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CVS: Free $5 e-Gift Card with Every $25 e-Gift Card Purchase (Redeemable In-Stores or Online!)

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Wow! If you are a frequent CVS shopper, then you’ll definitely want to take advantage of this limited-time offer! For every $25 worth of e-Gift Cards purchased, you will receive a $5 eGift Card completely FREE! Keep in mind that you will receive one e-Gift Card based on your total purchase (e-Gift Card purchase total is limited to $150 per single transaction). See the rewards chart below for more details…

These e-Gift Cards are redeemable for merchandise at any CVS/pharmacy location and/or online at CVS.com and there is NO expiration date! If you want to purchase the gift card for yourself, enter your own email address in the “Recipient Email” fields, and enter your own name as the recipient name. Then check “This is for myself” and complete the transaction normally.

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51 Hip Readers Commented

  • Jennifer says:

    Just an FYI—They can give you a bit of trouble when trying to use them in-store, but if they don’t know how to scan them (there’s some button they have to push to use the scanner)—then have them type the number in manually and it goes through just fine.

  • Jennifer says:

    Also, you should be able to go through ebates for an extra 3.5% off—it doesn’t seem to say on there it doesn’t include gift cards.

    • Christina says:

      The offer is thru cashstar.com which I didn’t see on ebates.com – did I miss it?

      • Jennifer says:

        Go to ebates. Click on the link to CVS- then go to the bottom of the page where it says cvs giftcards. It’s sort of small writing, so you’ll have to look for it a bit.

        That brings you to something like cvs.cashstar.xxxx

        You’ll still get the offer for the extra $, but should (hopefully) also generate the extra 3.5%.

        Can’t hurt to try anyhow.

    • jill says:

      please let us all know if you get the cash back. I had already purchased mine when I read this. I’m thinking you won’t because another window opens up when I click on cvs giftcards and not the original link from ebates. But would love to know for next time if you do get it. thanks.

  • Jami STL says:

    Totally off topic….but….anyone have a coupon code for Omaha steaks? I get things in the mail from them but all I had are expired. Thanks!!

  • Liz says:

    Does anyone know if you can use these on prescriptions?

  • rae says:

    awesome!! purchased $50 (so really $60) and am going to see how long I can roll ECBs…my goal is until next summer!

  • Chrissy says:

    I just got a mailer in the mail from my bank (Bank of the West) and CVS giving me $5 ECB on my next $5 min purchase when I use my debit card!

  • kidsallgone says:

    Here we goooooo…..whoop whoop :) :) :)

  • rae says:

    ok, it’s been 10 minutes and still no ecard – was headed out the door to CVS – anyone know how long it takes to process?

  • Elizabeth says:

    Thanks! I can always use free money at CVS!

  • Alyssa says:

    LOVE this deal! I use these to pay the “tax” that the ECBs don’t cover:)

  • I love Shoes says:

    Yes. I always do the max. An extra $30 is well worth it. It is like getting a free prescription or two.

  • jessica says:

    THANKS. i brought $150 and got $30!

  • Melissa says:

    Can you use them to purchase American express gc

    • kari says:

      i was wondering the same thing

    • dawn w says:

      No, you can’t use on preloaded cards. Mine was just delivered and the fine print is quoted below.

      “PROTECT THIS CARD AS YOU WOULD CASH!
      This card may be used just like cash toward purchases at any CVS/pharmacy®. Cannot be used to purchase money orders or prepaid cards, or as payment on a credit account. It will not be replaced or replenished if lost, stolen or used without authorization, and it is not reloadable. This gift card has no expiration date, and no dormancy or inactivity fees will be charged. It is not redeemable for cash in New Jersey, or for cash in any other state unless the state requires cash redemption. Gift card retains unused balance. Balance cannot be transferred or recharged. CardFact 25, Inc. is the card issuer and sole obligor to card owner. CardFact may delegate its issuer obligations to an assignee, without recourse. If delegated, the assignee, and not CardFact, will be sole obligor to card owner. Purchase, use or acceptance of card constitutes acceptance of these terms. Distributed through CVS/pharmacy®. For balance, visit http://www.cvs.com. For assistance Call Customer Service toll-free at 1-877-259-7078. CVS and related marks and designs are trademarks of CVS/pharmacy. ©2012 CVS/pharmacy® “

  • Valerie L. says:

    Yesssss! I have been waiting for this for so long!

