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Walgreens Deal
Buy (1) Listerine Whitening Rinse 16oz $3.99
(1) $2/1 LISTERINE® WHITENING® Product www.coupons.com (Zip 33033)
= $1.99, Get $2 Register Rewards
TOTAL = FREE Listerine!!


a fabulous coupon some of you will get in your SmartSource inserts this upcoming week 2/3. There is a Walgreens coupon for FREE Poise Body Cooling Towlettes 20ct. It states one coupon per customer but this is a little unusual because ordinarily Walgreens coupons take off for multiples in one order. However, it seems crazy to me that that would be the case with this coupon.

thx christie at wfw for two item above

Azo Cranberry (100 ct) softgel – WIC 446516 - $9.99 get $10 RR

Culturelle Digestive (30 ct), Culturelle For Kids probiotic (30 ct) packet or Culturelle Kids chewable probiotc (30 ct) - $10 get $10 RR
Answers at Wags digestive health booklet - $1 off any Culturelle product (5/1/13) mq

Sheets Energy strips (8 ct) mint - $3.99 get $4 RR (Berry Blast listed at $3.99, may be included)

Thermacare Heat Wrap Back L/XL – WIC 169264 - $2.99 get $3 RR


Other RR items:

Claritin 10 mg Liquigels (40 ct) or 24 HR 10 mg (45 ct w/15 free) - $26.99 get $4 RR
$6 mq in Sunday 2/3 paper

Colgate Total Gum Defense or Total Advanced (4 oz) or Max Fresh Intense (6 oz) or Max Fresh toothbrush - $2.99 get $2 RR

Playtex Gentle Glide (36 ct) or Sport tampon (36 ct) - $6.99 get $2 RR


Loyalty point offers:

Buy participating Aleve, Centrum, Caltrate, Osteo Bi-Flex, Nature’s Bounty, Sundown, Ester-C, Glucerna, Ensure, Depends or Poise products – Buy $20 get 5,000 or Buy $30 get 10,000 points (monthly deal)
Aleve (50 ct) caps or tabs - $5.99 on 1/27
Aleve liquid gel (40 ct) - $7.99 on 1/27
Centrum Silver (100 – 125 ct), ProNutrients (50 - 100 ct) - $11.99 and BOGO 50% on 1/27 & 2/3
Depends or Poise - $11.99 on 1/27
Disney Toy Story Gummy vitamin (60 ct) - $6.99 and BOGO 50%
Ensure - $7.99 on
Ester-C products – BOGO 50% - cheapest is gummies (60 ct) at $6.99
Glucerna shake (11 oz) 4 ct - $7.99 on 1/27
Mq in Sunday 1/27 paper
Nature’s Bounty – BOGO 50% on 2/3
Osteo Bi-Flex products – BOGO 50%
Sundown products – BOGO 50% - Vitamin D 1000IU (100 ct) - $5.99

Buy participating Curel, Jergens, Lubriderm, Eucerin, Gold Bond, Aveeno or W Dry Skin lotion – Buy $10 get 2,000 or Buy $20 get 5,000 points (monthly deal)
Aveeno lotion tube (2.5 oz) - $3.29 and BOGO 50% on 1/27
Aveeno bar (3.5 oz) - $3.49 and BOGO 50% on 1/27
Aveeno lotion (12 oz) - $8.99
Eucerin hand crème (2.7 oz) or (2 oz) cream tube - $5.49 and BOGO 50% on 1/27
Gold Bond Ultimate Healing or Moisturizing X/S lotion (14 oz) - $7.99 on 2/3
$2 mq in Sunday 2/3 paper
Jergens Daily lotion (21 oz) - $7.29
Lubiderm Advanced Therapy lotion (16 oz) - $7.99

Buy participating Robitussin, Dimetapp, Advil, Campbell’s, Emergen-C, Lysol or Nice products – Buy $10 get 2,000 (monthly deal)
Advil Allergy & Congestion or Congestion Relief (10 ct) - $5 on 1/27
Advil Infant drops (.5 oz) - $5.99 and BOGO 50% on 1/27
Advil liquid Children (4 oz) - $6.99 and BOGO 50% on 1/27
Dimetapp DM cough (4 oz) - $5 on 1/27
$1 mq in Sunday 1/27 paper
Lysol Disinfecting spray (12.5 oz) - $3.99 on 2/3
Robitussin (20 ct) or (4 oz) - $5 on 1/27

