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CVS: Ask About ReadyFill For Valuable Coupons

by Tara Kuczykowski on July 22, 2009 · 7 comments

CVS ReadyFill Coupons
Pick up some valuable money-saving CVS coupons at the CVS pharmacy when you ask about their ReadyFill program! All stores should have these starting August first, but some readers are reporting that their stores have them already.

Coupons include:

  • (2) $4/$20 CVS Purchase
  • (1) $4/$20 Diet/Nutrition Products
  • (1) $4/$20 Facial Skin Products
  • (1) $2/$10 Vitamin Purchase
  • (1) $2/$10 Allergy Products
  • (1) $2/$10 Oral Care Products
  • (1) $3/$12 Eye Care Products

Valid 8/2-9/12.

(Thanks, Simple Saving Savvy!)

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

1 KayDee July 22, 2009 at 11:41 am

This is my first time on the website and love all the news of coupons and giveaways. Wow! will bookmark you because you must be here in the southeast in harris teeter country and i'm loving it!!! I have a contest giveaway at one site and a contest at another. The contest giveaway is for a free account at ClickNRead Phonics which I'm really proud to be able to give to someone who has a child with reading issues (I've been there). Click on the link here and you will be able to see this giveaway. Ending date is July 31 ClickN KIDS . The second is at click on the link here for the photo contest cash prizes .


2 kristine July 22, 2009 at 11:59 am

all you have to do is ask them about it?


3 Mary Beth July 22, 2009 at 10:55 pm

Stopped at CVS today to ask about the new coupon book (& hope they'd give me one early!). Alas, they wouldn't give me one before August 1st, but they are either already in or ordered to arrive before the 1st, and they pharmacists definitely knew what I was asking about. I think you really do just have to ask about the book, and be willing to hear about the Readyfill program to get one!


4 Angela July 25, 2009 at 9:17 pm

I talked to the pharmacist at my CVS today and she showed me the coupon booklet... however, she said they could only give them out if you "sign up" for the auto-fill prescription program! well, that stinks if you don't use prescription drugs on a regular basis!! it makes more sense that they would give you one just for asking for information on the program since not everyone is "able" to take advantage of this program... oh, well...


5 Glenn August 15, 2009 at 6:53 pm

I went to a CVS Pharmacy today and asked both the Pharmacy Tech AND the Pharmacist about the coupon booklet. Neither one knew anything about it!! There was an advertisement directly on top of the cash register. I showed them what I was talking about. The Pharmacist tried to call another store but I left in disgust! "Nevermind!"


6 cheryl September 2, 2009 at 6:30 pm

MY CVS SAID THEY DON'T HAVE ANY COUPONS AND NEVER DID. Truth said she looked at me like I was crazy. lol Oh well no pain no gain


7 Nancy September 2, 2009 at 7:09 pm

Some of the stores didn't start with the coupon books until the middle of August, and some locations apparently aren't participating with Ready-Fill. I've found that it's better to ask during the week and not the weekend, as they are usually part-timers and don't even know who they're working for!!


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