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CVS Coupon Policy

Can I have more than one Extra Care Card?
No, but another member of your house can have one.  Just remember that EBs can only be used with their specific card, so you need to make sure to keep them separate if you maintain more than one card.  Also, some deals are limited to one per household.
What kinds of Coupons does CVS accept?
*Store coupons, including CRTs and in-ad coupons
*Manufacturer coupons, including printable coupons
*Competitor Rx coupons, i.e. a Walgreens coupon for a $25 Gift Card for a transferred Rx can be used at the CVS pharmacy counter
*Extra Bucks (EBs) – You are allowed one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per item.  EBs are NOT considered a store coupon and may be redeemed just like a gift card, and you can use as many as your purchase total will allow per transaction.
Can I use two manufacturer or store coupons on an item that is BOGO?
Yes!  If an item is on sale “Buy one get one free” you may use two dollar-off coupons.  You may also use a manufacturer’s B1/1F coupon on top of the CVS B1/1F offer and you would receive both items free, and just pay applicable sales tax.
Does CVS allow overage?
No.  If you purchase an item that rings up at $1.00 and you have a coupon for $1.25 off, the coupon will be adjusted down to $1.00
What if I lose my Extra Bucks or they expire?
Treat your Extra Bucks like cash! If they get lost CVS will not replace them, nor will they accept expired Extra Bucks.