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CVS quarterly Extrabucks are now printing!

Posted January 1, 2013



Quarterly CVS Extrabucks are now available to print at or you can get them in stores from the in-store coupon kiosk. Remember, CVS offered double quarterly Extrabucks for the last quarter so you may find that you receive a larger Extrabucks coupon than expected! I was happy to see that my quarterly Extrabucks total is $15.00!

If you are unfamiliar with the quarterly Extrabucks, here's how it works. Earn 2% back in ExtraBucks Rewards from your everyday purchases. In addition, if you fill 10 prescriptions, you'll earn $5 ExtraBucks Rewards when you join ExtraCare Pharmacy & Health Rewards. For all the details, see the CVS website.



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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 1, 2013

    Cushion critter, CVS takes most competitors prescription transfer coupons, so you can still get the $25 CVS gift card and the ECB credits when you transfer scripts to them.

    The HT deal was great but since you can only do it once, most of use (who did it on one of the previous offers) didn't qualify for the most recent offer because we were already pharmacy customers.

  • cushioncritter Jan 1, 2013

    The $5 Extrabucks CVS is offering doesn't quite measure up to the (now ended) $200 in free groceries Harris Teeter had for new and refilled prescriptions. I managed to get $160 in free groceries out of this deal. Kmart was also offering $25 in points for 1 prescription.

    Make sure to check the generic list for your pharmacy for items you are buying OTC that are also available prescribed such as multivitamins and Folic Acid. This is a good way to max out prescription deals by getting some of these "prescribed". During an inpatient stay in the hospital you might even be given some of the OTC meds that your primary prescriber knows about.

    As part of healthcare reform, you now need to bring your prescribed meds to the ER and other outpatient settings as Medicare will not pay for them again (I have this in writing off the website so don't accuse me of making this up).