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Old 10-09-2012, 01:26 PM
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Quote from SlickJedi View Post :
Did CVS reverse their policy about not taking competitor coupons or is it at the discretion of the store to accept them or not?
From cvs.com [cvs.com]

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Q. What types of pharmacy coupons do you accept?

A. Here are guidelines surrounding pharmacy coupons:

CVS/pharmacy does accept competitor coupon and transfer offers; however, matching or providing incentive for an automatic refill program is strictly prohibited. It is against CVS/pharmacy policy to accept this type of competitor coupon for enrollment in ReadyFill®.

Coupon offers are not valid and must not be honored for prescriptions paid for in whole or in part by state and or federal health care programs. These programs include Medicare, Medicaid and TriCare.

Coupons also are void where prohibited by law. Coupon offers are not valid for prescriptions purchased in the states of AL, NJ and NY, and on any prescription for a controlled dangerous substance in the states of HI and LA.

The gift card received from a coupon offer cannot be used to pay for the same purchase but can be used for future purchases.

CVS/pharmacy will not accept offers printed from unauthorized internet postings, copies or facsimiles of any offer. The original valid coupon must be presented at the time of purchase.
Reps are back...for now. Stick Out Tongue I owe loads of gratitude to everyone that got me where I am! Read the *NEW* CVS FAQ and post your questions there. Let's keep the deal threads deal-related, please.
Would it kill you to read the wiki? Or to read the thread? All the experts got to where they are by reading...you can too.
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By the way, I read the wiki, and it didn't kill me. Big Grin
Quote from Poker Junkie View Post :
Yeah, but does your "poo" produce ECBs? LMAO