Walgreens Coupon Policy for 2012


In case you need to brush up on your Drugstore Coupon Policies this year – I thought we’d do a quick overview of the policy changes that have been made recently.  Here are the main points of the Official Walgreens Coupon Policy:

Coupons:

  • You can stack 1 Manufacturer coupon with 1 Walgreens coupon per item.
  • If the coupon exceeds the price of the item, the coupon can be adjusted down to the item’s price.
  • You can use 2 coupons on a BOGO Sale.

Register Rewards:

  • Register Rewards count as a manufacturer coupon – and you may not use more manufacturer coupons than items purchased.
  • If you redeem a Register Reward from one item towards buying the same item again – you will not receive another Register Reward.
  • Register Rewards will only print during the promotional period – rainchecks will not be eligible for Register Rewards after the promotion is ended.
  • Register Rewards cannot be used to buy:

Prescriptions
Tobacco products
Alcoholic beverages
Dairy products
Lottery tickets
Money orders/transfers
Transportation passes
Special event/entertainment tickets or passes
Postage stamps
Gift cards/phone cards/prepaid/Green DotTM cards
Prescription Savings Club” memberships
Health care services, including immunizations
Any items prohibited by law

Comments

  1. Diane Johnson says

    Why is the Walgreen’s in Van Buren, Arkansas not letting me BOGO with 2 coupons any more. This was really embarrassing to me with a cart full of free things plus other items. I still got my other items-but it sure was embarrassing. Why are they not following the national coupon policy? Please check into this. My cell number is 479-461-5244. Thank you. I am an extreme coupon shopper

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