Walgreens Has Discontinued In-Store Monthly Savings Booklets

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For years, Walgreens has offered Monthly Savings Booklets that were loaded with store coupons. Shoppers could usually find them located next to the weekly ads near the front of the store, and they were free for the taking!

If you’ve been to Walgreens lately, you may have noticed that those Monthly Savings Booklets are nowhere to be found. We’ve been having a hard time finding them too, so we asked about them at our local store.

Our Walgreens confirmed that they will no longer offer physical coupon booklets. Going forward, these coupons will now be available in a digital format only.

Walgreens offers valuable store coupons that can be stacked with manufacturer’s coupons, sales, Walgreens Cash-earning offers, and/or Register Reward promos. You can sometimes get really inexpensive or FREE products when you stack these discount offers, so we definitely think it’s worth making the switch from paper to digital coupons to continue accessing these savings.

Walgreens’ coupons have been available in digital form for a while now, so many Walgreens shoppers are already used to clipping digital coupons. If you’re new to this concept, all the same coupons you’d normally find the in the Monthly Savings Booklet can be found on Walgreens’ Paperless Coupons page.

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Just sign into your myWalgreens account via the Walgreens App or walgreens.com. Then, clip the digital coupons you want to add to your account, and they will be automatically applied at checkout when you present your Balance Rewards card, phone number, or myWalgreens Digital Wallet code in the app.

More information on these changes can be found in Walgreens’ coupon policy, which was last updated on October 29, 2022.

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About the writer:

Jenna has a Bachelor's Degree from Lycoming College and her Master's from Penn State, holding 4 years of writing experience between a variety of publications and Hip2Save.

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Comments 3

  1. Debra Maxwell

    Digital coupon only? We all know how well Walgreens digital coupons work. 🙁

  2. Pam

    Just another nail in the coffin of my Walgreens shopping days. Ditto to Debra Maxwell’s comment. Since digital anything often doesn’t work it’s becoming more work than it is worth. I shop there and at CVS less and less.

  3. Lori

    I understand why they are doing it but the downside is the digital one is only available for one time use where the paper ones could be used multiple times.

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