~CVS registers are set to allow 1 CVS coupon and 1 manufacturer coupon per item.
~Extra Bucks are considered coupons, but can be used in combination with other CVS coupons to pay for your purchase. Extra Bucks are considered “earned” coupons.
~You can use $/$$ coupons otherwise known as“offer at the register” coupons. These are usually a certain dollar amount off of a specific item such as $3 off $15 total purchase. Since the registers are programmed to only accept 2 coupons (1 CVS, 1 manufacturer) per item, a member of management may need to assist the cashier in processing the coupons.
(The register amy beep and reject the coupon as a result of the number of coupons exceeding the number of items purchased)
~CVS accepts Interent coupons. They must have a legible barcode that scans at the register. If the coupon does not scan at the register, CVS does not allow manual overrides at the register for coupons printed from the Internet.
~When purchasing a BOGO item you can use a BOGO coupon on the item. When an item is on sale for buy one, get one free and the customer has a buy one get one free coupon for that same product, the coupon will be accepted and both items will essentially become free (plus any applicable sales tax).
~(2)manufacturer coupons can be used on a buy one get one free purchase as long as two items are scanned at the register. The system logic sees 2 items scanned and will allow 2 coupons.
~CVS does not price match with other stores.
~It is CVS’s policy to adjust coupons down when the value of the coupon exceeds the value of the items. (Read my point of view on this policy and what you can do about it. You should get the full value of the coupon taken off.)
~There is currently no limit to the amount of coupons you can use per transaction unless stated on the coupon.
~You can use coupons on clearanced items.
~ If an item is out of stock you can ask for a RAINCHECK. If the item is supposed to print ECB then the casier should write the raincheck for the amount of the item minus the ECB amount.
(I have gotten FREE items when the stores have been out of Free After Extra Care Buck items.)
~ The Store Manager is at liberty to decide the raincheck limit will be on individual items. There is no limit to the amount of rainchecks being redeemed in a transaction.