If you’re just getting started with CVS and you have your prescriptions elsewhere, you might want to start transferring them to CVS. If you have a coupon for a free gift card with a prescription transfer, you can use them at CVS. It doesn’t even have to be a CVS coupon. They accept competitors’ prescription coupons and give you CVS gift cards for them.
When I first started shopping at CVS, I transferred all of my prescriptions there. I did it one at a time as I had a coupon like this available. I ended up getting a lot of gift cards and getting a huge head start on my personal care stockpile. The gift cards are great, but I also get $1 in Extra Care Bucks for every 2 prescriptions that I fill or refill at CVS. So it’s an ongoing benefit to have all of my prescriptions at CVS.
In fact, you can currently print a $5 off any $25 purchase coupon HERE by watching an interactive video about the Ready Refill prescription program at CVS.
Thanks, Money Saving Methods!