Free 55-Ct Zantac Duo Fusion Chewable Tablets @ CVS B&M (After Mail In Rebate - Up to $20 Rebate)

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This week through 9/10, they are on sale for $18.99. Buy one bottle of 55-Ct Zantac Duo Fusion Chewable Tablets and submit the Zantac Mail In Rebate to get back a Visa prepaid card (up to $20 purchase).
Purchase 1 x 55-Ct Zantac Duo Fusion Chewable Tablets  = $18.99
Pay: $18.99
Submit Zantac Mail In Rebate 
Final Price: Free After Rebate

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If you use a coupon for this (there were previously $5.00 printable coupons available online) and buy other stuff on the same receipt to cover the amount of the coupon, then you have a good chance of getting back the full $18.99. In other words, just make sure that your subtotal before tax is at least $18.99.

There was also a $2 off $10 Zantac coupon that printed from the store coupon printer for me.  Just scan your CVS card at the price scanner and it'll print out some coupons.  I don't know if everyone gets the same coupons though.

sportsfan64 said:   There was also a $2 off $10 Zantac coupon that printed from the store coupon printer for me.  Just scan your CVS card at the price scanner and it'll print out some coupons.  I don't know if everyone gets the same coupons though.
  Mine was a $2 off $12, but yes that works too. Again, just be sure that your subtotal on the receipt is at least $18.99.  

Will ECBs reduce rebate amount? CVS ad includes the Duo Fusion, but rebate form doesn't list it. I wonder if we would get rebate on purchase of Duo

roy7736 said:   If you use a coupon for this (there were previously $5.00 printable coupons available online) and buy other stuff on the same receipt to cover the amount of the coupon, then you have a good chance of getting back the full $18.99. In other words, just make sure that your subtotal before tax is at least $18.99.
Coupons have never reduced the rebate amount on Zantac/Dulcolax rebates. Obviously YMMV for this one, but past history says you should not be concerned.

sameome said:   Will ECBs reduce rebate amount? CVS ad includes the Duo Fusion, but rebate form doesn't list it. I wonder if we would get rebate on purchase of Duo
I think there is a different on-going rebate for Duo Fusion.

billrubin said:   
sameome said:   Will ECBs reduce rebate amount? CVS ad includes the Duo Fusion, but rebate form doesn't list it. I wonder if we would get rebate on purchase of Duo
I think there is a different on-going rebate for Duo Fusion.

 Thanks, Bill. I found out the rebate form from OP's link includes Duo (I was not able to get to the link at work).

My CVS has $4 coupon tearpad right next to the Duo.

There is supposed to be a coupon for Zantac in this Sunday's paper. if you get your Sunday coupons a day early, you can use it to purchase this.

OP - The rebate form didn't say in CVS, so is it safe to say that i can buy from other drug store or grocery store? Thanks.



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