Walgreens: Enfamil Formula $13/Can

This week Walgreens has Enfamil formula on sale for $23 each can.  but you can get it for just $13 per can with the following deal:

Enfamil Infant Formula 2/$46, Get a $6 RR when you buy two
Use two $5/1 Enfamil Formula coupon (use zip 30003)
Use $2/1 Enfamil Infant Formula Powder Walgreens Infant Care Booklet (should deduct $4)
Pay $32 and get a $6 Register rewards back

That’s like paying $26 for two cans or $13 each. Plus if you have any formula checks, you can use those to pay and lower your out of pocket expense.

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  • Tara G

    I was wondering about the formula checks. I’ve just started receiving these in the mail (prob because I’m only due in another few weeks) but haven’t gone out and used any of them yet. The ones that I have received they state at the top to “use as a coupon”. Does anyone know the store policy of using the formula checks or will it vary from Store to Store?

    • Jacqueline

      Tara, the formula checks that I have received say that the consumer should use it as a coupon and the retailer should run it as a check. It depends on who you get, but it should be run as a check as it tells the retailer to deposit it with their other customer’s checks.

  • angie

    I have had it go different ways different places and sometimes the same places. Sometimes wal mart will take it as a coupon on top of what you have or as a check on top of what you have and sometimes they will not take it if you used a coupon. I also had them only take one when I had 2 I was trying to use. I have also had a cashier take all of the ones I had. So I think it just depends on who u get and if they are in a good mood or not..hehe

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  • Jacqueline

    If you cannot find the Walgreens infant care book, you can search for the codes online. I suggest writing them down and keeping them in your binder/coupon organizer as they don’t expire until 12/31/2011. I always ask the clerk to use the 4 digit codes at Walgreens and have not had a problem yet. So don’t waste your time searching for their coupons in print, and definitely don’t pay for them!

    However, the infant care coupons are NOT Walgreens store coupons. It specifically says on the coupon that it is a manufacturer’s coupon good at Walgreens and cannot be combined with any other offer. Sometimes, the clerk might override it so that you can use both the code and another coupon. It just depends on who checks you out.