Walgreens Coupons

Updated January 3, 2024 by Kyle James
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About Walgreens: At Walgreens you can shop for prescription drugs, toys, electronics, health products, photo services, baby products, and much more.

The best part is that they offer everyday free shipping on $25 or more. They were founded in 1901 and have entered the digital age with a very easy to use and navigate website.

They also make it easy to shop their Weekly Ad insert while shopping online which is very convenient.

Plus they make it very easy fill and refill your medical prescriptions.

We update this page on a daily basis with coupons that are typically category specific.

For example, we often have Walgreens coupons for $10 off your toy order or 20% off photo services.

Savings Tips for Walgreens

If you shop regularly at Walgreens, you should definitely take advantage of the free “Register Rewards” program as it’s the only way to unlock many exclusive product rebates.

The rewards are printed out when you check-out and are good for your next trip to the store.

Pay attention to the expiration date as Walgreens does not accept expired register rewards coupon offers.

When shopping in-store and making multiple purchases using Walgreens coupons, ask an employee to ring you up at the makeup counter and avoid holding up the line.

When shopping online, the most important thing to know is the location of the coupon code box at Walgreens.com.

When you are done shopping and on the “Shopping Cart” page, look for the box titled “Have a special promotion or coupon code?”, enter your code, click Apply, and verify that the coupon worked correctly.

If you are having trouble with a coupon, please feel free to contact us and we will do what we can to help. You can reach Walgreens customer service at 1-877-250-5823.

Also, the Walgreens Facebook page is an excellent health resource as it’s full of tips on how to stay healthy.

Plus they have in-depth reviews of the products designed to help you do exactly that.

Their Twitter feed posts many of the same article you’ll find on their Facebook page.

The main difference between the two is their Twitter page also has the occasional Walgreens coupon to help you save money on your next in-store or online purchase. Many of these coupons are exclusive to Twitter which is really cool.


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