What’s FREE (or almost free) at Walgreens 7/19-7/25

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Walgreens-freeHere is our list of Walgreens deals that are free or nearly free in the weekly ad starting 7/19. If you want to check out the full weekly ad and coupon matchups for the week of 7/19 – 7/25 at Walgreens, go here. If you are shopping later in the week, I strongly advise that you check out our Walgreens Category to see if there’s anything new since we published the weekly ad matchups and this list.

Don’t forget that Walgreens now allows you to cash in points on smaller totals. See the breakdown below. Also, DO NOT redeem points if you plan on earning points on a transaction. If you do that, you will not earn the new points.

1,000 Points = $1
2,000 Points = $2
3,000 Points = $3
5,000 Points = $5
10,000 Points = $10
18,000 Points = $20
30,000 Points = $35
40,000 Points = $50

Also note that Walgreens changed their coupon policy in late May 2014. There are quite a few changes and you can read more about them here.

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  1. Do you realize you can’t use points to purchase something with points??? If you have $9 in points and purchase something that has $4 in points, you don’t get the $4. Yep…I went last week and tried to get 16 bottles of TreSemme shampoo because I had a bunch of BOGO coupons plus $1 off coupons. The TreSemme had points, but I couldn’t use the $9 in points I had to get $8 in points with the TreSemme. Also, I could only use two coupons on each transaction… Not $1 on each shampoo then the BOGO. I left.

    My favorite is CVS…I love the ECB and the Spend $30 get $10 or Spend $12 get $4. The red box coupons are only good for a month or so, but the manager at the store I go to will honor them for up to a month after the expiration date.

    I hate Rite-Aid because you only get points on certain things. It’ll be interesting to see what happens with Plenti…

    Walgreen’s is getting stupid…the point system makes no sense and the amount is totally ridiculous. For example, you get 10,000 points, which sounds like alot, until you realize it amounts to ten cents or something stupid.

    I’m only shopping @ CVS from now on.

  2. True………it has always been that you can’t get points if you buy something that would normally render points. That is nothing new. 10,000 points is $10 so it can sometimes be a great deal. I’m starting to really like Rite Aid as you can use their points immediately and you can get points too. You also can pick how many points you want to use. Walgreens is probably the most difficult one to use.

    • Monica Bragg says:

      From my understanding you can’t use your points at Rite Aid until after 6 am the next day.

      • OOps…..you are right……..you can use the points at RA the next day. But still is good as they never expire. And you can use points on something that also renders points at RA.