CVS: Free Tylenol Precise!

The Tylenol Precise deal at CVS this week is even better then I posted in the match ups since there was a $2/1 coupon in this weekend’s Smart Source that I missed.  Here is your new deal to score it for Free:

Tylenol Precise $5.99
Get $2.00 ECB (limit 1)
or use $2/1 from the 9/12 SS
and use $2/1 Precise External Pain Relief @CVS printable
FREE each after coupons and ECB

(Thanks Jacqueline!)

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  • Stephanie

    I was told you could not sure a mfg coupon with a cvs mfg coupon. The coupons on cvs.com are still mfg coupons, they just have the CVS logo. Just like how some of Target’s coupons are mfg, but have a Target logo. From what I understood in my email from CVS we are not suppose to combine those 2 together. Now, if it’s just a CVS coupon and does not say Manufacturer coupon at the top, then we can use both. Have you heard of this? Maybe I talked to someone who doesn’t know the policy 🙂 Happens alot! lol

  • Stephanie

    Correction: I was told you could not USE a mfg coupon with a cvs mfg coupon

    =)

  • Lynda

    They are correct – you cannot use two manufacturer coupons together. However the coupons on cvs.com are a mixture of manufacturer and store/retailer coupons.

    The Tylenol Precise coupon is a Retailer/Store coupon. Look at it carefully when you print it. It is not a manufacturer coupon. You can only use it at CVS, not any other store. Therefore you can use it with the manufacturer coupon.

  • Lynda

    Let me rephrase – you cannot use two manufacturer coupons together on ONE item.

    But you can use a store / retailer coupon plus a manufacturer’s coupon on ONE item.

    Does that help clarify it for you?

  • Stephanie

    Yeah, I haven’t printed it yet. In the past when I do it says manufacturer at the top and cvs logo off to the side, so I wasn’t sure about this one.