Buy participating Schick, Skintimate, K-Y, Listerine, Rembrandt, Revlon, or Body Fantasies products – Buy $10 get 1,000 or Buy $20 get 3,000 points (monthly deal)
Body Fantasies mist (8 oz) – 2/$10
Edge shave gel - $3.29 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
K-Y Yours + Mine - $14.99 – Lists a free $25 restaurant.com offer
$4 mq in Sunday 2/3 paper
K-Y Intense gel - $24.99
$4 mq in Sunday 2/3 paper
Listerine Pocket Packs (72 ct) - $2.99
Rembrandt (3 oz) toothpaste - $4.99
Revlon Color Burst lip gloss - $7.49 or lip butter - $7.99 and BOGO 50% on 1/27
Schick Hydro shave gel (8.4 oz) - $3.99 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
Schick Slim Trim disposable razor (12 ct) - $8.49 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
Schick Quattro disposable women (3 ct) - $9.99 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
Schick Xtreme3 disposable (4 ct) - $8.99 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
Skintimate shave gel - $3.49 and BOGO 50% on 2/3

Advil or Thermacare products – Buy 2 get 1,000 or Buy 3 or more get 2,000 points (monthly deal)
Advil Liqui-gel (160 ct), (200 ct) tablets or PM (120 ct) caplets - $12.99 on 2/3
Thermacare (2 ct) - $6.99 and BOGO 50% on 1/27
$1 mq in Sunday 1/27 paper

Blink Tears lubricating drops (.5 oz) or For Contacts or gel Tear drops (.34 oz) - $5.99 – Buy 1 get 1,000 points

Complete Multipurpose solution (12 oz) or Blink-N-Clean drops (15 ml) - $5.99 – Buy 1 get 1,000 points

Dove or Caress bar soap – 4/$5 – Buy 4 get 1,000 points

Finest Nutrition vitamins & supplements – Buy 3 get 3,000 points – items BOGO 50% (monthly deal)
Iron 28 mg (100 ct), B12 (2 oz) 2 count, Papaya & Enzyme (100 ct) or Vitamin C 500 mg (100 ct) - $4.99

Garnier products – Buy $15 get 3,000 points
Towelette (25 ct) - $5.99
Cleanser - $7.79
Skin products - $12.99

Gillette products – Buy $20 get 3,000 points (monthly deal)
Fusion Proglide razor - $9.99 on 1/27 & 2/3
Fusion Proglide trimmer system with cartridge - $9.99 on 1/27 & 2/3
Fusion Proglide (4 ct) cartridge - $18.99
Venus w/Olay razor - $9.99
Cartridges in 1/27 bonus buys
Fusion Proglide Silver Touch razor, manual or power at $9.99
Mq in Sunday 1/27 paper
Series shave gel (7 oz) - $2.99 and BOGO 50% on 1/27
Disposable razors listed BOGO 50%, but do not show the point offer. Need to check on 1/27 to see if included
Mach3 razors listed as well, but without points. Another item to check on 1/27

Glade – Buy 3 participating products get 2,000 points (monthly deal) – items 25% off on 2/3
Carpet & Room (32 oz) or Tough Odor spray (9.7 oz) - $2.39
Plug-In or candle Scented Oil refill or candle - $2.84
Décor Scents (.28 oz) or Expression refill (7 oz) - $2.99
Expression (7 oz) - $3.36
Plug-In warmer (.67 oz) - $3.74
Scented Oil candle holder w/3 refills - $4.11
Plug-In Scented Oil refill or LI refill (2 ct) - $4.49
Lasting Impressions (1.34 oz) or Sense & Spray - $7.49
Auto spray kit - $9.74

Hallmark – Buy $20 get 2,500 points
Lists Valentines bags - $.99 to $4.99

Hefty Cinchsak (45 ct) Kitchen, (28 ct) Trash or (18 ct) Lawn & Leaf - $5.99 – Buy 1 get 1,000 points

Herball Essences or Aussie products – 2/$5 – Buy 2 get 1,000 points

Hershey’s King Size bars – 3/$3 – Buy 2 get 500 points

Kellogg’s – 2/$5 – Buy 4 get 1,000 points
Special K, Frosted Mini Wheats, Crunch Nut, Raison Bran Crunch, Fun Pak (8 ct), Smart Start, Nutra Grain bars, Fiber Plus,

Lindt, Ghiradelli, Ritter or Green & Black bars – 2/$4 - Buy 2 get 100 points

Living Solutions appliances – Buy 1 get 1,000 points – items 20% off

L’Oreal Color Riche lip, nail or eye products –$5.99 - $9.49 and BOGO 50% - Buy $15 get 3,000

Method products – Buy 2 get 1,000 points – items 25% off
Dish pump (18 oz) - $2.99
Glass & Surface or A/P spray cleaner (28 oz) - $3.36
Wood cleaner (25 oz) - $4.86
Detergent – 25 load - $6.74

Mucinex, Delsym, or Cepacol products – Buy 2 get 4,000 points (monthly deal)
Delsym adult (4 oz) - $11.99 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
Mucinex Child cough Melts (12 ct) - $8.99 on 2/3
Mucinex ER tabs (20 ct) - $10.99 on 1/27

Nestle or Butterfinger candy bars – 2/$1 – Buy 4 get 1,000 points

Nice candy – $1.99 - Buy 2 participating (13 – 16 oz) get 100 points

Nice N Easy foam hair color - $7.99 – Buy 1 get 1,000 points (monthly deal)

Nicoderm or Nicorette - $39.99 – Buy 1 get 2,000 points

Nutrisse hair color - $6.99 – Buy 1 get 1,000 points
$2/2 mq in Sunday 2/3 paper

Olay Total Effects products – $18.99 - Buy 2 get 3,000 points

Pure Life products – Buy 2 get 5,000 points (monthly deal)
25% off

Revitalens Multi-Purpose solution (10 oz) - $5.99 – Buy 1 get 1,000 points

Robitussin (8 oz) - $7.99, Dimetapp (8 oz) or (20 ct) Advil Congestion Relief products – Buy 2 get 4,000 points
Does not appear to DD with monthly deal – different sizes, but worth checking.

SC Johnson products – Buy 3 get 2,000 points – items (25% off)
Drano Professional Strength (32 oz) - $4.71
Fantastik (32 oz) - $2.99
Pledge or Pledge wipes - $4.11
Scrubbing Bubbles 1 Step toilet refill (18 oz) - $2.99
Scrubbing Bubbles Fresh Brush refill (12 ct) - $3.36
Scrubbing Bubbles Mega Shower foamer - $3.96
Scrubbing Bubbles 1 Step toilet kit - $7.49
Vanish Drop-In bowl cleaner (1.7 oz) - $1.49
Windex Wipes - $2.99
Windex (26 oz) trigger - $3.21

Unilever products – Buy $15 get 5,000 points
Hellman’s mayo – 2/$7
Lipton tea bags (100 ct), Ice tea (10 qt), Cold Brew (22 ct), Decaff tea bags (48 ct), Green tea (40 ct) or Family size (24 ct) - $3
Ragu sauce – 2/$4

Vicks Nyquil (48 ct) Liquicaps - $10.99 – Buy 1 get 1,000 points

Visical Hair E/S Dietary supplement - $39.99 – Buy 1 get 5,000 points (monthly deal)

Walgreens Children’s Pain & Fever, thermometers, Children’s Tylenol or Children’s Motrin products – Buy 2 get 2,000 points (monthly deal)
Walgreens Pain/Fever Child (30 ct) - $3.99 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
Walgreens Pain/Fever Jr (24 ct) - $4.99 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
Wal-Tap Child cough/cold (4 oz) - $4.99 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
Walgreens Pain/Fever 160 mg (1 oz) - $5.49 and BOGO 50% on 2/3
Walgreens Ibuprofen 100 Child (4 oz) - $5.99 and BOGO 50% on 2/3

Walgreens TrueTest BG test strips (25 ct) - $19.99 – Buy 1 get 1,000 points

Windex and Scrubbing Bubbles – Buy 2 get 1,500 points – need to check for DD with SC Johnson, only item listed with this deal is:
Windex Touch-Up kitchen or bath cleaner - $3.49

Wrigley or Extra products (3 pk) – 2/$4 – Buy 2 get 250 points


Other Sale items:

7-Up, Canada Dry, A&W, Sunkist or Hawaiian Punch (2L) - $.99

Bayer aspirin 81 mg (300 ct) - $12.99 ($3 off)
Bayer 325 mg (200 ct) - $8.99 ($3 off)
Bayer Extra Strength tabs (80 ct) - $8.49 ($3 off)

Biscoff snack pack, Sunshine Cheez-It (4.5 oz), Royal Dansk cookies (3.5 oz), Nabisco cookies or crackers (3.8 – 6 oz) or Kellogg’s Rick Krispie Treat - $.99

Campbell’s Chunky - $1.69

Coke, Sprite, Sprite Zero, Dr. Pepper, diet Coke (12 pk) – 1 day sale – 3/$10 – 3/$12 the rest of the week.

Cosmetics – BOGO 50% - Maybelline, L’Oreal, Neutrogena
$3 IVC Neutrogena Skin Clearing or Shine Control products

Crest Whitening Baking Soda Peroxide, regular or T/C (6.4 oz), Crest Kids toothbrush or Oral-B Indicator or Stages - $1.99

Dial body wash (16 oz) – BOGO at $5.49

Foster Grant readers – BOGO at $9.99 - $24.99

Frito Lay chips, Doritos or Tostitos – 1 day sale - $1.99 (2/$6 rest of the week)

Garnier Fructus products - $3.49
$1 mq in Sunday 2/3 paper

Gold Bond lotions – BOGO 50% (doesn’t list any with monthly point offer)

Kleenex or Puffs - $.99

Mentos or Wrigley gum or Altoids or Tic Tac - $.99

Neosporin, Cortizone, Cortaid, Band-Aid, J&J First Aid – BOGO 50%

Nice black olives - $.99

Nice purified water (24 ct) - $2.49 – (1 day sale - $1.99)

Reach Total Care Plus Whitening floss (30 yd) - $1.19
Reach Total Care toothbrush - $1.99
Reach Advantage toothbrush - $2.79

SoftSoap (7.5 oz) pump - $.99

Speedstick or Lady Speedstick A/P - $1.99
$1 mq in Sunday 1/20 paper

Theater box candy – 3/$3

Viva (6 roll) - $5.99
$1 IVC in Feb. book


Walgreens aspirin (100 ct) – BOGO at $1.29 – more expensive aspirin included

Walgreens ISO alcohol or Hydrogen peroxide – BOGO 50%

Walgreens nutritional shakes – BOGO 50% and on sale - $5.99 and $7.49

Yardley bar soap - $.79


Buy One get something:

Apple I-Tunes card - $50 – Buy 1 get $10 Wags GC


Fillers:

Valentine gift sacks – 6/$1

Valentine wrapped pencil w/eraser topper – 3/$1

Valentines Mars, Nestle, Necco, Topps, Wonka candy - $.39

Nestle or Butterfinger candy bars – 2/$1 – Buy 4 get 1,000 points

Valentines Palmer (4 oz), Ferrara - $.79

Bumble Bee chunk light tuna - $.89


Rebate:

Arctic Naturals Daily Omega-3 (60 ct) softgels, Ultimate Omega-3 (60 ct) softgel or Total Omega (60 ct) softgels - $15 get $15 MIR in Feb. book

FlexSure Restorative Joint Health (90 ct) capsules - $20 get $20 MIR in Feb. book

Jamieson Natural Eggshell Membrane caps (30 ct) - $20 get $20 MIR in Feb. book

Renew Life Love Your Heart Veggie (90 ct) capsules - $20 get $20 MIR in Feb. book

Virmax T testosterone booster (30 ct) - $20 get $20 MIR in Feb. book

Walgreens True Result BG meter - $14.99 MIR in package – also – Buy 1 get 1,000 points


also earn 10% BONUS if rebate option for Walgreens Gift Card is chosen. rebates (except for the glucose meter) can submitted online at www.walgreensrebates.com


thnx pwcpal/sd

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Are all the monthly rebates sent in to the same address for processing? I have 4 $10 Register Rewards to burn. I was thi... (more)

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Thanks Mr.C

I think I need a WAG FAQ like the SER one...

If I buy an item that kicks out RR, when I use the RR to buy a FAR item, does WAG still shell out the full FAR amount?

labboypro said:   I think I need a WAG FAQ like the SER one...

If I buy an item that kicks out RR, when I use the RR to buy a FAR item, does WAG still shell out the full FAR amount?


for the ones submitted online, YES.you get back the full price.

The listerine coupon is $1 not $2.

niniss said:   The listerine coupon is $1 not $2.

it was $2. snooze you lose buddy, always gotta print out the coupons BEFORE the sale.

ok, I'm debating getting the paper delivered just so I can get coupons. It's $3.69 per week for the wednesday and sunday delivery only (that's their coupon days editions). thoughts? (this would be the austin american statesman in texas)

cblue said:   ok, I'm debating getting the paper delivered just so I can get coupons. It's $3.69 per week for the wednesday and sunday delivery only (that's their coupon days editions). thoughts? (this would be the austin american statesman in texas)

Sound a little high if you're a new subscriber. Usually they have promo deals (even on Groupon) for less typically. I'm thinking $2 a week tops for Weds-Sun delivery would be a fair price. If I see any Austin paper deals, I'll share them.

MISTERCHEAP said:   cblue said:   ok, I'm debating getting the paper delivered just so I can get coupons. It's $3.69 per week for the wednesday and sunday delivery only (that's their coupon days editions). thoughts? (this would be the austin american statesman in texas)

Sound a little high if you're a new subscriber. Usually they have promo deals (even on Groupon) for less typically. I'm thinking $2 a week tops for Weds-Sun delivery would be a fair price. If I see any Austin paper deals, I'll share them.


as an example, here's an old Groupon deal. keep your eyes opened for a new one. http://www.groupon.com/deals/austin-american-statesman-1

MISTERCHEAP said:   cblue said:   ok, I'm debating getting the paper delivered just so I can get coupons. It's $3.69 per week for the wednesday and sunday delivery only (that's their coupon days editions). thoughts? (this would be the austin american statesman in texas)

Sound a little high if you're a new subscriber. Usually they have promo deals (even on Groupon) for less typically. I'm thinking $2 a week tops for Weds-Sun delivery would be a fair price. If I see any Austin paper deals, I'll share them.


I don't live in Texas, but if you look around and are patient good deals are to be had with newspaper delivery for coupons. In my area (Southern California), they had a promotion (which I do every year) in which you can sign up for an entire year of Sunday only delivery for only two cents. A couple months ago they called me and offered me to get the paper everyday for that same two centa. Never had two cents work so hard for me. That is the Orange County Register.

I also get the Los Angeles Times for "free" by buying my subscription using frequent airline miles. You might see if that s available in your area. I know it is not free as you are using airline miles, but to me it is a good swap as I rarely actually use them to take flights.

Thanks for the replies. I was looking at their subscription page statesman - it was the same price for sunday only or for sunday plus wednesday (the wed through sunday was $5.54). I'll keep an eye out. It may be more because it includes digial access? That's the only thing I found on their website though.

Anyone know if the rebate for buying the FAR products online is different from the rebate for buying the same FAR stuff in-store? This has been asked on other threads but I've never seen a definitive answer. I've already bought the FAR stuff online so I'm wondering if I can buy the same items in-store and submit both sets of rebates.

For those of you not aware....

be sure to 'bank' your Balance Rewards points as opposed to cashing them out at $5.

see chart to see why. Since points don't expire for 36 months, try to bank 40000 points when they are worth $50 (25% bonus in value vs the 5000 for $5)

Does anyone find out "Listerine Whitening Rinse 16oz, $3.99" in central NJ or east PA stores? All the stores I visited are on regular price. Also,for "Azo Cranberry (100 ct) softgel – WIC 446516 - $9.99 get $10 RR", I only found out 50ct capsule, $9.99 without RR.

Any coupons on the rebate items to turn them into mm?

I did a web pickup order and used the 10 off 40 code 10game so it's even more of a moneymaker

newlin99 said:   I did a web pickup order and used the 10 off 40 code 10game so it's even more of a moneymaker

I tried that, kept getting this error message:

Code not applied. Requirements weren't met, or it could not be combined with a code already applied.

Maybe because I've used web pickup in the past (with the 5 off 20 coupon).

roy7736 said:   Anyone know if the rebate for buying the FAR products online is different from the rebate for buying the same FAR stuff in-store? This has been asked on other threads but I've never seen a definitive answer. I've already bought the FAR stuff online so I'm wondering if I can buy the same items in-store and submit both sets of rebates.

