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CVS is theDealyo’s favorite drugstore. Every CVS we’ve shopped at has been up-to-speed on their corporate coupon policy, friendly and goes out of their way to answer any questions we may have. In addition, we’ve never had any coupons rejected or even questioned.
Here are a few shopping tips to help get you started.
CVS Store Coupons:
Don’t miss visiting the red price scanner near the front of the store. Scan your CVS card and CVS store coupons should print. These coupons can be used on top of manufacturers coupons. In addition, visit CVS.com as printable coupons are available here as well.
CVS issues prescription transfer coupons so keep your eyes peeled. In addition, they take competitors pharmacy coupons, so a $25 Rite Aid Prescription coupon will be accepted at CVS.
Purchased Based Coupons:
Make sure you register your loyalty card online as CVS is consistently sending out purchased based coupons, typically $3/$15, $4/$20 or $5/$30. The minimum total is before all coupons. You are only allowed to use 1 purchased based coupon per transaction. You can use manufacturers coupons and ECB’s on top of a purchased based coupon.
As with all drugstores there is a “right” way to hand coupons to the cashier: purchased based coupon (ex: $5/$20), manufacturer coupons, CVS coupons and ECBs. This ensures your total is high enough to utilize the purchase based coupon and also allows you to maximize savings.