I still get a lot of questions on this issue, so I thought I would repost it for all my new readers.
Trouble with adjusting the coupon down?
This week at Walgreens they have Ritz crackers on sale for buy one at $1.99 and get one free.
You can combine this deal with a $2 off 2 manufacturer coupon making these free!
I bought mine with no problem, the cashier just put the value of my coupon in as $1.99 instead of $2.00, but I have gotten several emails from my reader telling me they were not able to use the coupon.
I called Customer Service several times about it, but being that it was not MY transaction they were not able to help much. They told me it was a problem with the coupon, I asked if they could price adjust it , and they would not give me an answer.
This morning I saw that my blog friend Momsbyheart had posted a letter from Walgreens Corporate office telling them that yes you can price adjust a coupon down to the value of the item. Click here for your own copy. I will print his out and carry it with me in my coupon binder that way if this happens I will be able to show the cashier, the corporate policy.
SO the cashier needs to lower the value of the coupon from $2 to $1.99 and it will work fine. Or adjust the price of the crackers up to $2. A simple fix!