No wonder they call it the “magic” coupon machine! Have you scanned your CVS ExtraCare card this week? We are seeing several goodies, including a Centrum coupon that makes for free vitamins! Before you head out for those, be sure to print the manufacturer coupons for Bayer Aspirin; it’s on sale this week buy one get one 50% off. Use two manufacturer coupons and this CVS Coupon Machine coupon to get both boxes for free!

Buy 2 Bayer Low-Dose Aspirin, 36 ct $3.19
Buy One Get One 50% Off, through 9/15
Use two $1.00/1 – Bayer Aspirin Product, 24ct or Larger – (
And use $3.00/2 Bayer Aspirin or One A Day Multivitamin, mix & match, CVS Coupon Machine Week of 9/9
Final Price: Free

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11 thoughts on “Free Bayer Aspirin at CVS!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    My CVS didnt have these bogo 1/2 and I didnt get a coupon either sniffle sniffle

  2. First their printer was out of paper, then I scan my card five times and no coupon. I got all those other non-useful coupons like candy and beauty products (I’m a guy). Really disappointed. I wish it was like Target where I got customized print-outs for coupons. Almost 99% of those things I throw away and never get the ones I want.

  3. kmarie414 says:

    you are allowed to use 2 manufacturer coupons at CVS?

    • Anonymous says:

      if you purchase 2 items you can use 2 Man Q in addition to the CVS coupon–aka “Stacking”

      • lalinda82 says:

        I am so upset , because the cashier tell me to me :” just one coupon is allow for bayer” and she was very evil with me(in everything)

        • Anonymous says:

          I do not have the facebook coupon mentioned in the scenario above, but unless it states specifically only one coupon per transaction (not per purchase) you should be allowed to use one coupon per item purchased plus the CVS coupon. The promotion is buy one get one half off, so 2 coupons are allowed. If it was buy one get one free, then only one coupon would be allowed (+ the CVS coupon) because you cannot use a coupon on a free item. I would click on the CVS coupon policy link and print it out. I would either go back and speak with the manager or at least call CVS customer service. Even if they deny you to use the coupon, report the cashier’s attitude toward you.

          • Anonymous says:

            Just to clarify. At CVS, you can use a manufacturer coupon on both the item you’re buying and the free item in a BOGO sale. BUT, you can’t use a coupon on an item made free with another coupon. So, I think what you’re saying, is that if you do use TWO manuf. coupons, you can then NOT use the CVS coupon if the manuf. coupon reduces the price to free. And that is correct. Because you would then be using a CVS coupon on an item made free by another coupon. Clear as mud? ;)

        • Anonymous says:

          I would leave and then call on the phone and call the manager and complain about how u were treated . She work there and she doesnt own the place. I would complain to the manager right away lalinda .

        • Anonymous says:

          Be sure to print out the CVS coupon policy and have it on hand when you go in. Knowing your policies and being able to point out discrepancies between what they are saying and what is in corporate policy, will go a long way. Also, I suggest calling CVS corporate to let them know about your experience: 1-888-607-4287

  4. hihigirl says:

    where can i find this coupon? “$3.00/2 Bayer Aspirin or One A Day Multivitamin, mix & match”

    • Anonymous says:

      Sorry! I forgot to put the source. Added now :) It is printing from the CVS coupon machine this week, for some. HTH!