CVS Advisory Panel

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CVS has a program called the Advisory Panel.  You can register for it HERE by filling out a quick online form.  It serves as a virtual focus group for CVS and you will possibly be selected to participate in a study.  CVS will compensate you for your time in ECBs!

I am a member of this program and I was emailed and asked to participate in a study.  CVS then gives you an appointed day and will send you the survey via email.  Once you complete the survey( just offering your opinions), you can then print the assigned ECBs.

I did a study comparing drug store circulars and just gave my overall impression of the CVS weekly ad versus a different store.  I got the study on the appointed day and it took approximately 10 minutes to complete.  I submitted online and was able to print $10 in ECB right after that!

This is a program that is worth the time to register for!



Comments

  1. Mary says

    So exciting. Filled out a survey for reusable bags, which I think are so important. Got 10 ECBs! Thanks so much.

  2. Rochelle says

    This is awesome! I love the idea of getting even more free stuff fro the drugstores! Thanks so much!

  3. Stephanie says

    I am excited about the CVS Advisor Panel, just signed up. Thanks for sharing the info.

  4. Karen says

    Thanks for the info! I signed up this week and just got an invitation to make $10 this Sunday by comparing their circular with Walgreens. This should be fun! :)

  5. Carolyn says

    Why would you advertse a product as a buy one get one free and not stock up on the product? This to me is a scam. This happens every time and the store personel say they only carry a certain amount of each product and do not stock up for a sale ,how can you advertise buy one get one free like spam etc. and not have enough for customers,everybody loves buy one get one free no limit. Thank-you Carolyn Hicks

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