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2013 Walgreens Coupon Policy

Posted on Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 at 3:57 pm
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General Guidelines

  • All valid coupons should be presented to the cashier at the time of checkout
  • Walgreens does not accept expired coupons
  • Coupons and their face value cannot be exchanged for cash or gift cards
  • Walgreens does not accept competitor coupons
  • The number of manufacturer coupons, including Register Rewards manufacturer coupons, may not exceed the number of items in the transaction
  • Sales tax must be paid, if required by state law

Multiple Coupons

  • Walgreens accepts one manufacturer coupon and an applicable Walgreens coupons for the purchase of a single item, unless prohibited by either coupon offer
  • The coupon amount must be reduced if it exceeds the value of the item after other discounts or coupons are applied (for example, a $5.00 coupon for an item costing $4.99 will result in a $4.99 coupon value)
  • When purchasing multiple items, Walgreens accepts multiple identical coupons for multiple qualifying items as long as there is sufficient stock to satisfy other customers, unless a limit is specified. Management reserves the right to limit the quantity of items purchased.
  • Customer and employee purchases of excessive quantities of advertised items is not permitted. An excessive quantity is any quantity above and beyond normal household usage

Sale Items

  • Walgreens will accept manufacturer coupons for items on sale
  • In the event that an item’s selling price is less than the value of the coupon, Walgreens will only accept the coupon in exchange for the selling price of the item.
  • Coupon redemption can never exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is ever provided in exchange for any coupons

Buy One, Get One Free Coupons

  • When items are featured in a Buy One, Get One Free promotion, up to 2 coupons can be used against the items being purchased, as long as the net price does not go below zero for the items being purchased
  • Sales tax must be paid for any Buy One, Get One Free coupon offers, if required by state law

Internet/Print at Home Coupons

Register Rewards Coupons

  • Register Rewards will only print for in-stock items during the promotional period
  • Register Rewards can only be earned for eligible items. No substitutions
  • There is a limit of one Register Rewards printer per offer per customer per transaction
  • Customers redeeming a Register Rewards against the same offer may not receive another Register Reward
  • Refer to Register Rewards coupon for expiration date
  • The Register Rewards coupon value cannot exceed the total purchase amount. No cash back and no cash value for Rewards coupon
  • The number of manufacturer coupons, including Registering Rewards manufacturer coupons, must not exceed the number of items in the transaction
  • Register Rewards must be forfeited in the qualifying merchandise is returned
  • Register Rewards cannot be used toward the purchase of gift cards or pre-paid cards
  • Register Rewards can be redeemed for eligible items only. Ineligible items include but are not limited to 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 cards, GreenDot cards, Prescription Savings Club memberships, health care services, immunizations, and any items prohibited by law

Information taken from official Walgreens website





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