Before sale price or coupons this would have cost $10.38
I was able to get it all for $1.92
Plus I got 2 more register rewards
I did this in 2 transaction, (because you can not get two “like” register rewards to print in one transaction). It is easier to live on less when you are able to roll your register rewards from week to week!
- Bought 1 Oral-B Tooth brush and 1 box of Lime Gelatin
- used the instore coupon to make the Gelatin $.25 each
- used the manufacturer coupon for the Oral B for $.50 off
- paid with a $2.50 register reward from prior deals
- Final price $.74 + $.22 tax = $.96
- After I paid got back another $2 register reward
- use the $0.50 off Oral-B Pulsar, 3D White, Pro-Health, Complete, Indicator or Cavity Defense Toothbrush, exp. 7/31/12 (P&G 07/01/12)
- Pay $2.99 OOP
- Receive a $2 Register Reward after you pay
- Final Price: $0.99
Want to know what is on sale this week at Walgreens check the list before you shop.
- Some store have placed limits on coupon deals to read more click here
- To view Walgreens official coupon policy click here
- Can I use a coupon and still have a Register Reward print, click here.
- I always check out at the cosmetics counter, and if anyone comes behind me I let them go first, so I do not hold up the line.
- One thing to remember about Walgreens RR (register reward) is you can not use a “chap stick RR” to pay for another chap stick and have another RR print. BUT you can use a “toothpaste” RR to pay for chap stick and have another RR print.
- Also remember that Walgreens has a coupon item ratio rule, you can only use as many coupons as you have items. They count RR as coupons. So if I was only buying 4 items ( all of which had manufacture coupons which meant my item coupon ratio was already 4 to 4) I wanted to pay with a RR I would need to ad a filler item something cheap like a pencil. This would then make my coupon ration 5 ( 4 manufacturer coupons and 1 register reward) and my item ratio 5. I then could pay with my coupons and RR with no problem. An instore coupon does NOT count as a coupon in this ratio….just as a sale price.
- Also remember that only one RR per product will print per transaction. For example If wanted to buy 3 bottles of Aussie shampoo. In order to have 2 RR print for each one I had to buy them in 3 transactions. My store is happy to let me go thru the line more than once ……but some store will limit you.
- You can not pay for sales tax with a RR