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How to Stack Coupons at CVS

Updated: Apr 14

how to stack coupons at cvs
How to stack coupons at cvs

Are you tired of paying full price for your toiletries and household essentials? Look no further than CVS, where coupon stacking can save you big bucks! By combining manufacturer coupons, store coupons, and ExtraBucks rewards, you can score incredible deals on everything from shampoo to snacks. In this post, we'll share our top tips and tricks for mastering the art of coupon stacking at CVS and unlocking extraordinary savings. Get ready to watch your shopping cart total plummet – let's dive in! Make sure to check the CVS Coupon Policy for the most up to date changes on the policy. When it comes to couponing, CVS is one of the best places to do it. Not only do they offer a variety of coupons, but they also offer extra savings through their ExtraCare program. Coupon stacking at CVS can help you save even more money on your purchases.

Here are some tips and tricks for coupon stacking at CVS:

1. Know the store policies. Before you start couponing at CVS, be sure to familiarize yourself with their store policies. This way, you'll know what coupons you can use and how to use them in order to maximize your savings. 2. Use manufacturer's coupons. In addition to CVS coupons, you can also stack manufacturer's coupons with your purchase. This can often lead to even bigger savings. Be sure to check the expiration date on the manufacturer's coupon so that you don't accidentally use an expired one. 3. Use ExtraCare rewards. Another great way to save at CVS is by using their ExtraCare rewards program. You can earn points for every dollar you spend which can then be redeemed for discounts on future purchases. Be sure to sign up for the ExtraCare program before you start shopping so that you can start earning rewards right away. Extrabucks promotions, or ECB's, print out on the bottom of your receipt and can be used on your next purchase.


Lot's of stores allow you to stack manufacturer coupons as long as one is a store coupon and one is a manufacturer coupon. Here is all the information you need to know to stack coupons at CVS

Can I use multiple coupons on sale items?

Yes, for certain coupons and certain sale items. Examples:

Suave shampoo is on sale for $2.00 Buy One, Get One Free (BOGO) and the customer purchases two shampoos; the customer may use two coupons for $1.00 each and pay the applicable tax.

Suave shampoo is on sale for $2.00 BOGO and customer has a mfr. coupon for Suave BOGO. Customer will receive both items for free but will need to pay any applicable tax.

All coupons are market appropriately. Manufacturers coupons will say Manufacturers.

CVS Store coupons may contain the following. STORE COUPON, CVS Coupon, Have the CVS Logo

Manufacturers Coupon;

Can be stacked with

CVS Store Coupon

CVS Store Threshold Coupon

The two coupons shown can be stacked together because one is a store coupon and one is a manufacturer

CVS Store Coupon;

Can be found at the CVS Savings Center (red Box) or in your CVS APP

Can Be Combined With

Manufacturer Coupon

CVS Threshold or Basket Coupon

This is a basket or threshold coupon. These are normally worded to be a blanket of products such as haircare, laundry etc.

Can be found at the CVS Savings Center (red Box) or in your CVS APP

Can Be Combined With Manufacturer Coupons

Manufacturer Coupons

Can be combined with other CVS coupons such as $2.00 off 2 Suave , states specific brand etc.

Here is an example of how you could use all the above three coupons at CVS

Deal; Suave Hair Care 2 for $6.00; Get $4.00 ECB when you spend $12.00; Limit 2

Buy 4=$12.00

Use 4 of the $0.75 off manufacturer paper coupons=-$3.00=$9.00

Use 1 $2.00 off 2 Suave Store Coupon=$7.00

Use 1 $3.00 off $12.00 Threshold Coupon=$4.00

Get back $4.00 ECB=

This will make your cash out of pocket $4.00 prompting a $4.00 ECB making your final price FREE

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