CVS Shoppers: Check Your Email and a Call for Your Help 11/5!

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cvs email 11-5I’ve got your Red Coupon Machine Matchup for this week coming shortly, but I figured I would go ahead and toss this out there so you could let us know what you’ve got.

Check your emails to see if you possibly got a 25% email or maybe something else. Every Saturday morning, we will make a post matching up these coupons with the deals both in the current ad and the ad that starts on Sunday. Since I don’t get all of the coupons, and sometimes don’t even get one, I need your help to let me know what coupons are out there!

So, if you want me to get those email coupon matchups, let me know what you’ve got in the comments and I’ll start working on them ASAP!

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Comments

  1. $5/15
    $5/25

  2. I received a $5 off $25. I’m so happy I’m finally receiving them.

  3. CVS has a new policy. It was confirmed when I called CVS extracare yesterday. Now with the $x off $x coupons it’s up to the store manager to accept the coupon if the purchase is under the spend limit after coupons. So if you have a $5 off $25 like I did, but after your coupons your total out of pocket is less than $25, the store does not have to take it. In my case, the store manager said she could not key it in. Extracare gave me $5 ECB, but she said there will be new language on these coupons that will say it’s up to store discretion. I told her to communicate that all stores should be uniform and I should know whether or not I can use these coupons without issue.

    • I had the same issue three times. I have received the the $10/$40 coupon for three weeks in a row and I have not been able to use it yet. In two cases the store manager said they could not override it when the out of pocket is less than $40 and it was a new policy and they system would not let them do it (honestly they tried ringing it up multiple ways). There was one case (at a different store) where I got the $10 off, but the cashier manual took the $10 off my order, but the coupon remained on my CVS card until it expired. Has anyone had any luck?

      • Same thing happened to me yesterday in FL when buying 3 tides, using manufacturer coupons and trying to use a $5 off $15. The register would not take the $5 off and the cashier told me it was new policy and the total had to be $15 after all coupons. I don’t understand it since the store is going to be reimbursed for the manufacturer coupons so why do they care. I guess I’ll try other stores in the area but it doesn’t look good.

  4. $6/30

  5. I got $10/$40 again!! (3rd week in a row!)

  6. 25% off

  7. and a 30% off

  8. $5 off $25–first time in almost a year.

  9. 30% off
    yikes! this new policy makes it impossible for take advantage of the many coupons, sales and ECBS that we get. I think I need some math help to figure this all out!