Walgreens Coupon Policy Change!

This post may contain affiliate links. Click to read our Disclosure Policy . Click to read our Privacy Policy

 walgreens_matchups

Register Rewards (RR) FAQWalgreens Coupon Policy * Balance Rewards FAQ

 There have been some major coupon policy changes at Walgreens. We wanted to make sure you were aware of the changes as it will affect the way you shop in the future!

  • Walgreens will not accept coupons that exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is ever provided in exchange for any coupons.
    This means for example, if you are buying a 99¢ item you will not be able to use a $1.00/1 coupon. No more adjusting the coupon down to the price of the item. No overage will ever be given.
  • For offers when multiple items are purchased and additional items are free (buy 1 get 1 free; buy 2 get 1 free, etc.), the number of coupons applied to that offer cannot exceed the number of items required in the “buy” portion of the offer. Coupons may not be applied against any free item received in any offer.
    This means you cannot use a coupon on an item made free with a sale. You also cannot use and additional coupon on the item you are paying for when using a BOGO free coupon.
  • When items are featured in a Buy 1 Get 1 Free promotion, at least one product needs to be purchased. A maximum of one BOGO coupon is permitted per two qualifying items in a BOGO offer.
    This means no more using a BOGO free coupon on a BOGO free sale and getting both items free. You have to pay for at least one item to use the coupon. If you wanted to use a BOGO free coupon on a BOGO free sale you'd have to buy 4 items.

For example: Buy 4 Tide $5.00 each BOGO Free
Subtotal: $20.00
– $10.00 (2 free Tide from sale)
-$5.00 using BOGO Free coupon
Final price: $5.00

Hopefully this won't impact our Walgreens shopping, but I have to say, it will cut down on the deals we used to get. Let hope CVS doesn't follow suit!!!

(Thanks Wild For Wags!)

Similar Posts

One Comment

  1. I am a little annoyed by this. I don’t even shop like that often, but for those who do it’s a matter of maximizing savings and… Smh. It’s never about the consumer anymore, it’s always about the company or organization. Thanks for posting this.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.