Walgreens **JULY** 2013 Coupon Savings Booklet

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WalgreensJulyThe Walgreens **JULY** 2013  Coupon Savings Booklet is now available! All Coupons are Walgreens Store Coupons and can be stacked with a manufacturer coupon. This booklet can be found near the weekly ad when you walk in the door at your local store! (Anyone else LOVE THE COLORS of these Books?!!)

Coupons valid  6/30/13 – 7/27/13.

Walgreens **JULY** Store Coupons

$1/2 Hershey’s Bliss, 8.6 or 9.6 oz
$1.50/1 Hershey’s Simple Pleasures, 5.6 oz.
$1/2 Skittles, Starburst or Life Savers Candy, 9.75-16.8 oz
$1/2 Planters Peanuts, 16 oz, NUTrition, 9.75 oz, Mixed Nuts, 8.75 or 10.3 oz. or Cashews, 8 or 8.5 oz.
$1/1 Crystal Light or Mio Liquid Enhancer, 1.62 oz
$0.50/1 Simply Orange Juice or Lemonade, 13.5 or 59 oz

$2/1 Revlon Foundation, Excludes Powder and Concealer
$1/1 Revlon Eye Cosmetics or Contour Shadow Brush
$1/1 Revlon Lip Cosmetics
$2/1 Almay Face and Eye Cosmetics
$5/1 RoC Multi Correxion Skin Care, .5 or 1.7 oz
$1/1 Neutrogena Deep Clean, Pink Grapefruit or Hydrating Cleansing Towelettes, 25 pk
$1/1 Clean & Clear Morning Burst Facial Skin Care, 3-8 oz
$1/1 Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash, 4.2 to 9.1 oz or Body Clear Body Wash, 89.5 oz
$2/1 Aveeno Sun Care, 3-5 oz
$2/1 Neutrogena T/Gel or T/Sal Shampoo, 4.4 to 16 oz, Anti-Residue Shampoo, 6 oz, Triple Moisture Shampoo or Conditioner, 8.5 oz or leave-In Hair Cream or Hair Mask, 6 oz
$0.50/1 Studio 35 Beauty Cotton Swabs, 500 pk
$0.50/1 Studio 35 Beauty Nail Polish Remover, 8 oz
$1/1 Sally Hansen Diamond Strength Nail Color
$1/1 Studio 35 Beauty Nail Appliqués, 14 or 16 pk
$2/1 SensatioNail Gel Nail Polish, French Manicure tips, 2 pk or Starter Kit
$2/1 Nair Hair Remover, 2 to 13 oz, Face Roll-On Wax Kit, Spa Clay Wax Strips, 40 pk or Face or Body Trio Kit
$2/1 Kotex or U by Kotex Tampons, 36 or 50 pk or Pads, 32-56 pk
$2/1 Azo Standard Urinary Pain Relief, 30 ct or Cranberry Urinary Tract Health, 50 ct
$1/1 ChapStick Mixtix, .15 oz
$1/1 Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer, 8 oz
$3/1 Dr. Scholl’s For Her or Corn and Blister Products
$1/1 Depend Real Fit or Silhouette Underwear, 10-20 pk
$3/1 Certainty Underwear, 24 to 34 pk, Fitted Briefs, 28 to 40 pk, Pads, 52 pk or Underpads 30 pk

$8/2 Huggies Little Movers, Snug & Dry or Little Movers Slip-On Diapers, 52-86 pk
$3/1 GoodNites Bedtime Underwear or Disposable Bed Mats
$2/1 Little Remedies Little Tummys, Little Colds, Little Noses or Little Fevers
$5/1 Pedia-Lax Probiotic Yums, 30 ct
$2/1 Pedia-Lax Chewable Tablets 30 ct or Liquid Glycerin Suppositories, 6 pk
$2/1 PediaCare Gentle Vapors, Plug-In Unit Refill Pads, 5 pk or Infants Gas Relief Drops, 1 oz
$2/1 PediaCare Fever Reducer, 2 or 4 oz
$2/1 PediaCare Children’s Cold, Cough or Flu Relief, 4 oz

$5/1 Allegra 24 Hour Allergy Relief, 70 ct
$2/1 Zyrtec 24 Hour Allergy Relief Liquid Gels, 12 ct or Tablets, 14 ct
$3/1 Sinus Buster, Nasal Spray, .68 oz
$2/1 NeilMed NasaMist All-In-One Saline Spray, 6 oz or Extra Strength Hypertonic Saline Spray, 4.25 oz
$4/1 Dulcolax, Laxative Tablets, 90 or 100 ct, Stool Softener, 100 ct or Suppositories, 28 pk
$2/1 Tucks Fast Relief Spray, .5 oz, Pads, 40 or 100 pk, Ointment, 1 oz or Suppositories, 24 pk
$5/1 RectiCare Anorectal Cream, 30 g.
$8/1 Florastor Probiotic, 50 ct
$4/1 Zegerid OTC Acid Reducer, 42 ct
$2/1 Gaviscon Antacid Tablets, 100 ct or Liquid, 12 oz
$2/1 Mylanta Anti-Gas, 24 ct
$2/1 Alka-Seltzer Antacid/Pain Reliever, 24 or 36 ct
$2/1 Zantac Acid Reducer 150, 24 ct or 75, 30 ct
$1/1 Johnson & Johnson/Red Cross Pads, Tapes, Wraps, Dressings and Gauze
$1/1 Bactine Pain Relieving Cleansing Spray, 5 oz
$2/1 Lanacane Anti-Itch Cream, 1 oz or First Aid Spray, 3.5 oz
$2/1 Hibiclens Skin Cleanser, 8 oz or Hibistat Antiseptic Wipes, 15 pk
$1/1 Campho-Phenique Antiseptic Gel, .5 oz
$5/1 Zostrix Foot Pain Relief Cream, 2 oz
$2/1 Wart Stick Wart Remover, .2 oz
$3/1 Compound W Wart Remover Liquid, .31 oz, .25 oz or One Step Invisible Strips, 14 pk
$5/1 Compound W Freeze Off, 8 pk
$1/1 Fungi-Nail Nail Pen, Ointment, .7 oz or Solution, 1 oz
$5/1 Estroven Multi-Symptom Menopause Relief, 28 or 40 ct
$2/1 Centrum Multivitamins, 100 to 220 ct
$1/1 Clear Eyes, .5 oz
$2/1 Systane Eye Drops, 1 oz or 2 pk, .33 oz ea.
$4/1 Blink or Complete Drops, .34 to 1 oz, Revitalens Multipurpose Solution, 10 oz or Complete Multipurpose Solution, single or 2 pk, 12 oz ea.
$2/1 Biotrue, multi-purpose solution, 10 oz
$2/1 Boston Multi-Action Solution, 1 or 3.5 oz
$2/1 Opti-Free Pure Moist Multi-Purpose Solution, 2 pk, 10 oz. ea.
$2/1 GenTeal Gel, 2 pk, .34 oz ea.
$2/1 Clear Care Cleaning & Disinfecting Solution, 2 pk, 12 oz ea.
$2/1 Soothe, Eye Drops, .5 oz or 28 pk, .02 oz ea.
$5/1 Omron Pedometers HJ-112, 303, 320 or 322 models
$5/1 At Home Drug Test, 6 or 12 Panel
$10/1 BD Ultra-Fine Nano Pen Needles, 100 pk

$1/1 Kleenex, Facial 4 pk, Upright Bundle, 55 or 60 sheets ea.
$1/1 Cottonelle Bathroom Tissue, 12 large Rolls
$1/1 Cottonelle Fresh Care Wipes, 42 pk.
$1/1 Angel Soft Bathroom Tissue, 24 big rolls
$3/1 Scrubbing Bubbles One Step Toilet Bowl Cleaner Kit, 18 oz or Fresh Brush with Caddy
$1/1 Raid Insect Control, Excludes Earth Options
$2/1 Cutter Backwoods, 7.5 oz or Skinsations Repellent, 6 or 7.5 oz.
$2/1 OFF! Botanicals Spritz Pump Insect Repellent, 4 oz or Raid Earth Options, 15.5 oz
$1/1 OFF! Insect Control, (excludes OFF! Botanicals)
$1/1 Viva Paper Towels, 6 rolls
$5/1 Midland Portable Emergency Weather Alert Radio
$3/1 Memorex AM/FM Armband Radio
$5/1 AT&T GoPhone Samsung A157
$3/1 NET10 Wireless Bring Your Own Phone, SIM Card
$1/1 Sony VHS 6 hrs, 3pk
$1/1 Maxell UR-90 Audio Cassette, 5 pk
$1/1 Fuji 35 mm Film, Indoor & Outdoor 200 or Superia 400, 4 pk, 96 total exp.
$3/1 Energizer Ultimate Lithium Batteries, 4 pk, AA or AAA
$2/1 Duracell Quick Charger or Ion Speed 4000 Charger
$3/1 Able Life EZ Door Knob Grips, 2 pk
$5/1 Able Life Auto Assist Grab Bar

