Sunday, August 23, 2009

CVS: FREE Reese's Peanut Butter Cups!


You can snag FREE Reese's Peanut Butter Cups at CVS this week. They're on sale for just $0.50 each (limit 4 per transaction) and you can use the $0.55/1 coupon from today's 8/23SS to get them FREE! Please note the coupon will beep and have to be adjusted down. If you don't want to deal with the beepage, then purchase 4 for a total of $2 and use 3 $0.55 coupons. Your final cost will only be $0.35 total, just $0.12 each!

UPDATE: According to Tori, a reader, the $0.55/1 coupon will NOT beep, so you'll be able to score a litte overage too! Plus, you can buy 2 and use the buy one get one free coupon from the 8/23SS and the $0.55/1 coupon to score 2 Reese's Peanut Butter Cups for FREE!

(Thanks, WhoSaidNothinginLifeisFree!)

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8 comments:

Abby said...

I do not remember seeing this coupon in my paper today! I just clipped them too.

Tori said...

Pair that with the BOGO Free any reeses item and you fet two for free. Plus if you use the .55 off first it won't beep, so you get .05 overage. It worked for me today.

Jen said...

I used the B1G1 today at CVS to buy the peanut butter cups and they took off .89 cents each. I am guessing because my card was not scanned until the end of the transaction since I was still digging for it at the bottom of my purse. So I actually made .39 per treat!

Hip2Save said...

Abby,
This was a regional coupon, so not all areas received it.

Tori,
Thanks for the info! I just updated the post.

momma-lana said...

If you live near Bi-lo grocery stores they have the 8 ct snack pack on sale for 1.25. The 55/1 will double making to 15 cents.

Shannon (Coupon Mommy Of 2) said...

I also did the same thing that Tori did.

Pair that with the BOGO Free any reeses item and you fet two for free. Plus if you use the .55 off first it won't beep, so you get .05overage. It worked for me yesterday.

~Mo~ said...

ah, darn, I didn't that coupon, and I love these too!

Ashley B said...

just tried going to CVS. used the0.55 off one first then later tried using the B1G1 at end of transaction and the guy said it wouldn't accept it, it said does not meet quantity or something...he said maybe because I had so many coupons. Has anyone heard of a coupon limit? I thought on a B1G1 coupon you can't use another say 0.55 off one coupon? oh well I just got one for free, maybe try another tomorrow since I have more 0.55 coupons.