CVS Coupon Policy FAQs
What happens when I want to use a coupon with a value that is higher than the amount I am purchasing?
You may still use the coupon; however, its value will drop down to the value of the amount you are purchasing. Example:
- A $5 coupon for a $4.99 item will result in a $4.99 coupon value.
Can I use multiple coupons within a transaction?
Yes, as long as all of the coupons meet their qualifications. Examples:
- Two $3 off $15 coupons for purchases that are $30.00 or higher.
- $3 off $15 coupon and $5ExtraBucks Rewards for a purchase of $15.
- $1 off toothpaste manufacturer coupon and a $2 off toothpaste Coupon Center coupon for a $3 toothpaste item.
Can I use multiple coupons on sale items?
Yes, for certain coupons and certain sale items. Examples:
- Suave shampoo is on sale for $2.00 with a Buy One, Get One Free (BOGO) promotion and the customer purchases two shampoos; the customer may use two coupons for $1.00 each and pay the applicable tax.
- Suave shampoo is on sale for $2.00 with a Buy One, Get One Free (BOGO) promotion and the customer has a manufacturer coupon for Suave BOGO. Customer will receive both items for free but will need to pay any applicable tax.
Am I limited by how many items I can buy?
There is no set limit, however, store managers do reserve the right to set discretionary limits on specific items being purchased in order to ensure there are enough of those items for other customers.