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Check Your Email—New CVS Coupon!


Check your email to see if you’re in luck this weekend! Some people have received a CVS coupon in their email that will save 30% on their purchase, excluding sale and promotional items. The coupon is available through 7/1, and it will expire four days after printing. Not everyone will receive it, but if you do, you’ll be able to score some serious savings! (Remember to check your spam folder as well so that you don’t accidentally miss this great coupon.)

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36 thoughts on “Check Your Email—New CVS Coupon!”

  1. Jeffin Cherian says:

    Got it thanks used to on juice. Bought 4 CVS juices and paid only $7! And it was two for $5 dollar deal. So I saved $5 bucks thanks to this coupon!

  2. Raven Hines says:

     
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  3. Mjweaver says:

    Off topic, anyone know of a coupon group that meets in Crawfordsville, IN? I’ve recently retired and live out in the country, 15 miles from most stores, so only go shopping 2-3 times a month – not every day like it seems a lot of people do. I’m interested in local contacts and people more experienced in couponing that I might get tips from.

  4. Lovin Summer says:

    I sure did! I used this one yesterday on some neosporin, eye drops, make up,& candy…my total before cps $55.00, after ALL cpns & 30% off = $11.00…. I was one happy camper :)

  5. Anonymous says:

    Will this work on spend $30 get $10 gas card items? Would this count as promotional items?

  6. Anonymous says:

    I get these often, about every week or so… depends on the store/cashier you get it they will let it fly with additional discounts.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I always use mine on newspapers. I dont generally buy anything thats not on sale 

  8. Cindy B says:

    Just used mine to buy
    * Tide Free & Gentle 50 oz, regular price$8.39
    *Suave Professionals Men 2-In-1 Ocean Charge Shampoo & Conditioner, regular price $2.67

    Used CVS magic coupon machine coupons for $2 off of the shampoo & $3 off $8 Tide purchase.  Stacked the Tide coupon with a $.20 manuf. coupon.  Spent $2.54 + tax = $3 on the Tide & shampoo.  If I had a Suave coupon and a better Tide coupon – it could have been $1-$2!

  9. I was not going to use mine today because everything I bought was sale or clearance, but to my surprise at checkout  it took off $3.23. All I bought was 2 bottles V05 and 2 boxes Nature Made Complete clearance 75% off at $5.37.

  10. Anonymous says:

    If I get it I would like to use it on a Fekkai hair product with my $10q from the red machine and my $5 beauty rewards. A $30 product for $6.

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s an awesome idea!  I have that coupon too, but I wonder if it would be a little more expensive because the 30% comes off after all coupons are applied.

      • Vparent1 says:

        Always use your percent off coupons first….and then your 4 off 20 etc, then your store and manf. coups and then extrabucks. give them in the order you would like them scanned or had them one by one.

  11. jason says:

    try to wait til the last day to print it.  we’re getting our extrabucks rewards on july 1!

  12. I got mine on the bottom of my receipt the other day. I used it on the Revlon EB deal: spend $10, get $4 EB. I got the Photoready face powder marked full price at 10.79, used $3/$10 cosmetic purchase cvs Q, 30% off purchase cvs Q, and $2/1 Revlon Face product mfc. Went down to $3.11 (after tax) and got $4 back in extra bucks! 89 cent moneymaker! 

  13. Anonymous says:

    I never get their emails. I have checked my spam and made sure that I am enrolled.

    • Mrsbear48316 says:

      What email are you using? I had the same issue with XP and Outlook. Let me know and I might be able to help you.

  14. Mimi Nguyen says:

    So I’m guessing this one is able to clearance items? It only excludes sales and promotional.

  15. Anonymous says:

    In my experience it will also take 30% off clearance items. The coupon does exclude sale items, but the register has been taken it off the clearance price, but YMMV.

    • Anonymous says:

       I found that to be true too.  I used a 20% coupon I got from the coupon machine last week and, among other things, bought some sally hansen nail polish that was on clearance and it took 20% off of it.  Weird!

  16. Anonymous says:

    got one yesterday in my email! thanks!!

  17. Anonymous says:

    Only regular priced items. No sales or anything that offers ECB’s.

    • Saz Diaz says:

       You can use it on deals with an ecb as long as it is regular price. Ex. Organix spend $10 get $5 ecb this week.

      • Anonymous says:

        Oh really. My cvs told me I couldn’t because if it had ECB’s it was considered promotional. I might have to try another store!

        • Sarah Rossi says:

          I used it today on the Sally Hanson deal.  I got the stick on pedi set for 3.69 and got $3 ECBS, making it .69 cents.  The original price was $10.99.  I used 30% off, $3 off of 10 cosmetics, $1 manu coupon and got $3 ecbs back. 

          I had a few other things and the cashier just scanned the 30% off.  I have used them in the past and you do get the 30% off on anything that is not on sale,  even clearance items.  If you are not sure, you can do a price check at the red box.  If it is on sale, it will have the price and then price with card (sale price).  If it just gives the one price, then you should be able to get the 30% off. 

  18. Anonymous says:

    I received it thanks KCL.  I’m just wondering, when is the best time to use it, is it this week or next week deal?  Is this 30% works on BOG 1/2 off, and BOGO or just on regular priced item only.  Thank you!!!

  19. So glad I haven’t gone to CVS yet this week…I will use this coupon for extra money off my purchases!!!

    • Lovin Summer says:

      lol, I’ve been to CVS three times already this week! I keep getting the $3.00 off $10.00 cosmetics and I can’t let that go to waste…I have used it with the covergirl b1g1 mascara mauf cpn and the $2/1.00 cover girl cpn…great deal! going back today for more mascara…expires today!

  20. I got it, I’m not sure what they mean by ‘promotional items’ though. Does it mean I can’t use it when I buy anything listed in this week’s ad? And can I use this with coupons? Does it count as a store coupon? So confused.. =(

    • Lupe Saves says:

      your able to use the 30% with coupons just don’t use the 30% coupon on sale items because it won’t take off 30%, if on the ad states SALE your cant use it but if its at regular price then your fine. ex this week the venus embrace i believe are $9.99 and get $4ecbs back your able to use it because it doesn’t state sale, but if you were to use it on the listerine that states SALE $2.99 the 30% off won’t apply to the listerine because its on sale, you don’t have to do separate transactions if your buying a regular priced item and a sale item, i always put my items together because its less time consuming 

      • Anonymous says:

         You can’t use it on the venus embrace because $9.99 is the sale price, even though it doesn’t actually say SALE in the ad.  I was planning on using it to get some nail polish.  There are ECB deals for Revlon (spend $10 get $4) and Sally Hansen (spend $10 get $3).  Since the nail polishes are regular price, I can use the 30% coupon and still get ECB.

        If it’s in the ad and it doesn’t list a price or a percent off (like patriotic decorations are 25% off) or sale B1G1, you can use the 30% off coupon because in the store it will be regular price.  Those items in the ad (without a listed sale price) will usually give you an ECB. HTH

  21. Anonymous says:

    I got it! Any ideas on what to use it on? Since it can’t be used on sale items.

    • Lupe Saves says:

      just use it on items at regular price you are able to use them on items that print out ecbs as long as they don’t say sale your fine 

    • Anonymous says:

       I got it as well and plan on buying revlon nail polish and sally hansen’s magnetic nail polish.