Hot Deal At CVS – Score $50 Extracare Bucks With Re-loadable Cards Now Through 11/27/13 – Regional

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I was excited to see this deal in my new CVS weekly ad. Check yours to see if you your stores have it as well.

The Deal

All I had to do was go to CVS and buy one of these Paypal re-loadable cards for $4.95 and load at least $150 onto it and I received a $50 Extracare reward to spend in CVS!

The Bottom Line

Not to bad, essentially got $45 free to use at CVS by doing this deal ($50-$4.95.) $45 can buy a lot of good stuff at CVS! Happy Shopping!

The Fine Print

Offer limit of 1 per household with card.
Your extrabucks® rewards will print as a coupon on your receipt immediately following your qualifying purchase(s).
Terms, fees and conditions may apply.
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  1. Can you use the $50 Extrabucks reward to buy Visa gift cards, Moneypaks, Paypal My Cash cards, or VRs at CVS?

  2. I wish we could use the Extrabucks to buy another giftcard… Oh well there is a ton of free stuff this week to roll the $50 with!

  3. Actually allows two per household. At least it did for me. After you get it, look at the bottom of the receipt to see if it shows 1 available and 1 still to go (to max at $300).

  4. My local CVS does not allow cards to be used to by cards
    I have to pay cash
    Perhaps worth it still to get 100$ off on 300$?

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