We have a new CVS coupon for Scott Bath Tissue or Paper Towels. Use it this week to save on a CVS Cash Card promotion!

Normally with store coupons we have the ability to stack them with manufacturer coupons. Unfortunately, this one has pretty strict stipulations, including one per customer per visit, and the inability to combine it with other coupons. Despite CVS policy allowing “stacking,” the wording on this coupon does supersede that guideline. However, it is a higher value coupon than the others listed, so print now and split your purchases over multiple visits. These packs are regularly about $13.99, so using two computers and making a few trips may be worth the 79% savings!


Buy 4 Scott Bathroom Tissue, 12-18 pk $7.49, sale price through 1/19
Spend $30.00, Receive a $10.00 CVS Cash Card through 1/19, Limit 5
Use four $2.00/1 – Scott Bath Tissue, 12 pk or larger or Scott Towels, 6 pk or larger, Limit One Coupon per customer per visit, cannot be combined with any other coupon – (cvssavingscentral.com)
Or $1.25/1 – Scott Bath Tissue, 6 rolls or more – (scottbrand.com) new members only
Or $1.00/1 Scott 1000 Tissue, 16 pack or larger or (2) 8 packs or larger from SS 1/13 (exp 2/23)
Or $1.00/1 Scott Extra Soft Bath Tissue, 12 rolls or larger from SS 1/13 (exp 2/23)
Pay $21.96, Receive $10.00 CVS Cash Card
Final Price: $2.99 each, when you buy 4

 

Update: A few of you are asking questions about how to get the $2.00 coupon. Hopefully, these instructions will help:

  • First, be sure to play the game at the linked site. You just need to take your mouse and virtually “scratch” one of the price tags.
  • Second, instead of clicking on “get coupon” (only $1.00), choose to “share now” ($2.00). Be sure to enter a valid email address here. 
  • Third, share on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest by following the prompts.
  • And finally, watch your email inbox for an email titled “Thanks for Sharing.”

The email comes from an address titled “No Reply,” so it is highly possible that your spam filters will snag this email and put it in your spam folder, so be sure to check there too! It can take anywhere from 5 minutes to a couple of hours, so be patient and keep checking your inbox and spam folder. As of Tuesday morning, it was still working–I signed up with an alternate email address and received the email within minutes.