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Do you like to save time? Do you like to save money? If you answered yes to either of these questions (and I bet you said yes to both) then Walgreens Paperless Coupons are just the thing for you.
Walgreens Paperless Coupons are manufacturer coupons (and even Walgreens store coupons) that are an eCoupon that can be "clipped" and saved to your Balance Rewards card account. Then when you arrive in store you just have the cashier scan your Balance Rewards card or bar code on the app and the savings are automatically deducted. No more fiddling around with the hassle of paper coupons.
How to use Walgreens Paperless Coupons:
- Sign up to be a Walgreens Balance Rewards member (free), if you are not already.
- Download the Walgreens Mobile App on your iPhone or Android and then sign in using your Balance Rewards Account.
- Next find the Weekly Ad & Coupons icon, then click the clip coupons section and start clipping.
- Once you use a coupon it's automatically deleted from your coupon list.
This is my weekly life, printing, collecting, cutting, and sorting coupons into my coupon binder. A little time consuming and at times even somewhat wasteful. Some months when I am cleaning out my binder I find myself throwing away over half of the coupons I printed therefore basically throwing away money. I know what you're probably thinking, what money? But if you think about it every time you print a coupon you're using paper and ink and well, that tends to add up week after week. That's why I was excited to learn more about the Walgreens Paperless Coupons program.
Last week Walgreens had an excellent store coupon I was able to clip on my phone for 59¢ Nice! Pure Baking Soda. That made them less than half price so I was super excited. And with the limit of three boxes I was able to get one for our refrigerator, freezer, and for my pantry for cooking. I knew it was well past time to change out my boxes so this was the perfect opportunity to get back on track. The top of the box even had a place to write the date so I'd know exactly when I opened it. Hopefully that little reminder will help me along next time so I'm not trying to guess how many months the box had been opened.
I don't know about you, but the whole process of remembering to grab coupons on the way out the door seems to be something that just isn't in the front of my mind. Between trying to remember my grocery bags and getting my kids ushered out the door I tend to hurry out and forget to grab my coupons. But with the ability to use the Walgreens Paperless Coupons I don't have to worry about remembering this extra step. They are already loaded right on my rewards card just waiting to be used. Plus when I'm in store shopping and see things marked down on clearance I can quickly open the app to see if there are any extra coupons that might match up with the items to make the savings even better. Oh how I love this digital world!
Have you used paperless coupons before? If so what did you think about using them. If not why haven't you tried them yet?