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CVS.com $25 off $50

on 12.23.2008 at 11:25am
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CVS.com is running the same Mastercard deal they ran around Thanksgiving. You can get $25 off any $50 purchase using your Mastercard and a few coupon codes.  Look below for instructions and a deal idea.

  1. Go here and signin (register if you don’t have a login yet).
  2. Put $50 of merchandise in your cart and $10 will come off automatically.
  3. Use code MASTERCARD10 at checkout (on verify order page) to save another $10
  4. Use additional code MEDICARE to save another $5
  5. You will also get FREE Shipping
  6. You can use your quarterly ECB’s online (not one’s printed for actual products).

An idea:

  • Get $50 of Olay Regenerist mosturizers or cleaners and get $15 back through mail in rebate.
  • Use code “backstage” to save an additional 20% on all Olay, Covergirl and Pantene products!!

I just did an order of all Olay products using all three codes above and got $77 in Olay products for $15 after rebates.

    • Kathy

      Thanks! I’ve been wanting to buy this and now I can!

    • Victoria

      Just discovered your site—fantastic resource!! Do you know how long this deal is running? Just tried it & the mastercard10 code isn’t working. ?? Thanks in advance!

    • Jenny

      Victoria – I think this deal went through Christmas day. I’m sorry. They have done it in the past though so maybe they will repeat it soon.

    • Margie

      Does CVS know how many times you bought an item (i.e. Limit 2 per household) – so you can’t go to multiple stores in the area to get more? Limit 2 per household per card; is that per purchase?