Got the toothpaste from Smiths. 1.99. Used 2/1 Mfq to get 4 free!

The rest is from CVS. Cost me 9.00 for everything. Used a bunch of coupons from red coupon machine and app. Including 3 off 10 just for you make up. 3 EB from machine. 5 off 25 diapers. 2 off 8 shampoo. 2.00 off 12 suave. Mfq 1.50/1 diapers. B1G1 free wipes. 1.00/2 m&m. 3/1 eucerin. 2/1 Loreal. 1.50/1 suave. 2/1 Rimmel. Used about the same amount in EB as I got back so 9.00 oop and 31 to spend next time.

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18 thoughts on “CVS and Smiths (Kroger) !”

plus CVS isn’t always the best with distinguishing which coupons can be used together, etc…..I saw someone post about buying $35 worth of diapers, using $6/$30 coupon and 2 $3/$20 coupons….how does that work?

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not sure why my comment won’t post, but sometimes CVS isn’t the smartest with accepting coupons that aren’t supposed to be used…..someone posted about buying $35 worth of diapers and they used a $6/$30 coupon, and 2 $3/$20 coupons…now tell me how that works?

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The buy diapers get wipes free is technically for the wipes. U can still use $1.50 off diapers. That’s one q for diapers and one for wipes. Y is everyone having trouble understanding that. Its not coupon abuse as some have said. Cvs coupon policy says one q per item
This is technically one q per item.

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Thank you jessika Fisher finally someone who understand’s and even a cvs manager who is aware of the coupon policy will tell you yes.

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Every single manufacturer’s coupon I have seen has “Limit one coupon per purchase.” In this case, a purchase is both the diapers and the wipes. CVS Policy: “CVS/pharmacy accepts one manufacturer coupon and applicable CVS/pharmacy coupon(s) per item, unless prohibited by either coupon
offer.” Note: the wording on the coupon, limit one per purchase, means that you may not use any additional manufacturer’s coupons on either items. This is the same reasoning that if you buy (2) items and use a coupon that’s say $1.50/2, you may NOT use another manufacturer’s coupon on either item.

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glad some people on this post are smart about it!

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Your comments are getting old Alex. I saw you posting the same thing on everyone’s post. #troll

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I agree with you Aimee.

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Ill 3rd that!!! Me too!! Im tired of seeing them as well!!!!

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But it is true

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thank you…apparently I’m a troll for wanting coupons to be used the correct way

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A troll tries to stir up contention on a post which you clearly have done. I already used both coupons as did all the other people who posted and they were approved by CVS so it’s really a moot point. I read the full coupon seeing other posts and talked to the cashier and it was okay’d and the computer accepted it with no errors. I’m not getting into a logistics debate but seriously your comments are both unwanted and in bad taste. I feel it’s between me and CVS to decide if I can use a coupon. Not you. And I shouldn’t even have to explain that. Sorry. But hearing from self proclaimed “coupon police” really isn’t helpful to anyone. It’s just self righteous. If you wrote on one post that’s one thing. But you are seeking it out.

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Really I’m just trying to help out…I didn’t use the coupons together because I knew it wasn’t right. I really hope CVS doesn’t change their policies because they lost so much money over this deal. Apparently you know me better than I do, because I wasn’t trying to stir anything up, just trying to make it known for other people before they try it. Just because it is Ok’d by a CVS manager/cashier doesn’t mean it is OK in general. Sometimes they don’t understand the coupons very well, I mean it was a very tough coupon to understand. I just hope in the future people don’t misuse coupons like this because it starts to ruin it for the rest of us who do it the right way. I’m sorry but if you don’t want to see my comments, then scroll on, that’s what I do! You’re not always going to like everything you see online but guess what, GET OVER IT….and please use coupons the way they’re intended. If it was allowed, I’m sure KCL would have been all over the deal

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oh and you don’t like my comments, you can scroll right past them. Isn’t that the great thing about the internet? You can just ignore things you don’t want to see!

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apparently you know me better than I do, because I really wasn’t trying to stir up anything. I just wanted to make it known for other people so they don’t try it. I really hope CVS doesn’t change their coupon policies because they lost money over this; it would suck for the rest of us who do it the right way. I’m sure if using the coupons in combination was allowed, KCL would have been all over it because they usually are about things like that, but even they said it was misuse. It was a tough coupon to understand, so I can see why some of the cashiers/managers would be having a hard time with it. Even if they Ok’d it, it doesn’t mean it’s the right way to use it. I just hope in the future everyone thinks twice about it.

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Apparently you know me better than I do, because I really wasn’t trying to start any trouble. I just hope it doesn’t affect the CVS policy because they lost money over it. They really aren’t the best at determining which coupons are best to use in combination, so even if they Ok’d it, it doesn’t mean much. Plus if this was an actual deal, KCL would have been all over it, yet even they said it’s misuse. Please just think next time and use them the correct way so it doesn’t ruin it for those of us who do.

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Not Alex but I don’t understand why you’d call someone a troll for respectfully commenting and informing someone of a couponing error.

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except you can’t combine the 1.50/1 with the bogo coupon……

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