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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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It’s another big week at CVS!  I did all my shopping last night and am working on the video for it now.  The coupon center this week has a number of new coupons, remember though that not everyone gets the same things.

Pair these with deals and manufacturer coupons for the biggest savings.  You may not need a coupon this week so save it, many times it will go great with next weeks sales.

Don’t forget to also check any online coupons you have in your CVS.com account.  Also check your email and make sure you are signed up for the beauty club to get the most coupons possible.

Expires in One Week
.25/1 all Theater Box Candy
.50/1 CVS Brand Antacid Flavor Chews 12 ct
$4/$10 CVS Brand Skin Care or Cosmetics
$1 off Gold Emblem Juice

Expires in Two Weeks
$3/2 Men Speed Stick Deodorants
$3/$10 School and Office Supplies

Check your online account for some of these possible coupons:
$3/2 CVS Facial Cleansing Towelettes
$3/2 Softsoap Body Wash
$5 off $25 any Allergy Relief purchase
$3 off Benadryl or Aveeno Topical Anti-Itch or Neosporin Essentials
$3 off any Vitamin purchase
$1.50 off any $5 Stomach Remedy or Digestive Aid
$1/3 Nutrition Bars
$5 off any Hair Appliance

Beauty Club members, check your email. I got an email for $7 off any $35 beauty purchase, that includes cosmetics skin care and hair care. This would go great with the Revlon Nail polish this week or the Garnier Hair Care deal!

    • BrandiJ

      Can we stack our email (mine was $6/$30 beauty purchase) with the $4/$10 CVS cosmetics/skin care? Total 30 dollar beauty but 10 of it CVS brand?

      • MandyP

        Typically, yes. As long as you meet the minimum for them they’re pretty good about them! :)

      • Sheena Nix

        For me, it’s sometimes yes, sometimes no. Some of the coupons say in the fine print that you can only use one $x/x and others don’t. Just read the fine print, the cashiers are always really nice about trying it for you and if it doesn’t work the machine will beep and they’ll just give it back. Couldn’t hurt to try but I’ve had a few times that it wouldn’t work.

    • BrandiJ

      One more question…Would the Dermasilk products count as “beauty” that’s $19.99 right there to meet the $30 minimum-please advise if anyone knows if this would be considered a “beauty” purchase. TYSM

      • pdnr

        It applies toward beauty bucks so I would think so.

        • BrandiJ

          ty!!

      • cedenf

        I have found CVS to be very broad with the definition of “beauty products”. In the past I have asked the cashier- do you think this will work? Fully expecting it not to and he/she will say- Let’s try it and it does!

        • BrandiJ

          awesome! thanks!

    • Janet

      I kept swipping my card at the machine and it kept giving me the first4 coupons you listed. Does it bomrally keep qgiving you the same ones or do u have to keep scanning to get past those to get more? Im new to cvs shopping.

      • kaoscasa

        there is absolutely no rhyme or reason to what coupons you get. But you do need to keep swiping until it tells you that there are no more coupons for today.

        • Janet

          Thank you!!

      • EB6

        There is usually a set of 2 or 3 “generic” coupons that will print for every person every day in a given week and then there are a huge variety of random ones of which most people will get a few (but you can sometimes go through a dry spell and not get any of the non-generics for a while). I think it is only these non-generics that show up in your account online if you look to see what offers you currently have.

        If I go several times in a week, it seems there is one big day that I get many of the non-generics and then other days I get less or even none other than the generics. Weusecoupons has a thread in their cvs forum that lists what the generics are for the week and what other coupons people have reported receiving. I think it is helpful to know what are generics because every once in a while there is a good one for something I use often or something like “$4 off $12 cosmetics” purchase and knowing it is a generic means I know I will get a new copy of that coupon each day of the week if I stop in at CVS – whereas most weeks I may only go to CVS once.

