Treat yourself to some Pot of Gold candy boxes with a sale and ExtraBucks promotion this week at CVS. Be sure to scan your ExtraCare card at the “Magic Coupon Machine” and look for this $2.00 CVS coupon to stack with the manufacturer coupon!

 

 

 

 

Buy 3 Hershey’s Pot of Gold, 6-7-7.8 oz $4.00, sale price through 12/22 
Buy 2, Receive $2.00 ExtraBucks, through 12/22, Limit 1
Use three $1.00/1 Hershey’s Pot of Gold, 6.7 oz or larger from SS 12/9 (exp 12/25)
And use $2.00/3 Hershey’s Pot of Gold Boxes, CVS Coupon Machine Week of 12/16
Pay $7.00, Receive $2.00 ExtraBucks
Final Price: $1.67 each, when you buy 3

 

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17 thoughts on “Hershey’s Pot of Gold, Only $1.67 at CVS!”

This deal is stated wrong at least here in pa, you need to buy 2 to get the 2.00 and the cvs coupon is $2.00 off 2.

I live in Pa ( Luzerne county), my CVS Q is $2 off 3. I My ad states the buy 2 get $2 EB also.

We do have the promo listed as “Buy 2, get $2.” As for the CVS coupon, it can vary.

this should say they are $4 each, buy 3 which brings your total to $12
Use three $1.00/1 Hershey’s Pot of Gold, 6.7 oz or larger from SS 12/9 (exp 12/25)
And use $2.00/3 Hershey’s Pot of Gold Boxes, CVS Coupon Machine Week of 12/16
pay $5, receive $2 Extrabucks

final price $1 each when you buy 3

No, she was correct in her post. $4×3= $12.

$12-3=$9

$9-2= $7

So, Pay $7, and Receive $2 extra bucks.

Where is this “magic coupon machine” located in store? I have looked, keep looking, and have not found yet… am new to shopping CVS, ours just opened couple months ago. Love it so far!!

its usually on the end of an isle when you walk in the store…its red and looks like a price checker

It’s the same as the price check machine. Usually in the front of the store near the cash registers

Try by the pharmacy–my store “hid” one there and now it’s my go to machine because the other one up front is always out of paper. If you can’t find the machine–ask the cashier.

It doubles as their price scanner :)

buy 4 $16 use 4 $1/1 and $2/3 get 2 $2 EBs = $6/4 or $1.25 each

Limit 1

Unfortunately, you can only get the EB once.

1.67 each when you buy 3

Thanks 😉

Think the math might be a bit off…

Specifically?