$10/1 Walgreens Phone Cardplus, 350 minutes
$3/1 W Photo 35 mm Camera with Flash, 2 pk Single-use, 400 speed, 54 total exp.
$2/1 W Photo SD Memory Card or Mobile microSD Card with Adapter
$5/1 Walgreens Hearing Aid Batteries, 24 pk, 10, 13, 312 or 675
$2/1 W or Well Beginnings Gentle Infant Formula, 22.2 to 24 oz Advantage or Premium Infant Formula, 8 oz.
$5/1 Wal-Itin or Wal-Zyr Allergy Relief, 150 ct
$8/1 Wal-Fex 24-Hour Allergy Relief, 150 ct
$5/1 Wal-Dryl Allergy Relief Mini Tabs, 365 ct
$4/1 Wal-Phed PE Nasal Decongestant, 100 ct
$8/1 Well at Walgreens Mucus Relief ER, 100 ct
$4/1 Well at Walgreens Clear Soluble Fiber Powder, 16.7 oz
$4/1 Wal-Mucil Powder, 180 doses
$4/1 Walgreens Anti-Diarrheal, 96 ct
$1/1 Well at Walgreens Milk of Magnesia, 26 oz
$2/1 Walgreens Hemorrhoidal Cream, 1.8 oz
$4/1 Well at Walgreens Smooth LAX, 29.9 oz
$2/1 Well at Walgreens Children’s Probiotic Packets, 30 pk or Mature Adult or Women’s Probiotic, 30 ct.
$5/1 Walgreens Ibuprofen, 1,000 ct
$3/1 Walgreens Extra Strength Pain Reliever, 500 ct
$1/1 Walgreens Extra Strength Backache Relief, 24 ct
$2/1 Well at Walgreens First Aid Kit, 140 pieces
$1/1 Walgreens Aloe Vera Burn Relief Continuous Spray, 6 oz
$1/1 Walgreens Stay Awake, 16 or 100 ct
$3/1 Walgreens Pharmacist’s Support Prenatal + DHA Supplement, 120 ct
$1/1 Walgreens Dry Shampoo, 5 oz.
$10/1 Well at Walgreens Automatic Arm Blood Pressure Monitor
$10/1 Well at Walgreens Automatic Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
$1/1 Walgreens Blood Glucose Monitoring System

Free Build-your-own First Aid Case with any 2 select First Aid Items
$10 Mail-in Rebate wyb $30 or more of participating Nature Made products: D3 1000iu, B-12, C-Calcium Liquid Softgels, E 400 iu Liquid Softgels, COQ10, 200 mg, Full Strength Minis, Fish Oil Pearls, 500 mg, SAM-e Complete, Triple Probiotic
$20 Mail-in Rebate wyb Flush & Be Fit

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  • judiegirl

    Hi, Heather! Sorry you had a bad experience. Once in a while it happens. I’ve been really frustrated a few times at different stores but most of that was before I found True Couponing. I did run into a situation recently where a coupon in Walgreens’ monthly Q booklet (June I think) was in fact a manufacturers coupon. Once the (very nice and polite) Walgreens cashier pointed this out to me it was obviously labeled. So, while most of the Q’s in those books are SQ’s a few are not. Of course we know we can’t use 2 same-type Q’s on the same item but surely as a customer you should not be treated rudely or accused of attempting FRAUD – geez. I have found that, even though one person (cashier, manager, etc) may be less than kind or downright unprofessional, if I remain polite and just (as was said in another comment) keep trying – maybe the next day – I’ll find a friendlier face soon. Keep on trying and good luck!

  • Heather Fraser Bruno

    Just in case you missed it- (I see that is way down at the bottom of here- The Wags was on Gandy and MacDill. I had been hoping to use a cottonelle coupon from the booklet with a cottonelle manufacturers coupon. Thanks again.

  • Heather Fraser Bruno

    Wasn’t sure if you had seen my reply with the store and what I was trying to purchase below. I was also curious as to what your corporate contact said about the booklet coupons and the ability to use them with a manufacturer coupon. Thanks!

