CVS: PRINT NOW for $1.67 DiGiorno Pizzas starting 1/15!

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Starting 1/15, CVS will have DiGiorno Pizzas on sale $6.29 or 2/$10. They will be included in an Extra Bucks deal for $10 Extra Bucks when you buy $30 of participating items. You can use two coupons to pick up six pizzas for only $1.67 each.

This scenario assumes that your cashier will deduct $6.29 for the third pizza and $3.71 for the sixth pizza. (That will be the price on the register for those two items.) If your cashier is generous and takes $6.29 off for both coupons, you will pay $2.58 less (so only about $1.24 per pizza.)

At CVS starting 1/15:
BUY SIX DIGIORNO PIZZAS, on sale $6.29 or 2/$10 ($30 total for six with sale)
Get $10 Extra Bucks for buying $30 of participating items
Use two Buy Two, Get One FREE DiGiorno Pizzas printable coupons (preclipped)
Price at Register: $20, but get $10 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $10 (or $1.67 each!)


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Comments

  1. I new to this but why wouldnt i use 3 bogo coupons if im getting 6 pizzas?

  2. Ken from Philly says:

    I purchased 3, and cashier says he is required to count as “free” the lowest priced pizza only, and the way it rings up is $6.29 and $3.71, not $5 and $5, so the “first” and “second” pizza was charged at $6.29 ea., I only saved 3.71 on the “free” ‘za, $12.58/3 ($4.19) is not so great, they had $3/10 in past, but factor in 1/2 the ECB deal (5 ECB) and I guess it comes to $7.58/3 or $2.53/’za.once I complete the deal (tough to fit 6 of them in our side-by-side). Maybe the math changes if you walk off with 6 at once, but that’s a lot of sodium and carbs….