Paper Mate 2Pk Pens only $.39 at Walgreens after Store Coupon!

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papermate pens walgreensThere is a great coupon in the Walgreens April Coupon Booklet. The coupon is for $2/1 Paper Mate Profile Pens, 2 or 4pk or InkJoy Pens 2pk. The Papermate Profile Pens 2pk are regularly priced at $2.39! Note, reports are out that the coupon beeps even though it is a perfect match so if you tend to have problems at your stores, I am giving you a head’s up ahead of time!

At Walgreens:
BUY ONE PAPERMATE PROFILE PENS 2pk – regular price $2.39
use one $2/1 Paper Mate Profile Pens, 2 or 4pk or InkJoy Pens 2pk Walgreens April Coupon Booklet
Net Price: $.39

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  1. Works on elite. Same deal I paid .29$ out of pocket! Walgreens is the most difficult store for coupons!

  2. Just got back; coupon does not match the inexpensive, regular Profile ones as you have shown, only the elite and inkjoy ones. It beeped and would not go through.

    • Monica Bragg says:

      The coupon specifically says Profile Pens on it. I believe that if you stood your ground that they would honor it.

      • Tiffany says:

        I tried this deal at two of my local walgreens. In my area, the paper mate profile pens are regularly priced at $1.89.

        One of the stores accepted the deal while the other did not (Even though ALL of the employees agreed the item matched the coupon).

        The first store did not even bother ringing them up and just gave throw them in my bag for free while the second refused to allow the transaction to even take place. They said even though the coupon matches the product exactly, they can not mark an item up or mark the coupon down when it is a walgreens coupon.

        I am not sure how far I can push this. I am thrilled I was able to get four packs from my first store free, but I feel guilty that I did not pay the sales tax. I do not want the stores to think I am a bad couponer. However, this coupon should entitle customers to a freebie. So I am torn.

        • Monica Bragg says:

          It really depends on how far/hard you want to fight it. Here is the policy that says that they will reduce the coupon down to the selling price of the item. You may also want to contact corporate and get their take on this because I don’t think that they would have released a coupon that they didn’t intend for their stores to honor. It would be great to have something in writing from them if you decide to fight it.