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Walgreens: Sunday, 4/7 Only, Earn 5,000 Balance Rewards Points (= $5 Reward) w/ $30 Purchase

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Calling all Walgreens shoppers! Tomorrow (or today for some of you), 4/7 only, you can earn 5,000 Balance Rewards Points (which equals a $5 reward) with any purchase of $30 or more before taxes and after all Walgreens Coupons and discounts are applied – note that this $30 purchase must be spent in a single transaction. You can also shop in-store or online.

To get the most bang for your buck with this offer, be sure to check out all the great Walgreens Deals that you can score this week.

* Balance Rewards point offer good 4/7/2013 except when otherwise noted. Points will not be earned in a transaction where Redemption Dollars or Store Credit is used. $30 must be spent in a single transaction and purchase amount is calculated before taxes and after all Walgreens Coupons and discounts are applied. Point Promotions will not apply to and Points cannot be earned or redeemed on purchases of: alcohol; dairy; tobacco; stamps; phone/prepaid/gift cards; money orders/transfers; transportation passes; lottery tickets; charitable donations; pseudoephedrine or ephedrine product; prescriptions, health tests, contact lenses or other healthcare items or services; Prescription Savings Club membership fee; Take Care Clinic services or certain items that are excluded in particular Point Promotions, and any other items specified as exclusions by the Company from time to time or where prohibited by law.

(Thanks, Family Savings, Mister Cheap, and Brandice!)

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27 Hip Readers Commented

  • Maureen says:

    This means it is calculated before manufacturers coupons, right? So we can spend less than 30 oop and still earn 5000 pts if we use manufacturers coupons?

  • Maureen says:

    Thanks, In that case here are some deals I’m thinking of
    most require large quantities still trying to figure out how to mix and match for good deals without large quantities

    Cereal- general mills and cascadian 1.99 each
    buy 16 for $32
    use $8 in coupons (or more but it looked like each type had 50c or more available)
    pay 24 oop get 13000 bal reward
    Like getting 16 boxes for $11 so 69 cents per box (or less if buy the kinds with higher value coupons)
    Might be great for foodbank donation for those who don’t need quite that much cereal

    Purell
    buy 10 for 29.90 plus small filler item (39cent butterfinger?)
    use $5 in coupons $1/2
    pay approx 25 oop get 11000 balance
    like paying $14 for 10 or $1.40 each

    Lysol or resolve products 2 for $5
    buy 12 for $30
    use combinations of coupons (.25-.75) guessing around $4 depending on combo
    pay $26 oop get 8000 balance
    like getting 12 items for $18 or $1.50 each

    Scrubbing bubbles, shout, windex, glade etc 2 for $6
    buy 10 for $30
    use approx $5 of coupons (or more if have several glade coups)
    pay $25 oop get 11000 balance points
    like getting 10 items for $14 or $1.40 each

    reach floss 2 for $6
    buy 10 for $30
    use $5 coupons
    pay $25 oop get $3 RR and 20000 balance
    like paying $2 for 10 or 20 cents each and boy wont your dentist be happy!

    Hope these numbers are right, please let me know if you see an error in my reasoning. Would prefer to find out before I get to the checkout.

    • Maureen says:

      Thinking of doing this combo:

      2 bandaids $6 (3000 pts)
      2 neosporin $8 (3000 pts)
      4 reach $12 (6000 pt)
      4 resolve or lysol $10 (1000 pts)
      $36- $1 bandaid coup – $2*2 neosporin coup – $1*2 reach coup -$0.50*4 lysol/resolve coups
      $27 oop get $3rr and 18000 pts
      like getting it all for $6 then submit $5 rebate for neosporin/band-aid so $1!!

      Do you think the rebate would work or do I need to spend $1 more on the rebate products since after manu coupons I am only paying $9 or is it figured before coupons?

    • Diana says:

      I did the Scrubbing Bubbles deal just now and for every 4 I bought, I got 2,000 points AND a $3 RR (Catalina deal) so do yours 4 at a time or else only one RR will print.

      • Maureen says:

        Wonder if that’s just scrubbing bubbles or also the shout, Windex and other cleaning items in that group too. I might have to go back up to Walgreens later today. Thanks for the info.

  • Carol says:

    Maureen, Thanks for coming up with these scenarios. I hope someone answers your question about the rebate.

  • jenn says:

    if you shop online you also get $10 off of a $50 purchase with 10off50 code, and you always get free shipping for over $25

  • Linda says:

    Has anyone tried this yet? I noticed that some folks are talking about getting Band-Aids, Neosporin, Reach Floss etc. The fine print says not good on healthcare items…seems kind of ambiguous, but wouldn’t those items be considered healthcare?

    I want to get vitamins, Glucerna and Tylenol, but those are all in the “healthcare”isle as well.

    Thoughts?

  • allison says:

    Does anyone know what they mean by store credit – I have a Walgreens gift card and am curious if they won’t give me the 5000 pts if I pay with a Walgreens gift card. I have never heard of “store credit” before at Walgreens. Any replies would be greatly appreciated!!

    • katee says:

      the gift card will make you not get the points. don’t use it

      • Diana says:

        Katee is mistaken. I just did 3 transactions and used a gift card to pay and still got my 5,000 points all 3 times. I think store credit refers to your points. If you pay with your points, you won’t get the 5,000.

    • crystal says:

      I believe if you return something, and they put it on a Walgreens card, for store credit, then you won’t get points. Maybe that is what katee is referring to.

      • Allison says:

        Thanks all. Now it is clear that the store credit refers to when you return something on a red Walgreens card and gift cards are different. Thank you so much for all your responses!!! Now off to shop!

  • Sara says:

    This deal can be done more than once also! I went to a few Walgreens this morning and did it twice! 5,000 points each time! Happy, happy, happy!!

  • Beth says:

    I just left Walgreen’s & spent $30.44 after coupons & RR. Because it said on my reciept that I’d I earned 5,000 points for something I’d bought NOT for spending $30 I asked about the other 5,000 points. The shift manager told me that he’d never heard of the today’s spend $30 get 5,000 points. They wanted me to print out the email I’d gotten and bring it back to get the points. I ended up calling customer service & they gave me the points. I’m happy now! Today I earned 12,200 points!

  • adrienne says:

    there is the $2 off if two Lysol coupon in the cons and flu book. I bought 12 Lysol products. 2/$5 =$30 minus $12 coupons =$18 opp 8,000 points like $10 for 12 Lysol products .83 each

  • Lisa says:

    IF you’re shopping online there’s a code for “10off50″ and there’s this awesome pure fitness elliptical/bike $229 down to $99, and it comes out $104 (the free shipping is upto 25 lbs. and this is 50 lbs), but wow, $104 shipped to your house!?

  • Vanessa says:

    Great deal on Pediacare gentle vapors plug ins refills if you use them. Buy 8 pediacare gentle vapors refills and 2 pediacare fever reducer = 41.63 before tax ( use 10off50 code) get 35,000 balance rewards points.
    I highly recommend these to anyone with a baby who has a cold. My baby sleeps so much better with one of these going in her room when she’s sick.

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