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Balance Reward Program Changes & Money Making Clip2Card Thank You Coupon!

by Christie- on October 5, 2018

program changesBy now you all should have gotten the official notice by email from Walgreens with the balance reward redemption changes that I posted last week. Starting 11/4, you’ll only be able to redeem a maximum of $5 (5,000 Balance Reward Points) per transaction, and the redemptions will be allowed in $1, $2, $3, $4 or $5 increments with $1 (1,000 Balance Reward Points) equaling $1.

As a way to say thanks, Walgreens gave us all a $5 (5,000 Balance Reward Points) Clip2Card bonus. Check your Walgreens Account for this Thank you 5000 Bonus points coupon. This one with the Thank you on the upper left is not a threshold coupon. There is also a different threshold sneak peek coupon now for next week that is $5 (5,000 Balance Reward Points) for spending $25.

For this Thank you coupon I received my points when I made a small purchase of $1.60. I used $1 (1,000 Balance Reward Points) points to pay and 60¢ in cash, and still received my $5 (5,000 Balance Reward Points).

At the bottom of the email there is a link for you to go leave feedback on the new program changes. I know you all feel strongly about this, so I would encourage you to share your thoughts!

Remember if you have lots of points accumulated, you’ll still have until 11/3 to redeem those points with that maximum $50 value per transaction that is still in effect. And you’ll still get the benefit of the extra 20% bonus of using only 40,000 pts to get $50. So, if you are a point hoarder, like me, be sure to spend the majority of your points by that time to get the biggest bang for your buck!



{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Kim October 6, 2018 at 12:09 am

I am sad about this. Used to save up to 40,000 to get my kids their stocking stuffers and Easter basket fillers.

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Ann October 6, 2018 at 8:41 pm

You still can. You just have to redeem them in multiple smaller transactions, which should be fine when you’re buying a bunch of small inexpensive items like that.

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JoAnne Rapp October 7, 2018 at 7:43 am

I like to use 40,000 points for big ticket items.Very disappointed. I will do more shopping at CVS now.

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Debbie Zalucha October 14, 2018 at 10:40 am

I agree, JoAnne. I did the same thing and was thinking the same thing about maybe shopping more at CVS now.

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Debbie Zalucha October 14, 2018 at 10:42 am

Also, why bother trying to earn points!

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Dawn October 15, 2018 at 4:22 pm

I loved to watch my Balance Rewards grow. Saved them for more expensive purchases. Felt really “rewarded” after the work it took to accumulate them!! What a huge disappointment!!! Christie…is there a certain Walgreens contact that we could use to voice our displeasure?

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