Walgreens Coupon Policy
Learning how to Coupon at Walgreens is difficult for some to understand. It was for me at first! So, here is an explanation so that you can comfortably coupon at Walgreens the next time you see me post their weekly deals!!
You must have a Balance Rewards account to receive any Walgreens sale prices or Balance Rewards Points. You can sign up online at their website, or in the store. Every time you check out show your card or enter the phone number that is attached to your account. Any Walgreens store coupon can be used in addition to a manufacturer coupon on the purchase of a single item. Now, always remember to give manufacturer coupons first and store coupons next, then Register Rewards.
A Register Reward(RR) is a long, receipt-like coupon that prints after you make a qualifying purchase. Flip through your Walgreens ad and look for products which state that you will “receive register reward” with purchase. After purchasing that select item, you will receive a Register Reward to use on your next purchase. If you receive a Register Reward generated by the purchase of a product, you cannot use it to buy a second select product if you want another Register Reward to print.
Each week, Walgreens offers Balance Rewards Points with qualifying purchases. View your stores weekly ad and the sale tags in the stores to find products that are offering Balance Rewards Points.
To Earn Points:
Purchase qualifying products and earn Points. Once you reach at least 1,000 Points on your card, you can redeem them. 1,000 Points equal a $1.00 reward. 40,000 Points equal a $50.00 reward. It is advantageous to save your Points so you get more bang for your buck! Each month don’t forget to pick up the monthly coupon booklet found near the front of the store by the weekly ads. These are store coupons and can be used in conjunction with manufacturer coupons to maximize savings.
Next thing to remember is Walgreens will not allow the cashier to accept more manufacturer coupons than total products purchased. Always remember that Register Rewards are considered manufacturer coupons. Now you know how to coupon at Walgreens and if you have questions, simply comment and I will answer them a.s.a.p.
Here is a link to Walgreen’s coupon policy: POLICY.