CVS Shopping Scenario for Beginners 1/15 – 1/21

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Here is your CVS easy shopping scenario for beginners for the ad that starts on 1/15 and runs through 1/21/16. If you did the transactions for the most recent sale, then you have $6 in Extra Bucks (one $4 and one $2) leftover to start the new ad. We will be using it in Transaction #1 below.

If you want to see the full weekly ad and coupon matchups for the 1/15 CVS ad, go here.

If you are shopping later in the week, I recommend that you check our CVS Category to see if there have been any new developments since this scenario was originally written.

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Comments

  1. Are these for large pizzas or the little ones that we got a couple weeks ago?

  2. My husband received a 4.00/20.00 CVS qpon in the mail. I bought 6 digiorno’s, used the 4.00/20.00 and then the (2) B2G1 FREE qpons. Total came to 16.00, BUT I used a Miller/Coors 15.00 rebate card and only paid 1.00 OOP. To me that comes out to .16 for each pizza. Guess what’s for dinner tonight? LOL

  3. When they apply the Bogo coupons are they supposed to deduct $5 each or $3.71 which would be half the price of the $6.29 original price (they deducted 2 of 3.71 each on mine and want to make sure) on the Digiorno of course

    Thanks so much

    Evelyn

    • The ad says 2/$10 (must buy two) or $6.29 (single pizza price). If you buy six pizzas, you are getting all of them for %5 each, no matter how the register rings them up, so I would insist on getting $5 per B2G1 coupon. It’s CVS’s fault that their registers don’t show the price as advertised in the ad. And if I only bought three, I would try to get $6.29 for the third one, but failing that, I would definitely insist on getting at least $5 for the coupon. $3.71 is not getting the third one free based on the advertised price.