Score $10 Off Your Next CVS Purchase

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It’s been nearly a year since CVS Pharmacy rolled out CVS Express — its free curbside pickup service — allowing customers to place an order online or via its app, and then pick it up at the store, without ever having to leave their car.

CVS Express saves you from wandering up and down store aisles trying to locate an item on your list before you test your luck trying to get into the quickest checkout line.

In an effort to lure you in, CVS is now offering first-time curbside pickup users a coupon for $10 off their first curbside order of $15 or more.

First, find out if your CVS offers CVS Express services. If it does, you can use coupon code CVSSEM1015 at checkout — using CVS.com or the mobile app — to get the $10 off discount. The offer expires May 1.

It’s easy to save money at CVS. Using the Rhode Island-based drugstore chain’s rewards program, in combination with coupons and sales events, allows you to stack discounts and save big bucks.

For tips on how you can save some green while shopping at the drugstore chain, check out “8 Steps to Save Big at CVS.”

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