Do you know about rolling rewards at Walgreens?
Walgreens has several little tricks to rolling rewards.
Rolling rewards at Walgreens requires a bit of planning. Walgreens does not allow you to have more coupons than items in any transaction. The store rewards, register rewards, counts as a coupon as well as any manufacturer coupons that you have. So, sometimes you need “filler” items. The most lowest regular priced item commonly written about as a filler is the single caramels near the register priced at $.33. I always check clearance and the ad for anything that is lower than $.33 to use as fillers for my transactions if I am using alot of coupons.
The store rewards can be used on your next purchase and it can be a purchase with rewards as long as it is not by the same company. So, you will not be rolling rewards if you use a reward from a item then try to purchase the same item again while paying for it with the previous transaction’s (same item) reward.
Rolling rewards can be tricky but extremely beneficial!
Today I had a $3 Register reward I wanted to roll. My first transaction I used the M&M candy scenario combine with the Neilcleanse wound wash. I had 3 coupons (including the ad coupon) and one register reward for a total of 4 “coupons” with 5 items. Paid $3.61 out of pocket, got a $5 register reward
Second transaction rolling rewards I bought the Homeostasis diabetes immune support. Only had one “coupon” – the $5 register reward from the first transaction and only one item. Paid $1.41 out of pocket, got a $6 register reward back.
So, when rolling rewards today at Walgreens I spent $5.02 out of pocket, used a $3 register reward (total used $8.02). Got $6 register rewards for next week. So net cost 8.02- 6= 2.02 including tax for $24 value in product!
Use these scenarios to help you get started on rolling rewards or making your own scenarios: CVS Rolling Rewards 11/17, Walgreens Rolling Rewards 11/17, Rite Aid Rolling Rewards 11/17. Be ready for the next rolling rewards deal by getting your inserts now at Insert Insanity!
Rolling rewards at Walgreens can be productive and fun.