CVS Pharmacy is one of the most popular providers of medical services and products in the United States. Its parent company, CVS Health, ranked 5th on the Fortune 500 list and 13th on the Fortune Global 500 list in 2020. CVS certainly enjoys considerable success in the US and worldwide.
With that said, shopping for vitamins and medicine can be very costly in the long term. Fortunately, CVS offers a bunch of ways for you to save money.
First up, as the title of this post suggests, you can get extra vitamins for free with CVS. For eligible products, you buy one vitamin product and get an extra one for free.
The promotion varies from vitamin to vitamin and isn’t always available – we recommend that you check the CVS Deals webpage for up-to-date details.
Aside from the “buy one, get another one for free” deal, CVS offers beefy discounts with large purchases. For some perspective, here are the deals that were available as of this post’s writing:
- Buy 1, get 50% off for CVS Health Maximum Strength Urinary Pain Relief Tablets.
- Buy 4, get 1 for free for TUMS Antacid Chewable Tablets for Heartburn Relief.
- Discounted prices for products like Mucinex Sinus-Max or CVS Health Caffeine Tablets.
The deals may change as time goes on, so keep an eye on the CVS promotions webpage to catch the latest discounts.
There are other ways to save money with CVS as well. If you become a member of CVS CarePass ($5 per month or $48 per year), you will get access to free shipping, around-the-clock pharmacist helpline, 20% off on eligible CVS Health products, and more.
You get free shipping for all purchases above $35, by the way, but CarePass lets you save on shipping no matter how much you are spending.
CVS launched CarePass in 2019 to provide customers with a simple alternative to the ExtraCare rewards program.
Speaking of ExtraCare, this is yet another way of saving money with CVS. ExtraCare members get cash rewards in the form of ExtraBucks, ExtraCare coupons, exclusive deals, and more.