Originally Posted by TXboxGuY
I'm reluctant to even try this. Isn't it dependent on the cashier NOT closely looking at the coupon where there is a blank box to fill out for the price of a 12 - pack. The coupons clearly list 12 PACK -- singular while you hand them over 6 coupons (per twelve 12 PACKS). I know everyone is saying they "automatically" scan and deduct $4.99 from your purchase.
If the 5 for $10 is true then it would be even MORE conspicuous when you hand them 6 coupons with a cart full of FIFTEEN 12 packS.
You do separate transactions of 4 packs each. 4 packs, hand one coupon, then a second. If/when it works, you do another set of 4. the coupon WILL deduct 4.99 from the total, it just depends if the cashier calls a manager to correct the sale or not... which did not happen to me.
Also. I did separate transactions like I said - but all in all I ended up handing them 13 coupons for 3 carts full of 28 12 packs. They didnt even blink an eye. They actually gave me their last CVS Cash Card when I did the first 3 sets, and with the second set, very politely asked me to go get a regular CVS gift card so they could give me my other $10 card.
I actually cleaned them out of 12 packs at like 16 or 20, that were in one area...and the store manager directed me to where more 12 packs were and pointed to a stack of like 20 more and asked "Will this be enough? Because there is another stack over there."
They didnt even question me at all. One lady behind me asked what I was doing and before I could answer, the cashier said "We have a sale going, and he has some really awesome coupons."
So... the stars may have been aligned on this one for me, but everything pretty much worked out as perfect as it possibly could. No trouble at all.