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1year for 48$ or 5$ monthly to join

If you are a avid CVS shopper this membership pays for itself plus 5 more extracare bucks a month or you can pay 1 year up front and make 6 extracare bucks a month. Easy money maker for anyone who loves CVS. The benefits are below


Enjoy these great membership benefits in store and online.
And as a thank you, you'll get a $10 promo reward to spend each month.
  • Free 1–2 day shipping from CVS.com® Get deliveries — no minimum purchase required.3
  • Free 1–2 day Rx delivery on qualifying prescriptions Have your prescriptions delivered right to your mailbox.4
  • A 24/7 Pharmacist Helpline. Access to live pharmacists whenever you have an Rx question.5
  • A 20% discount on CVS Health®brand products Discount available at checkout. Some restrictions apply.6
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Boo... thought it was $5 a year, at which point I wouldn't have even blinked. At $48 per year? Not so much...
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Boo... thought it was $5 a year, at which point I wouldn't have even blinked. At $48 per year? Not so much...
should i put 48 as the price you would see?
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This is a joke. They are just banking on people missing a month or two of using free coupons. 24 hr access to pharmacist? Don't we already have that by calling the store which has a 24 hour pharmacy?

1 to 2 day shipping on items they sell that Amazon. Probably has cheaper?

Only benefit is the Rx delivery if your old and disabled
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This is a joke. They are just banking on people missing a month or two of using free coupons. 24 hr access to pharmacist? Don't we already have that by calling the store which has a 24 hour pharmacy?

1 to 2 day shipping on items they sell that Amazon. Probably has cheaper?

Only benefit is the Rx delivery if your old and disabled
Not sure I'd call it a joke, if you regularly shop CVS you can make this work for you.

Given you can 'roll' that $10 extra buck each month onto new ECB offers you are playing with $5-6 of their money. it's not for everyone but the free ship/no minimum perk is nice too given you should be able to pay for online mdse with the extra bucks and there again too, earn ECB's on given offers and ship them to anyone in the USA like family at college or out of town parents, etc.

As for the 24 hour pharmacist, I don't see that as the reason people care about joining this. strictly from a dollar and cents standpoint up to $6 in free ECBS every month isn't bad if you shop CVS regularly anyway.
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CVS can give crazy coupons because their regular prices are really high on most items. Even if the program gave you 10% off everyday (it does not), you could still find almost everything cheaper somewhere else.

The crazy coupon people will really like this program. I'll leave it to them.

You pay $5 a month for the new CVS CarePass program, but you get a $10 promo reward back every month. So, for locking yourself into a required monthly purchase, you get $5 back.

The $10 back does not stack and it must all be spent in a single purchase. The $10 coupon is good only once with no change given back. In simple terms, scan the $10 coupon on a $4 purchase and your purchase is free and the coupon is gone.

Coupons expire every month. They do not roll over, but the $5 fee is charged every month.

The store employees have a somewhat sad joke. We work here, we can't afford to buy anything here.

Employees do not get a bonus for successfully pushing the card, but the entire store will be punished for low enrollment numbers. No carrot, all stick! Be glad that you do not work there.
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too bad CVS is like 1.6x the price of other stores by default. this place is worse than big lots with overpricing.
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Not sure I'd call it a joke, if you regularly shop CVS you can make this work for you.

Given you can 'roll' that $10 extra buck each month onto new ECB offers you are playing with $5-6 of their money. it's not for everyone but the free ship/no minimum perk is nice too given you should be able to pay for online mdse with the extra bucks and there again too, earn ECB's on given offers and ship them to anyone in the USA like family at college or out of town parents, etc.

As for the 24 hour pharmacist, I don't see that as the reason people care about joining this. strictly from a dollar and cents standpoint up to $6 in free ECBS every month isn't bad if you shop CVS regularly anyway.
Yep. I got Carepass earlier in the year and go for ECB deals.

For the past couple of months, I have not set foot in the store. I shop every week online. Usually, the threshold for free shipping is $35. With Carepass you get free shipping on every order.
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CVS can give crazy coupons because their regular prices are really high on most items. Even if the program gave you 10% off everyday (it does not), you could still find almost everything cheaper somewhere else.

The crazy coupon people will really like this program. I'll leave it to them.

