If you received the $5.00/$15.00, $4.00/$20.00, $6.00/$30.00 or $10.00/$40.00 coupon, 20-33% savings may not seem like much, but savvy couponers know how to stack and roll to maximize these purchase-based coupons. Remember, you only need to reach the purchase requirement before applying other coupons. Mix and match multiple high-savings deals from this week's coupon matchup, or use this purchase-based coupon to reduce your out-of-pocket cost on a "spend" deal. Remember to hand the purchase-based coupon to your cashier before other coupons.
Here is one for the $5.00/$15.00 coupon:
Here is one idea if you received the $4.00/$20.00 coupon:
Here is one idea for the $6.00/$30.00 coupon:
Here is one idea for the $10.00/$40.00 coupon:
If you received the 25% or 30% off coupon, these coupons exclude clearance, sale and promotional items, such as BOGO sales. However, they can be used on regular-priced items, even those that trigger extrabucks. CVS registers are programmed to automatically apply the coupon to all valid items. Learn more about percent-off coupons here.
We took some of the best regular-priced deals this week, added the 30% off coupon, and turned them into moneymaker stock-up deals. For more ideas using this coupon, please visit the weekly coupon deal post, and look for items marked "regular price" (excluding BOGO deals).
Here are a few ideas for the 25% or 30% off coupon:
With percent-off coupons, there are a few things that will impact your discount, including certain types of other CVS coupons such as Beauty Rewards, and "purchase-based" coupons (e.g., $4.00/$20.00). Visit our percent-off tutorial to learn all about how CVS percent-off coupons work!
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