Walgreens allows one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon per product. You may use Walgreens Register Rewards in addition to these coupons. The Register Rewards print like a Catalina on a little machine near the cash register. The most important thing to remember when coupon shopping at Walgreens is that you have to have as many items to purchase as you have coupons, including any Register Rewards you want to use. We often use “filler” (cheap, extra items) so that we have enough items to purchase.
Walgreens has just launched a Balance Rewards Loyalty Program. Click here to read about it. Here you will also find a chart indicating how many rewards dollars you’ll receive when you earn so many points. According to the chart, 1,000 Balance Rewards Points equals $1.00–$1.25, depending on when you choose to cash out your points.
Before shopping at Walgreens, you might want to review the Walgreens How-To Video. Walgreens is certainly the hardest drugstore to shop, but it has the best deals! What I like most is that you can repeat the deals and get more product. The limits are just one per transaction, so you can get more than one item–just don’t clear the shelves! Here’s a link to the coupon policy.
Buy 1, Receive $10.00 Register Reward
Pay $10.00, Receive $10.00 Register Reward
Total: Pay $10.00, Receive $10.00 Register Reward
Buy 1, Receive $5.00 Register Reward
Use one $2.00/1 – Renu Fresh or Renu Sensitive Multi Purpose Solution, 12 oz or Larger – (renu.com)
Pay $4.99, Receive $5.00 Register Reward
Buy 1, Submit for $5.99 Mail-In Rebate from November Savings Book
Pay $5.99, Submit $5.99 Mail-In Rebate
Total: $10.98, Use $10.00 Register Reward from transaction #1, Pay $0.98
Grand Total: $10.98 with $5.00 Register Reward remaining, Submit for $5.99 Wagreens Mail-In Rebate from November Savings Book, so basically just paying tax for $23.00 worth of product!