There’s a moneymaker on Revlon nail polish at CVS this week! If you receive the $3.00/1 Revlon Cosmetic CVS store coupon from the “Magic Coupon Machine,” stack it with a manufacturer coupon and an ExtraCare promotion. Here’s the breakdown: 

Any Revlon Nail $4.99, sale price through 8/10
Buy 1, Receive $3.00 ExtraBucks through 8/10, Limit 6
Use $2.00/1 Revlon Cosmetic from SS 7/28 (exp 9/8)
Or $1.00/1 Revlon Color Cosmetic from SS 7/28 (exp 9/8)
And use $3.00/1 Any Revlon Cosmetics, CVS Coupon Center Week of 8/4
Pay Nothing, Receive $3.00 ExtraBucks
Final Price: $3.00 Moneymaker

 

Didn’t get this CVS coupon? Coupon center coupons are customized to your shopping habits, so not everyone will get the same coupons. But don’t forget to check your online ExtraCare account for personalized coupons as well! Visit our weekly Coupon Center post for more information.

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34 thoughts on “$3.00 Moneymaker on Revlon Nail Polish at CVS!”

  1. Sona Escobar says:

    Question, on my mobile app under savings and rewards I see the $3 off revlon products. Does this mean that it will automatically apply or do I have to print it from the machine?
    I have lost my actually card and normally just use my phone number, is there another way to get the coupons from the machine without scanning the card?

  2. Lilyflower03 says:

    I guess no revlon cosmetic coupon in California either :( only the revlon hair color

  3. Anonymous says:

    Remember that you can use the $3.00 magic coupon machine coupon for Revlon tools also – I made $0.73 by using it for the $2.27 Revlon nail clippers!

  4. Der says:

    Is it a specific Revlon Nail polish item that is on sale for 4.99? The CVS I went to today didn’t have any priced at 4.99 or any tags about ecb’s…

  5. I would give corporate a call. Many times, they have MCM coupons advertised in their weekly ad, so they need to be making good on these ads.

  6. Jenn says:

    I went to CVS, logged into my account. Click ExtraCare at the top, then under the picture, Click “My Savings & Rewards”. If you got the coupon, it should be in that list. Then you can push “Print” and select how many copies you want to print. They all have the same barcode, whether you print them all at once or one at a time. It’s never mattered before.

  7. guisi says:

    I also got a $4/$20 cosmetics and still have a $/1 Revlon coupon from last week so that will make it an even bigger moneymaker.

  8. Michelle U. says:

    Been to CVS twice this week no $3/1 cvs coupon from red machine in So Cal =(

  9. DbuddyF@aol.com says:

    Thanks I prob wont do them all in one trans but just didnt know what the limit 6 was for thanks again I have 3 girls to get for ( back to school ) and it can add up on makeup

  10. SPaz Mataz says:

    The magic machine was hateful to me today…it spat out FOUR coupons for $1.50 off of antacids. And four of the same coupons in the same stream of printings? Yep. Very hateful indeed.

  11. n00bcouponer says:

    Does anyone knows if it prints everyday or just once?

  12. Anonymous says:

    My store, which is usually very coupon friendly, has told me and other shoppers that nail polish is not considered a cosmetic item, only make-up can be purchased with the mfg coupon. Has anybody else had that problem?

    • Brooke says:

      you might show them the photo of nail polish on the revlon cosmetic coupon.

    • Guest says:

      The coupon has a picture of nail polish on it and it is considered a coor cosmetic. I was able to use it at my CVS and then it spit out another coupon $3/$12on my receipt!

    • You could probably consult any one of their previous weekly ads, where they advertise “any sally hansen cosmetics” for example, showing nail polish. In the coupon world and in the drugstore world, “cosmetics” does include nail polish. HTH :)

  13. Jessakittyis says:

    Seems like we didn’t get the Revlon coupon in the SS in New York. =(

  14. Guest says:

    How many times I can print the Q from cvs ? Just once?

    • BJones918 says:

      mine only printed once.

    • Jenn says:

      I got one in the Magic Coupon Machine and then went online and printed 5 more from my Extracare account. The bar codes are all the same, but I’ve used three Huggies CVS coupons that had the same barcode and the register took it, it didn’t even beep.

      • amiko says:

        maybe they pushed it through, because it will always beep if the coupon was already been used and as you said it has all the same barcodes, still this is dishonesty for me, you should never brag about it

  15. Guest says:

    @kcl-95f87ebabd3c387bf83fe09b2d93069c:disqus you will get $3.00 ECB’s six times ($18), either you will do it in separate transaction or in one transaction, please refer to the wordings of the $2.00 / 1 revlon cosmetics if it has restriction of how many coupons you can only use in a single transaction. If there’s no restriction then yes, you can use (6) $2.00 / 1 revlon cosmetics in buying (6) nail polish and you will get $18 ($3.00 x 6) worth of extrabucks., plus use the the $3.00/1 revlon cosmetics from the cvs red machine if you have it in multiples as long as the bar code is different on each cvs coupon then register will accept it. Goodluck!

  16. DbuddyF@aol.com says:

    ok so the limit of 6 means what ? How many coupons I can use , limit of how many times I can get the 3.00 EB ? Lets say I buy 6 nail polishes will I get 3.00 EB for each one or just one

    • Rosemarie says:

      you will get a 18 ecb. if you want smaller ecb you have to do them in multiple transactions

      • Rosemarie says:

        you can use as many coupons there is no limit on them. 6 times is how many times you will get the 3 ecb

    • nydrom28 says:

      If you buy all at once you will receive s huge extrabuck thst is harder to roll.

    • amiko says:

      you will get $3.00 ECB’s six times ($18), either you will do it in separate transaction or in one transaction, please refer to the wordings of the $2.00 / 1 revlon cosmetics if it has restriction of how many coupons you can only use in a single transaction. If there’s no restriction then yes, you can use (6) $2.00 / 1 revlon cosmetics in buying (6) nail polish and you will get $18 ($3.00 x 6) worth of extrabucks., plus use the the $3.00/1 revlon cosmetics from the cvs red machine if you have it in multiples as long as the bar code is different on each cvs coupon then register will accept it. Goodluck!