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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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I’m excited to finally share a project that has been in the works since March!  CVS loves their couponers, seriously they do.  They love the programs they’ve created and the savings folks are getting.  For some shoppers though the whole thing is a bit overwhelming.  There are a few different programs, from regular ExtraBuck Rewards to the Beauty Club to programs for diabetics and pharmacy savings.

With all these programs CVS corporate decided to help simplify the learning process and make a choose your own adventure system.  You can pick what you want to learn about, then move on to save even more learning about other systems.

For any that aren’t already saving at CVS, you are missing out.  Personally I would say you don’t have your budget as low as possible until you are grabbing the deals there.  If you don’t believe me just check out what I bought last week.

If you are ready to venture out and start CVSing then head over to the Choose your own adventure site and learn about all the ways to save at CVS.  Then come back and get your shopping list ready!

    • dtcox1

      i use jennys web site daily love it and cvs went today got 5 name brandperfumes and colonges that was 75 off was 137.34 for 11.63 for cristmas gifts plus used my xbucks it was free love it

    • dtcox1

      love these new vidoes

    • April

      I am so thankful for your site. I found it on my own years ago and tell everyone about it. I got $106.43 worth of items a few weeks ago and paid $2.43 and a few weeks before that I got $68.02 worth of items and actually made a profit of $6.46. Most of these items are diapers and items that are needed on a regular basis. I do use (3) different CVS cards. I have my Mom’s and a friends I keep with me to get the deals with only a limit of 1. I always check my e-mail for extra coupons from CVS, the site, and coupon center before making any purchases. Have received (2) free $3 extra bucks e-mails the past few weeks. Most of my coupons are CVS coupons or ones printed from using your site. Thank you so much for your time and commitment to helping so many people. You are truly a blessing.

    • canes1999

      its very offensive that they never show men that coupon, i have been using coupons for over 4 years now and i do just as good as women

      • Nah, it’s not offensive. I use coupons as well, but in reality men are very much in the minority of people who use them. Women normally do, nothing wrong with that for me.

      • karen

        My husband and I do it together. He travels alot for work so usually I plan the trips and he executes them. He has found that being a male gives him an advantage sometimes with the cashiers. They question him less and are very impressed with his savings usually. I have had to tell him, jokingly of course, to stop using the young women as cashiers cause they get disappointed when they find he is married.