Guess nobody has the answer.

niniss said:   roy7736 said:   Anyone know if the rebate for buying the FAR products online is different from the rebate for buying the same FAR stuff in-store? This has been asked on other threads but I've never seen a definitive answer. I've already bought the FAR stuff online so I'm wondering if I can buy the same items in-store and submit both sets of rebates.

Guess nobody has the answer.


no, I'm not sure, so I didn't reply.

and the other issue with Wags rebates from the store purchase, they can take 60 days to come thru (knowing if it was approved or not), making a return hard if you get shot down since so much time has passed by.

MISTERCHEAP said:   niniss said:   roy7736 said:   Anyone know if the rebate for buying the FAR products online is different from the rebate for buying the same FAR stuff in-store? This has been asked on other threads but I've never seen a definitive answer. I've already bought the FAR stuff online so I'm wondering if I can buy the same items in-store and submit both sets of rebates.

Guess nobody has the answer.


no, I'm not sure, so I didn't reply.

and the other issue with Wags rebates from the store purchase, they can take 60 days to come thru (knowing if it was approved or not), making a return hard if you get shot down since so much time has passed by.


What about the mail-in rebate for online purchases, are they any faster, or also take 60 days? I actually bought online last week (since my local store had much higher prices), but am thinking to return and then re-buy them from store this week as they are on sale now. I prefer the store purchase because you can submit rebate online instead of snail mail.

niniss said:   MISTERCHEAP said:   niniss said:   roy7736 said:   Anyone know if the rebate for buying the FAR products online is different from the rebate for buying the same FAR stuff in-store? This has been asked on other threads but I've never seen a definitive answer. I've already bought the FAR stuff online so I'm wondering if I can buy the same items in-store and submit both sets of rebates.

Guess nobody has the answer.


no, I'm not sure, so I didn't reply.

and the other issue with Wags rebates from the store purchase, they can take 60 days to come thru (knowing if it was approved or not), making a return hard if you get shot down since so much time has passed by.


What about the mail-in rebate for online purchases, are they any faster, or also take 60 days? I actually bought online last week (since my local store had much higher prices), but am thinking to return and then re-buy them from store this week as they are on sale now. I prefer the store purchase because you can submit rebate online instead of snail mail.


don't know...but likely about the same.

If I paid for this MIR using Register Rewards:

Arctic Naturals Daily Omega-3 (60 ct) softgels, Ultimate Omega-3 (60 ct) softgel or Total Omega (60 ct) softgels - $15 get $15 MIR in Feb. book

What do you think would be the odds of me getting the full $15 rebate back? Does anyone remember the steps the cashier must take to print out a rebate receipt?

EDIT: Found my answer on a blog site:

I have used Register Rewards to pay for Rebate items many times and always get the full rebate value.

If you can find the coupon mentioned here you will be pleasantly surprised as it scans as $2 off:

Culturelle Digestive (30 ct), Culturelle For Kids probiotic (30 ct) packet or Culturelle Kids chewable probiotc (30 ct) - $10 get $10 RR
Answers at Wags digestive health booklet - $1 off any Culturelle product (5/1/13) mq

Several years ago, Walgreens used to have monthly mail-in rebates but they discontinued it. Have they brought this back now? How long have been doing the monthly MIR again?

EDIT: Found my answer on that other board:

W has brought back these MIRs back on a limited basis for a while, but they seem to be getting more common recently. They are easy to submit online.

Has this been confirmed that it is actually allowing you to buy multiples in the aame transaction for free? What area of the store can these towelettes be found?

There is a Walgreens coupon for FREE Poise Body Cooling Towlettes 20ct. It states one coupon per customer but this is a little unusual because ordinarily Walgreens coupons take off for multiples in one order. However, it seems crazy to me that that would be the case with this coupon.

EDIT: Found my answer on that other board:

Can only use 1 poise IVC per transaction....tried getting 3 poise in single trans and IVC only took off 1.

Are all the monthly rebates sent in to the same address for processing? I have 4 $10 Register Rewards to burn. I was thinking of buying $40 worth of free after MIR items, but $40 is a lot to lose if they decided only to pay me for my actual OOP.

EDIT: I see they can be submitted online so the address issue is not all that important. Does anyone know if I can buy all the rebate items on a single receipt?

EDIT2: Once again found my answer: You can use one or more receipts. There can be advantages both ways, so do what works for you. It does take a awhile to get the GC. They will not even start to process until the month ends. You can check www.rebateshq.com to monitor the progress of your MIRs



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