How to Coupon at Walgreens - 15 Rules to Save you Money | CostcoSetup

You want to learn how to coupon at Walgreens, are you crazy? It's not that hard, there's a couple confusing things, a couple there are five, do you have point and register rewards and monthly coupons and weekly coupons and manufacturer cool ones? It's not that hard, stick with us we're going to talk about all the rules for shopping at Walgreens that you need to know about, in addition to the coupons that you'll find in the weekly ad, don't forget to grab a monthly coupon booklet, it's also syllabus Walgreens coupons, and the best thing is I can use an in-ad coupon, a monthly coupon, and a manufacturer coupon, all on one item, and don't forget points you're going to need a balance rewards card in order to get points in the sale price at Walgreens.

When you come to the store, be sure to sign up for a card, points can be redeemed like cash on a future purchase. This week buy one of these get five thousand points or five bucks, if I want to stock up and get four of them, that's $20 to spend on my next order on to register rewards, this is a coupon that prints after you make a qualifying purchase, that you can use on a later purchase.

The important thing to remember is that you can't earn to register rewards for the same promotion, so if you buy one Huggies and get a register reward, that's great, but you can't buy two Huggies and get to register rewards, because that wasn't confusing enough, there's more. So if I buy one toothbrush to earn a register reward, if I want another one, I do it in a separate transaction, I purchased that, I earn another register reward, but if I attempt to redeem the register reward earned by the first toothbrush in the purchase of the second toothbrush, I will not earn another register reward, clear as mud.

The last thing you need to know about register rewards is that they expire after about two weeks, so use them quickly in contrast, the balance reward points last for about three years, as long as you're shopping at Walgreens, every six months or so. It's just like I don't know what to do with my hair Elsa, don't touch me, and turn me to ice, it's really good when earning balance rewards points. Keep in mind that you need to reach the minimum spend all in one transaction. So if I spend twenty dollars on these products, I'm going to get 5,000 points, I can't spend ten dollars today and then ten dollars tomorrow, I've got to do it all in one transaction, and remember that all I have to do is reach that $20 before I use any manufacturer coupons, but after I redeem any Walgreens coupons.

Here is my least favorite rule at Walgreens, if you have a product on sale for $2.99 and a three dollar manufacturer coupon, you cannot use it, they won't mark the coupon down to $2.99, they just won't accept it at all, and along the same lines. If you have a buy one get one free sale, you can only use one manufacturer coupon. There's a little-known rule at Walgreens that says I can't redeem more manufacturer coupons than products I'm purchasing, while that seems simple, it isn't a shocker. The reason it isn't simple is because of register rewards, these are actually considered manufacturer coupons, so if I'm buying five products and I have five manufacturer coupons that I printed from the crazy coupon, and I wanted to redeem a register reward, I'm actually going to have to purchase a filler item, that means anything from the store just to make sure that I have an equal number of items and coupons. So favorite filler items include practical things like milk, delicious things like caramel, and like holiday clearance, items like this one that I just found for only nine cents.

When it comes time to redeem your points, here's a couple things to keep in mind, you can only redeem one set of points per transaction, so if you have a $5 and a $10 and a $20 point, you can only pick one of those to redeem, and you have to redeem them in the set increments that you earned them in a few final rules. You will not earn new points in any transaction where you redeem balance rewards points, you will, however, earn points in any transaction where you redeem register rewards, and you will earn new register rewards in any transaction where you redeem points, and you may earn new register rewards in any transaction where you redeem register rewards, but it depends on the promotion.

Walgreens has great deals every week, we're getting stuff for free, we're getting crazy cheap stuff, so give it a chance, everyone should be shopping at a drugstore, yes, you should pick one, because they're all confusing. but Walgreens makes a good case for why you really do come to the crazy coupon. Visit our Walgreens page, we're posting deals every week, they're so good and just come try it, give it a chance.

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