  • Kathie11

    I am so sorry to hear about your experience. I truly believe that it is the Management and employees (who usually take their positions from their Supervisors) who set the tone for a particular store. I have had the best of the best and the worst of the worst within just a couple miles of each other (referring to stores). I’m in Southern Cali and have found Walgreens amongst the best. Most stores even have their own coupon books in order to help their customers. I’ve never had a bad experience at Walgreens. However, I had one of the worst experiences with CVS, in fact at three stores in the same day! CVS has always been a favorite, however, this past weekend there was a glitch in the EB’s that were spitting out from the register. They were doubling the EB’s on certain items, one being the Huggies Deal, $20 instead of $10. !Unfortunately, couponers’ went crazy, pulling out the phone tree and CVS was bombarded with demanding consumers trying to wipe them out. Not being on a phone tree, I didn’t get the message and so, when I went to get my Huggies Deal with $10 EB’s, I was almost attacked by the frazzled managers in all three places. Each of them scrutinized my coupons, my rain checks and I believe me and my children! (JK on the kids). I had never experienced this with CVS, EVER! Although I was clearly livid, I did feel bad for the managers as they seemed to be getting it from both sides. If I learned anything that day, is that, the next day is always a better day and different people AND that we, as couponers have a responsibility to keep our business honest. Let’s save every last honest penny, but if we know there is clearly a mistake against the store, let’s take the road less traveled and support the Store not losing money, even when it’s their mistake. We will get more happy experiences if we act like our parents taught us to act in pre-school!

  • Steve

    Thanks for the reply, at least I know they aren’t targeting you. I’m not sure why the catalina machine printed out 3 RR for you, it is supposed to be 1 per household. CVS is usually that way with their ECB offers too but sometimes they have a limit of 2 per household. I’ve never tried to buy more than 1 of an offer with RR at Walgreens because I know it can be a pain to get the RR to print and only 1 per transaction is supposed to print so you need to separate out multiple RR deals into multiple transactions. The clerk is wrong, what the policy is – the total number of coupons, including RR coupons as they act as a MQ, can not exceed the number of items you are purchasing. So you can use 2 coupons on an item, a SQ and a MQ, but you’ll need filler items (stuff that is .50 cents or less – they list filler items at the bottoms of the weekly Wags ads) to make up for the difference. I agree, Publix is the best and CVS is easier but when Wags has a good deal I take avantage… I just don’t shop there as my go to store. Afterall, it’s not where shopping is a pleasure. :-)

  • Heather Fraser Bruno

    Additionally- the clerk the following day told me that each coupon must have 1 item, or- 1 coupon= 1 item. 6 coupons means 6 different items. I honestly don’t think i will give them much more time in my days when CVS is awesome, a lot easier, and right across the street from Wags… Publix, Target, Walmart, and CVS are my stores and in that order! :) I do heart Publix…

  • Heather Fraser Bruno

    Well this store must be completely messed up then Steve as I used the exact card and received 3- $2. rr’s for each deal. Our household has only a single account and this was done with the exact member number card and phone number. I am new to Walgreens and there is only one account . I am telling you that it was definitely the coupons from the savings booklet as I tried to use a cottonelle tp coupon in the booklet with a cottenelle manufacturers coupon. That’s when the clerk told me that I could not and it was considered fraud. I explained again that I was new to this couponing at Wags and had understood that you could use both per not only TrueCouponing, but a few other saver sites additionally. She then called for the manager and said to him, “At the meeting, they said these are manufacturers coupons in our booklet and as we turn them in to them, to use an additional coupon is fraud.” The manager sheepishly concurred with the clerk. I went home and got on to the Wags site and had conversations with two different agents. (I accidentally closed out before printing the couponing guidelines link they sent me.) I was decidedly told that I may not use a wags booklet coupon with a manufacturers coupon. I even asked the initial CSA if Wags would ever adopt the same couponing policies as CVS. (She never directly answered that but insisted on sending me 5,000 points. Very kind of her :) So the fraud accusation was again- when I attempted to do my “first deal” of toilet paper and then the fresh wipes. I also wasn’t attempting to do more than 1 deal of the tp and then wipes either so I didn’t look like what I think of as an “Extreme Couponer”.

  • Steve

    The register rewards act like manufacturer coupons and you can only use one per item and just like a MQ they can not exceed the item price. You also cannot redeeem a RR against the same offer, like using the RR from the glade deal to get another glade deal. When you say you got “three 2” are you saying you had three RR’s from the Glade deals? The RR deals are limit 1 per household I believe. You are supposed to have 1 card per household so if you have multiple RR that are the same that may be why the store is giving you a hard time accusing you of fraud. Even though they do allow 1 SQ & 1 MQ per item they may be aware of “extreme couponing” and be targeting you. I have never had a problem using the coupons from the July Savings book with MQ even multiple items each using the SQ+MQ (even though the coupons in the book above say ‘Not valid with any other offer’ and ‘limit one coupon per customer per offer’. Please let me know about the RR question and hopefully we can all figure this out together. :-)

  • Heather Fraser Bruno

    I must have been talking a bit too much in the Advanced Class but I didn’t realize that you also can’t use the register rewards (I think that’s what they are called…the things that when you buy a certain product the machine spits out a $2. coupon) with other coupons and can’t use all of them at once. They make it so if you get a 2. reward (like I did for Glade) You may only use one rr bucks ticket per item. So I got three 2. and for me to use them- i had to buy 3 items that were all over 2. and could only use the rr as the lone discount. I’m with you totally and going to spend the money at cvs. They are alot nicer at cvs too!