  • Colleen says:

    Just bought the $150 one – can’t pass up getting the extra $30 and now I have my extra CVS “spending money” for a looooong time

  • Ashley57 says:

    I bought this last year for $50 and still have about $5 of the $60 left…trying to decide if I should do it again….

  • Jo-Ann says:

    Thanks! Also signed up for ebates based on someone’s comments — hope the 3.5% is good for this deal.

  • Karen says:

    This is the first time I have done the CVS deal I have some questions. I just purchased a $100 gift card for me and $30 for a friend for Christmas, but I did not see the box that said click here if this is for yourself. Also do they just automatically sending you the bonus gift card as I saw the promotion listed on the top of the page but nothing to fill out?

    Jo-Ann even if the 3.5% does not work. You will enjoy Ebates. Just make a habit of always going ther first before making an online purchase, places I never imagined are included like Priceline and Groupon.

    I started using in last year in October and have recieved about $300 cash back in a year. I have to laugh at the tv commercials for ebates the women that says she got $2,500 back from them in one year…most places on average give 3% although there are good deals like BlackFriday Kohls was offering 10% and just used it today for 50% rebate on Entertainment coupon books. But still I don’t see anyone getting thousands of dollars back from them unless they are spending about a quarter of million dollars shopping online.

    • Colleen says:

      I don’t think you have to click if it is for yourself – I just put my same name in the “TO” and “FROM” boxes. It should email you a copy of the gift certificate if you put down that the recipient email is your email.

      • Colleen says:

        To update my response – I just got my gift cards. The $150 one I purchased got sent to me b/c I put my TO and FROM addresses as the same. Then, the $30 one arrived in a separate email to my purchaser email address. Just print them off and you’re good to go!

  • Sandra F. says:

    Does anyone know if you can use it on giftcards like itunes. It says it exlcudes prepaid cards…

  • Andrea says:

    Totally love to get the extra CVS cash, but do as they say and guard it like it is cash! I did this the last time around and 1) I did the offer too late so I did not get the extra cash and 2) My print out fell out of the envelope and by the time I got home to take my receipts out of the envelope the remaining value was already completely spent. There’s no name check, etc. Just like cash :) Maybe it would be a reasonable safety precaution to buy multiple cards, that way if you lose one you haven’t lost the full value. Of course nobody plans on losing their card.

  • Cannielle says:

    Ask the cashier to hit the ” money card ” and then scan the barcode if u ever encounter a problem when redeeming it.

  • Carol_R says:

    Thanks Collin. I just ordered a $150 one for myself. That’s a 20% discount which is great and also a great way to keep tabs on your OOP costs.

  • Dana says:

    I have bought these in the past and no matter what store I shopt at, the cashiers always look at me like I am stealing when I try to use it. No thanks!

  • Julia M. says:

    I am so disappointed in this sale. I placed my order yesterday morning, and put all my correct information. I received an email informing me that they needed additional information. I called and was on hold for an half-hour. Then I chose to leave a voicemail (because I had to go to work), to which they did not call me back. I called early this morning, and a girl said they had to ask additional questions because I was a first time buyer. I answered the questions and she said everything was settled and fixed and I should receive a email verification in 15 minutes. In 15 minutes, I received an email that said they could not process my order with no explanation. I call the customer support line again and the lady said for “security purposes” she could not find out why they could not process this order. I asked if she could fix this, so I could receive my $100 giftcard and the extra $20. She said she could order a $100 giftcard but could not give me the extra $20!!! :( It seems like they just ran out of the extra and cancel my order for no reason!! So sad!!! :(

  • sway976 says:

    how many can u buy? and… since I am tired-just got off a plane- is there a math way to make a better deal than buying the 150.00 one? thank u sooo much guys!!

  • Stephanie says:

    Is this offer over? I ordered a $25 card earlier and did not receive a $5 one….

  • Craig says:

    Yeah, wondering the same. There is NO mention on this page about this promo at all.

  • Lady Kaycee says:

    Just called the egift card customer service and was told the promotion ended 11/29 at 5 pm.

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