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Save $13 on Nature Made Minis Multivitamins!

by Christie on February 5, 2013

Screen Shot 2013-02-05 at 2.43.30 PMWow! We can get a super deal on Nature Made Minis at CVS this week. There’s a new CVS coupon for members of the Extracare Advantage Diabetes Program for $10 OFF Nature Made Mini’s. Stack that with a $3 manufacturer’s coupon and you have a total savings of $13 off one box! That’s a seriously great price.

I’ve been meaning to try these because I hate taking the big horse pill multi-vitamins. Anything described as “mini” when it comes to swallowing pills sounds good to me. :)

CVS Deals
Buy (1) Nature Made Minis $14.99
(1) $10/1 Nature Made Minis CVS Coupon
(1) $3.00 off 1 Nature Made MINI product
Total = Just $1.99 EACH!

Plus some of you are finding these on sale Buy One Get One 50% for an even sweeter deal!

(Thanks Printable Coupons & Deals!)


Christie

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Jane February 5, 2013 at 3:41 pm

You stated this coupon was for ExtraCare Advantage Diabetes members…is it just for members or can we all print it :)

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Christie February 5, 2013 at 7:55 pm

I don’t think you have to be a member to use it but that’s how it came thru. And I’m a dork and so I signed up so I wouldn’t even have to wonder. :)

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Dhani February 6, 2013 at 1:15 pm

It appears that coupon can be printed by anyone but you need an extra care card to redeem. I printed it, then later joined & I received a $5 off Any Health Care Purchase Coupon for joining. So check your emails and/or CVS accounts!

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Victoria February 6, 2013 at 11:12 pm

Do you know if you can stack the $5 off with the $10off an the $3off and the $3 of 15 diet nutrition that came out of the red coupon machine

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Dhani February 7, 2013 at 8:06 pm

Victoria, I’m not sure about stacking the two CVS dollar off coupons (I no longer have either). Check the fine print at the bottom of the $5 off any healthcare and the $3 off $15 Diet/Nutrition. Though, you can always stack Manufacturer coupons with CVS coupons, some of CVS dollar off coupons do state limit one per transaction and/or customer.

Alternatively, you can try it and depending on the store/cashier the coupons can be manually entered, provided your purchase meets the coupon requirements.

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patti February 5, 2013 at 4:17 pm

I received a book and it had a coupon inside to become a Diabetes “member.” The coupon would not scan and the clerk had no clue. I guess it’s similar to being in the beauty club.

I have your same question Jane!

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patti February 5, 2013 at 4:19 pm

I hit the link above to “join” and it says I’m already enrolled, so I guess I will print this coupon. Jane, join thru the link Christie posted above.

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Doreen February 5, 2013 at 4:38 pm

The omega 3 minis are BOGO free this week. The coupon causes trouble and the cashier has to manually enter it.

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mel February 5, 2013 at 6:07 pm

Nature Made will be BOGO Free next wk (except the Gummies) As a side note, IDK what the deal is lately with their printables.. The Pepsi & M&M’s Deal of the Day cpns beeped on me Sunday, the cashier was very hesitant to override, as it said already redeemed. Which was not true as I had *just* printed the cpns before heading out to do my shopping. She called the manager, who pulled the DotD up on his laptop and seeing as it had the same bar code, told her to manually enter them. Then yesterday when my sister tried using her Pepsi cpn, it beeped and the cashier (at a different store) would not override. She left and swung by the store I shop and got the Pepsi… she was prepared for the beep and was going to explain to the cashier, but the cashier manually entered $1.50 (not realizing the cpn read $1.50 FOR the 12-pk). When my sister left and looked over her receipt, the $1.84 had already come off!! So she wound up with the 12-pk Free!!

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Nancy February 5, 2013 at 7:48 pm

Mine did not scan either, but a manager put it through for me. She put it as 2 $5 MQ. They were so nice! I read online that at CVS coupons $10+ need a manager’s approval code to go through. I don’t think I will use the coupon again because it is a hassle to get a manager. I love my store and they are so helpful and never complain about coupons so I don’t want to push my luck.

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patti February 6, 2013 at 12:16 pm

me too – (2) $5.00 coupons? I was just glad they entered it. “Their” coupons have not been working for me either lately.

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Dhani February 6, 2013 at 12:45 am

Thank you! I was able to get 2 of the NM Omega 3 Minis (@ BOGO+ 1/$10 CC + 1/$3 MC) and 1 Speed Stick (1/$.99 CC + 1/$1 MC) for FREE! I also used the $3 off $15 Vitamin or Diet CC that printed from the red coupon machine, which left me with a negative balance, so I was able to get 2 additional items at $0.99 each for Free! After taxes I paid $0.18!

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patti February 6, 2013 at 12:17 pm

You could have used 2 – $3.00 coupons on the NM Omega.

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Dhani February 6, 2013 at 1:05 pm

Thanks Patti, maybe next time! I got the last two NM Minis on the shelf and I’d only printed 1 of the MC for $3.00 anyhow. HTH, someone else who’s planning a CVS trip for this deal!

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Dhani February 6, 2013 at 12:57 am

Oh, I forgot to mention the NM Super B complex FS Minis were priced at $9.99 at my CVS, but weren’t BOGO. Using the two coupons above you have a MM of $3.01!

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Lori M February 6, 2013 at 8:07 pm

Christy, thanks so much for posting this.Got my free vitamins this morning!

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Tiffani February 6, 2013 at 11:49 pm

No one mentioned this, but NatureMade.com has a rewards program called “Wellness Rewards” for purchasing their products. I found this in a coupon insert and signed up and activated my account to earn 25 bonus points. Also, you can enter code “VITAMELTS” for an additional 25 FREE points. Basically, you’re entering codes from your products for points to earn high value coupons for Nature Made products. I’m sure they will send out bonus points in emails as well like other points based programs.

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Dhani February 7, 2013 at 8:30 pm

Tiffani, If you regularly purchase these products and several on a monthly basis, it can be a decent rewards program. Otherwise, you may never accumulate enough points to redeem anything. Unlike some other rewards programs, I’ve rarely received bonus points via email or seen any online. NM does send a bonus code on your birthday, but the bulk of the points will come from the products you buy. Also, the rewards coupon values can be comparable to those in inserts, online or finding a great sale (like the one above).

I registered for this rewards program years ago (when I was purchasing 3-5 products monthly). After 2 years I finally had enough points to redeem for a classical music cd & a small fitness product.

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Erin J February 13, 2013 at 5:47 pm

No problem for me at all today after I finally found a store that carries the minis!

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