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Safeway (Tom Thumb): NEW “Just For U” Personalized Savings Program!

Aug 22, 2012

Safeway recently rolled out a new savings program called “Just for U”. With this new program, you’ll receive personalized deals and savings on the items you already buy!

The program is available at Safeway and all their affiliate stores: Tom Thumb, Randall’s, Dominicks, Carrs, Pavilions, Genuardi’s, and Vons.

To start getting these great savings, make sure to register on the your store’s website with your email address and reward card number. Then you can start browsing your personalized deals!

There are three main areas of the “Just for U” savings center: the coupon center, personalized deals, and your club specials.

Coupon Center

The coupon center contains digital coupons that you load onto your reward card. The digital coupons do not double and are one-time use only.

The digital coupons are the same for everyone, though they are sorted based on your purchase history. Some coupons will vary by region.

You cannot stack a paper manufacturer coupon with a manufacturer’s digital coupon. You’ll be able to tell the difference between the store coupons and manufacturer’s coupon by looking at the type of discount. If it says $1 OFF, then it is a manufacturer discount. If it says $1 EACH then it is a store discount. Notice the difference below, the Starbucks coupon is a manufacturer’s coupon and the International Delight coupon is a store coupon.

If you accidentally stack, and your paper coupon is better than the digital coupon or vice versa, the computer will give you the better deal and return your unused coupon.

Personalized Deals

Under the personalized deals section you’ll find offers that are just for YOU. These offers are based on your shopping history so you’ll get discounts on the items you frequently buy.

It is important to make sure you aren’t sharing your card with anyone – if you see offers for cat food, but you don’t have a cat, then you might want to rethink letting your cat-owning family member use your card occasionally. The offers are better personalized if each family has their own card.

These personalized deals are great because you’ll get savings on things you may not save on very often – like produce! Over the past couple of weeks I’ve received personalized prices for watermelon, cucumbers, green onions, and more!

Remember, these deals are not going to be the same for everyone. If your neighbor shops at the same store as you and even buys the same items as you, it doesn’t mean that you’ll get the same deals. However, if you do both get the same offer, it will be for the same price. That means if you get a personalized offer for bananas for 47¢/lb, then your neighbor who got an offer for bananas will also have the same 47¢/lb price (not higher or lower).

The personalized deals are unlimited – that means you can get as many as you want, as many times as you want! If I had a personalized price for milk for $1.50/gallon, I could buy 2 gallons today, 1 tomorrow, 3 next week, and so on until the personalized offer expired.

You may even occasionally see personalized deals for FREE items – these are one-time use only though.

There are new offers added every week and you’ll get an email when the new personalized deals are available.

Another great thing about the personalized deals is that you can stack manufacturer’s coupons with them!

Your Club Specials

The “Your Club Specials” section lists all the sale prices for the week. These are the same for everyone, but you’ll see that the sales are listed in order of importance based on the items you purchase most. That makes it a little easier to find the sales you’re looking for.

Mobile App

If you have a smartphone, be sure the download the Tom Thumb app! It really is helpful! You can access your personalized deals and coupon center (your club specials are not accessible on the app) while you are right there in the store. You can add the deals and coupons to your card and then create a shopping list.

What I love most about the app is that it automatically updates as items are added or removed from the shopping list. Say your husband runs to the store for a couple items and you remember that you need milk and eggs. Just add the items to the list and when your husband checks the “my list” section of the app, he’ll see the new items on there.

I think this new program has a lot of potential! It sounds like a fairly easy way to save money if you find paper coupons to be too much of a hassle.

Disclaimer: I was invited to attend a Tom Thumb blogger event to get the full scoop on the new savings program. I was provided with gift cards.

CVS BOGO Free Coupon Policy Update 2012

Feb 13, 2012

CVS has updated their coupon policy and they now address buy one get one free coupons and sales!

The new CVS Coupon Policy states:

Two coupons may be used on a Buy One, Get One Free promotion as long as it does not exceed the item total.

  • Example: Suave Shampoo is on sale for $2.00 Buy One, Get One Free and the customer is purchasing two shampoos; customer may use two coupons for $1.00 each and pay the applicable tax.

Buy One, Get One Free promotions may be combined with Buy One, Get One Free Coupons. Customers are responsible for paying applicable tax.

  • Example: Suave Shampoo is on sale for $2.00 BOGO and customer has a MFG coupon for Suave BOGO. Customer will receive both items for free but will need to pay any applicable tax.

This new update is wonderful and should really help with any problems that shoppers have had with using coupons on BOGO sales.

Download and print a copy to carry with you when shopping: CVS Coupon Policy – 2012 Update

Like shopping at CVS? Here’s where to find CVS coupons and sales updates.

Thanks, Common Sense with Money!

CVS Official Coupon Policy

Sep 10, 2011

CVS has finally posted the Official CVS Coupon Policy online! This should be helpful for those of you who have been running into problems at CVS lately.

Here the points from the coupon policy that will answer some of your most frequently asked questions:

General

  • CVS/pharmacy does not accept expired coupons.
  • Competitor coupons are not accepted at CVS/pharmacy.
  • The total value of the coupons may not exceed the value of the transaction. Sales tax must be paid if required by state law.

Sale Items

  • CVS/pharmacy will accept manufacturer coupons for an item that is on sale.
  • In the event that any item’s price is less than the value of the coupon, CVS/pharmacy will accept the coupon only to the price of the item.
  • CVS/pharmacy does not provide cash back in exchange for any coupons.

Multiple Coupons

  • CVS/pharmacy accepts one third-party manufacturer coupon and applicable CVS/pharmacy coupon(s) for the purchase of a single item, unless prohibited by either coupon offer.
  • The number of third-party manufacturer coupons used in a transaction may not exceed the number of items in the transaction.
  • The coupon amount will be reduced if it exceeds the value of the item after other discounts or coupons are applied. (For example, a $5.00 coupon for a $4.99 item will result in a $4.99 coupon value).
  • CVS/pharmacy accepts multiple identical coupons for multiple qualifying items as long as there is sufficient stock to satisfy other customers, unless a limit is specified. Management reserves the right to limit the quantity of items purchased.
  • CVS/pharmacy reserves the right to process coupons in any order.

Internet/Print at Home Coupons

  • CVS/pharmacy accepts valid internet/print at home coupons containing a barcode.
  • CVS/pharmacy will not accept reproductions or rebates

They did not address whether or not you can use two coupons on a B1G1 sale or if you can use a B1G1 coupon on a B1G1 sale. Hopefully they will add those policies to it in the future.

You can read the full coupon policy here. You may want to print a copy to have on hand in case you run into issues at CVS!

For more tips for shopping at CVS, read CVS 101: The Simple Guide to Shopping at CVS.

No More Double Coupons at Kroger Stores in Texas

Sep 7, 2011

No More Double or Triple Coupons for Texas Kroger Stores

As you may have heard by now, Kroger is officially ending the double/triple coupon program at stores in Texas on September 13, 2011. On page 4 of this week’s ad you can find this short notification:

“We gladly accept coupons Manufacturer or Digital at face value. Beginning September 14, we will no longer double or triple coupons. See store for details.”

This is very disappointing news for shoppers who are loyal to Kroger because of the double/triple coupon incentive.

Kroger will still continue to accept coupons at face value as well as digital coupons (eCoupons).

This new policy will affect all Kroger stores in Texas (with the exception of the 3 stores in the Bryan-College Station area). There is no “official” news of whether or not this new change will eventually affect Kroger stores nationwide.

*Update – even though Louisiana is in the same division, they are not included in this change. Only Texas stores are affected.

Should We Blame TLC’s “Extreme Couponing”?

According to the Kroger FAQ, Extreme Couponing is not to blame.

“We introduced the double-triple program in the 1980s at a time when digital coupons, and other savings programs and lower pricing initiatives did not exist. Coupon options have changed over the past few years and shoppers now have more opportunities than ever before to save at Kroger through our fuel rewards, generic drug pricing, 10% senior discount and other programs.”

While Extreme Couponing may not be the sole reason, I find it coincidental that Houston Kroger stores stopped doubling coupons just a few short months after Extreme Couponing first aired and now DFW is ending their double coupon program just a few weeks before the second season of the show airs. I can only assume, but I think that people are mimicking the illegitimate couponing tactics portrayed on the show and now stores are having to do damage control.

What Can You Do?

  • Voice your opinion. Let Kroger know how much you value their double coupon program by emailing them and contacting them on Facebook and Twitter. Please do so in a polite manner, I do not encourage you to be rude about it.
  • Do not support TLC’s “Extreme Couponing”. This means you need to stop watching the show. It’s coming back for a 2nd season because it gets good ratings. If you want the madness to stop, you have to stop tuning in.

Even if you are in another area, this can still affect you. Kroger may be the first, but they are unlikely to be the last to change their coupon policies.

For more information, see the Kroger Southwest Coupon Guidelines and Kroger Southwest Frequently Asked Questions.

Target Updated Coupon Policy

Jun 14, 2011

Target has updated their coupon policy again. There are a couple of important changes so I wanted to share them with you.

Target does not accept internet coupons for free items with no purchase requirements.

This is unfortunate but completely understandable. I very rarely bother printing “free” coupons because very few stores will accept them.

Buy One Get One Free Coupons (BOGO):

1. BOGO coupons cannot be combined (i.e. you cannot use two BOGO coupons on two items and get both for free). Unless stated otherwise on the coupon, the use of one Buy One Get One Free coupon requires that two of the valid items are presented at checkout of which one item will be charged to the guest and the 2nd item will be discounted by its full retail price.

2. A second cents-off coupon of the same type cannot be redeemed towards the purchase price of the first item.

  • If a Target BOGO coupon is used, one additional manufacturer coupon maybe used on the first item.
  • If a Manufacturer BOGO coupon is used, one additional Target coupon may be used on the first item.

I have never heard of a store that will accept two BOGO coupons on the same two items, so I’m a little surprised that this is mentioned. It is generally known that you cannot combine two BOGO coupons.

I am glad to see them clear up whether or not you can use a 2nd coupon toward the item you’re paying for when using a BOGO coupon. I know this is a highly debated topic and is usually a matter of conscience, however when it is clearly outlined in the store policy then you must adhere to the store’s rules.

This also means you can no longer use coupons on items that you get for “free” with coupons. If you have a BOGO Target coupon then you can use a manufacturer coupon on the non-free item but not on the free item. If you have a BOGO Manufacturer’s coupon then you can use a Target coupon on the non-free item but not on the free item.

You can see the full list of guidelines here: Target Coupon Policy.

I highly recommend you print and carry a copy of Target’s Coupon Policy with you when you shop.

No More Double Coupons at Kroger (Houston area)

Apr 1, 2011

No More Double or Triple Coupons at Kroger (Houston Area ONLY)

As you may have heard by now, Kroger is officially ending the double/triple coupon program at stores in the Houston area on April 13, 2011. This is very disappointing news for shoppers who are loyal to Kroger because of the double/triple coupon incentive.

“With the growing popularity of digital coupons, mobile apps and manufacturers producing coupons valued at more than 50 cents, we feel it’s an ideal time to test out a new money-saving program and discontinue double/triple. There’s a possibility we may re-introduce double/triple by hosting special shopping events intermittently.”

Kroger will still continue to accept coupons at face value as well as digital coupons (eCoupons). I’m curious to hear more about their new money-saving program that they will be launching April 13th.

The discontinuance of the double/triple program only applies to 104 store locations in these Greater Houston cities: Alvin, Angleton, Baytown, Beaumont, Clute, Conroe, Crosby, Cypress, Dickinson, Friendswood, Galveston, Hedwig Village, Houston, Humble/Kingwood, Huntsville, Katy, La Porte, League City, Magnolia, Missouri City, Orange, Pasadena, Pearland, Porter, Richmond, Rosenberg, Seabrook, Spring, Sugar Land, Texas City, The Woodlands, Tomball, and Willis.

There is no “official” news of whether or not this new change will eventually affect Kroger stores in other areas.

New Kroger Coupon Policy

Kroger has issued an official revised coupon policy that applies to all Kroger stores in the Southwest region.

They have clarified that a digital coupon and manufacturer paper coupon may not be combined on the purchase of a single item. If you have loaded an eCoupon to your Kroger card, then the register will not allow you to use a manufacturer paper coupon. This means you need to carefully choose which coupons you load to your card because they cannot be removed once applied to your purchase.

They have also made it clear that you cannot use a coupon on a “free” item (as in a b1g1 free sale) or use a $/1 coupon in addition to a b1g1 free coupon.

You may also be interested in knowing that they will now be giving cash back (or overage applied to your other purchases) if your coupon is greater than the amount of the product! That is very nice news!

For more information, see the Kroger Southwest Coupon Guidelines and Kroger Southwest Frequently Asked Questions.

NEW Walmart Official Coupon Policy

Mar 7, 2011

Walmart has finally issued an Official Walmart Coupon Policy online! I suggest printing off a copy so you have it on hand when you shop, just in case you have problems redeeming your coupons.

You can view and print the Official Walmart Coupon Policy HERE.

Walmart WILL accept the following:

  • Manufacturer’s coupons
  • Printed-at-home Internet coupons - WILL NOT accept printed-at-home coupons for items that require no purchase (“free” item coupons). B1G1 Free coupons require a purchase so these are valid. Coupons MUST be legible, have “manufacturer’s coupon” written on it, have a valid remit address for the manufacturer, valid expiration date, and a bar code that is scannable.
  • Competitor’s coupons that feature a specific item for a specific price. For example, a coupon that says: Kelloggs Cornflakes $2.99. This is like price matching from a competitor’s ad. They will not accept any other store coupons that say, for example: $0.50/1 off Tide or 50% off Tide.
  • Competitor’s Check Out Coupons or “Catalinas”. They MUST be legible, have “manufacturer’s coupon” written on them with specific requirements, a valid remit address for the manufacturer on them, a valid expiration date, and a scannable bar code.
  • Soft drink container caps.

Wal-mart WILL NOT accept the following:

  • Print at home internet coupons that require NO purchase.
  • Other competitors store coupons for dollar or cents off a product, percent off a product, buy 1 get 1 free, or double-triple off. To make this clear NO Store coupons from other places will be accepted unless they are for a specific item at a specific price. For example: you have a coupon for Tide liquid detergent and the coupon states it is to be sold for $5.99. Wal-mart will then take the coupon and sell you the Tide for $5.99.

Wal-mart Guidelines and Limitations:

  • Limit 1 coupon per item.
  • Coupons must have an expiration date and be used prior to expiration.
  • Coupons may exceed the price of the item. Change may be given or applied towards the cost of the basket purchase.
  • We only accept coupons for the merchandise we sell.
  • Coupons must be presented at the time of purchase.
  • We accept the following with Customer Service Supervisor or Management approval: 40 or more coupons, any coupon over $20, or $50 or more in coupons in a single transaction.

What do you think? Will this make coupon shopping at Walmart easier?

Thanks, Consumer Queen!

Kroger 101: How to Shop and Save Money at Kroger Stores

Jan 26, 2011

Kroger 101 - how to shop and save money at Kroger stores.

Kroger is my favorite grocery store because they double and triple coupons, have great sales, and they have a very nice selection of organic foods. If you simply walk into a Kroger and buy whatever you want, you aren’t going to save very much money. If you shop wisely, pay attention to sales, and use coupons, then you can save a ton! I am going to show you how!

Kroger Plus Card

The first thing you need is a Kroger Plus Card. You can get one of these at the customer service desk by filling out a short form. You will need to use this card every single time you shop in order to get the sale prices.

Be sure and register your card on the Kroger website. You will definitely want to include your mailing address because they frequently mail out coupons! You will receive coupon booklets periodically, as well as personalized coupons based on your shopping habits (these usually include coupons for a free product or two!).

You also earn points that can be used to save money on fuel at Kroger or select Shell gas stations. If you spend $100 on groceries then you earn 100 points. 100 points = 10¢ off per gallon of fuel for each fill-up. You can read more about the fuel program on the Kroger website.

Double/Triple Coupons

The best part about Kroger is that they double and triple manufacturer’s coupons! The will triple any coupon that is $0.39 or less, and they will double any coupon that is $0.50 or less. That means your $0.50 coupon is actually worth $1 if you use it at Kroger! The doubling will happen automatically at the register. Your receipt will look like this:

Scanned coupon 0.50-
Bonus coupon 0.50-
Scanned coupon 0.25-
Bonus coupon 0.50-

You see that your $0.50 coupon was scanned, plus you see that Kroger gave you the additional $0.50 doubling discount. Another way of describing doubling would be Kroger is “matching your coupon savings”. Pretty cool deal, yes?

You have to keep in mind that Kroger will only double/triple 3 of the same coupon per transaction. That means if you want to buy 4 toothpastes and use 4 coupons for $0.50 off, only the first 3 will double. The 4th one will be accepted, but will not double. (I have heard rumors that Kroger no longer limits the number of doubled coupons, but I cannot confirm this.)

