Friday, May 30, 2014

Walgreens Coupon Policy Changes

Walgreens has added a few updates to their coupon policy this morning and it's being hit with mixed reviews. As always you should have a copy of the policy with you while you are shopping just in case problems come up and the workers are not always in the know with new procedures. You can get a copy of their Coupon Policy HERE

Here are the major changes ~ 

1. You can no longer use 2 coupons towards BOGO sales. You can only use coupons on the items you are purchasing, not towards the free product. Example ~ Arm & Hammer Laundry is BOGO and there is an $1.00 off 2 coupon. You will need to purchase 4 total because the $1.00 off needs to apply to the 2 you are purchasing. 

2. You can also no longer stack a BOGO coupon onto a BOGO sale resulting in 2 free products. 

3. Walgreens will no longer adjust a coupons value. If soap is $.99 and you have a $1.00 off coupon they will no longer adjust the coupon down. The coupon cannot be accepted. 

4. No internet printed coupons for free items. 

Those are about it! The BOGO sale things are the same way our local grocery store is so I'm so used to that one that I don't think about the change to do it better at the other stores! And it seems like more stores are doing away with the internet printed coupons for free items too! 

What do you think about the changes?

Leah Shumack is the voice behind Clair's Freebies. Born and raised in ski country Western NY where I still live today with my beautiful 8 year old daughter. When I'm not tending to her or out scoping deals I enjoy entering giveaways and trying out new things in the kitchen!

1 comment:

  1. Walgreens was less expensive on three things, CVS on one, and they tied on one. Be that as it may, the two drugstores' pricing never differed more than 50 pennies.
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