Possible 20% Off CVS Mailer!

CVS 20 Off mailer 300x225 Possible 20% Off CVS Mailer!

If you have some CVS shopping to do, make sure you check your mailboxes! I received a CVS mailer with a 20% off coupon this morning, which should make for some great deals!

This coupon excludes sale prices, but you’ll still get your ECB if you use it. Check out some of the best CVS deals this week if you got the mailer…

Buy (5) Excedrin Extra Strength @ $4.99 ($24.95) 
- Use 20% off mailer ($19.96)
- Use (5) $2.00 off any one (1) Excedrin product
- Pay $9.96 out of pocket
Final Cost: FREE!!

Buy (3) Neutrogena facial bars @ $3.29 each ($9.87)
Buy (1) Neutrogena tote @ $9.99 

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Get a FREE Neutrogena tote wyb 3 Neutrogena facial care items
- Use 20% Off mailer
- Pay $7.98 out of pocket
- Get $10 ECB
Final Cost: FREE + $2.02 money maker!

Buy (2) Revlon ColorStay ShadowLinks @ $3.29 BOGO 50% Off ($4.94)
- Use 20% Off mailer ($3.95)
- Use (2) $2.00 off any one (1) Revlon Eye Product
Final Price: FREE!!

Gillette Venus Razor – $6.49 – $7.29
- Use 20% Off mailer ($5.19 – $5.83)
- Use (1) $2.00 off ONE Venus Razor or Disposables Pack
- Pay $3.19 – $3.83 out of pocket
- Get $5 ECB
Final Cost: FREE + money maker!

Comments

  1. Hi there,

    Great blog. I don’t know if it is because I shop at CVS often, but it seems like every week I am getting a 20% coupon via email (i signed up for the mailings.) What’s great is that you can send it directly to your Extra Care card, which means not having to print the coupon out, remember to bring it, and use it.

    Really easy.

    Thanks

    • Common Sense With Money says:

      I haven’t been getting CVS coupons lately, so this was a nice surprise, especially since I also got a $4/$20 in my email yesterday too! I prefer the paper coupons, though. It gives me more control over how I can use them.

  2. recycle by deesign says:

    When I tried to use one of these at my CVS, the register would not allow it on any of the items, like you mention above, that have either ECBs or sale (BOG1/2), for example. Either are “sale items”. So your examples are not valid. I don’t like to be misled like this….

    • Common Sense With Money says:

      You were right about the BOGO 50% off items; that was a slip-up on my part. However, these coupons should automatically apply to the total of all REGULAR priced items after any CVS coupons, like $1/$5 coupons, regardless of whether they produce ECB’s or not. All of the items listed above now are regular priced items, and the register should spit out the ECB’s.

      At least that’s how my CVS store handles these. I have heard of some stores not accepting these types of coupons if an item produced ECB’s, though, so it may depend on the store that you use it at. If you know your CVS won’t let you use it on items that produce ECB’s,then of course don’t use it during those transactions. You could also try a different store.

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