Some coupons, especially internet printable coupons, say “Do Not Double or Triple”. These coupons will still double or triple at the register as long as the bar code starts with a “5″. (Your cashier can override this and manually enter the coupon to avoid doubling, but that very rarely happens.) If the bar code starts with a “0″ or a “9″ then it will not double or triple. Kroger does not double or triple eCoupons either.

***Kroger no longer doubles or triples coupons.

eCoupons

Kroger also accepts another form of coupons called “eCoupons”. Electronic coupons are loaded onto your Kroger card and are automatically deducted at checkout. The coupons do not double or triple and can only be used once per card. You can find eCoupons on these websites:

You simply create an account on those websites with your Kroger loyalty card. You then check those websites before going shopping to see which coupons are available. Select the ones you think you might use and save them to your store card. When you buy those items the eCoupon will automatically deduct the savings at the register. Please note that you can only use a paper coupon OR an eCoupon for an item. If you try to use both, the register may reject your paper coupon.

Sales

Kroger has amazing sales. They usually have “Mega Events” about once a month as well as some great 10/$10 sales. By pairing your coupons with the sale prices, you can get some great bargains!

A common misconception is that you have to buy 10 items in a 10 for $10 sale. This is not true. You can buy just ONE item and still get the sale price of $1! The same applies to 2/$4 sales, 3/$5 sales, etc. The prices are listed this way because the stores want you to buy more items.

Mega Events are sales that require the purchase of a certain number of items to get savings. It’s usually something along the lines of “Buy 10 participating items and save $5 instantly.” There are typically a ton of items included in the sale at various prices, and you can mix & match the different products. In this example, you will need to buy 10 items exactly to get the advertised prices. You can buy more than 10, but you will have to buy in groups of 10. So, if you bought 20, you will receive (2) $5 savings on your receipt. If you buy 11, then you will pay $0.50 more for the 11th item. Let me give you an example.

Goldfish Crackers are on sale for $1, pay just $0.50 if you buy in groups of 10. Kraft Macaroni & Cheese is on sale for $1, pay just $0.50 if you buy in groups of 10. Let’s say you want to buy 5 of each product. Your receipt would look like this:

Goldfish Crackers $1
Goldfish Crackers $1
Goldfish Crackers $1
Goldfish Crackers $1
Goldfish Crackers $1
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese $1
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese $1
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese $1
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese $1
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese $1
Mega Event $5 Off – $5
Tax $0
****Balance $5

So, it’s like paying just $0.50 per item after the mega event savings. Had you bought an 11th product though, you would have paid $1 for that item instead of $0.50, since the $5 Mega Event discount only deducts after each 10 items you buy.

Markdowns

Another thing to look for at Kroger is manager’s specials! I frequently see produce, baked goods, dairy, and meat marked down in order to sell quickly. These items are usually nearing their expiration date, so plan to use them quickly if you buy them. Be sure to inspect the items carefully so you don’t buy an item that has already spoiled. Find out which day your store marks down items and try to shop on those days to get the best selection.

Stack Your Savings

Kroger does have some great sales, but if you really want to maximize your savings then you need to use coupons on the sale items. I get all my hand soap for free because I wait for a Kroger sale to use my coupon. Whenever Kroger has Dial hand soap on sale for $1, I will use my $0.35 Dial soap coupon, Kroger will triple my coupon, then I get the soap for FREE!

If you’ve shopped at Kroger before, but thought they were too expensive, I recommend giving them another try now that you are armed with this information!

*Please note that this information applies to Kroger stores in the north Texas region. Kroger stores in other areas of the country may vary in policy.

Aldi Shopping Guide

Sep 7, 2010

A simple guide to shopping and saving at Aldi discount supermarkets!


Now that Aldi stores are popping up here in Texas, I thought I would share what I know about shopping at Aldi.  I lived in Ohio for a short time with an Aldi store just minutes from my house.  While I usually preferred shopping at grocery stores where I could get better deals with coupons, I would shop at Aldi occasionally for their fantastic prices on produce and dairy.  I have really missed that store since moving back to Texas, so I’m really excited that there is now an Aldi not too far from my house!

