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Old 10-15-2012, 12:55 AM
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Originally Posted by kansley
I have always shopped at both stores weekly until Wags changed programs...and I have pretty much quit going to Wags for all the above mentioned reasons. I went a couple of times after the new program and it the hassle of it all was not worth my time or the irritation. I can find almost the same or better deals at CVS and RA without all the drama....and I have a cashier I just adore at Wags and I miss not dealing with her, but can't deal with this new program. Wags deals are going to have to get a whole lot better before I will start shopping there again!
Yeah... I noticed there's nothing really good with the new points program... Not that I shopped at wags more before than nowadays (still go to CVS waaaaaay more) but I got the wags card just in case, and I haven't found that "just in case" yet... IMO, CVS gives more opportunities to save money and the ECBs deals are way better...

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