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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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CVS has a great printable coupon available on their site. The coupon is for $10 off any Nature Made Full Strength Mini.

The Deals:

Nature Made Full Strength Minis Super B, $9.99
-$10 off Nature Made Full Strength Mini’s, (CVS Coupon), printable
-$3 off Nature Made Full Strength Mini, printable
(makes it FREE plus overage!)

$9.99 is the online price, so hopefully you’ll be able to find it for that price in your store. Even if the price is a little higher you can still get a great deal.

See all of the current CVS deals.

    • tryett

      I believe these are BOGO which means you could add another one, with another $3/1 MC, get both free and have a nice overage.

      • Nic ola

        At my store is florida they were not B1G1F they were original $9.99/ $9.79 still a good deal

        • tryett

          They are B1G1 online and at our stores in NC.

          • SO,, if these are BOGO what order should we hand the coupons over in? Two $3 man q’s then the CVS coupon? Or CVS coupon first? Does it matter?

            • LuvthisStuff

              Doesn’t matter…

            • LuvthisStuff

              Doesn’t matter…

            • LuvthisStuff

              Doesn’t matter…

    • Nic

      I found it at 2 different CVS stores for $9.99 and $9.79. Be careful when they scanned my coupon it added $9.99 to my total instead of taking it off. One store they adjusted it down to $9.79 instead of $10.00. The other storeit did the same thing twice the supervisor asked me where I got it from I told her I signed up for Diabetes care and got the coupon. She went into the office with the coupon came back and adjusted it to $9.99. It was still a good price free plus the manufacturer $2.00 off.

    • Guest

      I found it at 2 different CVS stores for $9.99 and $9.79. Be careful when they scanned my coupon it added $9.99 to my total instead of taking it off. One store they adjusted it down to $9.79 instead of $10.00. The other storeit did the same thing twice the supervisor asked me where I got it from I told her I signed up for Diabetes care and got the coupon. She went into the office with the coupon came back and adjusted it to $9.99. It was still a good price free plus the manufacturer $2.00 off.

    • snowdogmom

      In my store the B complex was $9.99 the Omega-3 was B1G1 at $14.99.

      • They didn’t have any of the B complex in mine but did have the Omega 3 and the Multi for her each at $14.48. I got one of each,used 2 of the $3 off coupons then the $10 coupon and it paid for some of my tax as well. Final cost= 59 cents!!!

    • nsbmom824

      Where’s the $3 off coupon?

      • Julie

        I followed the link she posted, used zip code 30024 and sorted by “healthcare” and it was at the top.

    • mcleodsc

      These are NOT BOGO in Sumter, SC They are priced at 15.99.

      • coupon_dude

        I checked this out during my CVS run today. These are NOT BOGO at the CVS in midtown Atlanta. :-(

    • LuvthisStuff

      Simpsonville SC store they were $9.79 YAY!!!

    • esyke623

      Our CVS did NOT have them B1G1, but they were 10.59 (VA), so with the $10 and $3 MQ, still a little overage. Are these multivitamins with added B, or just B vitamins? BTW . . . coupon added $10 to my total, also. Manager had to manually adjust down. Be careful you don’t end up “paying” for your coupon, rather than getting the amount taken off the total.

    • I live in nc and the cashier thought it was a fake coupon lol they had the omega 3 bogo for 14.99 and with stacked coupons free thanks

    • Kim

      I went out and got this deal last night. Thank you so much for sharing this with us! :)

    • cowgurl0520

      I went out to get it last night and mine were not B1G1 either but was $10.49. The cashier would not let me use both the $10 and $3 because the $3 would be too much overage. Still got it for only $0.49

    • Momof2!

      I went to cvs yesterday and they wouldn’t take $10 off because the vitamins were 9.79. They changed the coupon amount to 9.79 though, and took the 3 M coupon. I got 2 bottles of vitamins, 1 gallon of milk, and a loaf of bread and paid $0.40. Not bad!

    • Mingo

      These were BOGO at the CVS on Assembly Street in Columbia near the USC campus. However I couldn’t do the deal because the cashier told me that, per corporate direction, CVS will no longer accept ANY coupons from Coupons.com!! She said there has been too much fraud. I tried to show her how you could tell on the coupon that it was legitimate but she wouldn’t budge. She said this is now CVS corporate policy. Has anyone else encountered this? I can’t find this change anywhere on CVS’s coupon policy on their website.

    • Aiop

      I bought b1g1 omega 3s for 15.79 each. I used the 10$ coupon and 1 3$ manufacture coupon as wellas stacked a few more on which made it free!! Thank you!! Could I have used 2 3$ man. coupons in the same transaction? I assume that we can’t use two 10$ cvs coupons however.

    • Aiop

      Also, with overage, I assume there’s no cash back. Does this mean i need to purchase a few more items to equal a zero/little over?

      • Yes! They will not give you cash back so add some items on.

        • aiop

          Thanks Heather!

    • can you do this more than once? in a different transaction?

      • Since it says one per customer, I think you need multiple people and ExtraCare cards for this one.

    • holly

      My CVS had the B Complex Mini for $9:79 but only the Omega Mini was BOGO for $14.??. I bought the cheaper and intended to use the $3 mq as well but since the product was free they wouldn’t let me even though I ought the contact lens cleaner as well. I had hoped to use both q’s to net down the price of the contact lens cleaner but nope. In hindsight, I should have bought the BOGO for more $ so I could have used both q’s.

    • steelercutie

      so mine were $15 but when they scanned the coupon it took $15 off PLUS the other $3 off. I bought some coffee for $3.50 to use for the overage and then submitted the receipt to my Endorse app:) coffee and vitamins for $1.57:)

    • tharnish1

      I purchased the B Complex minis today and they were $9.99 in Greenville, SC (on Tanner Rd) they took the $10.00 coupon but wouldn’t let me use the $3 coupon since it was already free. And I did purchase other items with it.

    • edele26

      thank you, I really appreciate your website.

    • All, to avoid any problems with the $10 Nature made coupon, just sign up for their “Diabetes Care” newsletter! You will get future similar coupons directly to your email AND you can print a $10 coupon that is actually tied to your CVS card.

      To sign up, go to CVS(dot)com, hold your mouse over “Pharmacy” at the top, then “Health Information” on the left. You should see a “Join Now” button under the heading “Extra Care Advantage for Diabetes”. Once I signed up the $10 coupon appeared under the “What’s New” tab of the EC Diabetes page.

    • grnacrz

      I could not find the $10 Q for minis on the CVS website. I asked on two different CVS Southern Saver boards for help and found none. Now when I click on the link to the coupon, it tells me the offer has ended. Very frustrated.