Monday, February 27, 2012

CVS


~ Earn ExtraCare Bucks when you buy eligible merchandise and present your card at checkout
~ EC Bucks will print out at the bottom of your receipt
~ Use your EC Bucks as cash on your next transaction
~ Most expire in 2 - 4 weeks
~ When redeeming EC Bucks you must present the same EC card that you used to earn them
~ Expired coupons are not accepted
~ The value of coupons must not exceed the amount of the transaction
~ You may not show your smartphone to redeem a coupon
~ Manufacturer coupons will usually have tax charged on the price pre-coupon
~ Manufacturers coupons are accepted for items on sale
~ Cash back is not given if the coupon exceeds the price of the product
~ Percent off coupons aren't accepted on sale items
~ Copies of coupons are not accepted
~ You may use one CVS coupon and one Manufacturer coupon on one item
~ Multiple Dollar Off coupons can be used at once like if you have two $4.00 off $20.00 you can use them both
~ There is no limit as to how many EC Bucks can be used in a transaction as long as it doesn't exceed the amount of the purchase
~ If the amount of a coupon is exceeds the price of the product then the coupon amount is reduced to the amount of the product
~ Coupons are processed in any order CVS prefers
~ Product purchase quantities may be limited
~ The number of products purchased and the number of ManufacturerCoupons used must be equal
~ A Buy One Get One sale plus a Buy One Get One coupon equals free products except tax must be paid
~ Coupons printed at home are accepted if they have a barcode


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