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*Expired* Pamper yourself with $100 Walgreens SpaRewards

by Freebies4Mom on November 18, 2007 8:20 pm

When the Walgreens Spa Rewards was originally announced in the October EasySaver catalog, there was a limitation on how much you could save on your spa visit (up to 25% of cost of services). Thanks to Georgia, I have found out that the rules have changed (the limitation on how much you could save was removed). From what I can tell this will be a great way to get a huge discount at the spa. But, there is no way to tell how good of a deal it will be because Walgreens is not providing sufficient details. So, I am going to do this as an experiment. If after getting the certificate and trying to book my spa date I find out it is not a good deal, then I will not do it. But I have to try, this offer is too tempting!

Here’s the Walgreens Spa Rewards deal:

1. Buy 4 participating products for $100 reward (or 2 products for $50 reward) at Walgreens in one transaction before Saturday, Nov. 24. I’ll be buying Robitussin Syrup (4 oz) at $5.79 each, and using a $3 printable coupon for an out-of-pocket cost of $2.79 for each of my 4 items purchased to qualify.
2. Mail-in your cash register receipt and the form found in the November EasySaver catalog (found in a display by the front door of all stores).
3. You will receive a SpaRewards certificate in the mail (non-transferable, only you can use it because it will have your name on it) for a rebate on spa services.
4. Call the toll-free telephone number on your certificate to book your spa treatment at a participating spa near you.
5. Enjoy your spa visit before March 1, 2008.
 
 
Again, I hope that this is a good deal, but there is no way to tell until I do it!

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BeachNerd November 20, 2007 at 5:11 pm

Yesterday I saw Robitussin, buy one day meds, get one night meds free, they were attached. Then I saw coupons for buy one product, get a free bag of cough drops. So, I bought two day meds, with a coupon for 50 cents off each, then I got the two night meds and two bags of cough drops free, but the cough drops count as two purchases, so for the price of two day meds minus the dollar coupon, I got all that plus the 100 spa certificate. 🙂

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Heather November 24, 2007 at 2:30 pm

Great, I’m glad you had a successful shopping trip at Walgreens! It will be interesting to see how good of a deal the Walgreens SpaRewards will be. It is definitely an experiment for me to try this, but with such a low “out-of-pocket” cost using coupons I figured it was worth it.

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Heather January 6, 2008 at 3:35 pm

I just got my four $25 certificates in the mail. I will let you know what happens when I try to use them for a thrifty trip to the spa! First, I have to call the 1-800 number and find the closest participating spa. I’ll keep you posted!

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