Monday, October 4, 2010

New Simply CVS Giveaway ~ Fourth & Final CVS Flu Shot eGift Card: Ends 10/11

CashStar is offering a final CVS Flu Shot eGift Card for one reader of Simply CVS.  Even if you entered in the earlier ones, you need to enter this one to be included in the drawing.  I think I needed to get my flu

shot after spending this last week in bed--so if you haven't gotten one, this is a great opportunity for  a free one.  Congrats to Catherine, Shannon & Tracy on winning the first three Flu Shots.

I  have mentioned previously on Simply CVS about using eGift cards from CVS.  This year for the first time they are offering a CVS Flu Shot eCard.  The price is $29.95.  Here are some details from the information they sent me:

     “CVS/pharmacy just launched its first ever online flu shot gift cards. These gift cards can be emailed, printed and redeemed for a flu vaccine at CVS/pharmacy’s more than 7,000 locations, as well as the company’s 500+ MinuteClinic locations.  This year, only one vaccine is required for protection against three influenza strains, including the H1N1 virus and the seasonal H3N2 virus.  For $29.95, anyone can send a friend or family member this ‘all-in-one’ flu shot protection in the form of an eGift Card.

     “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people get a flu shot every year. It’s especially important for children over 6 months old, people who have chronic illnesses (such as asthma and diabetes), are pregnant, over age 65, or caregivers for people within these high-risk groups. While getting an annual flu shot is important for many people, many do not get them because they either don’t have the money or are uninsured. That’s why the flu shot digital gift card is a perfect gift from caregivers of people in high-risk groups.”

You can read frequently asked question about the 2010 flu shot at The Center for Disease Control.

Getting a flu shot at CVS is quite easy.  You can schedule one online, in person or over the phone.  If your store has minute clinics I believe you can just walk in.  We took my mom yesterday and after filling out a form she received the shot—it was easy and uneventful.  She also received a coupon for 10% off any purchase at CVS Coupon (some restrictions apply).

You can purchase the CVS Flu eGift card online and have it emailed to any email address you choose.  The recipient prints it out and uses it when they get their shot.  CashStar has agreed to offer one $29.95 CVS Flu eGift Card to one reader of Simply CVS.  Entries will be received thru 10/11 at Noon Eastern Time.  Winner will be notified by Email and will have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen.


To Enter:
  • Visit the CVS Flu Gift Card by Email site to see how easy it is to purchase one.
  • Fill out the form below.
  • Leave a comment letting us know who will get the flu shot if you win.

For one extra Entry:
  • Share Simply CVS with someone--personally, email, social network, twitter, etc.
  • Fill out the form below and mention how you shared.
Thanks for entering.

The CVS Flu eGift Card prize is provided by CashStar.  I received no compensation from CashStar or CVS for promoting the Flu eGift card or for this post or giveaway.


Kristen D. said...

I will be the one to get the shot if I win.

Elaine said...

I would get it!!

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Judy said...

I had mine, I will give it to my aunt. Thanks for so many chances to win!

Anonymous said...

if i win i would get the flu shot for myself so that i won't pass any bugs on to my little boy.

Alycia Embry said...

If I won I would get the shot for myself.

Vanessa said...

I would use it. I also shared the blog via e-mail. Thanks!

(I filled out the entry form earlier, but couldn't get the comment form to work.)

Rachel said...

My husband would get it!

shivani said...

I will use it, thanks.

Madeline said...

I will give it to my son, so he
can get a flu shot.

Anonymous said...

I would probably use it myself since I work with children a lot at church.

bukaeyes said...

I would get it. I take care of my daughter and don't want to give it to her :(