Now through March 15 you can double your loyalty rewards at CVS, leading to some amazing discounts.

The doubling program will give you 4% back on many CVS/Pharmacy branded items (instead of 2%), and you will get 2 ExtraBucks for every two prescriptions purchased (instead of 1).

Here's how to get the benefits:
1. Sign up for CVS' ExtraBucks loyalty program. If you are already signed up, skip to the next step. Once you sign up, buying certain items in the store earn you "ExtraBucks," which show up at the bottom of your receipt once a quarter and can be used towards future purchases.

2. Enter the number on your CVS loyalty card on the CVS Double ExtraBucks page.

3. If you are already an ExtraCare member but are not able to sign up for Double Bucks online, print this coupon and take it with you to the store.

You are ready to earn double ExtraBucks!

A note about redeeming ExtraBucks: the rewards accumulate automatically and show up once a quarter on your first purchase during the month of January, April, July, and October. If you lose your quarterly rewards receipt, go to CVS.com and re-print your Extra Bucks, as long as they have not expired or been redeemed. So for this promotion you will see your double rewards show up on your first receipt after April 1.

Caveats: The 4% discount on CVS brand items excludes alcohol, gift cards, money orders, prescriptions, postage stamps, pre-paid cards, tobacco products or items reimbursed by a government program. Extra Bucks will not be rewarded retro-actively.

This promotion does not apply to circular Extra Bucks. Rewards are not earned for pharmacy items paid for in whole or in part by state and/or federal health care programs. This includes programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and TriCare. Not valid on prescriptions purchased in NJ or NY.

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Betty Ackroyd

go to cvs all yhe time

September 16 2012 at 10:11 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply