Above is a picture of CVS Extra Care Bucks. They print on the bottom of your receipt.
*Request a free CVS card at the check out counter.
*CVS does not accept competitor coupons.
*Always have the cashier scan your CVS card before ringing up items.
*Always hand over your $/$$ CVS coupon first. You can find a list of $5 coupons HERE.
*You can use a CVS coupon with a manufacturer coupon.
*You can use two coupons on B1G1 items.
*CVS does offer rainchecks for sale items that are out of stock. Rainchecks do not expire.
*Look for the red CVS price scanners in your local stores. Scan your CVS card and it will print out coupons!
*What are EXTRA CARE BUCKS(ECBs)? "CVS money" printed on the bottom of your receipt. You receive them by purchasing certain products during a promotional period. Only valid at CVS.
*Do ECBs expire? Yes, the expiration date is printed on the Extra Care Buck.
*What can I purchase with ECBs? Anything in the store.
*Is there a limit on how many Extra Care Bucks I can use to pay in one transaction? No.
*What does FREE after Extra Care Bucks(ECBs) mean?
For example, the promo says buy 1 notebook at .99, Get .99 ECBs. You buy 1 notebook for .99. You will pay .99 plus tax out of pocket. However, when your receipt prints you will have a .99 ECB(CVS money) on the bottom. You can use the ECB to purchase anything else in the store before the expiration date. I save mine and use the following week.