Friday, July 10, 2009

Coppertone NutraShield at Walgreens

Next week Coppertone NutraShield will be on sale at Walgreens for $10.99. There is also a $10 register reward that prints when you buy 2. So here's the scenario:

2 NutraShields $21.98
-2 $5 on 1 IP
= OOP $11.98
-$10 RR
Like paying $1.98 for 2

Remember. this deal doesn't start until Sunday the 12th, but the coupons may go out of print so get yours now!


LnZ said...

The coupon wouldn't print for me... it printed a blank page with a line around it... anyone else have a problem?????

tonto said...

I am new to this so forgive me if this is a rookie question, but the coupon states only one per purchase, so how do you calculate the -2 $5 on 1 IP when you have to buy 2 to get the RR?

Shannon said...

It didn't work for me either.

Heather Wheeler said...

I just printed it, and it worked for me.

One coupon per purchase means PER ITEM PURCHASED. So if you have 2 of the same items- that is 2 purchases. When manufacturer's say that, they are telling you not to use 2 coupons on 1 item.

Hope this helps.

SisterJulie said...

I have had several cashiers lately tell me when the coupon reads one per purchase, they can only use one per transaction, even if I am buying multiples of an item using multiple coupons. Any suggestions as to what to do in these situations?

Joanie Demer said...

Sister MaryJulie :)

Learning that "one per purchase" means "per item" not "per transaction" is the #1 thing we teach in couponing 101.

Unfortunately, we get the run around ALL THE TIME! I would just call corporate- so annoying for you. Stay calm in the store, ask for a manager, I've asked an evening manager to call the head manager at home before :) Neither I, nor the evening manager were upset at the time, we were just having a serious discussion. Unfortunately at that time, I still didn't get justice! That was at Wags too.

Just call corporate and ask them to call your store and train them. Sorry!

HanksFam said...

I tried to print the coupon at first going under "file" and "print" and it wouldn't print. But then I used the "Print a coupon" button at the bottom the the Coppertone website and it worked. Makes sense.

Melissa and Lance Atkins said...

Talk about frustrating! I tried to print it too and it printed a blank page with a line around it, too. It also printed the words manufacturer coupon and the expiration date, but that's all. Does it mean they are all gone?

Tony said...

There is a working link for it here:

Julene said...

So after printing 2 coupons, they are exactly the same. How do you prove to the store that you didn't photocopy the coupons. The bar codes are the same #'s? It is such a high value coupon that I don't want the store to think I have fake coupons.

Joanie Demer said...


One way to help prove your coupon is valid may be to wait to cut it out until you're at the register. The url and time stamp will print at the bottom of the page and should show you printed from coppertone's website.
Coppertone Co. saves money by marketing the coupons on their own website and not using a marketing company like smart source, etc. But we couponers definitely prefer the kind of standard coupons with individual numbers, that don't make a store manager raise an eyebrow!
If you don't cut out the coupon, I'll be surprised (and interested) to hear if you have any trouble. Good luck!

scarlettxv said...

Thanks for posting this deal. I bought my two bottles tonight w/ 2 coupons (same transaction) and got the $10 coupon!