deals12 pack of any pepsi product for $1.50

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I should also add that if you follow the link to the coupons you will also find $1.88 M&M's and 2 for $4 Lay's chips.

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What's an ExtraCare card? You can also find the coupons by going to their homepage and there's a link to the coupons right there.

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This has to be the best price I have ever seen on Pepsi, BEST I saw has been 4 for $10

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Not that I would recommend Walmart to anyone but they'll also match the price. Just tell them at the register. I think Target matches prices too. So if you don’t want to go to CVS, you have a couple of options.

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@michael p: In case you weren't joking the Extracare Card is CVS's version of a store discount "loyalty" card. If you present these coupons without an Extracare Card you don't get the deals. Signing up for one is free, but then they track your purchases just like other stores do...

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Limit 1 per customer. Somebody will have it on sale 4/$10 or 4/$11 this weekend.

By the time you get done driving there and back, you'll have spent the difference in gas.

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About the 4 for $10 12-pack deals: Those happen at least 6 times a year at your regular supermarkets (Ralphs, Albertsons, Vons). Less often at places like CVS and Rite-Aid; Target just had a 4 for $10 on Pepsi last week. They generally occur around certain holidays like July 4th, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas/New Years. Most of the time it includes both Coke and Pepsi products, but sometimes only Pepsi will be 4 for $10 while Coke will be on sale for 4 for $12 and vice versa.

I know this because my family stocks up on at least 20 cases of soda when this happens (to last us until the next sale). It's generally the best consistent price and we only purchase soda when it is at this price or lower.

There are very rare occasions where they sell it even less (perhaps 2-3 times a year) like 2 for $4 and most of the time there is a limit to 4 12-packs per household.

Bottom line, even if it's only one 12-pack, you should pick one up for $1.50. It's almost never this cheap, ever.

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If you go you Walmart to use the coupon do you have to show your extra care card?

And don't must stores match coupons theses days?

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@strongh2o: Then don't go to Walmart that is your choice, but stop bitching about it.

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Many times the expiration date on the product is coming up very quickly. Got 4 12-packs of Pepsi at K-Mart last week ($10) .....best-used-by-date on cans is Feb. 2013.

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@marvelljones They should have a universal card for people who don't want to sign up... or you can tell them you'd rather fill it out at home (then toss it in the trash)... or most of the time they'll just scan whatever card they have sitting beside them.

@winky628 I accept coke/pepsi shipments as they come in, 12-packs typically only have a 2-3 month "freshness" date to begin with. Yet, I can vouch for that fact that they're still drinkable past that date. Soda's never go "bad". They just don't taste as good.

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@necooley: Why would you need to show a CVS loyalty card to Wal-Mart? Just think about your question for a minute.

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@casey00001: Casey, you totally misunderstood the comment you are replying to.

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@cwcnsoc: No, sodas do go bad. They get "flat" and lose their fizz. You might accept shipments, but I drink a lot of Cokes and Pepsis, and pretty much anything I have had that is even a day past its date starts to get flat and lose its taste.

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The fake sweeteners in diet sodas can make you sick if you drink it well after the expiration date up to 4-6 weeks you are ok. The regular drinks will go flat but not hurt you anymore than not tasting right. Plastic bottles are semi permeable the old glass bottles used to keep carbonated years longer.

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Check A&P and Shoprite every week. They will offer at random times 12-packs of Pepsi/Coke at 5 for $11.00.

It has been about two years since their routine sale was five 12-packs for $10.00.

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@cwcnsoc: Depends on whether your local and/or state laws prohibit these types of sales. I live in OH and they will politely tell you "no, you need an ExtraCare card for that sale." It's why there are some stores that advertise their lack of "card sales" as a positive thing. And the cashiers used to "cheat the system" and use their own cards for those that didn't want to sign up, which is why corporate started limiting it to one per card.

