Walgreens: $10 Register Rewards when you buy Zyrtec?

I just wanted to share this email I received from Melanie.  If you need this product, this seems like a good deal:

I just wanted to pass along a bargain I got at Walgreens today. The Zyrtec 40-45 ct is on sale $26.99 with a $7 RR. Well, I bought mine using a $6 off coupon from the mfg website, and I got a $10 RR! I don’t know why it was $10 instead of $7, but I tried two transactions and I got $10 both times. Makes the final price $10.99.

Has anybody tried buying this product and gotten the same result as Melanie?

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  • Andrea

    I’ll try and confirm later – I need to actually go and get some anyway. If this is the case, this is good news! My husband eats Zyrtec like it is candy at this time of year.

  • VERONICA

    It’s the 45 ct. that’s $26.99.

  • I was just going to post this too! I just bought the 24 count used the $6.00 coupon from the 4/18 RP insert and out popped a $10 reward!

    • Natasha,

      So is it the 24ct or the 40-45 count. the ad says the 40-45 ct are the ones $26.99

      Mercedes

  • Oh, I’m sorry! I got so excited I wrote the wrong thing. I bought the 45 count and it gave me a $10.00 RR.

  • 1956okie

    Did it for me yesterday, too. I bought the 45-count, used a $4 off Q, and it gave me a $10 RR. Love it!

  • Does anyone know if the RR work for childrens Zyrtec?

  • Teri

    Isn’t there a Walgreens store coupon in the April savings book too? Can you stack that with the manufacturer’s coupon?

    • Hi Teri

      The coupon is for the 70ct, unfortunately.

      Mercedes

  • Megan

    You guys should seriously take a look at RiteAid’s rebates because there are a couple of overlapping Allergy rebates. One is the Allergy rebate that is from Feb-end of Aug & and the other one is for April’s rebates. I already did the March rebate too, so I’m overlapping both March and April with the Allergy Rewards program rebate. I figured out that after using $5/$20 Video Value’s coupon, $2 Zyrtec Video Value’s (says liquid gels but works on regular capsules), and the $6 coupon from http://www.zyrtectv.com…I will actually make $21!!! That’s the basic scenario for 30ct & for one run to the store, but do this multiple times (while adding in a free after rebate item as a filler to reach $20) and you could do really well after rebates. Just make sure you reach the $75 (before coupons) and you will make both rebates work for ya!

    • Kelly

      Wish we had Rite Aids.

  • Amy

    There is also a Walgreens q for $2 off Zyrtec from one of the books at an endcap display from last fall (?). I’m not sure if you can use this & the $6 one, but I will try it & let you know! =)

    • Amy

      The 2nd $2 WG q is actually a manufacturer’s q, so I couldn’t stack it with the $6 q. I did get the 45ct Zyrtec $26.99 for $3.99 (after $6 q & then I got both a $10 RR & $7 RR)!

  • Mary

    I did the transaction two different times today. The first transaction I bought the 45count tablets and I received a $10.00 and a $7.00 register reward. I went in at a different store and purchased a 45 count liquid gel cap and only the $7.00 register reward printed. I wonder if the $10.00 register reward is attached to the tablet form? Anyway, I ended up with $24.00 in register rewards!!

  • Laurie

    Thanks for the tip! Today I got the 45 count tablets for $26.99. I used the $6 manufacturer’s coupon, and received both the $7 and $10 Register Rewards. I did this transaction 4 times with the same results. Thats $3.99 each AFTER coupons and RR’s!

  • Keri

    MEghan what scenario are you using to make $20 on the Rite Aid Allergy rebates?

  • Kellee

    I bought 45ct Zyrtec for $26.99 and received a $7RR and $10RR! Thanks for the tip!

  • Hi there,

    You got a $10 RR because there is a monthly RR deal including Zyrtec

    Get $10 RR WYB $25 participating Zyrtec, Tylenol, Simply Sleep, Motrin or St. Joseph products

    • Mary

      I only bought the Zyrtec in each transaction. I did not purchase any Tylenol, Motrin, Simply Sleep or the St. Joseph products.

  • Kate

    I also got the $10 and &7 RR today. Since the zyrtec was the only thing i bought the cashier was a little weary but gave me both of them.

  • Megan

    Keri,
    It’s a pretty detailed scenario, but I’ll try to lay it out here. Please, be aware that apart of my scenario includes the J&J March SCR#24 rebate that included zyrtec, but ended 3/27, so you will not be able to do apart of it. I just think that people might be able to still make a good deal & possibly still close to free.

    My purchases:
    Trans#1 on 3/27 –
    Zyrtec 45ct – $26.99
    $5/$20
    $2C (VV)
    $4C MFG
    OOP $15.99

    Trans #2 on 3/27-
    Zyrtec 45ct – $26.99
    Tampax 20ct – $2.99
    Total Before Coupons =$29.98
    $5/$20
    $2C (VV)
    $2.50C MFG
    Total = $20.48
    $20 RiteAid Gift Cert = OOP $0.48
    Receive $1 Rebate for Tampax

    Rolled = $20 Rebate Gift Certificate
    Total OOP = $15.99+$0.48=$16.47

    Rebates Approved 4/9/10 – $26.00 ($1 & $25)
    ○ $20.00 Successfully Rolled
    ○ $6 Paid after P&G Rebate, but still able to apply the zyrtec purchases to the
    Allergy Rewards SCR #553.

    Trans#3 on 4/15:
    Zrytec 30ct $18.99
    Crest 3D Vivid White TP $2.99
    Total Before Coupons = $21.98
    $5/$20
    $6 Printable Coupon from zyrtectv.com
    $2 Zyrtec VV
    $1 Crest MFG
    = OOP $7.98
    REBATES – $2 Crest & $18.99 Zyrtec toward SCR’s #552 & #553
    Without counting Zyrtec rebates – $5.98 after Rebate

    4th Trans 4/16:
    Zyrtec 30ct $18.99
    Pure & Natural B1G1 Liquid Handsoap – $4.69
    $5/$20
    $3 Pure & Natural VV
    $2 Pure & Natural MFG
    $2 Pure & Natural MFG
    $2 Zyrtec VV
    $6 Zyrtec Printable from website
    = $3.68 OOP
    Reached Allergy Rewards SCR #553 – will receive $20 for spending $75

    5th Planned Trans 4/17:
    Zyrtec 30ct $18.99
    Contact Solution $7.99
    $5/$25 (from RedPlum.com)
    $6 Zyrtec Printable from website
    $2 Zyrtec VV
    = $13.98 OOP
    Total After Rebate for Contact Solution – $5.99
    Reached April Allergy Reward for SCR #552 – $25 for spending $50 (be careful of what count & kind of Zyrtec)

    Finally (sorry so long) my total OOP = $62.11
    – Non-Zyrtec Rebates: $9.98
    – Zyrtec Rebates – $70

    Total After Rebates = $7.89 MONEY MAKER! (Ok, so it didn’t turn out to be the $20 I thought it was, but this is awsome for 180ct of Zyrtec – 5 bottles!)

  • Gina

    I got $17 back tonight!!!! A $10 I guess for the b$25 in Tylenol Products, etc and got the $7 from the Zyrtec! WOW!