CVS Extra Care Bucks AKA ECB's

What is an Extracare Buck? 

Extracare Buck=a reward that prints at the bottom of your receipt after buying a promotional/advertised item at CVS. Items with extracare bucks are often listed in the weekly ad, though not always and most have a tag in the store located on or near the shelf the item is located with all the information on how many you have to buy to receive the item and the amount of extracare bucks you will receive for doing so.

What are the Facts on Extracare Bucks(also known as ECBs)? 

Unlike the similar Register Reward, there isn't much you can't use an extracare buck on. There are a few exclusions that are included on each and every extracare buck in the fine print at the bottom.

They include:

~Gift Cards
~Money Orders
~Postage Stamps
~Pre-Paid Money Cards
~Tobacco Products

Beyond this you can use any combination of extracare bucks to pay for ANYTHING in the store, from our coupon deals to things you may just need. Also, extracare bucks can be adjusted down, if you are a few cents shy and don't want to add anything to your total, CVS can adjust it down.

Extracare bucks can be combined with both manufacturer coupons and CVS coupons, including a X/XX(Or amount off your total purchase) coupon for maximum savings.

ExtraCare Bucks also don't expire for 30 days, so if you don't see something to "roll" it onto, don't fret, there will most likely be another deal a week or two after! To "roll" an extracare buck means to use it to pay on another advertised deal that has an extracare buck offer attached to it and receive that extracare buck after you pay. Thereby rolling the old extracare buck into a new one. If the limit is more than one, you can roll one extracare buck into another for the same item, it isn't prohibited, and another extracare buck will print!

Important Points to Remember:

~If your extracare buck does NOT print at the bottom of your receipt after your purchase, talk over the purchase with your cashier, check the product against the one in the advertisement and if you and the cashier know for sure you bought the correct product, ask for a force print. This gives you an extracare buck that does not necessarily list that item, but will have an apology printed on it for the missed extracare buck. You can use these the same as any other extracare buck.
~If you've lost an extracare buck, you're not likely to have it reprinted. It's a one time print and CVS Corporate has never(to my knowledge) reprinted an extracare buck.
~Always give your CVS coupons and extracare bucks first, then your manufacturer coupons to take advantage of the most savings.

Thanks. jleodard2004