CVS ExtraCare Program Changing!
CVS ExtraCare Program Changing – See What’s New!
CVS is adding changes to their ExtraCare program and we’re excited! Now you’ll earn 2% on all purchases in the form of ExtraBucks (2¢ for every dollar you spend). You can then spend them on your next purchase or save them up to use later. You’ll also earn $3 in ExtraBucks on your birthday!
This program takes the place of the old Quarterly ExtraBucks rewards- instead of receiving your rewards every 3 months, you’ll now receive them with every purchase.
Right now, the ExtraCare Beauty Club earns you $3 in ExtraBucks when you spend $30 in beauty care products over time or in one transaction. There’s big changes coming to the program in Mid-August with exciting new benefits – we’ll keep you updated.
To participate in any of these programs you must have a CVS ExtraCare Card (you can pick one up at any CVS location) and use it to create an account at CVS.com.
FAQs about benefit updates:
- You’ll earn 2% for purchases made in-store, online, through Shipt and Instacart – may take up to 48 hours to appear for delivery purchases.
- ExtraBucks earned will expire in 90 days.
- You can always find your earned rewards in the CVS Pharmacy app and on CVS.com where you can then send them to your card. Just sign in and go to “Deals & Rewards”. If you prefer paper receipts just keep your rewards coupons and redeem them before they expire.
- You don’t have to redeem all of your 2% coupons at once. Use as many as you want and then save the rest for later.
- Your rewards coupons can’t be redeemed on delivery marketplaces like Instacart and Shipt.
- Your ExtraCare birthday gift is $3 ExtraBucks Rewards. It will be sent to you by text, email or you can find it in the CVS Pharmacy app close to your birthday. You’ve got 7 days to access your $3 ExtraBucks Rewards and 7 days to redeem them through the CVS Pharmacy app or CVS.com, or in-store.
You won’t earn 2% back on these products and services: purchases for alcohol, bag fees, bottle deposits, bus and transit passes, CarePass® membership fees, certain CVS Optical® purchases, CVS® Photo purchases (in store or online), CVS promotional items, donations, fax, gift cards, hunting and fishing licenses, lottery, milk (where required by law or regulation), money orders, newspapers and magazines, packaging service, photo copies, postage stamps, prepaid cards, prepaid phones and accessories, prescriptions and copays, pseudoephedrine/ephedrine products, purchases fulfilled by DoorDash or other third-party delivery marketplaces, rug doc rentals, and any imposed governmental fees or items reimbursed by a government health plan.