What is the CVS ExtraCare Coupon Center and How Does it Work?
The CVS ExtraCare Coupon Center
I’m sure you’ve seen it before on a trip to your local CVS: the tall red, kind of weird looking machine. That is the CVS ExtraCare Coupon Center! It’s where you can scan your ExtraCare Card (or enter the phone number linked to your card) to get CVS store coupons! These coupons can be used with manufacturer coupons to maximize your savings. Read everything you need to know about couponing at CVS here.
How Often Can I Scan My ExtraCare Card?
As often as you want! But, new coupons will be available weekly on Mondays at the coupon machine. When you scan your card for the coupons, make sure to keep scanning until the machine tells you “Hey Super Scanner! You’ve printed all your coupons”. This will ensure that you have printed all the coupons that are available to you.
Does Everyone Get the Same Coupons?
Coupons are given away randomly and based on shopping habits. Some coupons are given to everyone. It just depends. CVS resets the coupons based on your shopping habits on Monday mornings, so be sure to check back weekly! Keep in mind that you can only use each of these CVS Coupons ONCE.
Do I Have to Print the Coupons at Coupon Center?
No, you can actually print them at home or load them directly to your ExtraCare Card! If you want to see what coupons you have (before using the ExtraCare Coupon Center) these coupons can be accessed from your CVS account online or the CVS app.
Is There Anything Else I Can Do at the Coupon Center?
Yes, there is one more thing you can do with this machine. If you aren’t sure the price of an item, you can scan it at the coupon machine to find out the price.
So, now you know everything there is to know about the ExtraCare Coupon Center! Go forward and use this knowledge to get the best deals you can!
If you are new to couponing at CVS, check out my Beginner’s Guide.
Charlie is the co-founder of College Life Made Easy and author of the book 175+ Things to Do Before You Graduate College. She’s a 2015 graduate who teaches overwhelmed students and parents of students how to confidently navigate the whole college thing. As a former broke college kid, she’s passionate about helping students develop the skills they need in order to thrive (instead of just survive), stress less, and actually enjoy the full college experience.