Let’s be honest. Pre-packaged refreshments are oftentimes way overpriced and full of not-so-good stuff. As frugal people, it is sometimes smarter to buy the tea bags and brew at home. But, as Krazy couponers we know that if we’re patient, we can sometimes have the best of everything. Here’s a fantastic deal at CVS on a healthier refreshment. To make the most out of this deal, you will need to print the coupon 5 times, which requires 3 computers. But even if you can only print two, it’s still a great savings at 83% off the regular price! Just a couple of tips: this coupon can be found at the very bottom of the linked website, and it will print at the bottom of your paper.


If you have 3 computers (or 2 really nice friends!), use this scenario:

Buy 10 Honest Teas, 16-16.9 oz $1.00, sale price through 8/25
Buy 5, Receive $1.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 5
Use five $1.25/2 – Honest Tea or Honest Ade, 16 or 16.9 oz – (thenationalhonestyindex.com) prints at the bottom
Pay $3.75, Receive $2.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $0.18 each, when you buy 10

If you have 1 computer, use this scenario:

Buy 5 Honest Teas, 16-16.9 oz $1.00, sale price through 8/25
Buy 5, Receive $1.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 5
Use two $1.25/2 – Honest Tea or Honest Ade, 16 or 16.9 oz – (thenationalhonestyindex.com)
Pay $2.50, Receive $1.00 Extra Bucks
Final Price: $0.30 each, when you buy 5

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30 thoughts on “Honest Tea, As Low As $0.18 at CVS!”

  1. mary b. says:

    is this advertised? i didn’t see a sign up or in the ad.

  2. Awesome! I have 5 computers … a couple of them are dinosaurs, but they print coupons just fine! I printed 10 coupons and the deal was even sweeter with a $4 off $20 purchase I received via email and loaded to my card. Got 20, paid $4.50 OOP (including redemption fee) received $4 ECB, plus $1 ECB for my bag tag …so I made $.50 on the deal!

  3. KellyB says:

    I Printed Two But The Worker Thought They Were Photo Copied Because They Had The Same Barcode?

    • Anonymous says:

      They have the same barcode but each coupon has their own serial number, usually located in the right upper corner. Get 2 internet coupons that you have around for the same product and look at the barcode and the serial number..you will see what I mean..hth

  4. Alex says:

    I found a $.50 off tear pad at all my local CVS stores and they are only $1.00 at Kroger, which my store doubles up to $.50, so they are free! Just another option!

  5. ShaRon says:

    I had trouble finding it on a second computer because my dear husband had increased the view beyond 100%. Reduce the zoom to 75 or 50% and you will see the gray circle and scissors on the bottom right side of the screen. Don’t forget to “like” them on Facebook, too…

  6. Jo says:

    I’m looking at the bottom right of the site, but I’m not seeing anything. I’m on the Safari browser. Advice, anyone?

  7. bought six of these as my store did not have many and it’s technically cheaper to buy 6 with 3 coupons, then 5 with 2 coupons… Pay $2.25 OOP , Final Price: $1.25 after the ECB making them $0.21 each. Good deal for someone who only has two computers, not three.

  8. Michelle says:

    This is not on sale in Fort Worth, TX –WHY?

  9. Lar says:

    Will CVS take 5 in a single transaction?

    • Anonymous says:

      There are no restrictions against it. But if you had to break it up into multiple transactions, they will “track” and you’ll still get the rewards :)

      • Lar says:

        Ok, thanks for the advice! I did it, all 5 coupons 10 Honest Teas.. worked perfectly. The problem I had was with the Revlon Nail coupons. I had 6 for 6 nail polishes. One store had to enter each one manually, and another store gave me a hard time, saying the coupons state only 1 per item, no mutliples. I tried to explain that meant stacking and that 1 per item is acceptable but the cashier would not accept that. He did put them thru but warned me for next time, eerrrrrrr

  10. Sandra says:

    Thanks! Printed two. Click the link above and scroll to the bottom and click the grey circle that says “Print Coupon”

  11. Annon says:

    I was able to find $0.50/1 coupons at the store on the display door.

    • Anonymous says:

      Nice find! If they are manufacturers’ coupons and do not restrict doubling you could possibly get them for free at a grocery store.

  12. cindy says:

    Coupons Are Gone I Was Looking Forward To This Just Are Luck!!

  13. nargis farooq says:

    yes u can, one coupon per perchase means per item perchase.

  14. Jenn says:

    it states on the coupon “one one coupon per purchase”. can we still use multiple coupons in one transaction?

  15. Mandy says:

    I printed out the coupons just now. They are located at the bottom of the page. :]

  16. Haley says:

    I don’t see the coupon, is it gone?

    • sedgwick says:

      i’m trying to find it to

      • Lita says:

        Skip the intro. Click the scissors on the bottom right of the page. Click the print coupon button. It took me a couple minutes to figure it out.

        • Haley says:

          I really must be losing my mind, there is no grey circle, and no scissors at the bottom of the page that I am looking at.

          • Poolside1 says:

            I had the GREY circle on mine, but my friend did not. So you are not losing your mine!!

            • Haley says:

              I was wondering if that might be the case. Thank you!

            • Anonymous says:

              The circles is very hard to see in Google Chrome. It is to the right of the green arrow.

            • Haley says:

              Thanks for the help, but I dont even have the green arrow. I guess I will give up on this deal.

            • Anonymous says:

              I had the same problem printing on my HP computer. Tried using FireFox but that did not help, as I didn’t even see the print button. Try using Explorer. That worked for me.

    • Anonymous says:

      Scroll to the very bottom of the website we linked in the post.