I don’t shop at CVS much but I couldn’t pass up a good Cheerios deal, especially one that turned out better than I expected. I got an extra dollar off at the store through stacking paper coupons with a digital coupon, although I didn’t think that would happen. The $1.77 sales price ends today. I had selected a $1/2 DQ in the CVS app but I also had two coupons from Sunday’s paper that were $1/2 each. I checked out with a cashier so I blame him if I shouldn’t have gotten the extra $1. Plus an extra $1.05 Fetch reward and $0.10 Ibotta Any Brand Cereal.
$7.08 - $1 - $1 - $1 - $1.05 - $0.10 = $2.93. Bonus: Submit to Box Tops for Education for $0.40.
Okay. That took too long to format. Just trying something different trying to emulate the changes at KCL.
Most likely there was a CVS store coupon on the card that matched up as well. If a manager had to force one of the paper coupons through then they gave you one you should not have gotten. However if you look at the coupons on your CVS app or website, the ones with no photos of products are all CVS store coupons and CAN be stacked with manufacturer coupons. Even if they have MFR on them the CVS system counts them as store coupons. The ones with photos are just like the ones from CDC and work just like paper coupons. BONUS, if a coupon says you can only use one of a specific manufacturer coupon, the system will allow you to use one digital and one paper. CVS is a great place to coupon!