Walgreens Coupon Policy Change – Will Others Follow Suit?

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Oh, boy…

If you haven’t already heard, there have been some changes to the Walgreens coupon policy.

Take a look at rules 7, 9, and 10…

Walgreens will not accept coupons that exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is ever provided in exchange for any coupons.

Remember when some Walgreens stores would adjust the value of a coupon down? Well, not anymore! This change states that Walgreens stores will no longer accept any coupons that exceed the price of an item, so they will no longer adjust the price of a coupon either.

So, if you’re buying an item that’s $.99 and you have a coupon for $1 off? Well, you’re out of luck.

For offers when multiple items are purchased and additional items are free (buy 1 get 1 free; buy 2 get 1 free, etc.), the number of coupons applied to that offer cannot exceed the number of items required in the “buy” portion of the offer.

Coupons may not be applied against any free item received in any offer.

Yikes! This means that you can no longer use a coupon on a free item in a BOGO sale.

These changes will definitely affect couponers who shop at Walgreens, as you can see. I’d love to heaar your thoughts on the matter…

  • Will these changes affect you at all?
  • Are you going to continue shopping and using coupons at Walgreens?
  • Do you think that other drugstores, like CVS and Rite Aid, will follow suit?
  1. Walgreens will not accept coupons that exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is ever provided in exchange for any coupons.

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