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Walgreens Shopping Scenario 1/12!

by Christie- on January 11, 2014

lightbulb2Here’s my Walgreens Shopping Scenario for the week of 1/12. In this scenario you’ll get $45.33 in merchandise, after sales and coupons you’ll pay $11.24 out of pocket, and keep $8 RR, so it’s like you’re paying $3.24 for everything!

In Transation #3, the Scope coupon that expires Sunday. If you can’t get to the store, do the ***Replacement Transaction #3 at the bottom!

IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT THESE TRANSACTIONS

-) You can’t have more MQ than items! Blue = MQ
-) You don’t have to do these in one day, just pick up where you left off.
-) I always bring some extra fillers with me to the register, in case of an emergency!

TRANSACTION #1

TRANSACTION #2:
Buy (1) Estroven Mood & Memory, 30 ct, $10 Sale Price
$10 RR from Transaction #1
Total = $0, Get Back $10 RR

TRANSACTION #3 (Do this if you’re at the store on Sunday)
Buy (2) Scope Outlast or Dual Blast, 750 mL, 3/$9 Sale Price
Buy (1) Scope Dual Blast, 750 mL, 3/$9 Sale Price
Buy (1) Rescue Gum, 17 piece, $4.99 Sale Price
Buy (2) Twix Brand Single bars, 1.68 – 1.79 oz, 59¢ Sale Price
Total = $15.17
(1) $0.50 On (2) TWIX® Peanut Butter or Caramel Cookie Bars Singles or 4-to-go
(1) B1G1 Scope Outlast, Dual Blast or Classic Mouthwash, exp. 1/12/14 (P&G 12/29/13)
(1) $1.00 OFF ONE Scope® Dual Blast Rinse 750mL or larger (excludes trial/travel size)
$10 RR from Transaction #2
Total = 67¢, Get Back $4 RR PG, $5 RR Rescue

TRANSACTION #4:
Buy (1) Energyxcentric 8 Hours of Energy, 30 ct, $8 Sale Price
Buy (3) M&M’s Brand Chocolate Candy bars, 1.10 – 1.74 oz, 59¢ Sale Price
Buy (1) Russell Stover Chocolate, .87 – 1.25 oz, 39¢ with in-ad Q
Total = $10.16
(1) Buy any TWO (2) M&M’S® Brand Chocolate Candies and get ONE (1) Free or HERE
$4 RR from Transaction #3
$5 RR from Transaction #3
Total = 57¢, Get Back $8 RR Energyxcentric

t’s like getting 1 Fit Smart, Estroven, 3 Scope Rinses, 1 Rescue Gum, 1 Energyxcentrix, 5 Mars single bars and 1 Russell Stover candy for $3.24!

***TRANSACTION #3 (Do this if you shop on Monday or after)*****
Buy (2) Scope Outlast or Dual Blast, 750 mL, 3/$9 Sale Price
Buy (1) Scope Dual Blast, 750 mL, 3/$9 Sale Price
Buy (1) Rescue Gum, $4.99 Sale Price
Total = $13.99
(2) $1.00 OFF ONE Scope® Outlast 750mL or larger (excludes trial/travel size)
(1) $1.00 OFF ONE Scope® Dual Blast Rinse 750mL or larger (excludes trial/travel size)
$10 RR from Transaction #2
Total = 99¢, Get Back $4 RR PG, $5 RR Rescue



{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Katrina January 12, 2014 at 1:51 am

Can we use points to pay and still get the register rewards? Thank you so much for the break down!

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Christie January 12, 2014 at 1:31 pm

Yes you can pay with points and you’ll get RR. Just don’t paint with points. :)

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kathy January 12, 2014 at 8:30 pm

my store had $10/1 Fit Smart Simply Slim coupon on the top of each package, to make it a $10 money maker!!

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melissa January 12, 2014 at 11:45 pm

The ones I saw all expired

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Serena January 17, 2014 at 8:28 am

Christie,
The employees at Walgreens here in Colorado say we can’t not receive register rewards on a products if we use a register reward from prior purchase. The employess also say if we pay with store rewards then we will not get the register rewards in that purchase either. I see in most of your scenarios, you show how to use the register rewards and store rewards to purchase items while being able to receive more register rewards in same transaction. The Walgreens here in Colorado says it is not allowed. Where can I find the store policy in this area for this matter. Thank you and love Wildforwags.

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Christie January 17, 2014 at 12:02 pm

Thanks Serena! So sorry you are dealing with that – yes you can use a Register Reward to pay for an item that produces a Register Reward. As long as it’s not for the same item/deal.

Did you actually do this and they denied giving you the new RR? The new RR should print for you. I would contact corporate and let them know. That sounds like the employees or more likely the manager of that store is creating their own rules. :(

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