Be sure to check your email for a $5.00 off $30.00 coupon from CVS! The coupon is available to print through 11/4, and expiration will vary depending on when you print. CVS purchase-based coupons require you to reach the threshold before coupons. So use this along with manufacturer coupons to bring your out-of-pocket down! This will be great to use along with the Procter & Gamble promotion (Spend $30.00, Receive $10.00 ExtraBucks) this week!

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38 thoughts on “Check Your Email—$5.00 Off $30.00 Coupon for CVS!”

  1. I am registered on the website and never get these coupons. Even the store register it says “give us your website and get a coupon,” and it didn’t work. But when I go to the website to try and register (thinking maybe it never went through or something) it says I’m already registered

  2. stel says:

    how many times can you print the lumene coupon?

  3. snowhitedrifter says:

    I have a quick question. Next week CVS will have the All on sale for buy one get one free. Their online price is $7.99 each. I was wanting to get 4 bottles. My question is would I be able to use the $5/$30 coupon considering that technically the 2nd bottle is free and that I wouldn’t actually be paying for it?

    • Anonymous says:

      Good question! Unfortunately, no. You’ll have to reach the $30 with the amount you pay before coupons. In other words, 4 bottles of All will be $15.98. You would need to buy 8 to use the $5/$30. HTH!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I did the revlon deal on monday – 4 day sale.. Can i do the same deal again in 3 day sale.. revlon sale is listed in both ad papers??? Also i have a 5$ off 30$ baby items and 5$ off 30$.. can i use both

  5. Anonymous says:

    READ THIS: I finally received my Dawn w/ Olay coupons today and went to finish out my 30/10 P&G deal tonight. I needed $16 to meet my 2nd deal for the week and really didn’t know if I would be starting over from $0, so I purchased one bottle to see the balance and the same amount had carried over from the 4 day sale to the 3 day sale! Yah, that’s good but all the Dawn w/ Olay was gone! I thought they were just sold out so I asked my cashier when they would have more. He said “I think those are the ones we had to pull off the shelf” I said “What do you mean” He said ” We don’t know why, but we were told to pull all the pink and the orange ones down and they are in the back”!!! He said those instructions were with the sales package they got from the warehouse. I was so shocked, I have always suspected this at other stores but not at CVS which is my favorite store!! Are they doing this at all CVS or has anyone else been told this? Totally blew my shopping trip and it’s just sitting in the back! Why send out coupons then hide the product?? So PO’ed I want to call customer service and ask why!!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      I just went yesterday and they had a few (like five) of the Dawn w/Olay out. They were right out in front. There was none in the actual isle with the other Dawn, but I figured other couponers got to those. I would call and ask customer service if that was the case, just to make sure it wasn’t a coupon hater manager or something.

    • ccantell216 says:

      My daughter works at CVS and they have never been told to pull a product like the store you are referring to – I would call customer service and report it!! If they do it again before anything is resolved – ask for a raincheck.

  6. TruSaver713 says:

    I need help. I’m new to the rebate process. I did a trip to CVS that resulted in $64 in savings due to BOGO-50% deals and coupons. The P&G rebate form says $15 rebate w/ $50 worth of P&G products so when I calculate my total product “worth” should it be the total pre-BOGO-50% and coupon prices?

    • Anonymous says:

      It should be the price you paid (regular or sale) for each item before the coupon was applied.

      • ccastillo says:

        what if i dont have enough space for upc codes do i fill out another form or what do i do? plis n thanks

        • Anonymous says:

          Just keep going down the page. I’ve also added a qty in front of the UPC in parenthesis (2X) and then the qty total to the far right (=5.98). Never had any problems.

  7. Kerry says:

    Dang, and I just shopped twice at CVS, including buying Fall Clearance. Oh well, I guess it’s back to CVS I go! I’m sure I can buy a few more nail clippers! ;)

  8. strcowan says:

    What would be something good to use the 20% coupon on..my shopping trip was planned around all the sale items today and of course I can’t use it on any of them items. Any suggestions?

    • Anonymous says:

      Any item you have a matching mfg and MCM coupon to stack. Sometimes a mfg bogo cpn will work good if the listed value is high enough. If you have the $5 off 30 and Scott t paper coupons that will be a pretty good deal too. Loreal lip and eye – buy $10 get $3 EBs. HTH

    • emma says:

      Use it on the lumene. Buy 30 dollars of lumene get 10 Ecb. I bought 5 eyes make up remover at 6.49 and use the 20 % ( took off 6.49 ) and used 5 mfc from facebook ( 4.00 x 5 = 20 ).I paid 5.96 plus tax and got back 10 ECB,

      • Anonymous says:

        Did you notice the small “tt” in the barcode? I haven’t used this coupon yet, but I am afraid it won’t scan because of it.

      • arios956 says:

        It’s so awesome how fb lets you print out 5, I just tried and I was able to open 5 of those lumene coupons. Thanks :)

      • Anonymous says:

        Where did you see the Lumene deal? I can’t seem to find it in their ad and there are no stickers at the store. Just curious, because I would like to do this deal but would hate to have to go through the trouble of returning everything if EBs didn’t print! Thanks! : )

    • Anonymous says:

      Anything you see in our weekly matchup (pinned to the top of our CVS page) that says “regular price” or “online price” but isn’t BOGO.

  9. Anonymous says:

    You can use both, yes. It’s not double dipping, though. Think of the %-off as similar to a sale (reduced price on each item it applies to), and the $5/$30 is a payment on your total purchase.

  10. coupon.hunter24 says:

    Since it says the P&G deal ends 10/31 does that mean the P&G deal will work again for the 3 day sale?

    • coupon.hunter24 says:

      Sorry let me clarify a bit more, I did the P&G deal on Monday, will I be able to do it again on Friday?

      • Jamielynn013 says:

        I was able to do it twice this week.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yes, the reported limit for the first part of the week was 2. Then it likely reset for the second half. Either way, if you’ve only done it once, you should be good!

  11. TruSaver713 says:

    Can you use the $5 off $30 and the 20% coupon in the
    same transaction?

  12. couponster says:

    i never get these emails, but i’m signed up for the emails. is there a reason for this?

  13. Anonymous says:

    Ugh wish I saw this before I did my pampers deal today! Would have made it even better!