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Do you love saving dinero on Walgreens great weekly deals? I sure do. I will say, I really hate wasting hours upon hours searching, clipping, and printing just to get the right coupons for my trip. All to end up forgetting them at home or worst, misplacing them like I always do. Well both you and I are in luck! Walgreens has an app to help us save time and money with their Paperless Coupons offered through the Walgreens Mobile App.
How does it work?
It’s simple, just go ahead and download the Walgreens Mobile App through the app store. Sign up to Walgreens Balance Rewards or if you’re already a member just go ahead and sync your Balance Rewards account to the app, simple as that. With this app you will be able to do many things such as view weekly ads, and “clip” manufacture e-coupons right to your Balance Rewards account and redeem in store on purchase for that item. Once used the e-coupon will be automatically removed from your e-coupon list. There are 3 ways you can use your Balance Rewards card: In-store by showing the app on your phone, scanning the card, or by punching in your phone number at checkout. Now there’s no excuse not to save at Walgreens, best of all no scissors needed!
While checking out the e-coupons available on the Walgreens mobile app I found some great in-store deals. My intent was to buy on sale items which had coupons available in the weekly ad and also available in e-coupon mode but to my luck the items were all gone…boo! So I checked out the prices on paper goods, as there were various coupons for toilet paper and paper towels, which seem to run out quick at home and we certainly don’t want to run out of toilet paper!
I was pretty excited when I found both Cottonelle toilet paper (12 pk) and Scotts Naturals paper towels (6 pk) in stock and both on sale for $4.99 – $1 (e-coupon) = $3.99ea. Pretty good deal to me! Best of all, at checkout I recieved an additional $2 in Balance Rewards for my next purchase. That’s a total of $4 in savings, yay for e-couponing! Saved money with very little effort.
On my way out of Walgreens I thought about renting some movies for the kids, but since our week was full of rain we’ve mostly been doing indoor activities and watching lots of movies. Then I remembered I had a few free passes to the children’s museum, all we had to pay was parking but with the e-savings I scored at Walgreens, parking was 1/2 off!
The kids definitely had a blast at the Children’s Museum which had a super hero theme going on this summer. They loved Kidtropolis, a city run by mini-adults. Here they worked as news reporters, veterinarians, cashiers and earned their first paycheck! While I was saving money with Walgreens Paperless Coupons they were getting their first lesson on how to earn and spend their money wisely.
Have you used Walgreens Paperless Coupons?