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Free Phazyme Gas Relief at Walgreens!

Stack a manufacturer coupon from the 6/2 Smart Source newspaper insert with a Walgreens coupon from the June Savings Book to score free Phazyme gas relief at Walgreens! Find the Walgreens Savings Book near the front of the store by the weekly ads. Since the regular price of Phazyme is less than the value of the coupons combined, the manufacturer coupon will need to be adjusted down, per the Walgreens coupon policy. Print a copy of the Walgreens coupon policy to take with you.

 

 

 

Phazyme Gas Relief, 12 ct $4.49, regular price
Use $2.00/1 Phazyme Product from SS 6/2 (exp 7/13)
And use $3.00/1 Phazyme Gas Relief, 12 ct from Walgreens June Savings Book (exp 6/29)
Final Price: Free 

 

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17 thoughts on “Free Phazyme Gas Relief at Walgreens!”

  1. Maria says:

    I wasn’t able to do this deal today both the cashier and manager said that it fraud( their exact words) to reduce the value of the coupon and they can get in trouble and that they soon will be changing their policy etc etc……anyways in the end I wasn’t able to use the manufacture coupon, so had to pay $.82 after Walgreens coupon and F&F day.
    Never had problems with Walgreens before expect this today

  2. Cimone Grace says:

    My Walgreens was sold out, but their shipment came in at 9am today! I will be calling in a few hours to have them hold me a few bottles!

  3. Stacer42 says:

    This stuff is great when you are pregnant! ;)

  4. Sorry! It was a regional coupon.

  5. Ina says:

    Just tried this. Can’t do it cause the manufacturer coupon doesn’t allow it to be combined with and other coupons

    • That means it cannot be combined with another manufacturer coupon on the same single item. It CAN be stacked with a Walgreens coupon.

      • Ina Castellanos says:

        Then I have a bone to pick..lol Going back to Walgreens now! Thanks KLC

      • Annie says:

        how do you get the Walgreens coupon booklets. I do not like the Walgreens here every time I ask the employees they say they don’t know anything about the coupon books

        • Anonymous says:

          At my stores, the coupon booklets are at the front of the store on a rack with the weekly circulars; you can go to Walgreens on the web and usually print from there as well

        • Ina Castellanos says:

          Both of the Walgreens I go to have the coupon booklets hanging in a rack near the same aisle. For example if its a cold and flu book its near that medicine, diabetes book near the diabetes section..so on and so forth. The monthly savings books are up front near the entrance on a rack with the ad of the week. Hope that helps!

      • Fakekxcgcg says:

        duh

      • Nini says:

        The $3 Walgreens coupon says “Not valid with any other offer.”
        Could this be the reason that they wouldn’t let Ina do this? Want to take advantage of this tomorrow so just making sure I can use both coupons. Thanks.

        • No, that’s not why. I bet the register beeped because the coupons are greater in value than the price of the item. The cashier probably didn’t know why the register beeped, and probably didn’t know that she can reduce the value of the manufacturer coupon manually, so she probably just guessed why the register beeped.

        • dee63 says:

          I got mine Tuesday with both coupons and no problems. :)

    • Lisa Dowdell says:

      Today I had a problem with this too, the cashier said the register said it didn’t match … so she examined the coupon … it matched, but then she pointed out the “combined” wording. I explained that meant no other mfg coupon … I had just done this job the previous day. It took a manager to come and agree with me before she would allow it. I also think it might have beeped because I was purchasing it with the 15% FF coupon which lowered the price less than the coupon. Why do they make the wording so complicated? I got the deal but have two more coupons to use, and hesitant about dealing with them. Hate coupon drama.