Here’s a game whereas you get lots and lots of freebies each week on household products such as shampoo, toothpaste, batteries, etc at no cost. Sometimes, the items in bulk might cost you a dollar or two or you might even make money from your trip. This is how some people are able to stock their house full of everyday products for free.
CVS store has a program called Extra Care Bucks (ECB). You get ECB whenever you buy or complete their promotions. You will also get coupons at the bottom of the receipt-or Cash Register Tape (CRT).
CVS not only will take manufacturer’s printable coupons, but their own CVS coupons you can stack on top of that. This will make items really cheap or free.
Normally, you can print manufacturer’s coupons online, and managers will never ask their validity. They are most lenient in most cases. Coupons can be used on clearance items.
Some of their coupons include say $5 off 20, hence you must meet the $20 requirement to get $5 off. CVS’ coupons are can be found by mail, online, booklets, instore, or by email. For manufacturers’ coupons, they are in newspaper, online, postal mail, etc.
How you join the program? Simply stop by your local CVS store, and fill in a membership application or online here. It’s free to join, and you will be able to use the card right away. To check your ECB account, visit cvs.com and create a new account.
Okay hustler..how does it work? Once you have you card, check sites like slickdeals.net, go to their member forum, and you will see update on freebies each week on CVS items.
In order to get your items free, you must combine with these coupons, and find manufacturer’s coupons with the products you are looking for:
Here are some threads for more methods and info on weekly freebies: