What’s FREE (or almost free) at Walgreens 4/2-4/8


Here is our list of Walgreens deals that are free or nearly free in the weekly ad starting 4/2. If you want to check out the full weekly ad and coupon matchups for the week of 4/2 – 4/8 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 – with some exceptions. (If the deal requires you to buy a certain number of an item *like “Buy Two, Get 500 Points”, you can still redeem points and earn the new points. DO NOT redeem points when doing a deal that requires a certain dollar amount like “Buy $15 of Aveeno, Get 5000 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.


-AWESOME NEW $4/2 Colgate Toothpaste printable coupon!
-BIG New $4/2 Stack for Dial or Tone Body Washes or Bar Soaps!
-NEW High-Value $2/1 Nivea Men After Shave, Face Wash or Shave Gel printable coupon!
-RARE NEW High-Value $3/1 Nexxus Product printable coupon!
-Amazon: $0.26/k-cup Victor Allen Donut Shop Blend Coffee w/coupon!
-EARN UP TO $25/HOUR with Shipt (AWESOME Side Gig for Extra Cash!)
-Amazon: $0.76/bottle Boost High Protein Nutritional Drinks w/coupon!

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  1. Why is it that the Walgreens Balance Reward points show a range that you can get, such as
    (Value $5 – $6.25). My Walgreens only gives the value stated in their circulars. How do some people get a higher amount?

    • Steve Pinski says

      Everyone gets the same amounts. The value varies based on how you redeem them. If you redeem 40,000 points at at a time, they are worth $50 (or $1.25 per 1000 points.) At 30,000 points, they are worth $35 (or $1.17 per 1000 points.) At 18,000 points, they are worth $20 (or $1.11 per 1000 points.) Smaller increments are worth exactly $1 per 1000 points.

    • Elaine, if you redeem your points in amounts smaller than 18,000 (as I do), then always look at the lowest value of the points earned in the deal when deciding if it’s worth getting. The Irish Spring body wash are either $0.50 each or a small moneymaker, depending on how you REDEEM points. I never redeem points in large amounts, so that body wash would cost $0.50 each for me. If you are someone who saves up points to use in really large transactions such that you are going to spend 40,000 points in one transaction, then you would be able to count the Irish Spring body wash as a small moneymaker deal.

  2. Thank you very much for the replies to my question. Now I understand that the values stated are based on redeeming not earning.