Walgreens: 36 free address labels with free shipping!

You can currently get 36 free address labels from Walgreens.com with free shipping. Here’s how:

  • Sign in or create an account on Walgreens.com.
  • Create your labels and one set of labels to your cart.
  • Use coupon code ADDFREE at checkout.
  • Your total will show up as $4.99, but when you continue and go all the way through checkout, your total should show up as free with free shipping on the last page.

This offer is valid through November 26, 2012.

Thanks, Coupon Cravings!

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  1. says

    You have to go all the way through check out before the shipping will show up as free.

    Stationery Gifts
    Deliver by :
    Mon. Dec. 03, 2012
    1 Address Label(s)

    Cost of Stationery Gifts(s): 7.99
    ADDFREE: -7.99

    Subtotal: 0.00
    ADDFREE: -4.99
    Standard S&H: 4.99
    Edit Stationery Gifts order Sales Tax: 0.00

    Charged when order is placed Total: 0.00


    $ 0.00

  2. Rebecca Dula says

    Thanks so much!!! Always love the Walgreens photo freebies. Happy a wonderful Thanksgiving. Finding your website and being able to meet you in Joplin is something I am thankful for this year!!

  3. Mary says

    Thanks so much! All through the checkout process I was skeptical 😉 haha BUT it did come out to FREE all around! Thanks!!!

  4. Darcy says

    Mine is showing up as 4.99 for shipping?? i thought it was suppose to be free … and its asking for payment now,.. but with a 4.99 shipping fee

  5. Aleah Buck says

    Just a note for anyone else who does this: it looks like it will make you pay for shipping and you DO have to enter payment information. After you do that, though, when you get to the confirmation page, it will subtract the shipping fee. It confused me for a moment because there was no free shipping option!

  6. Darcy says

    Thank you! I just noticed that.. also signed up another email account so i can get 36 more free! Now im getting 72!!!

  7. PJ says

    Worked for me – after you enter your credit card it takes you to a review and submit your order page which shows the free shipping – and then you can click on submit this order – so your order is not submitted until you review it and see the free shipping.

  8. charity crawford says

    Thank you this is great I was needing some more labels! It is free I thought they were going to charge $4.99 for shipping also but came up free on last page. Thanl you SO much for your great offers.

  9. Jill says

    Question about the free shipping on the Walgreen Labels. Do I have to give them my credit card info when the shipping is suppose to be free?

    • Megan says

      Jill – you have to enter payment info – but after you do, they deduct the shipping and your total is $0. It’s annoying, but works. I just did it.

  10. says

    Just tried this one. Beautiful options but it wouldn’t go thru. Tried to make me pay. I thought they were cute enough to pay, but it wouldn’t even let my payment go through. Awww. Cause they are adorable.

    • says

      It didn’t work for me either. It showed up as free shipping until I got to the end. Then the last page said the total was $13.76. So, I trusted what everyone said and just kept moving forward. They charged me $13.76 for the order. I just emailed customer service so hopefully they’ll cancel it. :(

  11. romi says

    Still is asking me for the way of payment, if I don’t put anything on it I can’t go on!
    Do you think if I put all my credit card number and etc, they still don’t charge me for anything?

  12. Michelle says

    Thanks! It worked perfectly – I did put in my credit card info, but on the last page it deducted the shipping and the entire order was free.

  13. Kacy says

    Thank you! I didn’t need address labels either so made some cute labels to put on my baked goodies. I didn’t like how I had to put in my credit card number, but it did end up being zero cost to me.

  14. Tracy says

    it wouldnt accept my paypal payment of zero…..and now wont accept my “addfree” coupon to re do it using a credit card.

  15. Kim says

    I felt nervous about this one too, but you DO have to click past the page where you enter what form of payment you want to use. This does not charge you; there is another page after that. On that final page, it will take off the $4.99 shipping. Hope this helps with anyone who was nervous about the shipping cost. 😀

  16. Tessa says

    I tried the offer this morning and it completed the order and was $14.25. I did the live chat with Walgreens and she said the code was not on her listed promos going on. I had to cancel my order. Thanks for the offer but wanted to give other ladies a heads up!

  17. Margery H. says

    It did work just like Crystal said. I had plenty of address labels with my husband’s and my name on them, so I ordered some for my eldest daughter with her name. She will feel so special to have her own address labels, and now I have a free stocking stuffer!

    Thanks so much.

  18. Becky says

    Worked for me! I too hesitated at having to enter payment info, but if you continue, it will show your total as $0.00 before you have to do a final confirmation.

    I created some address labels using a photo of my sister and her husband, and got the free 8×10 deal using the same photo, for a Christmas gift for my sister.

    You can’t beat free!

  19. Kathryn says

    I got the same error message as Laura: “We’re sorry, the coupon code(s) ADDFREE cannot be applied. Please check the coupons and try again.” Boo!

  20. Heather says

    It says, “we’re sorry, coupon code ADDFREE cannot be applied.” Hopefully it will work on Monday! I have mine all saved and ready to go.

  21. K.G. says

    Just tried to place my label order, but it won’t apply the code and says “We’re sorry, coupon code(s) ADDFREE cannot be applied. Please check the coupons and try again.” Possibly the deal expired early? :(

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