How To Get CVS Coupons

by Scott Krohn ; Updated July 27, 2017

CVS offers its customers a number of ways to get coupons before, during and after shopping. The coupons can be found online, at in-store kiosks and on receipts from a previous purchase.

ExtraCare Rewards

To maximize savings at CVS, customers can sign up for the ExtraCare Rewards program, which generates ExtraSavings coupons based on previous purchases. The rewards program also gives customers ExtraBucks Rewards based on accumulated purchases, the number of prescriptions that have been filled and purchases of designated items. ExtraBucks can be used storewide for the purchase of qualifying products.


  • Singing up for ExtraCare Rewards can be done in a CVS store and online.

The ExtraCare Coupon Center

Customers can stop at the ExtraCare Coupon Center, an in-store kiosk that dispenses product-specific coupons. ExtraCare members can scan their card or enter the phone number on file to receive ExtraSavings coupons and ExtraBucks based on previous purchases. The center can also be used to check prices and track coupons that have been downloaded to the ExtraCare card.

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The CVS Website

Customers can find coupons for online and in-store purchases on the CVS website. For online purchases, customers are given a coupon code that can be entered when checking out. The website also features weekly sales and discounts for selected products.

Coupons via App and Email

ExtraCare members who register their card and sign up for emails receive coupons, discounts and weekly sales in their inbox. CVS also offers a free smartphone app that can be linked to customers’ ExtraCare cards for exclusive deals, coupons and discounts for in-store and online purchases.


  • As of 2015, CVS offers customers $3 in ExtraBucks for downloading the app.

In-store Coupons

CVS also makes coupons available throughout their stores. Coupons can be dispensed by machines, attached to products or torn off from pads located near the areas where the related products are displayed.

About the Author

After working for 21 years as a licensed adviser specializing in corporate and private finance, Scott Krohn began his writing career in 2008 covering a variety of topics including business, personal finance, health, and IT. He graduated from Cal State University, Long Beach with Bachelor of Arts degree.

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