Coupon enthusiasts, take note: CVS has recently updated its coupon policy. While it would be a good idea to go to CVS.com and read over the content of the updated policy in full (and an even better idea to print it out for handy reference), here are a few key points of the updated CVS coupon policy that you will probably want to take note of:
- You are now allowed to combine Buy One, Get One Free (B1G1F) promotions on a single sale. To illustrate: if there is an item on sale for $2 B1G1F, and you have a B1G1F manufacturer coupon, you can now get both items for FREE.
- You are now allowed to combine two coupons on a B1G1F item purchase so long as the total value of the coupons you are using is not more than the total value of the item that you are purchasing. To illustrate: if you have a coupon for $2 off of an item, and another coupon for $5 off the same item, these coupons could be combined if the item cost $7 or more; if the item cost less than $7, you would not be allowed to combine these coupons.
- You are now allowed to use more than one coupon for dollars off the transaction in the same transaction if both of the coupons apply to that transaction. To illustrate: if you have two dollar off transaction coupons for $3 off a $15 purchase, both may be used if your purchase is over $30.