 DEALS:
Kleenex facial tissues (60-100 ct) – $.99
$2/3 Kleenex CVS coupon
Final Price = $.33 each after coupon (when you buy 3)
Mitchum or Lady Mitchum deodorant – $1.99
$1/1 Mitchum printable (sort by personal care)
Final Price = $.99 after coupon
The following scenarios are for those who have few, if any ECBs to start with: $16.50 in merchandise for $5.33 OOP
Buy Dry Idea or Right Guard deodorant – 2/$6, get a $1.50 RR – limit 1 per household
Brookside Dark Chocolate Trial size – $.67, get a $.67 ECB – limit 1 per household
Stride Gum (14 ct) – 2/$2, get a $1 ECB – limit 1 per household
-2 $1.50/1 Right Guard Extreme deodorant – 4-7 SS
-$1/2 Stride Gum – 4-7 SS
Spend $4.67 OOP, get a $1.50 ECB, $1 ECB and $.67 ECB
Buy Xtra Liquid laundry detergent – $1.99
Buy Mitchum or Lady Mitchum deodorant – $1.99
Buy 3 Kleenex facial tissues (60-100 ct) – $.99
Buy 2 Glade Spray (8-9 oz) – $1
Buy 1 Ajax or Gain dish detergent – $.88 each after coupon
-$1/1 CVS coupon – scan your card at the scanner in store
–$1/1 Mitchum printable (sort by personal care)
–$2/3 Kleenex CVS coupon
–$2/2 Glade Spring collection products printable coupon
-$3.17 in ECBs
Spend $.66 OOP
Frequently asked questions:
Do you really do multiple transactions at your stores?
In the past, I usually had $20-30 ECB on hand, so I didn’t have to break up my transactions as much as I did when I first started, but now that I am starting over, yes, I am doing multiple transactions. If you are doing multiple transactions, I recommend that you let the cashier know up front that is what you are planning to do. If there are several people in line, let them go in between your transactions. This gives you time to clip your ECBs and get prepared for your next transaction.
My store was out of all the freebie items first thing this morning. Can I get a raincheck?
This all depends on your store. I have contacted corporate about this before because somestores in my area give rainchecks and others won’t. According to corporate, this is up to the individual stores.
I bought the wrong item or I bought the RIGHT item and my ECB didn’t print. What can I do?
If you bought the right item, show the store clerk your ad and your receipt. They should be able to manually print your ECB at the store. If they don’t know how, you can call customer service and they can add one to your account that will print within 48 hours (you have to wait 48 hours from your purchase time to do this so they can “see” your transaction in their computer).
If you bought the wrong item and didn’t receive ECBs, you can do a return and purchase the correct item. If you paid using ECBs, they will have to give you money on a gift card.
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