The Bayer Contour Next EZ Blood Glucose Monitor is on sale at Walgreens this week. Pick up a diabetes booklet at their pharmacy and use the $10.00 coupon. Best of all, buy one monitor and receive 2,000 Balance Rewards Points, making this a $2.00 moneymaker!

Bayer Contour Next EZ Blood Glucose Monitoring System $9.99, sale price through 2/23
Buy 1, Receive 2,000 Balance Rewards Points through 2/23
Use $10.00/1 Bayer Contour Next EZ Blood Glucose Meter (exp 10/15/13) (Diabetes Care Booklet)
Final Price: Free, Receive 2,000 Balance Rewards Points


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35 thoughts on “Better-than-Free Bayer Contour Next EZ Blood Glucose Monitor at Walgreens!”

  1. Sam says:

    We donate them to families that need them and cant afford them! We are always looking for sales to help out families in need!!!

  2. Looked in the book and its not in there

  3. Myfamily0412 says:

    The price for this at my local Walgreens show 19.99? I didn’t see a sale sticker

    • jaqueen says:

      After finding them at one store, I passed by another store and decided to stop by. They had them at 11.99 instead of the 9.99. I’m surprised at the difference in the price considering it’s an on-sale item & not clearance. Didn’t think the price would vary so much from store to store.

  4. Jodie says:

    I have 2 of these monitors if anyone was in need of them I was just going to donate them to the senior home. please let me know if u would like one.

  5. haskins061212 says:

    I dont know where to find this coupon??? I have looked all over the store I even asked the pharmacist she said she hasnt ever heard of it and said she didnt know what I was talking about. Can someone tell me what the book looks like Please ????

    • Anonymous says:

      I do not have a book currently to tell you what is on the cover, but they are usually found near the diabetic meters and supplies hanging on the shelves in little holders/racks. All throughout the medicinal aisles you can find Walgreen booklets/pamphlets hanging in these holders. The booklets offer advice on various subjects and often have coupons in them. I have seen the diabetes, cold & flu, vitamins, etc. Sometimes, the stores are out of them, especially when offers like this appear. You should try to find the holder for them on the shelf and then find an employee who stocks the shelves and ask about it because they would probably be more familiar with the booklets than the pharmacist.

    • Jaqueen says:

      At my pharmacy, they are usually hanging on the wall in the waiting area.

      • jaqueen says:

        My previous post is referring to the Diabetes magazine. The coupon booklets I found were in a clear holder (like a brochure holder) on the aisle where the monitors were.

  6. haskins061212 says:

    okay I have looked all over for this booklet LOL I even asked the pharmacist and she said she didn’t know what I was talking about. Someone please help what does it look like and where can I find it. I have a father in law who could really use one of these???????????

  7. Erika J. says:

    Not free in northeastern Ohio. Just went to Walgreens again and they still ring up for $11.99 w/card ($21.99 w/o card). Making them $1.99 w/ coupon :-(

  8. Sherry says:

    Which diabetes book is the coupon in? I have “diabetes & you” Holiday 2012/Winter 2013 edition and “heart health & you” – a special edition of diabetes & you, spring 2013 edition. I don’t see it in either one. Thanks for your help.

  9. Sam says:

    I was able to find the booklet in my Walgreens and was able to buy 12 with out a problem, they adjusted the price to $9.99 with out a problem!!

  10. AlRod_0703 says:

    I can never find these books my Walgreens never restocks! :(

  11. amitaf3 says:

    Thank you very much KCL I posted this deal 2 days ago and was told it wasn’t true thanks for the prove lol ;-)

  12. Shauna says:

    I just tried to use this coupon and was told they could not accept it because the value of the coupon exceeded the actual amount of the item. Has anyone else had this problem?

    • Anonymous says:

      There has been much discussion about this as this deal has occured many times before. Some say they have the store reduce the value of the coupon to meet the price of the item and others have said they had the store raise the price of the item to meet the value of the coupon. Some have said the store would not do either and could not get the deal. I did the deal a couple of weeks ago and the manager raised the price of the item to $10 to get the register to accept the coupon. It totally depends on the cashier/manager and how well they know their policy and how to override the register/computer.

      BTW, here is an excerpt from the Wag coupon policy:

      In the event that any item’s selling price is less than the value of the coupon, Walgreens will only accept the coupon in exchange for the selling price of the item. Coupon redemption can never exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is ever provided in exchange for any coupons.

  13. Yu says:

    By the time i get to walgreens, the books will be all gone and same goes for the monitors. Its so hard to coupon these days!

    • Chickenwang555 says:

      Then ask them to order some and to call you when they come in. :D I haven’t even seen one of the booklets yet but I don’t really need them.

  14. Jennifer says:

    Is the booklet still available?

  15. Anonymous says:

    I couldn’t find the booklet :/

  16. Marie Miller says:

    how many are you allowed to get (1 or 2)

    • I have gotten this deal once before. I dont think there was a limit then. So I doubt there is now. Although there were no rewards points last time. So I am not sure how many times you would be allowed the points. BUt you should be able to get however many coupons you can find.

  17. Anonymous says:

    The best way to prevent Diabetes is to eat & live as if you already have it!…Dr.Pizzaz