In VA. Please explain, what is this?
I'm not sure what you're asking, exactly, but I'll try to explain it as best I can. I've done this three times already.
Start out by grabbing 4 12-packs of Coke products and bring them up to the register along with your CVS rewards card, and MCR coupons if you have them (if you don't have these coupons, then the whole discussion is moot, anyway). When they scan the CVS card and ring up your 4 12-packs, hand them one of your coupons, let them scan it, and then hand them another coupon, and let them scan that one, too. Don't offer any more coupons.
See, at CVS, the register will *automatically* scan the coupon as a $4.99 discount, and if the cashier doesn't really investigate things, you can get the 4 12-packs for a sum total of 2 of the MCR coupons, $.02 out of your pocket, and whatever applicable tax and/or deposit your particular area of the country has.
Example: tonight I went to a different CVS and bought 8 more 12-packs using only 4 MCR coupons, and paid the applicable deposit and $.08. I'm basically getting two-for-one on my coupons, which are free 12-packs to begin with!
Here's another extra bonus: if you do this three times (if you buy a total of 12 12-packs), CVS will spit out a receipt for a free $10 CVS gift card which you can then redeem and use on the spot for whatever you want!
So here's how it worked for me: so far I've gotten 12 12-packs and a $10 CVS gift card, and I've spent a sum total of 6 of my MCR coupons, and $14.64 in cash, of which I'll get back $14.40 in MI deposit return when the cans are returned.
That's a pretty good deal where I'm from. I'm going to continue to try to get more later this week. The $10 CVS gift card pops out when you spend $30 on selected items at CVS, and Coke products are selected items.
Does that help you understand a bit better? The problem with drawing attention is that management might start to get too curious about what's going on when they end up owing *you* for getting your stuff there...that's why you don't want to shake the tree, so to speak.