  • Heather Fraser Bruno

    Hi Kati- thanks so much for replying. I was trying to use the Walgreens booklet coupons and I believe the cottonelle toilet paper with the .50 cent cottonelle coupon for total of 1.50 off.
    *It is the Walgreens in South Tampa at Gandy and Macdill.

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  • RDelgado

    I hope that you all will keep up posted as to what is going on with this situation. I’m interested to see how much more difficult Walgreen’s plans to make using coupons at their stores and how long it will be before they completely loose out to CVS and Rite Aid or if they will take a page out of their books and go back to a simpler savings system. 80% of the people I know that used to shop at Walgreen’s prior to their implementation of the Balanced Rewards program no longer shop at Walgreen’s with or without coupons. Sounds a bit like the mistake JC Penny made and now Kohl’s has taken the majority of their customers. When will these retailers realize that, 1. People will ALWAYS try to find ways to save as much money as they can when times are hard (and some even when times are not). 2. If people become too suppressed, they will even shoplift and that is going to further hurt Walgreen’s 3. No one wants to shop somewhere that is more driven by their bottom line that giving customers as great a deal as possible. I recently spoke with the manager at my local CVS. She and I were discussing my being a “Couponer” and CVS’ CEO and his thoughts about customers. She said that he was a very impressive man and her coming from a background of constant financial struggles truly enjoyed working for a company that was really looking out for customers and that the development of the CVS Red Machine was a direct result of CVS’ dedication to saving customers money. Granite, she’s the manager of one of their stores and really might benefit from telling me a load of crap. However, she also was leaving that particular store in the following days and really wouldn’t need to worry about that particular store’s bottom line. So again, I will continue to shop at CVS as long as the deals are good and I will continue to shop at Walgreen’s to get my prescriptions filled and when they have a very rare good deal.

  • RDelgado

    I hope that you all will keep up posted as to what is going on with this situation. I’m interested to see how much more difficult Walgreens plans to make using coupons at their stores and how long it will be before they completely loose out to CVS and Rite Aid

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  • http://truecouponing.com/ ~ True Kati

    What store were you at Heather? (just cross streets and city, not the store number) I would like to contact them as well after I speak to my Corp contact.
    Oh, and I need to know what you were trying to purchase! Thank you!

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  • Heather Fraser Bruno

    Thanks for your response. Unfortunately, it was also the manager who also confirmed what the clerk said. I then contacted customer service to clarify and they said that the booklet now is considered a manufacturers coupon as Walgreens is reimbursed by the manufacturers of the products. That’s the big problem. Apparently- they are changing their interpretation of the policy. The CSA sent me the link to the policy too. What will qualify as a Walgreens coupon now? :(

  • Joshua

    Sorry to hear about your experience. I have not experienced that issue at all. Could it be that one of the coupons you had prohibited the use of another coupon for the same item? If not, the employee that helped you appears to not be aware of their coupon policy. The following text comes straight from their coupon policy:

    “Multiple Coupons

    When purchasing a single item, Walgreens accepts one manufacturer coupon and applicable Walgreens coupon(s) for the purchase of a single item, unless prohibited by either coupon offer.

    The coupon amount must be reduced if it exceeds the value of the item after other discounts or coupons are applied. (For example, a $5.00 coupon for a $4.99 item will result in a $4.99 coupon value).

    When purchasing multiple items, Walgreens accepts multiple identical coupons for multiple qualifying items as long as there is sufficient stock to satisfy other customers, unless a limit is specified. Management reserves the right to limit the quantity of items purchased. Customer and employee purchases of excessive quantities of advertised items is not permitted. An excessive quantity is any quantity above and beyond normal household usage.”

    Hope that helps answer your question!

  • Heather Fraser Bruno

    Hi ladies- (and husbands :) I was told by my Walgreens today that I was trying to commit fraud by using the Walgreens coupon book AND a manufacturers coupon. Any advice on how to handle this? Thanks so much! HFB

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