I just wanted to mention again that it’s a good idea to take a print-out of this online ad with when you go to CVS to get the great Pampers deal this week. I attempted to get the deal yesterday and no ECBs printed for me. However, since it’s clearly advertised on the CVS web-site, stores should honor the deal. I plan on bringing the ad with me next time!
Here’s my update on the update: The ad has been removed from the CVS web-site for the time being and is no longer valid as of 10 a.m. today. However, I called the CVS 800 number and explained that I had purchased a pack of Pampers yesterday and did not receive my ECBs. They took all of my information and will issue $5 ECBs for me.
Apparently, they are working to fix the problem (some of the UPC codes were not working) and hope to have the deal back up by the end of the week. Whether or not they will is yet to be seen.
If you already printed the ad, you can still try to take it into a CVS and ask if you can do the deal. It will depend on the store manager whether they will or not–but I say it’s worth a try!
I went tonight and as long as you have a printout they will let you have the deal.
We had 2 printouts so we were able to get 3 packs for 8.99 (I am not sure how they did it), but all I can say is that it worked for us.
Kaley…thank you so much.
Natalie Briggs says
My CVS gave the 5 ECBs with no questions yesterday. I only received them on one package but figured that was how it usually worked anyways. I made two transactions and paid only approx. $16 oop for three packs of Pampers, Swiffer refills, Febreeze Air effects, 2 Dawn soaps and gallon of milk.
I called CVS today too and they told me that the ECB would be printed the next time I went into a store, provided that I wait at least 48 hours. I knew that it seemed too good to be true- there were not enough disclaimers on the on-line notice! Thanks for the update.