You pay $5 a month for the new CVS CarePass program, but you get a $10 promo reward back every month. So, for locking yourself into a required monthly purchase, you get $5 back.

The $10 back does not stack and it must all be spent in a single purchase. The $10 coupon is good only once with no change given back. In simple terms, scan the $10 coupon on a $4 purchase and your purchase is free and the coupon is gone.

Coupons expire every month. They do not roll over, but the $5 fee is charged every month.

The store employees have a somewhat sad joke. We work here, we can't afford to buy anything here.

Employees do not get a bonus for successfully pushing the card, but the entire store will be punished for low enrollment numbers. No carrot, all stick! Be glad that you do not work there.

The $10 back DOES NOT STACK with what? sure it does, you can use it in conjunction with other CVS coupons, manufacturer coupons, ECB deals (pay with ECB, earn ECB), etc. As for having to spend the whole thing at once, no one is going to buy a $4 item and pay with $10 in ECB. You have a whole month to wait for the right sale/items.

Like with any retailer, you have to know how to play their sales and deals to maximize your purchases. It's not that hard. If this program's not for you, fine, but it really is a good deal if you put a little effort into knowing how to shop at CVS.
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The $10 back DOES NOT STACK with what? sure it does, you can use it in conjunction with other CVS coupons, manufacturer coupons, ECB deals (pay with ECB, earn ECB), etc. As for having to spend the whole thing at once, no one is going to buy a $4 item and pay with $10 in ECB. You have a whole month to wait for the right sale/items.

Like with any retailer, you have to know how to play their sales and deals to maximize your purchases. It's not that hard. If this program's not for you, fine, but it really is a good deal if you put a little effort into knowing how to shop at CVS.
I agree.

We have a group of individuals who walk over on our morning break daily (exercise or just to buy something you need) and this works perfectly for me. Yes these stack with all coupons, store & mfg. Its like cash with the only caveat is that you must use it in a single transaction.
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This membership is a joke. I dont understand why people buy at CVS where everything is costly.
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This membership is a joke. I dont understand why people buy at CVS where everything is costly.
because you can stack coupons very easy
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too bad CVS is like 1.6x the price of other stores by default. this place is worse than big lots with overpricing.
Generally yes, but on alcohol, they beta major drug stores. Beer and liquor usually are like a buck or two cheaper. And during the holidays, they have those special gift packs at the same price for a bottle. I always get the Black Label bottles are like $25ish because they come with two really nice Johnny Walker glasses. Even if you wanna go cheap and get a bottle of Crown. The glasses are fantastic.
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The $10 back DOES NOT STACK with what? sure it does, you can use it in conjunction with other CVS coupons, manufacturer coupons, ECB deals (pay with ECB, earn ECB), etc. As for having to spend the whole thing at once, no one is going to buy a $4 item and pay with $10 in ECB. You have a whole month to wait for the right sale/items.

Like with any retailer, you have to know how to play their sales and deals to maximize your purchases. It's not that hard. If this program's not for you, fine, but it really is a good deal if you put a little effort into knowing how to shop at CVS.
This. If you take advantage of the coupons, ECBs, Carepass, and in-store deals you can benefit easily. I've walked out of the store with several needed name brand items virtually at no cost to myself. It's just a matter of putting in the effort which most people are either not interested or too lazy to do. To each their own Smilie
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CVS can give crazy coupons because their regular prices are really high on most items. Even if the program gave you 10% off everyday (it does not), you could still find almost everything cheaper somewhere else.

The crazy coupon people will really like this program. I'll leave it to them.

You pay $5 a month for the new CVS CarePass program, but you get a $10 promo reward back every month. So, for locking yourself into a required monthly purchase, you get $5 back.

The $10 back does not stack and it must all be spent in a single purchase. The $10 coupon is good only once with no change given back. In simple terms, scan the $10 coupon on a $4 purchase and your purchase is free and the coupon is gone.

Coupons expire every month. They do not roll over, but the $5 fee is charged every month.

The store employees have a somewhat sad joke. We work here, we can't afford to buy anything here.

Employees do not get a bonus for successfully pushing the card, but the entire store will be punished for low enrollment numbers. No carrot, all stick! Be glad that you do not work there.
I hope you are looking for somewhere else to work. No one should be so miserable at their job.
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