Sunday, February 15, 2009

Real Live Questions

From an email...

Coupon Clipper: I have a question regarding one of the current CVS deals: get $10 ECBs when you buy $20 of Coke, Tylenol or St. Joseph's.

Now, it says that the Tylenol (40-50 count) is on sale for $6 and the Coke (12 pack) is 4/$14. So, If I get 4 12 packs of Coke and 1 Tylenol it will amount to $20 and I will get the $10 ECBs at check out. However, I have a coupon for Tylenol, which will bring the total below the $20 mark.

Does this mean I won't get the $10 ECBs? Or, is the deal "pre coupons"?

Me: You are exactly correct, the $20 worth of product is BEFORE coupons. And no matter the amount of cash that you actually spend- you will still receive all $10 in ECB's.

FYI: Tylenol is pretty good about having online printable coupons... you could try Googling Tylenol printable coupons and you may find some more!

Have fun shopping!