It looks like CVS has updated their coupon policy to address the use of coupons with a BOGO (buy one get one free) sale. You can read the entire coupon policy here. Here are the highlights and the new additions are in red:
- Competitor coupons are not accepted at CVS.
- CVS does not currently accept bar code images displayed on a smartphone.
- The total value of the coupons may not exceed the total value of the transaction.
- CVS will not accept a percent off coupons for sale and promotional items.
- CVS will accept the coupon up to the price of the item. (The coupon will be adjusted down so there is no overage.)
- You can use one manufacturer coupon AND one CVS/pharmacy coupon per item, unless prohibited by either coupon.
- CVS will accept multiple coupons for multiple items as long as there is sufficient stock for other customers. They reserve the right to limit the amounts purchased.
- CVS accepts Internet coupons as long as they have a bar code.
- Customers can use two coupons with BOGO sales.
- Customers can use BOGO coupons with BOGO sales and get both items for free. Must pay applicable tax.
I suggest printing out the CVS coupon policy and keeping a copy in your coupon binder in case you ever need a little backup at check out!