Reminder: As low as FREE Hershey’s Cookie Layer Crunch Pouches at CVS this week!

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This is just a quick reminder about a hot deal running at CVS. Through 12/23, you may be able to get two free pouches of Hershey’s Cookie Layer Crunch candy. Even if you didn’t save the store coupon from last week to use with this deal, your net price will be as low as $0.50 per pouch. Here is the coupon you need to print (which reset a few days ago)…

BOGO Hershey’s Cookie Layer Crunch Pouch 6.3 oz printable coupon (preclipped)

At CVS through 12/23:
BUY TWO HERSHEY’S COOKIE LAYER CRUNCH POUCHES, on sale 2/$6
Get $2 Extra Bucks for buying two Hershey’s Cookie Layer Crunch Pouches (limit 1)
Use one BOGO Hershey’s Cookie Layer Crunch Pouch 6.3 oz printable coupon (preclipped)
and use the $1/2 CVS store coupon that was printing 12/10-12/16 (valid 7 days from when printed)
Price at Register: $2, but get $2 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE FOR ALL: TWO FREE POUCHES! YEAH!

If you don’t have the store coupon or if you see this deal AFTER your store coupon expires…

BUY TWO HERSHEY’S COOKIE LAYER CRUNCH POUCHES, on sale 2/$6
Get $2 Extra Bucks for buying two Hershey’s Cookie Layer Crunch Pouches (limit 1)
Use one BOGO Hershey’s Cookie Layer Crunch Pouch 6.3 oz printable coupon (preclipped)
Price at Register: $3, but get $2 Extra Bucks
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $1 (or 50 cents each!)

 


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Comments

  1. Marilyn Noffsinger says:

    Why is it that the ROUND UP DEALS for the week on the right column ALWAYS goes to a page with June 2015 deals on it ?!?!?

    • Oooops. We never removed the freebie roundup from that menu once the blogger that supplied it discontinued offering it. I’ll get that one removed.

  2. Great deal!! I bought these today!!

  3. A caution that most cashiers are taking off 2.21 only, since the first bag is 3.79, and the 2nd is 2.21. Still a great deal.

  4. Has anyone else run into this problem? After the bags were rung up, I gave her the coupon & she proceeds to tell me that it will only take off $2.28. I asked why, and was told that the way the bags ring up is the first one rings up as $3.72, and the second one at $2.28, so when there is a BOGO coupon, they take off the cheaper of the two. I wasn’t going to accept that. I told her that if an item is advertised as being 2/$6, it stands to reason that they are $3 each, to which she replied, “That’s just the way they are programmed into the computer.”
    Not being one to back off easily, I called another, more senior woman over & then the original cashier got all upset & snapped, “Oh, I’ll just take off your $3, and I’ll get written up for it!” The other woman who came over agreed that they SHOULD be $3 each,”. . . but there’s no telling with this computer system! “It had to have been programmed by a MAN!”
    In the end, I got my $3 off, but how sneaky to advertise 2/$6, and then ring it up differently like that.

    Did anyone else run into this same scenario?

    • The same thing happened to me today. The cashier was taking off $2.21. She was a new cashier and had been told to take the lower price on a BOGO coupon. I pointed out that the advertised price is 2/$6, so the BOGO coupon should be put in as $3.00. She called the shift manager over, and the manager asked her if the coupon automatically deducted $2.21 o if she was prompted to put in a price. She said she had been prompted, so the manager said to void the coupon and scan it again, putting in $3.00. The manager explained to the cashier that there would not be any issue with putting in a value consistent with the advertised price of the item. No one was put out about it.

      I do understand why they do it. The bags are on sale for 2/$6 or $3.79 each with a regular price of $4.89 at my store. We have to buy two to get the 2/$6 sale price, but some people are only going to want one. So the first one rings for $3.79, and if we buy another bag, the second on rings for $2.21, giving a total of $6 for two.

      As we know, this causes problems with BOGO coupons. The registers at CVS are so glitchy that we can assume the programmers at CVS are not always up to the job, and maybe writing code for BOGO coupon scenarios is too much to ask for. However, cashiers should be trained to look at the advertised price when he or she receives a BOGO coupon for items that ring up with a high and low price and work out the value of 50% of the sale price to enter after scanning the coupon. Taking the lowest value is the safest play for CVS because some cashiers will get into trouble for taking the high value.

  5. my cvs deducted the max amount on the BOGO, making it a MM. oop was $1.01 and got back $2 ECB. happy dance!