Barbara from ClipperGirl’s Saving Spot is the Deal Seeking Mom Store Expert for CVS. At ClipperGirl’s Saving Spot, she saves her readers time and money by finding rock bottom prices on items that they use every day.
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:: Contact CVS
- CVS Customer Service: 1-800-SHOP-CVS (1-800-746-7287)
- E-mail feedback to CVS Corporate Headquarters
:: Coupon Policy
CVS accepts the following types of coupons:
- CVS store coupons
- Manufacturer coupons
- Internet printable coupons
- Competitor pharmacy coupons
- ExtraCare Bucks
The following are guidelines and limits:
- You can use one manufacturer and one CVS coupon per item. You may also use ExtraCare Bucks towards your purchase.
- For promotional Buy One, Get One Free sales, you may use (2) manufacturer’s coupons towards the purchase or (1) manufacturer’s Buy One, Get One Free coupon.
- If the coupon value exceeds the purchase price of an item, the cashier will need to adjust the price of the item to match the coupon amount. You will not receive cash back.
- CVS does issue rain checks for items that are out of stock, including for items that generate ExtraCare Bucks. Read my post on CVS rain checks for details.
- CVS does not double or triple coupons.
- Internet printable coupons must have a bar code. If the bar code will not scan, CVS will not be able to accept the coupon.
- CVS does not accept competitor coupons and will not match competitor prices.
:: FAQs for Shopping CVS
Q. What are ExtraCare Bucks?
A. CVS’s ExtraCare Program allows you to earn ExtraCare Bucks for purchasing certain items. The ExtraCare Bucks will print out after purchase and can be used on future purchases. Combining ExtraCare Bucks with a great sale price and a manufacturer’s coupon allows you to purchase items at the lowest possible price and stock up on necessities for minimal cost. Read my post, CVS 101, to learn how to effective use the ExtraCare Program to get the best deal available.
Q. What are CRTs?
A. CRTs refer to Coupon Register Tape coupons that print with your receipt or in the “Magic Coupon Machines” located in select stores. They are store coupons and often produced according to your shopping habits, so you may or may not get all of the coupons that other shoppers are reporting.