Walgreens Ad Scan for the Week of 6/6/21 – 6/12/21 (We’ve Circled Our Faves!)

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  1. Lisa

    Recently I tried to use 2 register rewards in one transaction, but the register wouldn’t let me use the second one. The cashier told me only one register reward was allowed per transaction. I had more products than coupons, so I know that’s not the issue. Has anybody had this problem or have any insight as to why this happened? Thanks.

    • Rita

      I was told the same thing yesterday. Also had 3 products, dawn dish soup to be clear for $4.99. And added a filler item for 50 c . So total was $15. 47, we have no tax in DE. Had no other mnf coupons, but the three $5 RR I was gonna use. The register said max number of coupon s used when the cashier’s tried to scan the second one. I had to do 3 separate transactions with totally different stuff , my buy 3 dawn soup deal being the first transaction, paying $10 out of pocket.

  2. JD827

    I’m not sure. Do you remember if the RRs were from the manufacturer or from Walgreens? The Walgreens RRs are “store wide” coupons and will say in the fine print on the bottom that there is a limit of one per transaction.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! They are manufacturer coupons that print out from a Catalina machine at the register after you have completed your transaction.

    • betsily

      i had a similar issue. i bought three packs of store-branded paper towels the other day (total pre-coupon was $15), and used a 25% off coupon regular-price items that i got from a ship-to-store order. i had the cashier scan my 25% off first, and then i tried to use two $5 register rewards (one from colgate, one from p&g) from a couple weeks before that didn’t expire yet.

      the register rejected my two register rewards after that 25% off coupon, which kind of surprised me. i’m pretty sure i’d done something like that in the past, where i used a 25% off regular-price items and then used register rewards and other manufacturer coupons on top of that, keeping in mind that my number of coupons couldn’t exceed the number of items. so my thinking was, my 25% off was a store coupon, so shouldn’t affect anything, and i had three items to more than cover the 2 register rewards. but nope, the system wouldn’t take them. so i ended up buying just two of the paper towels for 25% off, and then in a separate transaction, used both $5 register rewards on two other packs of paper towels (i added one to my cart to use up my register rewards), so got those for $0 plus tax. so i ended up paying more than i had planned, all in all.

      i’m not sure what the deal is with these register rewards. it seems like they are getting stricter. does anyone know? do you, JD827? i see you as the resident expert. 🙂 i noticed that at least one of my register rewards said it was good on $5 or more; i didn’t read the second one carefully, but it could have said the same thing. it was very weird. normally, these register rewards will just say the straight dollar amount, with no “or more” verbiage. i’d never had issues before using more than one register reward on a transaction, as long as the the number of coupons (including register rewards, not counting store coupons) matched or was less than the number of items purchased. what do you guys think is going on? it’s very frustrating when carefully planned out deals don’t go as they should.

      • betsily

        p.s. i forgot to add that the message that came up at the register was that “the coupon limit was exceeded” (or something like that) after that first 25% off regular-price items store coupon. it was very weird. my understanding is that manufacturer coupons have no bearing on store coupons, and you can stack those. it didn’t make sense, but there was no way around this.

        • JD827

          I can have a guess but I’m not certain and it is based on what a manager told me and looking at my purchase receipts not from Walgreens written policies. He said the manufacturer’s paper coupons should go in first because if you use the per cent off barcode first it takes off 25 % first and than the item price might be below that of the coupon value. As you know if an item is priced at $4.99 and the coupon is for $5 than it is a no go Walgreens will not adjust prices or give cash back. The 25% is off each individual item not the total of all the items. This I found is true of the digital manufacturer coupons if you look at the receipts; digital manufacturer comes off first and than the 25% discount. That makes for a better deal for Walgreens if that order is followed. I think when the bar code was scanned the unit price went down below $5 the value of the RR and the RR did not attach. If you ever try again try giving the RRs first to the cashier and than have them scan the barcode. That is a discouraging shopping experience and I am sorry. Yes I do think something is different from what everyone is saying. I learn so much from everyone’s experience and really enjoy talking to you betsily.

          • betsily

            Thanks for your response, JD827. I knew I could count on you to provide a well-thought-out and detailed explanation. 🙂 You are always so thorough and I really appreciate you!

            I will give your strategy a try next time, even though on the surface it’s not as good of a deal to use % off coupons after manufacturer coupons. But it’s better than the Register Rewards being outright rejected. I guess I have to think of it like shopping at Kohl’s where the % off comes off after the Kohl’s cash.

            Hope you enjoy the rest of your week. Thanks again for your insight! 🙂

        • Becky

          I’m not really in help in why they didn’t work, just a data point that last week, I was able to use three at one time. I had two $6 RR and one $5 RR and used them toward an order. They brought my total out of pocket down to around $1.50. I didn’t read the fine print on them, but they were all expiring the next day, so I’m glad the register took them without a big hassle.

  3. Tara

    Even though both manufacturer and store coupons say —the number of coupons can’t exceed the number of items in the transaction —that is a LIE. I thought I could use “fillers” to use my RR’s up on more expensive item. Nope–it’s 1 store coupon and 1 manufacturer. When I say manufacturer —I mean the catalinas. I tried 4 different walgreens and spoke to mgrs about it because of wording on the coupons but none would budge. It sucks because now I have a bunch of RR’s and I have to find things that are basically about the same cost/price as RR and do several transactions. I do not think I will do the RR deals anymore—but will do the WC.

    • betsily

      Hi Tara. So are you saying that you’ve discovered that you can no longer use more than one Catalina and one store coupon per transaction now? If so, that really stinks. It seems to be different and less worthwhile than before where you could use multiple Register Rewards per transaction, as long as your number of manufacturer/Register Rewards coupons didn’t exceed the number of items.

      • Tara

        yep. And it wasn’t just them being jerks—the register literally wouldn’t let it go through no matter what we tried. Again–4 different walgreens—all same result……all with talking to managers.

  4. betsily

    Thank you for the quick response, Tara. That’s definitely new and it looks like you went through a lot of trouble to find this out. Sorry to hear that it didn’t work out like you wanted. 🙁

    I guess we’ll have to keep this in mind in the future. Walgreens is definitely not as coupon-friendly as before. Thanks for the warning!

    • Tara

      Yw. I know sometimes things are regional so it might still work wherever you are —I just know for a fact it doesn’t here which I have no idea what to do with my RR’s now. I wish I could buy GC’s

    • betsily

      I forgot to mention that I really got shafted when I couldn’t even use my first Register Reward after the store coupon in my first transaction as outlined above. Something is definitely afoot.

      But perhaps it’s as JD827 said, that my 25% off regular price store coupon resulted in the item price being below that of the coupon value. I really hate these new restrictions.

  5. JD827

    I did just see something on a well known Walgreens specific site. I copied and pasted the part relevant to the register rewards. [ Walgreens “STORE COUPON” Register rewards that have been printing lately.] I had wondered. The vast majority of RRs are manufacturers coupons but not all are. If you got a RR last week take a hard look at the very fine print at the bottom of it.

    • betsily

      hmm… thanks for this new tidbit of information, JD827. i didn’t even know this was a thing. i didn’t look at my register rewards too carefully; i just assumed they were manufacturer coupons, as that was how they were treated all these years, plus the fact that mine were from the p&g and colgate deals from a couple of weeks ago. anyway, i’ll have to take a closer look next time and see. maybe that was causing the issue? it seems like there are multiple things going on with everyone’s less-than-ideal outcomes.

      as always, thanks for chiming in! you always have something valuable to add. 🙂

      • JD827

        Yes it will be interesting to see. Have a great week!

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