15 tips and tricks for saving money at Walgreens (WBA)

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Walgreens sells everything from groceries to greeting cards.
It also has a pharmacy offering services like free blood pressure tests and flu shots.
Whether you’re shopping for groceries or picking up a prescription, there are a lot of tricks that can help you save money at Walgreens.
Some of the tricks include signing up for the rewards program, checking online for exclusive deals, and using manufacturer’s coupons. 

Walgreens is one of the biggest drugstore chains in the country, operating between 8,000 and 10,000 stores in the United States. 

Whether you’re at Walgreens shopping for groceries or picking up a prescription, there are plenty of ways to score major deals and discounts. 

The easiest way to save is through Walgreens’ free Balance Rewards program, which allows shoppers to earn points for every dollar spent, adding up to discounts on future purchases. Members can also track healthy activities like walking or biking to earn even more savings points. 

Without becoming a member, there are still plenty of ways to find discounts at the store, like checking the Walgreens website and app, looking for orange clearance tags in-store, and knowing which aisles to check to find the best deals. 

Here are some other tips to save money at Walgreens: 

Join the rewards program. Almost every product sold at Walgreens has a lower price for rewards members.

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Check online for deals that aren’t listed elsewhere. Sometimes, you can get as much as 50% off on products.

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Check the Walgreens Savings Book online. Each month, Walgreens releases hundreds of dollars’ worth of coupons in an online book. The current July book offers over $350 worth of coupons.
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