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I’ve always dreamed of being an extreme couponer. Everyone likes to save money, but it can take a lot of work, though. In reality, I don’t really know how to use coupons. Sure, I get the gist. That part isn’t hard. What fails is everything else. I can clip, I can sort, then somewhere between there and an actual trip to the store they all get lost.
Walgreens Paperless Coupons are what my dreams are made of. They are manufacturer eCoupons that can be â€˜clipped’ to your own Balance Rewards account and redeemed at checkout. Redeeming is simple, just scan your Balance Rewards Card at checkout and your coupon is automatically applied. That means, you no longer need to use scissors to cut coupons or remember to bring them to the store. Just be sure to sync your Balance Rewards membership to the Mobile App to get started. Each paperless coupon can only be used once. Once it is redeemed it will be deleted from your coupon list.
Did you see that? You no longer need to use scissors to cut coupons or remember to bring them to the store. Extreme couponing here I come! At least at Walgreens. Which is alright, because I’m there all the time anyway.
I’ve been using #WalgreensPaperless Coupons for awhile now. My most recent trip, to buy necessities like paper towels and batteries, I made sure to look for coupons first and add them to our family’s balance rewards account. I love that there was no coupon to clip, nothing to forget. The savings was automatically applied with my Balance Rewards card.
These are not very fun things. But by using Walgreens Paperless Coupons, we can save up for the fun things. Every little bit of savings helps.
Fun things like even more ice cream and crayons. Which you can also save at Walgreens. Or extra fun things like road trips and fancy days at the salon. My daughter was super excited to get her hair cut for back to school. The batteries that I bought and saved with my paperless coupon at Walgreens were used for my camera, so I could capture more moments like this.
You could also spend your savings on cable television to watch those extreme couponing shows. Which, by the way, you should be on the lookout on one of their next episodes. I won’t actually be on it, but I’m sure I’m well on my way.