*HOT* $5 Theraflu Gift Card Rebate = Money Maker at CVS (Starting 12/26)

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Update – Since you cannot use coupons and get the rebate back, check out the new scenario below…

WOW!  I just wanted to give you a heads up about a *HOT* Theraflu rebate offer (starts today, 12/19!) and how you can turn it into a nice money maker at CVS (and possibly elsewhere), starting 12/26.  Hurry on over to Coupons.com and use the zip code 30303 to find a rebate offer for a FREE $5 Retailer Gift Card with the purchase of ANY one participating Theraflu product.

On the rebate form, you’ll even be able to choose from a $5 CVS, Kroger, Rite Aid, Target, Walmart, or Walgreens gift card. Wow! How cool is that!? 🙂  Please note that in the fine print on the rebate form, it states “Offer cannot be combined with any other offer, coupon or discount card” so you’ll need to do your transaction as below…

Here’s how you can score a great deal at CVS, starting 12/26


The deal is Buy 2 Theraflu Warming Relief Syrup or Caplets $4.77 each = $3 Ecb, but in order to qualify for the rebate AND get the $3 Ecb back, you’ll need to do 2 separate transactions.

Transaction #1:
Buy 1 Theraflu Warming Relief Syrup or Caplets $4.77
Pay $4.77
Submit for FREE $5 gift card found here
Final cost FREE + $0.23 money maker!

Transaction #2:
Buy 1 Theraflu Warming Relief Syrup or Caplets $4.77
Use the $3/1 coupon found in the 12/4 SS
Pay $1.77
Get back $3 Ecb
Final cost FREE + $1.23 money maker!

Also, I’m guessing this *HOT* $5 Theraflu rebate offer will allow for a money maker at Walmart, Target, Rite Aid, and possibly Walgreens or other stores so you’ll want to be sure to print the form now as it may not be around for long.  Keep in mind that you must purchase the Theraflu products between December 19th, 2011 and March 31st, 2012 to be eligible.

(Thanks, Couponaholic and Wild for CVS!)

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Comments 30

  1. elizabeth

    it says in the fine print that the rebate can’t be combined with any other offer, coupon or store discount card… so how would that work??

    • cbeths

      sorry… I must have been typing when you submitted. LOL I doubt this will work especially if you use any coupons or extra bucks when you buy it. Maybe if you just scan your cvs card it will be okay… i’m not sure that they would check every reciept to see if you used a store discount card.

      • elizabeth

        Great minds think alike!

  2. cbeths

    In the fine print in says “Offer cannot be combined
    with any other offer, coupon or discount card.” Anyone think we’ll have trouble receiveing this rebate?

  3. Ashley57

    Awesome! Thanks.

  4. savedbycoupons

    I know some places have issues giving rebates for more than what was paid. I’m guessing this will be the same.

  5. Lisa

    Looks like you won’t get the $5 gift card if you use any coupon. So it’s not a MM at all.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Sorry for the confusion! I updated the post with a new scenario! 🙂

      • luz

        cant find the rebate. where is it

  6. sammy

    i didnt no where to post this but i have a 10 dollar vs secret reward card. if anyone has an amazon gift card, ill be more than happy to exchange it with you

  7. Anna

    Well at least for Publix, the coupon will show up as “coupon $3” and so if you have a large grocery list, they will have no way of knowing what the coupon is for so it should work.

    I don’t need therflu and not worth the hassle for $4, but i’ve done those before and never worried about using coupons because they blend it with other items.

  8. Kelsey

    I think these are a little under $5 at Walmart, no coupons needed. So at least free!

  9. lizarddeals

    The form also says no “discount card”…. I think that is a CVS card, so you can’t buy the first one with your CVS card and use the receipt for a $5 gift card. No money maker here, but free meds.

  10. ppapillon

    Can we use RR to pay for them at walgreens or the ECBs to pay at CVS to get the rebate?

    • cbeths

      probably not, those are probably considered “store discount” also.

  11. Sarah

    Found these on clearance today at Publix for $3 so it was already a $2 MM for me with the MQ and PQ. I am going to risk the stamp even though my grand total for $40 worth of groceries was only $2.14 OOP. I LOVE Publix 🙂

  12. Diana

    $6.49 each here 🙁

    • Amy

      They were $6.49 at all the stores in Southern Maryland also. 🙁

      • Sandra

        Is your store flyer advertising all Theraflu items at $4.77? FYI, the theraflu items were ringing up as $6.49 in my store (Louisiana) as well, but the store flyer is advertising all theraflu items as on sale for $4.77 each. Also, the little yellow sale stickers were on the shelves for the Theraflu Warming Syrups and Theraflu Caplets and they said $4.77 each. My CVS staff told me the prices weren’t loaded in the computers correctly so they were having to manually adjust the items down to $4.77 on the register. After they did the adjustment, the ECB spit right out…but I bought 2 items in the SAME transaction. My CVS staff told me the ECB would not print if the purchases were broken into 2 seperate transactions.

  13. Lori

    Is there another Zip code for the $5 retailer coupon? I can’t find it. Thanks!

  14. edy

    The teraflu at walmart 4.24 each we have a 2dlr cpn of one or a 4dlr cpn of 2 good deal and teraflu be on sale next week at cvs and bucks good deal too!

  15. Couponkid

    I can’t seem to find the rebate, is it gone now?

  16. Patrice

    If its saying you can’t combine with any other discount when we scan our CVS cards and the price drops to $4.77 with the sale wouldn’t that disqualify us for the gift card as well?

  17. Sandra

    I have never known CVS cards to keep track of “cummulative” purchases for an extra care bucks offer. Rite Aid Wellness cards will do this, but not CVS. For a CVS extra care bucks offices, to my knowledge, all elligible items needed to trigger the ECB must be purchased in one single transaction. Therefore you could not split the purchase of the two Theraflus into to transactions, as giving in the posted scenario. I also confirmed this with my CVS staff today who have always proved to be pretty knowledgable of how their system works (and who have no problems with coupons, I might add!)

    • Rebekah Barney

      No Sandra, that’s not right. CVS cards DO keep track. I bought one Theraflu, then another right after in a separate transaction, and my ECB printed after the 2nd. Also, I do this all the time with all sorts of offers, especially when one store has very little stock so I end up going to more than one store. It always work.s

      • stephanie

        lol i have done this before too and it has also worked for me 🙂

    • Racquel

      I bought the Theraflu in 2 seperate transaction and my $3 EB spit out after the second transaction.

  18. kristy

    i cant find the rebate?

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