The affectionate name given to Walgreen’s by couponers everywhere. It’s time to update my 10 Step Couponing Course! Walgreen’s has added a loyalty card program and after reading, trying and talking about it with my coupon buddies, I want to share some tips and notes I learned.
There are five ways to sign-up. I signed up via the Walgreen’s phone app. As much as I can get done on my phone on the run, the better. To see my whole sign up process check out my Google Plus Album full of pics!
There are three ways to earn, including through the Walk With Walgreens program. The points may seem high, but if you shop the products you’ll be rolling in points! This week, buying a $2 Mitchum deodorant will get you 1,000 points.
- Scan card- Best to scan it at the beginning of the transaction.
- Even if you sign up online or through the app like I did, you can request a physical card in-store.
- So far, the offers are unlimited on the amount of points you can receive for products purchased.
- It’s up to you if you want to redeem them right away to pay for a transaction or wait and save them up.
- Points are added to your account instantly, so you can redeem them on your next transaction, making your OOP lower.
- This is important! If the item you are buying is $4 and you have 5,000 points or $5, it’s better to NOT use your points, it will cover the cost and make it 0, however you will lose 1,000 points. Partial points are not credited, at this time.
- If you choose to save them up, you’ll get a $10 bonus, but you will be paying more OOP at transactions, something to think about!
- If you use points to pay for products that earn points, you will not earn those points. It’s best to use Register Rewards or money out of pocket to pay for it.
- The register went ‘offline’ a couple times for me, no worries, just wait 1-2 business days and it should be reflected in your account.
- And the biggie! Coupons don’t affect points! You can score great deals using coupons and earning points. Yeah!