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I'm not a real doctor (but I play one on TV) but do all of you realize how bad soft drinks are for you? Diet or not, expired or not. It's all sugar/chemicals and water and it rots your teeth, body, and mind. You should be drinking something healthy.....like beer...;-]

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@drhardcrab: mmmmmmmm beeeeer!!!!

Nectar of the GODS!! o.O

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These coupons are no good. It says right in the ad that only the direct emailed coupons are good and they won't accept coupons from internet postings.

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Thanks for posting this one.
I printed all 3 coupons 1. pepsi 2. lays chips and, 3. M&Ms and had no problem using them..
Perfect for adding to my Super Bowl food stash.
BTW, if CVS, or any retailer, posts a sale, why not give them your business?
After all, if they didn't we would not not have any of it, and this might even encourage them to create even more.
Thanks again, and have a SUPER day.

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I'm a coke fan, not pepsi, but for $1.84, I am ON IT... I'll get some "other" Pepsi soda and keep for guests...

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@whitlock929: I have consumed many diet sodas well after their expiration date and they definitely don't make me sick. The soda doesn't spoil, it stops being sweet. It's my understanding that aspertame loses chemical cohesion after a while and just doesn't fool the taste buds any more. I just add a packet of equal or stevia and it's good as new.

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Hey woot friends I'm at CVS now trying to figure this $1.50 deal. Can someone give some more details BC I can't find this printable coupon anywhere...help!!

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@greengolf: can you help me find this coupon? I'm lost here

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The problem with diet sodas is that the aspartame turns into a formaldehyde-like compound when it is heated above a certain temperature (think outdoor soda displays in the summer, et cetera). As I'm sure most people know, formaldehyde is an embalming fluid to preserve dead tissue... Yuck. Also, the phosphoric acid in dark-colored sodas (a carbonation stabilizer) is a negative because the bones have a greater affinity (liking) for phosphorus than the calcium that they need to absorb! While phosphorus is necessary, it is not needed in great quantities and builds a softer bone matrix (structure) than calcium!
SO, that being said, (just had to put in my two cents) great deal!
And who cares if CVS tracks your purchases? Do they sell your bomb-making supplies or something?! They do it so they can market to each specific consumer and print coupons for stuff that you will actually use (e.g. your recent purchases and not maxi pads!).

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@kellbell2740: For what it's worth, I only drink water, but please do some research before you run around spreading urban myths. The amount of formaldehyde that is generated by the aspartame, whether it sits out or when you ingest it, is too small to be of any consequence. In fact, there are tons of other foods that cause more production than a diet soda would, such as nearly all citrus fruit and tomatoes.

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@coondogg97: When I got to my local CVS, the Pepsi guy was there restocking, so I scored some Wild Cherry Pepsi. Plenty of M&M's so I got a bag of dark chocolate. The chips had been cleared out, but oh well. Thanks for the tip!

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jsut a heads up, can only be used 1 time for 1 121-pack. using the coupon with the card logs that you already utilized the deal and wont allow more. my walmart did price match though, and they cant track the card use.

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@cwcnsoc: Coke does go bad. Besides not tasting right, it will have you spending your time closer to the bathroom.

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I just went there and tried to have them scan it from my phone, or type in the code. They said you actually have to print it out and bring the coupon in. I had to leave with nothing ):

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@colbytitus: Wrong. These coupons are available on the CVS website, under the Deal Of The Day area.

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Not working today feb. 4th

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I worked on one of these projects a few decades ago. And this isn't rocket surgeon stuff. YMMV.
So:
Have an "A" and a "B" card. The "A" card for all the good stuff, the "B" for the cigs, alcohol, junk food, etc.
You don't need to use your real name and address. Especially for the "B" card- and you use only cash.
Is there an ahole at work? Use his name, and the work address, for a "B" card.
You can have more than one card. I have a couple each of "A" and "B" cards.
Most CVS have a little machine that print coupons. Got a good deal? Print a few.
I repeat- only cash for the "B" cards. The first time you use a check, or a credit card- you are forever linked.