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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Brookside has a very intriguing take on chocolate and there’s a high value coupon to help us try it!

Get a $1 off Brookside Products printable when you watch the CVS video.  You can then share it on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest to bump up the value to $2.50.

Starting 4/7 Brookside Chocolate 7 oz products will be $3, making it 50¢ after the coupon!  Which of the three flavors do you want to try?

I had the pomegranate ones when the small packs were free after ECB’s and they were tangy and yummy!

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    • Christina

      These are part of a $5 ECB when you spend $15 on certain products. When I bought them on Sunday, it made them free (using 5 $2 Qs)… this coupon makes it a $2.50 MM!!…. Wish I had waited…sigh…

      • ctrinkle

        Where did you get the $2 coupon? I love these chocolates!

        • Christina

          I cut out all my coupons so I apologize but I don’t know where it came from! I know that it must have been posted in CVS’s match up for this week because that’s the only way I would have known to check my binder for the coupon!

        • Christina

          Hey! I just saw it listed on another site… it is SS 2/24 :)

          • Amy

            Sadly the only coupons I found were $1 off instead of $2 in the SS 2/24 so that must be a certain area that has the $2 off.

            • Christina

              I won’t lie to you… it is nice to hear that for once my area got the good coupon… lol. :)

    • Stacey

      My new indulgence, I’ve only tried the blueberry- highly recommend.

    • dtcox1

      i liked the free blueberrywe got at cvs

    • Tammie

      http://www.cvs.com/shop/brand-shop/H/Hersheys/_/N-gk1i?DCSext.TriadCampID=Blog44091Brookside

      it is off of CVS’s site

      Hopefully the link will work. You want to click the video side for more savings. It is a Bricks and is 2.50 off of 1! You can also print the 1.00 off (Bricks.) Think I read somewhere that you can’t use more than 1 of the 2.50 in a transaction; but can use it with the 1.00. It is also a part of the spend 15.00 on x items, and get 5 ECB.
      ?? I assume I cannot use my 20% off on these? Do I need to add more, so that when the 20% is taken off, it would still be at 15.00, to get the 5 ECB?

    • Kelly

      This week at my CVS the Brookside Chocolates were advertised at 2 for $6 but when I showed up last night the sign said 2 for $7. I thought this worked out better since I was equipped with 4 of the $2.50 off coupons and 4 of the $1 off coupons from coupons.com. When I got to the register though I found out that they were in fact still on sale for 2 for $6 so there was an overage. The manager came and voided the transaction and started over, giving me back two of the $1 off coupons because it would still make it free. So, in summary, I bought 4 bags of Brookside Chocolates at $3 each, used 4 $2.50 off CVS coupons, 2 $1 off manufacturer coupons and paid only 48 cents in tax! Needless to say I’m a happy girl today!

    • I never received this coupon. What heading is it under when they send it to your email?