|Posted by 1FrugalMom on February 8, 2015 at 10:50 AM|
Yesterday at CVS I got all of this, including 2 gallons of milk, 3 cases of bottled water, a tube of toothpaste, and more, for only $7.34!
Tip 1. If you don't already have a free CVS savings card, I strongly suggest you get one. It's quick and easy to get one. Simply ask the cashier for one next time you're in the store, or go online to cvs.com. Also, every time you visit CVS make sure you scan your savings card at the coupon kiosk for extra $ saving coupons when you arrive.
Tip 2. And get on their emailing list, too. That's how I get the high value coupons. On this shopping tip I had two high value coupons. One for $5 off, and another for $15 off (you'll see it on the receipt below as a $20 off CVS coupon). I received those two coupons via email. For the $15 off coupon I did however have to complete a short survey. Don't worry, CVS will not spam you. And you can set your email preferences.
Tip 3. Print CVS coupons rather than sending them to your savings card because CVS will accept expired coupons. If you send the coupons to your savings card they disappear after they expire & then cannot be used. And don't forget to check your receipt(s) for coupons, too. On this shopping trip, in addition to other coupons printed on my receipt, I also received a coupon for $2 off my next purchase.
For a list of ways to save and make $$$ visit my blog post at http://1frugalmom.webs.com/apps/blog/show/24948591-free-and-easy-ways-to-earn-cash-and-cool-free-stuff
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