CVS: $2 MONEYMAKER Hallmark Greeting Cards and $1.20 Holiday M&M’s!

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hallmark-greeting-cardGrab this Hallmark Greeting Cards CVS Store Coupon because this week you can get a $2 MONEYMAKER! Not all stores and regions carry Hallmark cards, for instance my area carries American Greetings 🙁 While you are there though you can grab Holiday M&M’s for only $1.20 each after stacked coupons and BOGO sale as well! It is time to get ready for the holidays if you haven’t already!

At CVS:
BUY THREE HALLMARK GREETING CARDS – regular price $.99
Get $2 Extra Care Bucks when you buy three Hallmark Greeting Cards (limit 1)
use one $3/3 Hallmark Greeting Cards printable coupon
Price at register: $0 but receive $2 ECB
Net Price: $2 MONEYMAKER

BUY TWO HOLIDAY M&M’S 8 – 12 oz – on sale BOGO $4.39
use one $1/2 M&M’s, Dove, Snickers, Twix, Milky Way, 3 Musketeers 2 oz or larger printable coupon (preclipped)
use one $1/2 M&M’s Seasonal Mix 9.9 – 11.4 oz or Dove Seasonal Promises 7.94 – 8.8 oz CVS Store Coupon
Net Price: $2.39 ($1.20 each!)

Thanks Wild for CVS

 


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Comments

  1. Mary Gossage says:

    Cvs would not let me use both coupons. They say they are both manufacturers. Is there a written policy on this anywhere?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      The policy is one manufacturer and one store coupon. Technically they are wrong, even if the fine print on the store coupon has some kind of wording like it being a “manufacturer sponsored program” – which it might (I don’t have the coupon handy.) Most store coupons are manufacturer-sponsored programs. However, it’s not easy to convince them of that. Sometimes you just have to find a more coupon-friendly CVS if you have another in the area.