Sunday, April 26, 2009

Walgreen Deals 4/26 - 5/2


So unfortunately, EasySaver Rebates end this month. It will be interesting to see what perk Walgreens replaces it with .

Register Reward Deals

Ecotrin Aspirin - $2, earn a $2RR
-$1 coupon from the 1/25SS
-$2.25 coupon from here (use this coupon to make free)
Final cost = FREE plus overage! have a filler to absorb overage

Nivea Body Wash - $4.99, earn a $4.99RR
-$1 coupon from the 4/19RP
Final cost = FREE after RR!

got2b Hair Care - 2/$10, earn a $5RR (on 2)
- (2) $2 coupons from here
Final cost = .50 each!

Tresemme 24 Hour Body Hair Care - 2/$7, earn a $2RR (on 2)
Use two $1 coupons from here
Final cost = $1.50 each!

Suave Hair Care - 3/$5, earn a $2RR (on 3)
-$1/2 coupon from the 3/1 or 3/29RP
-$1.75/3 coupon from the 3/1 or 3/29RP
Final cost = .42 each after RR

Rembrandt Toothpaste or Mouthwash - $5.99, earn a $5.99RR
Final cost = FREE after RR!

Bayer Quick Release Crystals - $2.49, earn a $2.49RR
- $1 coupon from the 3/22SS
Final cost = FREE plus $1 overage after RR!

Breeze2 or Contour Glucose Monitor - $14.99, earn a $5RR
-$30 coupon (adjust down to $14.99) from the 3/22SS or 10/26RP
Final cost after Q and RR = FREE + a $5 profit!

Schick Quattro for Women - $8.99, earn a $3RR
- $4 coupon from the 3/22SS or 4/19RP
Final cost = $1.99

Dr Scholls Insoles - 2/$20, earn a $10RR (on 2)
- $2 coupons from here
Final cost = 2/$6, just $3 each

Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner - $13.99, earn a $3RR
-$7 coupon from here
Final cost = $3.99

Huggies Pull Ups - 2/$20, earn a $2 RR (on 2)
- (2) $3 coupons from the 4/19SS
Final cost = $6 each

Buy $10 in Neosporin $4 and/or Band-Aids - $3, earn a $4RR
-$1 Band-Aid coupons from the 2/8, 3/15 or 4/26SS
-$1 Neosporin coupon from the 2/8, 3/15 or 4/26SS
Final Cost = varies


Listerine mouthwash 2/$8, earn a $4RR (on 2)
-$2 coupons from the 2/8RP
-$2 from here or here
Final cost after Q and RR = FREE

Other Deals

Flipz Snacks 2/$3
- $1/2 coupon from the 4/5SS
Final cost = $1 each


Reynolds Wrap -.89 with in-ad coupon
- .55 coupon from the 4/19SS
Final cost = .34

Starbucks Ice Cream (pint) - $3
- $1 coupon from here
Final cost = $2

AIR WICK Lumin'Air - $4.99
-$3 coupon from here
Final cost = $1.99

Campbell's Soup - .59 with in-ad coupon (buy 2)
-$1/2 coupon from here
Final cost = .09/each


Rimmel Sexy Curves Mascara, buy one get one free
- FREE coupon from the April All You magazine
Final cost =FREE for 2

Rimmel Foundation, Powder, Concealer, Blush or Eye, buy one get one free
- $1 coupons from the 4/19, 3/8 or 2/22RP
Final cost = varies

Trident Gum Value Pack - 2/$4
- $1 coupon from the 3/8SS
Final cost = $1

Visine - $3.99
- $3 coupon from the 3/15RP
Final cost = .99

Scotch Packaging Paper - .99 after in-ad coupon
-.50 coupon from the 4/19RP
Final cost = .50

2 comments:

  1. I have a question on the Walgreens RR. Can you use multiple RR on your next purchase like you can at CVS?

    Thanks,
    TB

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  2. Yes you can use multiple. I have heard that some stores are trying to limit, but have never encountered that myself. I will post my finding today. Okay you CAN use multiple RRs, but they are considered coupons so you can not have more coupons than products being purchased. For example if you have 5 items and want to use 3 manufacturer coupons with (3) Register Rewards to make the transaction cheap or free, you would need a FILLER item for the third register reward to attach itself to otherwise, the register will beep and not accept the Register Reward (aka coupon) So you would need to purchase 6 items for 3 MQs and 3 RRs to be used in one transaction. Just pick up a really inexpensive item like a pencil if you need a FILLER

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