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@StylishLady  Perhaps they shouldn't be recycled.  I read recently that cash register receipts and such are coated with BPA and, if recycled with other paper, they contaminate the load.  So now, sad to say, I just throw them in the trash.

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I don't mind them because attached are my Reward Bucks and coupons to use on future purchases, I love saving money!

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@faeriemoon wrote:

@I am still oxox wrote:

Mine are all e mailed to me


 

I may have to do that.  Do you still get the coupons?  (Which I believe SHOULD BE AUTOMATICALLY SENT TO YOUR CVS CARD SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO CARRY AROUND SIX FEET OF COUPONS!!!!!!!!)


This, in bold, is the best idea I’ve heard in a long time. CVS, are you reading this????

 

 

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@faeriemoon wrote:

Are really getting on my nerves.  The last one I got was about six feet long.

 

Annoyance of the day; carry on...


@faeriemoon  CVS is creating huge waste of paper.

And I hate that I keep getting discount coupons that expire quickly for things I just bought!  i just bought that, I don't need more yet!

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@Boehm Collecter

 

I did it so long ago I do not remember how I got the receipts via e mail. I am pretty sure it is somewhere on the website

 


@Boehm Collecter wrote:

@I am still oxox wrote:

Mine are all e mailed to me


Hi @I am still oxox... what did you have to do to have the receipts emailed??  TIA


 

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@jordan2 wrote:

I don't mind them because attached are my Reward Bucks and coupons to use on future purchases, I love saving money!


@jordan2  I used to think that too, but everything expires so soon now, esp. reward bucks!  Within only a few days.  I've lost some by not using them, and I hate that.  CVS didn't used to be as strict with having to use the coupons by that date, and they've considerably shortened the dates they can be used by.

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It felt like to me in the past they gave more Extra Bucks...

but these days they give less Extra Bucks and TONS of coupons instead...

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It's getting ridiculous, 5ft long receipts, $1 off $8 antacids,  $2 off $20 worth of garnier cleansers.  I did use 2 $5 extrabucks to purchase a two-pack of Sensodyne so it was free the Sensodyne was on sale.

 

I just want the $5 Extrabucks and hope they continue to allow stacking them

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I tell the cashier to tear off everything below my receipt.  The coupons are worthless and expire within a few days - both ridiculous.  I'm not going to have that tremendous wad cluttering up my purse. I used to use them, but now you have to spend so much to save a dollar or two and they're never for anything I use.  

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@sidsmom, Your pictures are perfect.  DH went to CVS today and came home with only 4 feet of coupons.  A light day.