Friday, March 2, 2012

Nature Made Printable Coupons & Wellness Rewards Program: Combine with CVS B1G1 Sale Week of 2/26 for Added Savings

If you want great vitamins and herbs at a great price combine the buy one get one free Nature Made sales at CVS (like in this week's 2/26 CVS Ad) and sign up at NatureMade.com Wellness Rewards to earn high dollar coupons for future purchases.  Each bottle of Nature Made has a code to enter in your account. Different vitamin/herb purchases are worth different amounts--but they are worth quite a bit, it doesn't really take long to reach the payout amount.  When your reward points add up to 500 you can request a $7 coupon good on your next purchase.  When you sign up there are also coupons you can print.  And remember, CVS now accepts two coupons on a buy one get one free sale.

You can mix and match kinds--you don't have to buy two of the same vitamins.  In my experience the free will be the lesser value one, of course, but if you buy four it should take the highest priced first, get the next highest priced free, then pay for the next highest priced and get the lowest price one free.  I usually try to ring only two up at a time if there are a lot of different prices to be sure.  Also, there is a large section together of the Nature Made items, but then some of them are mixed in with the other vitamins (like the calcium and the multi are two that come to mind).

Here are some current printable coupons I found for Nature Made Vitamins:
$1.00 off Any Nature Made Vitamin D
$2.00 off Any Nature Made Fish Oil
$1.00 off Any Nature Made Vitamin B

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

does cvs accept expired cvs email/extra care offers coupons?and expired magic machine coupons?thanks!

Cheryl said...

That varies by store--their policy is to not accept them, but some stores do so you will need to ask your store manager.

Anonymous said...

do you know if it will "beep"?bcus at my cvs they only reject it if it beeps

Cheryl said...

I don't know, Anon, as my store does not accept them so I have never tried. I do believe they would beep though.

Anonymous said...

I used two $5/1 160 Count or larger Nature Made Coupons and bought the b-12 160 count (I believe was around $15) along with a $2/2 Nature bounty Magic CVS coupon from the magic coupon machine and paid around $1.50 each for $30 worth of vitamins!

Cheryl said...

Nice, Anon, and you can enter the codes towards more coupons in the rewards program.