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  • Walgreens

    1 posts, 1 voices, 529 views, started Mar 3, 2009

    Posted on Tuesday, March 3, 2009 by Rebecca Deos

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    • Aquamarine
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      Walgreens is a great place to shop, but like CVS, you need to get there early for the first day of the sale, or know what day of the week they get a delivery to stock up on items they ran out of. By me, it’s Wednesday, so if I cant make it to Walgreens early on Sunday for the first day of the sale, I just plan on going Wednesday night or Thursday.

       Walgreens has two different reward programs:

       Register Rewards: This program is similar to CVS EB Bucks. Buy a particular item, and recieve money back in the form of a register printout good for anything (except alcohol, tobacco and prescriptions) during your next transaction, which could be immediately afterwards. The only thing you can not do is repurchase the same item using the Register Reward reciept.  

       The amount can be anywhere from $1 to the purchase price.  

       Single Check Rebate:

       With this program, you purchase particular items, go to Walgreens.com, sign into your account and enter your reciept number for the rebate items you purchased. You can either recieve a check at the end of the month, or they will send you a Walgreens gift card for that amount.

       If you choose the gift card option, every month they will recharge your new rebates onto the same card!!!!

       Both the rebate and register rewards give you a specific amount of money back. For instance, if I purchase Colgate toothpaste for $3.29, and it offers $3.29 back in Register Rewards, even if I use a coupon for $1 off Colgate, I still recieve $3.29 in register rewards. In effect, I made $1 on the purchase.

       I’ll go more into this once everyone has digested this info



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