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flavor chews

The CVS Flavor Chews deal is back, so make sure to check it out if you haven’t already. You can grab a box of CVS brand Flavor Chews Antacid Peppermint for $1.49 and get $1.49 Extra Care Bucks, making the antacids FREE!

The best part is that there is a limit of (10) boxes so you can really stock up. No more excuses for indigestion!

If you don’t think you need all those chews, this could be a great item to donate, especially since they are FREE and there are no coupons necessary.

Deal Idea:

Buy:
CVS Antacid Flavor Chews, 12 ct $1.49
Total Due: $1.49
Get Back: $1.49 ECB
(like getting it for FREE!)

Offer valid through 5/26.

See more CVS deals.

 

    • Amanda

      If you buy all 10 at the same time, do you get back a $14.90 ECB? Or do you need to do them all in separate transactions?

      • dbb

        You get back $14.90.

    • Tsmith

      Like getting it free means you pay for it and get to use the rewards the next visit?

      • VP22

        Yes, you buy it, pay in cash and then essentially get it back in store money. You could buy 1, pay for it, get ECB back and then use that ECB to pay for the next one and still earn another ECB.

    • Tsmith

      Like getting it free means you pay for it and get to use the rewards the next visit?

    • Amanda Alford

      I was wondering would these need to be separate transactions?

    • Amanda Alford

      I was wondering would these need to be separate transactions?

      • Amanda Alford

        I’m guessing that in order to get the ecb to pay for it you would need to do different transactions. Is that right?

        • VP22

          Nope. I bought 5 at one time and got back an ECB for $7.45. You could buy them individually if that’s what you wanted to do. Buy 1, get ECB and then use that ECB to pay for the next one and so on.

        • VP22

          Nope. I bought 5 at one time and got back an ECB for $7.45. You could buy them individually if that’s what you wanted to do. Buy 1, get ECB and then use that ECB to pay for the next one and so on.

    • Jennifer

      is it new? or is it the same as the last time?

    • Jennifer

      is it new? or is it the same as the last time?

      • chillto

        That’s what I was wondering

    • Kelly Kunkel

      Wondering where you find CVS’s “monthly deals”? My cashier did not know about this, it was not identified on the shelf tag and it was not identified when scanned on the coupon machine. I bought one to try it and it worked, though. Where do you find out about the monthly deals?

    • Meme007

      I received a $/$$ coupon for antacid from the red box. That would make for more savings.

    • Kerry

      The last time this was posted it was only applicable to a certain flavor. I can’t recall maybe peppermint? Someone mentioned they got an alternate flavor and it didn’t work.

    • lisabelk

      Is this regional or should all cvs honor this?

    • jaime

      I tried it with strawberry(all they had left) & it didn’t work…sigh

    • El

      This did not work for me in Summerville, SC :-(