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Walgreens: Enfamil formula for as low as $13 per can

You can get Enfamil formula for just $13 per can this week at Walgreens. Here’s how:

Buy 2 cans of Enfamil Formula at $23 each
Use 2
Stack with $2/1 Enfamil Formula coupon from the Walgreens Infant Care booklet (will deduct $4)
Spend $32 tax out of pocket, Get $6 in Register Rewards back
$13 per can after coupons and Register Rewards

You can also use any Enfamil formula checks you have to get the price down even lower.

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12 Comments

  • Andrea says:

    I am only seeing a coupon for Enfagrow Toddler not on the Enfamil baby formula.

  • Desarae says:

    I learned today that you really need to check the expiration dates on Walgreens formula. I bought three things of formula today and 2 of them were expired. Now I have to go back, and hopefully I can find some that isn’t expired.

  • Yvonne David says:

    I was only able to print one enfamil coupon, then my print limit was reached. Does anyone know how to print more than one?

  • Hollie says:

    I only see enfagrow. Please let me know the zip you are using to get the enfamil. Thanks much!

  • Kayla says:

    Where can I find the Walgreens Infant Care Booklet?

    • Shanon says:

      1. I’m not seeing Enfamil just the Enfagrow (like others). What am I doing wrong?
      2. @Kayla, You can get the Infant Care Booklet at Walgreens PLUS they have new coupon books every month and the have a $2 off coupon Enfamil products in there as well.

  • Jacqueline says:

    You can use zip code 30003 to print the coupon on coupons.com.

    As for the Walgreens infant care book, you can search for the codes online. I suggest writing them down and keeping them in your binder/coupon organizer as they don’t expire until 12/31/2011. I always ask the clerk to use the 4 digit codes at Walgreens and have not had a problem yet. So don’t waste your time searching for their coupons in print, and definitely don’t pay for them!

    However, the infant care coupons are NOT Walgreens store coupons. It specifically says on the coupon that it is a manufacturer’s coupon good at Walgreens and cannot be combined with any other offer. Sometimes, the clerk might override it so that you can use both the code and another coupon. It just depends on who checks you out.

    • Carmen says:

      thanks for the zip code
      …anyone know if I will have problems redeeming it IF it was not originally available to me through the link?
      It doesn’t seem to have any location restrictions, but I’m thinking there must be a reason it wasn’t offered to me.

      • Jacqueline says:

        I don’t know what their policy is on using a different zip code. Their doesn’t seem to be anything about it on the website. It can’t hurt to try if it doesn’t say anything specific on the coupon!

  • Rita says:

    I wanted to know when this offer was going to expire as far as the $6 RR. Has it already expired or does it expire on 7/24?

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