3 L’Oréal Ever Shampoos or Conditioners Only $6 After Walgreens Rewards | Just $2 Each (Regularly $7)

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Walgreens has some of the best hair care deals ever!

Through January 30th, head to Walgreens.com where you can clip two digital coupons to save on L’Oréal Paris Ever Shampoos and/or Conditioners!

Plus, save an extra 10% off select items when you use promo code NEWYOU at checkout. Best of all, you’ll get $5 in Walgreens Cash when you spend $20!

Combine these offers to score hair care at a really nice savings…

Walgreens Deal Idea (Thru 1/30):

4 LOreal Ever Shampoos

Buy 3 L’Oréal Paris Ever Shampoo or Conditioner 8.5oz  $6.79 each
Total = $20.37
Use the $5/2 L’Oréal Paris Ever Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment digital coupon (exp 2/20, limit 1)
Use the $2/2 L’Oréal Elvive or Ever Hair Care or Advanced Stylers digital store coupon (exp 1/30)
Use promo code NEWYOU (10% off)
Pay $11.13
Get back $5 Walgreens Cash when you spend $20 on select products
Final cost $6.13 total – just $2.04 each!


Check out money-saving deals on even more beauty & personal care items!

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Comments 25

  1. Carrie

    If I go to a store, can I use Walgreens Cash and still earn the $5 WC?

    Thank you!

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there, Carrie! Not with this particular deal, no. Because it’s what we call a “threshold deal” – where you have to spend X amount of dollars to earn the Walgreens Cash, you won’t be able to use your other WC towards this deal. However you CAN spend WC and then still earn, if the deal says you need to buy a specific number of items instead of a dollar amount.

      Hope that helps a bit!

      • Carrie

        Thank you for clearing that up! I’ll buy this in store and not use WC… I don’t have a lot of luck with pick ups :/

    • JD827

      No. This is a “spend” $20 deal. MyWalgreens cash is something that Walgreens has already given you as a reward. In their view using a reward to earn more rewards is double dipping. Look for deals that say something like “buy” x number of widgets and earn x dollars. On those deals you can both earn and redeem.

      • Carrie

        Thank you!!! 🙏

  2. Maria G

    Great deal. Got pick up at local store. Thanks.

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome, Maria G! Glad you could snag it!

  3. Jane

    Just got some. Thanks for the deal

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Jane!

  4. Blanca

    TRYAGAIN1 code at check out gets you 15% your total.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing, Blanca! That code won’t apply for me on the items in the post. DARN!

  5. jennifermagindupont

    Love this shampoo line! Got 15% off AND a 7$ off of next store purchase of 30$ that printed with my receipt plus I got the 5$ reward. So cheap!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      GREAT score! 🙌

  6. Priscilla

    I did the pickup in the store and even though my online order showed Estimated member rewards earned: $5.20, I don’t see that it was added to my account. Did everyone else get the $5 reward when buying 3? I’m just wondering if the $20 has to be after the coupons.

    • JD827

      You could try an online chat with a rep and see if they will adjust. I had wondered about that because one of the coupons listed is a store coupon from Walgreens itself rather than a manufacturer’s coupon. When calculating whether you have met a dollar threshold such as this deal add together the amount you spent out of pocket plus manufacturer’s coupons only and you have the amount Walgreens will calculate your points on. Don’t pay with MyWalgreens cash, Walgreens gift cards or store credit. Now the per cent off discount would definitely reduce points earned in a deal done in an instore transaction. it is actually in Walgreens written coupon policy that it will. However an online deal sometimes let you do things that don’t work in store. If you look at the fine print that is underneath the estimated points there are disclaimers that you may not get those points and every one who coupons at Walgreens will confirm that is true. My advice is to calculate your own points. Just remember in a dollar threshold deal the formula is OOP dollars + manufacturers coupons but NOT Walgreens coupons = threshold dollars met. I don’t know if this helps or just is more confusing.

      • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

        We are so appreciative of your answers, JD827! You seem to be a Walgreens expert!

        • JD827

          Walgreens is an ever moving target. I joke I’ve had a 30 year love/hate relationship with them. Sometimes I’m in love. Sometimes I kick them to the curb. I always appreciate the great deals and your kindness.

          • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

            LOL! You are very much appreciated trying to catch that moving target!

      • Priscilla

        Yes, thanks for that explanation. So you’re saying that I didn’t get it because of the extra 10% off? My purchase history shows the total as $17.42, which is before the MFR coupon so I guess that’s the issue. My question is if others received the $5 when doing the deal exactly as listed. It seems that some did based on other comments.

        • JD827

          Not exactly. I am saying that I looked at the deal and saw that it used a Walgreens coupon and thought that might be a dealbreaker. A manufacturers coupon is really cash that is paid to Walgreens on your behalf by the manufacturer—cash that goes on their books. A manufacturers coupon will never count against you in a threshold deal. A Walgreens coupon on the other hand isn’t really a coupon but a store discount that reduces the price to you but comes out of Walgreens pocket. It most definitely will count against you in a threshold deal. I’m not sure if the % off discount worked against you or not online but if they calculated it according to their written coupon policy it would count against the $20 threshold. Now that being said they do allow certain things online that wouldn’t work in the store. Do an online chat you might get it. Worth trying.

      • priscilla

        I just did a chat and the person said:
        The total out of pocket must be $20 after coupons. , you have to pay at least $20 on your method of payment.
        I had responded that I had been told otherwise and that my estimated rewards was $5.20, but then I accidentally closed the tab with the chat. Guess I can try it again.

        • Priscilla

          Had another chat agent tell me the same thing:
          The out of pocket amount has to be at $20 or above. After any other coupons deductions have applied and before taxes. Also if you redeem and it affects the out of pocket requirements the system will not be able to provide this promotion for the purchase.
          Then he asked for my order # and told me:
          The system will not allow me to credit this since the out of pocket for this order was $12.42.

          I guess I’m out of luck for this one. $12.42 is still not bad for 3 of the shampoo but not as good as $7.42.

      • Priscilla

        I just did the chat again (since I had ended it accidentally) and this person said:
        The out of pocket amount has to be at $20 or above. After any other coupons deductions have applied and before taxes. Also if you redeem and it affects the out of pocket requirements the system will not be able to provide this promotion for the purchase.
        So then he asked for my order # and said:
        The system will not allow me to credit this since the out of pocket for this order was $12.42.

        So I guess I’m out of luck for this deal. $12.42 is still not bad for 3 of these shampoos but not as good as $7.42. Just wonder why it worked for others.

        • JD827

          I’d be interested as well. The bit about the manufacturer’s coupons would be a huge shift in policy and a game changer for many people. I also wonder about the legality since they are collecting money from the manufacturer on the customers behalf. Still a good deal.

          • Priscilla

            Yeah, I thought maybe the 2nd chat person might give a different answer.

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