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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Don't forget to ask for a raincheck at Walgreens this week!

For the Aquafresh kid's toothpaste, that is. It seems to be gone just about everywhere. Normally, asking for a raincheck at Walgreens is useless, as most of the good deals at Walgreens involves the production of Register Rewards, for which Walgreens will not issue rainchecks. This is because the Register Rewards are produced by Catalina Marketing, a third party company, and Walgreens has no control over when the rewards will print out.

BUT in the case of the Aquafresh, there is no register reward. So what your Walgreens should do is write out a raincheck pricing the toothpaste at $2.00 each. The limit is debatable. The manager at my store wanted to limit me to one but relented and made out the raincheck for a whopping 2. Thanks, dood. 

Now, this raincheck is really only good until April 28, as that's when the Walgreens store coupon for the toothpaste expires. After that it'll be a dollar each with manufacturer coupon (until that expires, of course!).

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