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Walgreens.com: FREE Vitamins & Supplements (After Rebate)

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Wow! Here’s a great way to snag the FREE after rebate vitamins and supplements that are available at Walgreens this week without leaving your home. Walgreens actually has these available to purchase online and even highlights the free after rebate offers with a link to the rebate forms. Just scroll down on each of the product pages that I’ve highlighted below and you’ll see in the “Special Values” box a link to each rebate.

Here’s a list of the FREE after rebate vitamins and supplements:

Arctic Naturals Total Omega Full Spectrum Support for Joint Skin and Heart Health Supplement Softgels Lemon $15 (Reg. $16.99!)
Submit for the $15 mail-in rebate
Final cost FREE!

BluScience Heart Blu Dietary Supplement Capsules $14 (Reg. $27.99!)
Submit for the $14 mail-in rebate
Final cost FREE!


Factor Nutrition Labs Ubiquinol CoQ10 Dietary Supplement Capsules
$10 (Reg. $29.99!)
Submit for the $10 mail-in rebate
Final cost FREE!


Sundown Naturals Vitamin D 1000 IU Softgels
$4 (Reg. $5.99!)
Submit for the $4 mail-in rebate
Final cost FREE!

* Purchase at least $25 worth of these vitamins and supplements and you’ll score FREE shipping, as Walgreens offers up FREE shipping on orders of $25 or more. Also, I would suggest printing the rebate forms now for all of the products you decide to purchase. That way you will have these forms on hand when you receive your products in the mail, and then you’ll easily be able to submit for the mail-in rebates. Plus, Walgreens could decide to remove these rebate forms from their site at anytime.

* Keep in mind that you can opt to purchase these in-store instead… I’ve highlighted these rebate offers in the Walgreens weekly deals. The advantage of buying in-store is that you’ll be able to submit your rebates online – which will save you the cost of postage. Note that online purchases require you to mail-in the rebate forms.

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15 Hip Readers Commented

  • Zack says:

    Also, getting these items in-store helps me burn my Register Rewards without having to buy random stuff. It’s basically like cashing them out!

  • Suzanne says:

    I was going to get the Physician’s Formula makeup deal last week but decided not to b/c I didn’t want to pay shipping and would have to buy too much makeup to get the free shipping. Thankfully, when I went in to get these vitamins, the item I wanted was still in my cart and still the discounted price! :)

  • JoAnna says:

    Can you use the $5 off of $25 coupon found on Walgreen’s website and still receive the full rebate back?

  • Martina says:

    Go through shopathome for 8% cashback and use NewMOM5 on a $30 purchase with 1 baby item and get $5 off. I got 29 worth in the free vitamins and a baby snack for less then 29 and will get 29 in rebates. So free plus the overage and the 8% cash back!

  • Suzanne says:

    Thanks for the tip, Martina! And for the info Collin!!! I used the newmom5 code and purchased some baby wash that I was needing to stock up on… free! Also, went through shop at home for 8% back… which is more back than the postage I will spend – and, I didn’t have to drive to the store (saved gas and time) or deal with my Walgreens cashier (usually not very friendly…) :)

  • cdawnt says:

    I bought all of these in Walgreen’s and submitted my rebates online. It was so easy to do and then I opted for the Walgreen’s card instead of cash so I could get a 10% bonus that will cover my tax and then a little. I got an email confirmation. The card never expires! They say you have to wait 8-10 weeks. Seems like an awful long time for an online rebate plus I’m asking for a card instead of cash, so wonder why it takes so long. Sometimes I I think they make us wait so long cause they hope we’ll forget all about it.

  • Eva says:

    How do we know which vitamins qualify for the rebate in store? Will the rebate form print after purchase? What’s the limit? Sorry, I’m a newb.

  • Tina says:

    I’ve never submitted for a MIR thru Walgreens; however, I decided to buy the sundown and used a $1 mfr coupon, $2 RR and gift card to pay for it and a .13 valentine bag. One mgr said that I couldn’t use coupons and RR to pay for the item if I wanted to get my money back in MIR. The other mgr said that could. Anyone know for certain. Thanks.

  • WGREBATER1 says:

    Walgreens Rebate Advice: Read the rebate forms CAREFULLY! If you buy your product online, you can online submit with an online form. A link will be posted next the eligible product at Walgreens.com. If you purchase the product IN STORE, all the information you need is at http://www.walgreensrebate.com. With in store purchases you can submit online or mail in— and additional copies of the monthly savings book can be found here.

  • mday says:

    Hey just letting you all know off the Topic that Walgreens has a good sale on John Frieda and Perfect 10 by I believe Loreal or Clariaol for just 6.19 but if you have a 2.00 or 3.00 coupon from coupon.com or previous inserts you can score this babies for about 1/2 the priceā€¦ Not bad for high valued hair color..

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