If you’ve been to a CVS to buy, say, a bottle of water, it’s likely you received a receipt that was many times longer than the bottle itself.
It’s become a running joke in social media. It’s super easy: Tell everyone how little you purchased at CVS and show the epically long receipt that accompanied your purchase.
Like this: http://i.imgur.com/9o7Rrk8.jpg
After extensive online derision, CVS has responded with the following Facebook post and a promise to shorten its receipts by 25 percent:
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The coupons that created such lengthy receipts aren’t going anywhere, though. According to Daily Finance
, those coupons are being redeemed more than ever.