Walgreens is a great place to shop, save a ton of money and get lots of Register Rewards (RR) which can be used to purchase other items. Register Rewards are manufacturer coupons that print out of the register after your qualifying purchase. The best part about Register Rewards is that you do not need to have a card or sign up for it, just purchase an item that offers RR’s and you get them. Register Rewards offers do have a household limit so read your flyer carefully. However, there really is no limit on the number of times you can do the offer, you can go to another Walgreens and do an offer again and receive another RR.
Walgreens can be very tricky and somewhat frustrating at times but if you know how to work your coupons, then you will be on your way to saving tons of money!
Register Rewards is money you can use to purchase other things in the store with the exception of some exlusions which are printed on your Register Rewards coupon. You can not redeem your Register Rewards against the same offer otherwise you will not receive another RR. What this means is that if you purchased a P&G product and received a $5.00 RR and went to another store to purchase another P&G product offering RR, you can not use your $5.00 P&G RR to pay for that purchase or you will not receive another RR. The trick is to use your $5.00 P&G RR to pay for another brand offering a RR.
Also because your Register Rewards are manufacturer coupons, you can not combine these with another manufacturer coupon. For instance, let’s say you are buying the Lysol hand soap dispenser on sale for $11.99 and there is a $3.00 off manufacturer coupon that you found in the sunday paper. If you give them your $3.00 off manufacturer coupon, and you also give them one of your $5.00 Register Rewards, it will not accept it. This is because you can only use 1 manufacturer coupon per item. Now if you had a Walgreens store coupon and 1 manufacturer coupon then you can use both. Be very careful how you stack your RR with your manufacturer coupons, this is where it can get tricky.
Walgreens offers a few different types of coupons -
1. Walgreens Weekly Ad coupons – These are printed in the sales flyer each week for you to cut out and bring with you. These can be stacked with other manufacturer coupons for an even greater savings.
2. Walgreens Instant Value Coupon book – These books are found in the front of your favorite Walgreens store. This book is filled with tons of Walgreens instant value coupons.
3. Register Rewards – Is a manufacturer coupon that prints out at the register after your qualifying purchase.
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