Here is your guide to shopping at Aldi:

1. Everday Low Prices. Aldi regular prices are great compared to grocery store regular prices.  They have excellent prices on produce and staples like milk, eggs, and cheese.  If you don’t use coupons, then you might find that you can save a lot more by shopping at Aldi.

2. No Coupons. Aldi does not accept coupons.  It wouldn’t make much difference even if they did because they carry very few brand name items.  The brand name items that they do sell could probably be purchased for less with a coupon at another store.

3. Bring a Quarter. You will need to bring a quarter to rent  a shopping cart.  The carts are held together by a sort of chain system.  You have to insert a quarter to remove a cart.  To get your quarter back, you have to return your cart and hook it back up to the chain system. I actually think this is a brilliant idea. (Though I have had to borrow a quarter from someone a time or two, lol!)

4. Bring Shopping Bags. At Aldi you will have to bag your own groceries and bring your own grocery bags.  They do sell some (5¢ for paper, 10¢ for plastic) in case you forget though.  You can also collect empty boxes from around the store to use to transport your groceries.  At checkout, you place your items on the belt and the cashier scans them and places them back in your cart.  You then take you cart to a table along the wall where you bag up your groceries yourself.

5. Double Back Guarantee. Since most of the products sold at Aldi are private label brands you might be wary to try them.  They offer a double back guarantee - if you are dissatisfied with the product, they will replace it AND refund your money!  I have yet to try something from Aldi that I did not like though!

6. Bring Cash. Aldi only accepts cash, debit, or food stamps/EBT cards.

7. Small and Simple. Aldi is able to offer their low prices because they don’t spend a lot of money on “frills.”  They don’t advertise very much or pay for greeters, baggers, or cart-chasers.  They do not really decorate their store or offer a deli, bakery, or butcher.  The store is also very small – which really saves you time!

I really love the simplicity and ease of saving money at Aldi.  If you have one nearby, you might consider stopping in to check it out!

Do you shop at Aldi? What do you like or dislike about it?

Walgreens Official Coupon Policy

Aug 27, 2010

Walgreens has finally posted their official coupon policy on their website!  I checked out my window and don’t see any flying pigs, but I might have just missed them….hehe.

Here the points from the coupon policy that will answer some of your most frequently asked questions:

General

  • Competitor coupons are not accepted at Walgreens.
  • The number of manufacturer coupons, including Register Rewards manufacturer coupons, may not exceed the number of items in the transaction. The total value of the coupons may not exceed the value of the transaction. Sales tax must be paid, if required by state law.
  • Any coupon offer not covered in these guidelines will be accepted at the discretion of Walgreens management.

Sale Items

  • Walgreens will accept manufacturer coupons for an item that is on sale.
  • In the event that any item’s selling price is less than the value of the coupon, Walgreens will only accept the coupon in exchange for the selling price of the item. Coupon redemption can never exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is ever provided in exchange for any coupons.

Multiple Coupons

  • When purchasing a single item, Walgreens accepts one manufacturer coupon and applicable Walgreens coupon(s) for the purchase of a single item, unless prohibited by either coupon offer.
  • The coupon amount must be reduced if it exceeds the value of the item after other discounts or coupons are applied. (For example, a $5.00 coupon for a $4.99 item will result in a $4.99 coupon value).
  • When purchasing multiple items, Walgreens accepts multiple identical coupons for multiple qualifying items as long as there is sufficient stock to satisfy other customers, unless a limit is specified. Management reserves the right to limit the quantity of items purchased.

Buy One, Get One Free Coupons

  • When items are featured in a Buy One, Get One Free promotion, up to two coupons can be used against the items being purchased, as long as the net price does not go below zero for the items being purchased.

Internet/Print at Home Coupons

  • Walgreens accepts valid internet/print at home coupons.

Register Rewards Coupons

  • There is a limit of one Register Rewards (RR) printed per offer per customer per transaction.
  • Customers redeeming a Register Rewards against the same offer may not receive another RR.
  • The RR coupon value cannot exceed the total purchase amount. No cash back and no cash value for RR coupon.
  • The number of manufacturer coupons, including RR manufacturer coupons, must not exceed the number of items in the transaction.
  • Register Rewards must be forfeited if the qualifying merchandise is returned.
  • Register Rewards cannot be used toward the purchase of gift cards and pre-paid cards.

You can read the full coupon policy here.  You may want to print a copy to have on hand in case you run into issues at Walgreens!

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