Whether it’s a deal on laundry detergent, body wash or other daily essentials, CVS is at the top of every bargain lover’s list. No matter what day it is, the pharmacy is stacked with solid discount finds. On top of the daily savings, with the current CVS buy one, get one free sale on select immunity support products and more, the savings really start to add up at check-out.
Starting today September 27th until October 3rd, 2020, CVS is back with an even better BOGO free sale. If you add two of the same select vitamins and supplements from the sale, you’ll get one of them for FREE. Plus, many other health and wellness items are also BOGO 50% off at the same time.
While the promotion is going on online and in-stores, you only have a week to take advantage of this offer. This is a good time to start stocking up on your go-to tablets, or perhaps it’s time to schedule a virtual doctor visit to see if you need any updates to your regimen. Ahead is just a sampling of all the great products that qualify for this new BOGO Free sale:
Sundown Naturals Melatonin Capsules – Sale: BOGO free or $11.75 each | Reg. Price: $23.49 each
CVS Health Probiotic Softgels, 30CT – Sale: BOGO free or $10.25 | Reg. Price: $20.49 each
CVS Health Probiotic Softgels, 60CT – Sale: BOGO free or $10.75 | Reg. Price: $21.49 each
Nature Made Prenatal Multivitamin – Sale: BOGO free or $15.75 each | Regular Price: $31.49 each
To make things extra easy and ensure you’re getting the most out of the BOGO free sale, we included some smart shopping tips below. Get your scroll on and save.
Slick Tips for Shopping CVS BOGO Free Vitamin Sale
Use the filters.
When it comes to vitamins, there’s a strong chance you know exactly what you’re looking for. From sleep aids like the Sundown Naturals Melatonin Capsules to an array of multivitamins, CVS has it all as part of the BOGO sale.
However, it can be easy to get overwhelmed by all the different options, so don’t forget that CVS allows you to easily filter things out. You can either use the “shop by category” option at the top or get more specific by choosing to see items based on price, reviews, health concern, and so much more. Don’t waste time clicking page after page, this is a great CVS site feature all customers should use.
Consider the CVS CarePass.
If you don’t have the CVS CarePass, this BOGO free sale might be the boost you’ve needed all along. The CarePASS is a paid membership program that costs $5 per month, or only $4, if you opt for the upfront $48 fee for an annual subscription.
As a member, you’ll receive a $10 instant reward each month, which more than makes the aforementioned monthly charges worth it — especially if you’re thinking about going all out on the CVS Health Ultrasonic Humidifier Soothing Cool Mist, which also on sale as BOGO 50% off when you purchase two (which is still a great deal to save on more than one humidifier for multiple bedrooms or rooms).
For those who want to use their reward towards the sale, act fast as it takes up to 72 hours for the $10 promo to show up in your account. Ahead, you can follow a step-by-step guide on how to sign up.
- Go to CVS CarePass.
- Enter your ZIP code. (This program may not be available in all areas)
- Sign in or create a CVS account.
- If you don’t already have a CVS account, you’ll need to sign up for the CVS ExtraCare card for free.
- Select your payment option.
- Enjoy a $10 promo reward every month
- You’ll see your first $10 reward in your CVS account within minutes (although CVS notes that it may take 48–72 hours for it to appear). This reward can then be instantly applied to your order.
Check out the price per tablet.
At CVS, it’s clear that the more you buy, the more you’ll save. Don’t just look at the overall item price, take a glance at the price per tablet in smaller numbers below.
For instance, the 30-Count CVS Health Probiotic Softgels are originally $20.49 or $.68 cents a tablet, but for only a dollar more, you can get a similar 60-Count pack dropping the table price down to merely $.36 cents. Keep this in mind as the lower-priced items aren’t always the best deals.
See if it is FSA-reimbursable
Depending on what you’re taking, some vitamins and supplements may be eligible for an FSA reimbursement. Also, pregnant women are reportedly able to save more on prenatal vitamins with a letter from their doctor. Click over to the FSAstore.com for a list of qualifying products and be sure to always run any purchases you may be considering by your doctor first.
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