Q&A- Walgreens


These were both questions I got from readers, 

I just walked away from Walgreens so disappointed. They would not let me use my aspirin coupon. The manager said it was for the large box of aspirin, b/c that was the picture on the coupon. (The coupon says any item). OH WEll…then, I could only use one $5 RR to pay for the items. Although I had 4 different RR coupons and a ton of items. In the past I thought I had always used them like cash. Am I doing something wrong? I tried to print off the corporate letter on your site, but the link isn’t working for me. I guess I’m just venting. Anyway, my question is this: Can I only use one RR at a time?

At my Walgreens they also had a $1 off coupon there for the Bayer Quick Dissolve! I was able to get the Ecotrin but had a hard time at the cash register when they told me I couldn’t use the $2.25 coupon because it was over the price of the pills?!? I asked her if she could use reduce the price of the coupon to match the price. She called the Manager and after a few minutes, they decided to honor it at $2. Do you know the policy on this? Thanks!

This is an email from Corporate Walgreens with an answer. Click here to read

Thank you for taking your time to contact our Corporate Offices.
We appreciate hearing from our customers and value all comments received.
If you have a coupon for more than an item is then the coupon will have to be adjusted to the price of the item.
You may use more than one register reward in a transaction.
Again, thank you for contacting our corporate office.
We truly appreciate you taking the time to share your comments.
Sincerely, Anna K. Consumer Response Representative 

So to answer your question yes you should be able to, but not all stores allow it.  I always suggest you print a copy of the above email and keep it with you.

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