Q: What guidelines does Walgreens have for coupon usage?
A: As a customer-focused retailer, Walgreens encourages the use of coupons by our customers in our retail stores, in accordance with our Coupon Policy Guidelines. These guidelines include information from Sale Items, Multiple Coupons, Buy One, Get One Free Coupons, Internet/Print at Home Coupons, Earning Register Rewards TM. and Redeeming Register Rewards TM.
A: At this time, manufacturer's coupons and coupons cut out of a Walgreens Weekly Ad must be redeemed in-store. They are not eligible for online purchases.
A: Yes, but only for in-store purchases. To print store coupons, click on Printable Coupons in the footer of the Home Page. This will take you to a page where you can view or print
store coupons. You can also click on the Store Coupon symbol that appears on a product page when a coupon is available for that product. Print and redeem them at your nearby Walgreens store.
A: It depends. If the coupon codes you're applying are for different products (e.g. one code for 15% off fragrances and one code for $20 off contact lenses), then the shopping cart will accept multiple coupon codes. However, if the coupon codes are for the same product (e.g. one code for $20 off contacts and one code for 15% off contacts) and/or stacked on top of a site-wide promo (e.g. one code for 15% off Walgreens brand vitamins and one code for $10 off a $50 purchase), the shopping cart will not accept multiple coupon codes.