CVS: Moneymaker Brookside Pouches for Some!

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brooksideHopefully you hung onto the the $2.00/1 Lancaster, Hershey’s or Brookside Pouches, 5-8 oz, CVS Coupon from the Red Coupon Machine last week, because this week we got a $2.00/1 Brookside, CVS Coupon from the Red Coupon Machine.  How does this make it a moneymaker you ask?  Well there was a discussion in another CVS post about using two store coupons, and come to find out the CVS coupon policy states this:

  • CVS/pharmacy accepts one manufacturer coupon and applicable CVS/pharmacy coupon(s) per item, unless prohibited by either coupon offer.

Neither of the coupons state that they cannot be combined with another coupon, which means you can use both!  Brookside pouches are on sale this week for $3.79, which means when you use both, you have a Moneymaker!!!

BUY ONE BROOKSIDE POUCH 5-7OZ, on sale $3.79
Use one $2.00/1 Lancaster, Hershey’s or Brookside Pouches, 5-8 oz, CVS Coupon from the Red Coupon Machine last week
Use one $2.00/1 Brookside, CVS Coupon from the Red Coupon Machine this week
Net Price: $0.21 OVERAGE!!!

Make sure to tell us what CVS Coupons you got in our CVS Coupon Request!

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  1. I didn’t think you could use both CVS red coupon machine coupons on the same item? They are basically the same coupon right? Not questioning your genius Coupon skills, but this is new to me, and in a good way. 🙂

    • Wayland P says:

      They have different barcodes/numbers on them. I quoted the policy above. And the computer didn’t so much as beep at me when I tested it yesterday.

      I think a lot of folks made the assumption, you could only use one, myself included. It’s new to me as well, but it opens up a whole new world. 😉

  2. what does MFR means ?

    • Wayland P says:

      It means it’s a CVS coupon funded by the manufacturer. It is treated just like any CVS store coupon, except when you use a % off coupon. Basically, when you use a % off coupon, any CVS coupons without that MFR are subtracted from the total, before the amount deducted is determined. This can apply both to Red Coupon Machine coupons and some ExtraBucks. (Usually ones that are manually printed.) For 99% of transactions, it won’t make a difference.