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Our family loves Walgreens for all things pharmacy, but there's so much more to this store than just medications. Walgreens also has a great variety of grocery items, making it a one-stop shop---especially nice on a Sunday afternoon. Just after dinner yesterday, I headed out to Walgreens to take advantage of some their paperless coupon deals. I had no idea how glad I would be today that I grabbed some of the soup that was on sale!
I had just put the Walgreens app on my phone the day before and synced it up to my Walgreens Balance Rewards card. I played around with it for awhile, virtually clipping coupons that I might want to redeem. As I scrolled through the list of available coupon deals in every category, I just hit "clip to card" and the deal would be automatically added to my rewards card.
There were several varieties of soup on sale and using the coupon made the price even lower. I grabbed some chicken noodle because it's one of our family's favorites. It's important to me to stock up on items that we use regularly whenever I find a good price. If I do this with all our regular items, I build a nice backup for times when I can't get out to the store.
Turns out, I would need this soup much sooner than anticipated! Poor Elisha woke up in the night very sick---and was sick all through this afternoon. He spent a lot of time on the couch looking miserable.
Late this afternoon, Elisha felt like eating something, so I prepared the soup for him and served it in this cute vintage soup bowl I found at an antique mall.
I was so thankful for the extra couple minutes I took to clip the coupon and grab the soup yesterday. I had just what he needed to help him feel better---and that's not the first time Walgreens has helped me out with that.
Look at this happy boy up and feeling better! If you'd like to try out the app, just download it to your phone, follow instructions to sync it to your card, and then scroll through to clip the coupons you want to use---no scissors required! Once you're at the checkout, scan your phone or rewards card, or enter your phone number, and the coupons will be deducted from your total and deleted from your card.
Have you tried the Walgreens app? Let me know in the comments below!