What’s FREE (or almost free) at Walgreens 3/13 – 3/19

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Walgreens-freeHere is our list of Walgreens deals that are free or nearly free in the weekly ad starting 3/13. If you want to check out the full weekly ad and coupon matchups for the week of 3/13 – 3/19 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. I have a question, my Walgreens only had 8 Powerades (needed 10) so I also bought 1 pack of 8 small cans of Sprite (never got those before, 7.5 oz each) and don’t know where to find the code/s to enter in Mycokerewards, do you know where that is?

    Thanks so much for all your help always,


    • Steve Pinski says:

      That is a great question. I bought mini-cans before and I never entered codes. I forgot to look for them. Of course, I have no idea where they would put the codes though. I think they probably don’t have them.

  2. this is what I found on their website but I don’t know what they mean:

    “Fridgepack codes can be found inside the tear-off flap”

    Let me know if you do and if these are considered “fridgepacks”



    • Steve Pinski says:

      Fridgepacks are the cardboard packs like 12-packs where you tear off the flap and can grab cans out of the box easily.

  3. gotcha, let me keep looking to see if I find more info about the mini cans, what would be their name, just mini cans right?