CVS: DiGiorno Pizza ONLY $1.67 Each After ExtraBuck (Starting 1/15)

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If you haven’t already, head over to where you can print this Buy 2 Pizzas 10.6 oz. or larger, Get 1 FREE DiGiorno Pizzas (up to $6.70 value) coupon (GONE ๐Ÿ™ ) – expires on 2/19. Even better, starting January 15th, CVS will be offering up a $10 EB when you spend $30 on select grocery products, including DiGiorno Pizza. Plus, DiGiorno 12″ Pizzas will be on sale two for $10 or $6.29 each. Check out the deal you will be able score…


CVS Deal Idea (Starting 1/15):

Spend $30 on select Grocery Products = $10 EB (limit 1)
Deal Idea:
Buy 6 DiGiorno Pizzas 12″ 2/$10 (reg. $6.49)
Total = $30
Use two Buy 2, Get 1 FREE DiGiorno Pizzas (up to $6.70 value) coupons
Pay $20
Get back $10 EB
Final cost $10 total – just $1.67 each!

(Thanks, Courtney!)

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Comments 28

  1. JenT

    Small ones of bigger?

    • Ayo

      The 12″ pizzas are the ones on sale.

  2. Bethany

    I know most of my cvs don’t stock many of the large pizzas.

    • JenT

      This is just a hypothesis, but I’m guessing they will have more than usual in stock that week….since they’re requiring a purchase of at least four in order for someone to complete their offer requirements. So you’re right…. I never noticed more than like 10 of those pizzas in stock at my cvs either….but it wouldn’t make sense in my opinion to only have such a small quantity in stock on a week where most purchasers will be buying at least four.

      • mel

        They can only stock what they have room for in the freezer case though. I think cold items are resocked by a sep vender, the employees don’t do that section and those items are restocked based on inventory count. Unless the manager was aware of a “hot” deal ahead of time, and request a special order with the rep.

  3. stroud

    our cvs has started limiting 4 items per day per customer. its becoming more and more difficult to purchase large quantities.

    • Joe

      Then just make 2 separate visits, purchasing 3 pizzas with one B2G1 coupon per visit. Get 10 EB during 2nd visit.

      • Qgirlfriend

        You can get the ECB if you purchase them in separate visits??

        • mel

          Yes, the amount will track. . Once you hit $30, the buck will print on your receipt.

      • lmwynn

        The third pizza would most likely ring up at the $6.29 price though, because the sale is $6.29 each, or 2 for $10. The better deal is to buy all 6 in 1 transaction

        • Mel

          It comes out the same though if you split up doing 3 each b/c of the funky pricing. The only thing is you’ll go over the $30 spend requirement b/c they won’t ring up $5 each, but –
          1st transaction – $6.29 + $3.71 + $6.29 = $16.29 – $6.29 B2G1 = $10/3
          2nd transaction – will ring up the same = $16.29 – $6.29 B2G1 = $10/3
          Total $20/6, get $10 ecb
          = $10/6 making them $1.67 each

    • Jen

      My CVS limit is 2 of the same item. ๐Ÿ˜ 

  4. Jen

    They probably won’t stock enough seeing as how they have very limited stock on their sale items. ๐Ÿ˜’

    • JenT

      That’s weird. My local cvs almost always has everything I went for in stock.

  5. Tricia


    • Bethany

      Good point

    • JenT

      I don’t think rain check redemptions give EBs.

      • mel

        Yes they do. The cashier writes the offer code on the RC. Then when you redeem it, they’ll put it in the register and the EB will be force printed. But with this particular deal scenario, most stores in my area won’t write RC for large qty, 4 is the most. This is a deal that looks good on paper, but might not work out in reality for most. Best to have a backup plan, like 4 pizzas and $10 in other participating products to get the EB.

      • April

        Yes they do

  6. Becky

    I’m not finding the DiGornio’s coupon. Is there a certain zip code? Or maybe it’s gone? ๐Ÿ™

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Bummer! It appears to be gone now ๐Ÿ™ Thanks for letting us know!

  7. sjbraun

    Bought 6 just now — only issue was that my pizzas rang up 6.29 and 3.71 — and each coupon just took off 3.71 ๐Ÿ™

    • Jeanny

      I had the samething happen to me ๐Ÿ˜”

      • sjbraun

        I didn’t actually notice until I got home, but I wouldn’t have wanted to try pointing it out anyway, as the cashier was already saying she wasn’t sure she could use both coupons as they were “cracking down” on them ๐Ÿ™

    • Joye

      Mine rang up the same way but the cashier entered the coupon for the sale price which is 5$

  8. Joye

    Garrr… my cvs only had three, bought those now I’m searching for three more at another cvs! Irritating.

  9. SC


    I just went to CVS and bought the 6 pizzas with 2 BOGO coupons. THE $10ECB DIDNT PRINT! They said I “used too many coupons.” Clearly, the associates dont understand how their policy works. They refused to manually print my $10. I looked at my receipt and it says I fulfilled the deal already which is wrong! I bought sodas and the smaller pizzas last Sunday. Looks like the deal didnt reset for the new week. Anyone else having this problem? Im contacting corporate now.

    • shirley

      I bought 6 pizzas and use manufacture coupon and several extra bucks to pay. But the machine didn’t print the 10ecb for me. The clerk said I should spend 30 to get 10ecb, everything after coupon. What’s wrong with their machine? The manager have to give me the 10ecb at the end. But I will contact corporate about this.

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