Updated on Saturday November 10, 2018: We just received a copy of CVS’s Black Friday ad — All 4 pages are posted below — Enjoy!
This year the ad comes from another couponing website that specializes in printable in-store coupons. The quality it not that great because they are actual photographs made of the ad by someone who obviously doesn’t know how to use a camera. We tried adjusting the colors a bit to help make the deals a little easier to read but it didn’t help much.
Just a quick note — The offers posted in the ad are valid from November 22-24, 2018 or unless otherwise indicated. That’s while supplies last of course. Stores are open on Thanksgiving day itself, but from what we understand, opening hours will vary by location.
In terms of the deals themselves, it’s pretty similar to what we saw in Rite Aid’s Black Friday ad a few days ago. You’ve got buy-one get-one free on select candy, cosmetics, Hallmark Christmas cards, batteries, and some other things as well. You can shop the sale at cvs.com and get free shipping with no minimum order on most items.
What are you planning on getting at CVS this Thanksgiving weekend? Let us know in the comments section located at the bottom of this page.
Updated on Wednesday, November 8, 2017: We’ve just received a copy of CVS Pharmacy’s Black Friday 2017 ad. It’s not terribly long but the deals are worth checking out. It’s uploaded below — Enjoy!
Just a quick note, the offers in the ad are valid from Thursday, Thanksgiving day, through Saturday (November 23—25, 2017). Stores are open on Thanksgiving day but hours will vary by location. Just about all sales items will require you to have a CVS card in order to take advantage the advertised sale price. Some items are limited to one per customer and certain items may sell out early.
So we just got a hold of CVS Pharmacy’s Black Friday ad for 2016. All 8 pages are posted below so check it out!
The sale prices will be valid Thanksgiving day (Nov 24, 2016) through Saturday (Nov 26, 2016) in store with most sale items available online as well (with free shipping, no minimum!). Store hours on Thanksgiving day will vary by location and State so you’ll need to check with the store your planning on visiting this year for details. Happy shopping!
CVS Pharmacy just released their 3-day Black Friday ad scan – Starting in the on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day morning (November 26th) and running through the end of day on Saturday, you’ll be able to pick up a whole number of deals. That includes 25% off any full-priced item with your shopping pass coupon, buy 2 get the 3rd free on cosmetics (mix and match from brands like L’Oreal, Covergirl, NYX, and Neutrogena), and buy one get one free on select toys. Just remember to show your CVS club card to apply and maximize the savings. Many of the offers, including additional exclusives, will also be available on their site.
We’ve posted he full ad scan below so be sure to check out the details and any offer restrictions (just give it a few seconds for the images to load up). If you’re planning on going in-store then don’t forget to clip or print out your coupons.
Black Friday is upon us again and for all those heading out to CVS today, you’ll be happy to hear that they are offering 30% off site wide on just about everything in the store. The only exclusions are medications/drugs from the pharmacy and CVS/pharmacy Optical orders. Of course other exclusions may apply as well so be sure to see your local store for details and opening times on Black Friday.
You should also be aware that all Black Friday deals are extended to CVS.com this year and will be shipped out to you for free as long as your total order is above $49.00. So if you don’t have time to make it out to your local store then you can place your order online. That includes in the photo department at cvsphoto.com where you’ll get 30% off all your prints. Just don’t forget to use coupon code FRIDAY30 at the time of placing your order to get the discount.
This year you’ll have up until the 29th at 11:59 PM ET to take advantage of these offers. Here’s a look at the full page ad scan: