CVS Deals & Coupon Matchups (Preview) – 5/13/12

by Susan on May 12, 2012 · 1 comment

in CVS, Store Deals

CVS Pharmacy Sale: May 13 – May 19, 2012

CVS is one of the easier drugstores to learn how to coupon shop at. Although they are a national store with nationwide ads, make sure you double check our prices with your local CVS ad to avoid any surprises at the register.  Check out the tips and hints for shopping at CVS to really maximize your savings. And don’t forget to keep the CVS coupon policy your coupon holder to help you (and your cashier) when needed.

If some of our lingo confuses you; you aren’t alone! Check out the coupon term and abbreviations cheat sheet for help!  Something on YOUR list that isn’t on OURS? Just search the Coupon Database before heading out to the store.

These deals were contributed by Clipper Girl.

**Special Note: Make sure you have your CVS Extra Care Card, most of the deals listed will not work without it! Also don’t forget to scan your card each time you go to CVS at the Red Coupon Machine at the front of the store; it will print store coupons that can be stacked with manufacture coupons.

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ECB DEALS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
B1G1 DEALS
 
 
 
 
 
 
OTHER DEALS
 

Visit Clipper Girl for all the CVS deals this week.

Before you shop, check out all the recent store deals and CVS deals!

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1 Jamie May 12, 2012 at 2:10 PM

CVS has fixed the glitch with the Pantene Monthly Deal :) You can now get more than 1 ECB in a transaction. Also, just an FYI .. you can normally do more than 1 identical ECB deal in a transaction and still get the ECB (of course, if the limit is more than 1). It’s only when the limit has been raised that the problem comes in and they have to be done in separate transactions.

I typically prefer the smaller ECB amounts anyway .. so, I still like to do separate transactions for them.

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