Walgreens: Glade Expressions Starter Kits for just $0.24 each

Through December 1, 2012, Walgreens has their Glade Expressions Starter Kits on sale Buy One, Get One Free. Buy two and use two $2/1 Glade Expressions coupons to get them for just $0.24 each after the coupons.

See more deals at Walgreens this week here.

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  1. Carrie #2 says

    Last week my Wags manager told me that I could NOT use two manufacturer coupons on a BOGO free sale. The reason was because I was already getting one item for free and therefore could not use a coupon with it. Actually, the phrase the manager used was “coupon fraud”. I told her that my grocery store allows this and she said that it was committing coupon fraud. When I got home, I called corporate and they agreed with her, but said it was against their policy. Stating “against store policy” and “coupon fraud” are completely two different things and I was embarrassed that this manager used “coupon fraud” in front of another customer who was behind me in line. My shopping at Wags was limited before because of the hassle of working deals there then limited even more because of this new rewards program and now because of this incident, it will be even less. I will only go in for regular items that are good deals on their own through a sale, like milk this week for $3.19 instea of the usual $3.69.

    • asmith says

      Sorry to hear about your incident at Walgreens this must be a new policy the following is from their official coupon policy:

      Buy One, Get One Free Coupons
      When items are featured in a Buy One, Get One Free promotion, up to two coupons can be used against the items being purchased, as long as the net price does not go below zero for the items being purchased.
      Sales tax must be paid for any Buy One, Get One Free coupon offers, if required by applicable state laws.

      I know this could be read only for B1G1 coupon but the same reasoning should apply to their B1G1 promotion. I know I have used 2 coupons in the past without any issues. If that is the policy they need to update website. I don’t shop at Walgreens very much due to the poor customer service.

      • Carrie #2 says

        My thoughts exactly. I had looked up the policy before I called corporate and from what you and Laura copied verbatum, I thought my point of two manufacturer coupons for a BOGO free sale was allowed. Like you, I had done it many times in the past but I think the coupon has to be manually pushed through and of course my regular, long-time cashier was gone that day so I was dealing with both a new cashier and a new manager to the store. Corporate and I kept reading the statement back and forth to each other and I felt like she was trying to interpret it as she read along. Almost like if someone else had answered the phone, I woud have gotten a different interpretation of the same policy. After going around and around for a while, I told her that the higher ups need to reword it because it is very confusing and not clear about how BOGO are to be treated. She said she would make a note of it. We’ll see if anything changes in the wording.

    • Laura says

      Carrie #2-

      This is Walgreens policy on BOGO items, as stated on their website:

      Buy One, Get One Free Coupons
      When items are featured in a Buy One, Get One Free promotion, up to two coupons can be used against the items being purchased, as long as the net price does not go below zero for the items being purchased.
      Sales tax must be paid for any Buy One, Get One Free coupon offers, if required by applicable state laws.