CVS and Walgreen have teamed up to offer cigarette coupons on Amazon.com.
The deals will start on Thursday and run through Sunday, Jan. 4.
According to the terms of the deal, Amazon will charge a 30 percent discount on all CVS cigarettes sold through its site and on Amazon’s marketplace, and it will offer free shipping on the products.
The coupons will be valid for 30 days from the date of purchase.
“We’re excited to bring you the opportunity to get a coupon on cigarettes,” said Walgreen Chief Financial Officer Kevin Gorman.
“Our partnership with CVS offers a great opportunity for consumers to save on cigarettes while enjoying a healthier lifestyle.”
CVS also announced last week that it was joining forces with Walgreen, offering discounts on the brand’s cigarettes through its own site.
The partnership will bring the two companies together under one roof.
CVS is the largest tobacco retailer in the United States, with 1.2 million stores in the U.S. CVS operates more than 1,000 pharmacies in the country.
Walgreen is the second-largest cigarette company in the world with 2.6 million stores.
While both companies have similar products, Walgreens is offering the best deals.
CSPs prices on cigarettes are a fraction of Walgreen’s.
“I’m really excited to partner with CSP to help customers save money on cigarettes through Amazon,” said Scott Kochel, CEO of CSP.
“As we continue to roll out this great promotion, we are looking forward to seeing more great deals on CVS’ products from Walgrys, and our customers across the U!”CVS offers an incredibly wide selection of quality products, and this partnership with Walgems will help customers find the products they need at great prices,” said Kevin Bensch, President and CEO of Walgreen.
This partnership is a huge win for the American consumer, as CVS will be able to offer a great discount on some of its biggest brands and CVS.com is one of the largest shopping portals in the nation.
Walgreen is also expanding its CSP program.
The company recently introduced a new CSP-enabled platform that allows consumers to pay by the pack, with a $5 annual fee.