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- January 22, 2008 at 6:14 pm #255336Guest
Now, you're 1/2way to $10 ECB for the Pepsi. Spend $20 on Pepsi, get $10 ECB.
What happens is you'll soon stop spending money out of pcket at CVS. You'll use the ECB that you have to buy products that give you more ECB back.On Jan 25, 2008 8:16 PM, Gwyn Grega <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
After reading the post on the M&M's, I decided to stop at CVS tonight,
and try it out. I didn't have a CVS card, as i hardly go in there, sothey required me to fill out an application. After asking them to
explain the program to me, they also stated that the reciept they give
me, which has your bucks coupon on the bottom, has to be used by theperson the card belongs to. I can't give it to my mom, and she use
another CVS card. Needless to say, I did get the “green” M&M's BOGO,
for $3.49 (for 2) then got $3.00 for each “2” to use on a futurepurchase. I bought three deals. So i got a $9.00 coupon, So the
saving's isn't instant, because I had to pay $11.81 for the M&M's.
Although, I just turned around and went back and purchased 3 – 12packs of pepsi, at 3 for $10.00 and paid $1.07 ( i think )it was a
little aggrivating, but it was worth it.
> You can always use two or three different CVS cards. Here theydon't even
> require you fill out the application.
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