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CVS Carepass: $10 Instant Reward for $5 + free shipping on eligible items

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CVS offers $10 Instant Reward for Joining their Carepass Membership for $5 when you follow instructions below. Shipping is free on eligible Carepass items.
  1. Click here [cvs.com] to start your signup and sign up to join Carepass (may not be available in all areas)
  2. Enter zip code
  3. Sign in or create your CVS account
  4. If you do not have a CVS account, you will need to sign up for the ExtraCare Card (free to sign-up)
    • Note, if you had to sign up for ExtraCare card, click "continue" on confirm page
  5. Under "How would you like to pay" Select the MONTHLY Option
  6. Total will be $5 + Earn your first $10 reward in minutes (shows in your CVS account & at checkout, click "apply") + free shipping on eligible Carepass items [cvs.com] (items are marked)
    • Note: Terms [cvs.com] say it may take 48-72 hours to appear, but mine appeared instantly
CVS CarePass Membership is $5/month or $48/year ($12 savings) and you receive these benefits below...
  • A $10 Monthly Reward (automatically appears in your ExtraCare account, minimum purchase to redeem is $10) (some exclusions may apply)
  • Free Shipping on many CVS items labeled "Ships Free with CarePass"
  • 20% off CVS Health Brand Items
  • Free RX Delivery (on qualifying prescriptions)
  • & 24/7 Pharmacist Help Line
Note: Cancel anytime by calling 1-833-320-2273 or online [cvs.com] via "my account".
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Last Edited by Bargainmom702 January 1, 2020 at 11:39 PM
The $10 CarePass promotional reward may be redeemed in participating CVS locations or online at CVS.com only for the purchase of merchandise. May not be redeemed for alcohol, lottery, money orders, prescriptions and co-pays, pseudoephedrine/ephedrine products, postage stamps, prepaid cards, gift cards, newspapers and magazines, milk (where required by law or regulation), bottle deposits, bus passes, hunting and fishing licenses, any imposed governmental fees or items reimbursed by a government health plan.

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Pathetic customer service. Won't get connected to customer service good luck
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This thread you linked (in the OP) does not mention that the reward is instant (or close to instant) - and that is a big difference in my opinion. Paying $5 to get $10 at the end of the first month (or at an unknown time, or perhaps not even till the next month) is WAY different than being able to buy something right now, with free shipping, for essentially $5 off of $10.
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I guess this is fine if you buy stuff from CVS regularly, my wife got pulled into this few months ago, we have been using it here and there, I am not sure if we will end up missing any months because some of the stuff they sell is already marked up high like deodorants, soap, etc. If you can find good deals and if you can combine coupons then this can be useful to some people.
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This is tempting because I live really close to a CVS and could easily shift many purchases there. Milk and cereal alone would almost be worth it. But I wish I could spread out the $10 worth of purchases over the month and not have to spend it all at once.
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This program was really good for a bit until they recently changed it to only items that note Free w/ Carepass. I guess they lost too much money off of every shipment being free.

Still a good deal if you shop in store often.
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This program was really good for a bit until they recently changed it to only items that note Free w/ Carepass. I guess they lost too much money off of every shipment being free.

Still a good deal if you shop in store often.
I see it as a way to get free milk for one week out fo the month...and/or even cheaper movie tickets when they have their family sized GM cereals on sale for 3$ (using GMs current movie ticket offer)...but could be used for several things that one could get economically there....tide pods/detergent... toothpaste...snacks...still a free 5$ at the end of the day.
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I see it as a way to get free milk for one week out fo the month...and/or even cheaper movie tickets when they have their family sized GM cereals on sale for 3$ (using GMs current movie ticket offer)...but could be used for several things that one could get economically there....tide pods/detergent... toothpaste...snacks...still a free 5$ at the end of the day.
Technically, extra bucks exclude milk, if you read the fine print. Some store will let you use them, though.
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I really like the Carepass. We have three CVS stores within 5 miles of us and we are there quite a lot. Have not used the free shipping yet, but don't really need it.
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Technically, extra bucks exclude milk, if you read the fine print. Some store will let you use them, though.
Yea I know, technically it does, but our store let's us use them though. The system takes them for it fine.
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What am I missing here? For $48 I can get $120 in rewards over the span of the year ($10 a month)?

I have a CVS 2 blocks away so this seems like a great deal...
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They have cvs care pass for free for first month. I did it in store last week, got 10$ off and then cancelled the membership today.
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What am I missing here? For $48 I can get $120 in rewards over the span of the year ($10 a month)?

I have a CVS 2 blocks away so this seems like a great deal...
You're not missing anything. The only catch might be CVS is priced higher than discount grocers
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