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Walgreens Coupon Policy

Posted on Thursday, October 14th, 2010 at 8:00 am
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Sometimes the cashiers just aren’t as up on the deals as we are. This could lead to frustration at the checkout line or a bad store trip when all you are trying to do is get the discounts and do the match ups. It is understandable. A cashier rings up items all day long, so when they get to an order where everything winds up pretty much free, they may not know what to do.

Because of this, I wanted to share some of the coupon policies for the most popular stores where good coupon match ups can be made. Let us start with Walgreens.

A good example of a difficulty that many cashiers have with is the Buy One Get One deals. Combining a either buy one get one coupons with these deals or using the rewards often leads to some confusion. But the Walgreen’s policy allows up to two coupons against the items being purchased.

The best way to make sure that you get the deals and don’t have a ruined shopping trip is to read through a store’s coupon policy and then print it out and take it with you when you visit the store.

When items are featured in a Buy One, Get One Free promotion, up to two 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.

And here is the information on Walgreen’s policy about using multiple coupons:

* When purchasing a single item, Walgreens accepts one manufacturer coupon and applicable Walgreens coupon(s) 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 a $4.99 item 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.

So you see that it really helps to get familiar with the rules. To see the entire Walgreen’s coupon policy, you can visit the Walgreen’s website.

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