Walgreens Shopping Scenario for Beginners 12/25 – 12/31

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Walgreens ScenarioHere is your Walgreens shopping scenario for beginners for the week of 12/25 through 12/31/16. If you did last week’s transactions, then you are starting the week off with a $8 Register Reward and 14000 Balance Rewards Points ($14 value.)

If you want to view the full Walgreens weekly ad and coupon matchups for the 12/25 – 12/31 weekly ad, go here to view them. If you are shopping later in the week you may also want to check our Walgreens Category for updates.

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Comments

  1. Why not to use 2 Digiorno Coupons for the pizza?

  2. Digiornos are out right?

    Thanks,

    Evelyn

  3. be careful with walgreens. the ones in my area in pinellas county florida will not take internet printed coupons. they claim its because of coupon fraud, and store managers have just issued blanket policies to their cashiers to not accept any printed coupons at all.

    so, to save yourself hassle of gathering items that need coupons, only to get to the register and find out after the fact that they won’t take them… ask first at any walgreens.

    walgreens has become a lot more customer-unfriendly toward coupons users with this policy, which they do not post at the store entrance – I think they should be required to post their policy when it deviates from the corporate site!

  4. I tried a trip to Walgreens today that involved 3 clip-to-card coupons. None of them worked. The manager said that was usually because the product didn’t match the coupons. Fortunately, I printed out the clipped coupons before going to the store. I showed him that, indeed, the products matched the coupons. He said there was nothing he could do
    because he had no control over the app coupons. He offered to give me the number for “corporate” so I could call them. I returned the items and left. The last 5 trips to Walgreens have not worked out. Whether it’s paper coupons or clip-to-card, it never works. I’m done with Walgreens.