CVS Shopping Scenario for Beginners 2/18-2/24

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Here is your CVS easy shopping scenario for beginners for the ad that starts on 2/18 and runs through 2/24/18. If you did the transactions for the most recent sale, then you have $7 Extra Care Bucks leftover to start the new ad.

If you want to see the full weekly ad and coupon matchups for the 2/18 CVS ad, go here to view them

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. $9.99 products never trigger EBs wys $10 offers at my stores. Is there a way to change this?

    • That is so strange, Colleen. The 98% rule always works at all the CVS stores in my area (NE Florida). I have no idea why it doesn’t work for you. It’s an automatic process here.

  2. BUY ONE PHYSICIAN’S FORMULA with a regular price of $9.99
    Get $7 in Extra Bucks when you spend $10 on Physician’s Formula, limit 1
    Use your $7 in Extra Bucks from Last Week
    Price at Register: $0, but get $7 in Extra Bucks

    If it’s $9.99, and you use $7 in extra bucks, wouldn’t you have to pay $2.99 at the register?

    • I believe everyone is supposed to get a $3 off $10 CVS coupon from the Red Coupon Machine this week. It’s in the ad. He just forgot to include it in the shopping scenario.