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CVS Corporate Coupon Policy

One of the most important things that you can do to ensure that you are a “Hip” CVS shopper is to familiarize yourself with the CVS Coupon Policy. I recommend that you print a copy of this policy and bring it with you while you shop. If any issues arise, this Coupon Policy should definitely help clear things up!

Getting Started…


The first step to take before you can even begin shopping at CVS is to either go in the store or online here and fill out the Extra Care membership form. Once you become a member, you’ll get your very own Extra Care Card. The benefit of going in the store is you will be able to get the card immediately. If you apply online, you’ll have to wait two weeks for your card to arrive in the mail.

Having an Extra Care Card will allow you to score all the sale prices and promotional ExtraBucks offers! Always make sure to have your card scanned FIRST–before the cashier rings up your purchases. That way you will get the correct sale price and/or Extra Care Buck rewards.

PLUS – be sure to download the FREE CVS App to your smartphone and then you can easily scan and save your CVS Extra Care card, request a prescription refill, view the myWeekly Ad, and more straight from your mobile device.

The ExtraCare Rewards Program

ExtraBucks Rewards (or EB’s) are CVS rewards that will give you money back to spend in the store however you want (a few exclusions apply). Always remember to have the cashier scan your Extra Care card first so you never miss out on getting ExtraBucks when making purchases!

Every week, there will be ExtraBuck deals advertised in the weekly ad. Basically you will have to purchase a select product, and then, after purchasing the item, you will get a certain amount of ExtraBucks Rewards back. The ExtraBucks will come in the form of a coupon at the end of your receipt (like pictured above).

These ExtraBuck items will come with different limits as stated in the weekly ad. Some items may have a limit of one reward per card… other items may give you two or more rewards. Sometimes there will even be FREE after ExtraBuck items advertised (see above!)! This means that you will buy an item for a certain amount and then get that same amount back after purchasing the item in the form of ExtraBucks Rewards! And even sweeter, if you have a manufacturer coupon to use on the free-after-ExtraBuck item, then you’ll turn this deal into a moneymaker! 🙂

You will also earn 2% cash back in the form of ExtraBucks on every purchase in-store and online. Every three months these ExtraBucks will print out at the end of your receipt. If you are a really great CVS shopper (which means you spend very little out of pocket), this amount won’t be too much…BUT every little bit helps and it’s like scoring FREE money on items you would have purchased anyway! You can also earn one ExtraBucks Reward for every two prescriptions purchased in-store or online.

Also, whenever you sign up for the CVS Beauty Club and spend $50 on qualifying beauty purchases, you’ll automatically receive a FREE $5 ExtraBucks after checkout! You’ll also receive a 10% off Beauty Shopping pass after enrollment, a $3 ExtraBuck on your Birthday, exclusive coupons, and more!

Rolling ExtraBucks Rewards

Once you start getting the hang of CVS, you’ll be able to “roll” your ExtraBucks! This means that you’ll be able to purchase new ExtraBuck deals on a regular basis while using or “rolling” the ExtraBucks earned from previous weeks to purchase them! And that means, you’ll be spending little to NO money out of pocket OR possibly making money, especially if you stack manufacturer coupons on top of the ExtraBuck deals!

Here’s an example:
CVS has Suave Shampoo on sale for $1, and it will generate a $1 ExtraBuck Reward (EB) after purchasing one. Plus, you have a $0.50/1 manufacturer coupon. You’ll end up only paying $0.50 out of pocket, but then you’ll get back a $1 ExtraBuck — netting you a $0.50 profit for purchasing Suave! This extra money earned can go towards much needed items like diapers and milk!

Stacking CVS + Manufacturer’s Coupons

Always before starting your shopping trip, be sure to scan your CVS card at the red Magic Coupon Machine (usually found at the front of the store) to see what CVS store coupons print for out that you can also combine with manufacturer’s coupons for some great deals! Also, be sure to check your receipt after making a purchase as sometimes you’ll receive store coupons along with your ExtraBucks.

If you’re signed up to receive CVS emails, they often send exclusive store coupons that can be used before any manufacturer coupons to lower your out-of-pocket expense (these are usually $3 off $15, $4 off $20, $5 off $25 purchase store coupons). Make sure to sign up for email updates when you register for your Extra Care card and you just may get one of these coupons in your Inbox soon!

Once you’re ready to checkout, put your coupons in this order: $4 off $20 store coupon (or any other money-off store coupon), CVS store product coupons, manufacturer coupons and finally ExtraBucks.

Also, did you know that you could also print your ExtraBucks online (will print same ones as in store)? Head on over here and log into (or register) to print your EB Rewards.

CVS Advisor Panel

If you’re a regular CVS shopper, be sure to sign up for their FREE program called the CVS Advisor Panel. Just sign up to become a member of this panel and CVS will email you online surveys and research studies throughout the year to gather your input about CVS stores, products and services. Complete the surveys and you will snag printable CVS ExtraBucks typically valued from $5 to $15!

Other Helpful Information

If you have an issue with a cashier, ask to speak with the store manager. If you are unable to resolve the issue with the manager, note the manager’s name and the time the incident occurred and then call Customer Service. The phone number is 1-800-SHOP-CVS or 1-800-746-7287 or you can click here to send an email.

Have you ever had moments when you're either out of time or out of printer ink, or both, and you really want to keep track of a "Hip" deal or print a valuable coupon in the next day or two? Or what do you do when an outstanding, but pricey, deal is posted and you want to save it for discussion with your significant other? Well, now you're in luck! No more searching through pages of posts to find the coupon or the deal. Simply move the post to your Hip List and access it at your convenience.

How Does the Hip List Work?

It's easy! To use this feature, first head on over here and register and log into your account. Whenever you find a great deal that you want to come back to later at a later time, just click on the HIP List icon located on each post (see images below) and the information will be saved in your account. To remove a post from your HIP List, just click on the HIP List icon and it will be removed.

When logged into your account, you will see the HIP List icon at the bottom of every post if you are viewing in classic view.

If you prefer to view in river view, you will see the HIP List icon located on every post above the post title and to the right.

If you're wanting to print a certain deal, blog post, or the Weekly Store Matchups from your HIP list, click on the small blue printer icon in the upper right corner of the HIP list. This will allow you to customize the information that you want or don't want to include when printing from your HIP list so you're only printing the information that's most important to you! If there are deals (or portions of deals) that you are not interested in printing, just click on the red x button to remove them. To restore a section, click on the green arrow icon in the upper right hand corner.