    • Joyce

      When I go to coupons on my cvs account it only lists manufacturer coupons, no CVS ciupons

    • juliaxiao

      Can anyone explain where do I go to “Check your online account for some of these possible coupons”?

      • FrancesA

        I would LOVE for someone to answer this question also. I log in and click ExtraCare Rewards. Then click to the right, print list of offers sent to card. It shows the 4/20, 20% off I have sent to my card but never anymore coupons I can use in-store. When I click, ExtraSavings, it always says that I have taken advantage of all my ExtraSavings this week. What are we missing??

        • juliaxiao

          When I click “print list of offers sent to card” it just shows “You have no added coupons on your card”. And I have never gotten any coupons from there before.

          • FrancesA

            You can send you 4/20, 20% off, etc. to your card when you receive the e-mail and they will show up there. Also, they will print at the coupon center. Sometimes, it is easier to go ahead and print the discount and have them scan it because some clerks don’t ask you if you want to use it if you just save it to your card.

            • sunny 4u

              I agree. It is better to print and give it to them when you want to use it unless you are afraid you will forget it. When I first started sending it to my card, the clerks were good about asking first and it worked out great. However, recently they seem to just go ahead and apply it to your first purchase after sending it to your card. Very aggravating when you have your purchase worked out ahead of time and then can’t use previous ECB’s because the 20 percent lowered it too low. I told the clerk that I didn’t want to use it that day after I realized it took it off and she replied that it did it automatically and could not be taken off. So, I will always print from now on.

      • jrenee

        I’m not sure if different people see different things when they are logged in, but I’ll try to help you based on what I see. It took me a while to find them too. After I have logged in, I can scroll down a little ways and see a yellow box with a big picture of a extra care card on the left. In the middle of the box it says “Extra Savings.” I look straight down that column all the way to the bottom of the yellow box, and there’s a link that says “See all of extra savings.” That is the link I click to see the other coupons available to me. I don’t get all the ones she lists here either. They offer different ones to different people…not sure why… Hope this helps.

        • FrancesA

          I am sorry for being so dense. When you say, “here is the link I click to see the other coupons available to me” – do you really see when is going to print at the coupon machine? ie .25 off theater box candy, etc.?? I have never been able to see what is going to print so I have to just guess…I live 45 minutes from the closest CVS so I have to plan my trips very carefully.

          • jrenee

            I am really not sure if everything that I see in that list is printed at the coupon machine. All I know is that I can click on them and print them from my computer. Once you are looking at the list, look all the way over to the right, and there should be a printer icon to let you print them on your home printer. Sometimes they will print again on the machine in the store, but sometimes not. Does that help?

    • Never_Speechless

      $3/2 Men Speed Stick Deodorants…..mine printed out for being also good on lady speed stick….so I bought 2 trial sized ones at 1.27 a piece…they still gave me the 3- off :)

    • catsndogs

      I got a really good deal on Right Guard deodorant this week. The clerk informed me that they had an Instant coupon on them for a dollar. She said she had to use that one right then and that she could still take my coupons. To my surprise, I ended up making money on them.

    • Jules

      I got lucky this week! Someone left behind some coupon machine coupons that I was able to use! I got 2 Right Guard deodorants and two Dry Idea deodorants for $1.71. After SavingStar, I’ll only pay $.71 fit the 4 deodorants!

      • Never_Speechless

        They always told me in the store that you can’t use other people’s coupons. I wonder if they lied to me?

        • Singhing

          As an employee for CVS Pharmacy we’re told that a customer cannot use coupons that are different from the card they scanned. That is one of the main things pointed out in our coupon policy. That store either has employees that are manually entering coupons (coupon fraud) or has a manager (or District Manager) that is lenient on the policy.

          • Never_Speechless

            I will have to try it sometime. People always leave the ones they don’t want by the machine. They are so busy at the register that they never check the numbers on the coupon. If one doesn’t work and they know I bought the product they usually ring the coupon in by hand. I hope it does work…..people are always throwing away some really good ones.