I had someone from Walgreens Customer Service Line contact me this morning regarding my inquiry as to the coupon policy. Here is what she shared with me.
1. B1G1 Free items. If Walgreens has an item B1G1 Free and you also have a manufacturer’s coupon for B1G1 Free, you must put 4 items into your cart and pay for two of them. You can not purchase only 2 and then get both for free. I realize you can do this other places, but not here.
2. Stacking Coupons. You can use a Walgreens Store Coupon in addition to the manufacturer’s coupon — as long as the total deducted does not exceed the total of the item.
The way around this: Pick up a filler that will help you go over the total deducted so that the register doesn’t beep and you can cash in on the total savings.
3. Register Rewards. These are essentially manufacturer’s coupons (it says so on the receipt). Therefore, when you use them, they are treated as such.
So, if you purchase 10 items and have 10 manufacturer’s coupons to match up, you can NOT use the register rewards as well. In this scenario, just put one more item in your cart so that you purchase 11 items, using 10 manufacturers’ coupons and 1 register reward.
Another thing with the register rewards is that the total savings can not be more than the total of the items purchased, less coupons. So, if you purchase $10 worth of products and save $5 with your coupons, you can’t use a $6 register reward and get $1 back. You much purchase one more item that exceeds $1 in value.
I hope that this helps clear up some confusion for people and makes your Walgreens couponing a little bit easier!!