What’s FREE (or almost free) at CVS 12/25 – 12/31

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CVS FreeHere’s our list of what’s FREE or nearly free in the CVS weekly ad that starts on 12/25 and runs through 12/31. If you want to view the full ad and coupon matchups at CVS for the 12/25 – 12/31 ad, go here.

To keep up with the most current CVS deals be sure to check the CVS Category (under “Drug Store Deals”) for the latest updates.

As of right now, here are the best deals in this new CVS weekly ad:

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  1. First response pregnancy test was 24.49 at my store so just under the threshold for ECB!

  2. Does the buy 2 get one free digiorno coupon not work for cvs?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I think there’s a size restriction problem on the printable coupon.

      • Oh okay, thank you

        • I had to ask a couple places, but I got the b2g1 digorno to work at walgreens with their bogo deal. you have to get 2 store bogo deals and use one coupon to get one extra pizza almost free at their price… coupon max is 6.70 and walgreens price here was 7.49. ended up getting 5 pizzas for the cost of 2 plus 80cents. ($15.80/5 or $3.15/1 pizza)

          walgreens has a weird policy where if you have a bogo coupon you have to buy each item that’s on the coupon – if stacked with a store sale, the store sale’s free item doesn’t count toward the use of the coupon. You have to read the fine print in walgreens coupon policy on this. I rarely shop there because their rules are so convoluted.

  3. How many First Response rebate can I claim?