The key to saving money on your groceries is to know how each store’s sales and savings programs work. This post will give you the basics for shopping at Walgreens so you can have a successful shopping trip! Be sure to check out the Full Walgreens Matchups as well.
First of all check out the Walgreens Coupon Policy. I recommend that you even print a copy of this policy and bring it with you while you shop (Mobile user? Check out the free app “Coupon Policy”, and skip the printing!). That way if any discrepancies arise you have the answer it in back and white.
WALGREENS BALANCE REWARDS
In September of 2012, Walgreen introduced the Balance Rewards program for in store and online purchases. You MUST have a Balance Rewards card to receive the ad prices.
- Save on sale items each week
- Earn points on thousands of items, including every prescription and immunization
- Get points when you Walk with Walgreens
- Redeem points for items you love
Earned Points are converted into Redemption Dollars in five (5) tiers:
(1) 5,000 points = $5
(2) 10,000 points =$10
(3) 18,000 points =$20
(4) 30,000 points =$35
(5) 40,000 points =$50
You can choose to either redeem your Walgreens Balance Rewards Points or continue saving Points to use on a future purchase. When you decide to redeem your Walgreens Balance Rewards Points, the Points will be converted into Redemption Dollars and the value of the Redemption Dollars will be deducted from the total price of your purchase. You can even download an app to help you keep track on the go!