Monday, May 4, 2009

Walgreens Clearance Items and FREEBIE!

Spent $2.62
Saved $73.64

Here are some clearance items and 1 FREEBIE!! that I just got! I am still under the weather and you could do multiple transactions and come out better with all the register rewards listed HERE, but I wanted to get in and out.

Rimmel Nail Polish - clearanced - $.87
-$1 MQ from 4/19 RP
Final Cost = FREE + .13 money maker (the coupon doesn't beep so make sure you have an overage item to avoid any hassles otherwise, have them adjust down!)

Coppertone Kids Sunscreen Spray 50 - on sale - $2.59
-$1 MQ printable
Final Cost = $1.59
(there is a regional MQ for $1.50/1 in 4/19 SS, just not here in Houston and surrounding area)

Coppertone Kids Sunscreen Spray 50 - on sale - $2.59
-$1 MQ printable
Final Cost = $1.59
(there is a regional MQ for $1.50/1 in 4/19 SS, just not here in Houston and surrounding area)

Neutrogena One Step Cleanser - $7.99 on sale for $2.19
-$1 MQ from 05-03-09 SS
Final Cost = $1.19

Organic Wear Select Lip Gloss - on sale - $2.19
-$1/1 MQ from 4/19 SS ,3/22 SS , 2/22 SS

Energizer AA batteries - still on sale for $1.09
-$1/1 from 5/3 SS (this Sunday's!) and 4/19 SS
Final Cost = $.09 (CHEAP!)
Folder (filler item for RR)- clearanced - .17
-$5 Register Reward from Nivea last week!

6 comments:

  1. Ok, you may have NO answer to this, and I respect that, but I have to try. :) Every time when I go to print coupons that start with "bricks" in the address bar, I can't print them. I can click on the button that says "print coupons," then it goes to a different page and it just says "Please wait" forever. I can print all kinds of other coupons, like from coupons.com and other MQs, but I cannot get the "bricks" ones to print! Do I need to be registered somewhere to print them?
    And I recognize that you may have no idea. But I just thought I'd ask. :) (It's the coppertone ones that I'm looking for!)

    Thanks!

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  2. You are not the only one. Try this and let me know if it helps

    Here is a googled answer......
    So, everyone uses different browsers, from IE to FireFox to Safari.
    Sometimes people paste Coupons.com/Bricks links that they received in FireFox, which do not work in Internet Explorer or vice versa. You get the “Please wait…” or “Please Install The Coupon Printer” even if you already did.
    This trick will allow you to simply change 2 characters in the URL to make a FireFox link work in Internet Explorer and vice versa
    Here’s how easy it is, the following is a FireFox link:
    hxxp://bricks.coupons.com/Start.asp?tqnm=ri3peuo59687503&bt=wg&o=53740&ci=1&c=GM&p=TyQrvJAY
    note the “wg” in the URL. This link gives the repeating Please Install The Coupon Printer in Internet Explorer.
    To make that link an Internet Explorer link we simply change “wg” to “wi” OR “vi” (in this case, both variations work, other coupons it may be wi or vi, trial and error):
    hxxp://bricks.coupons.com/Start.asp?tqnm=ri3peuo59687503&bt=wi&o=53740&ci=1&c=GM&p=TyQrvJAY
    or
    hxxp://bricks.coupons.com/Start.asp?tqnm=ri3peuo59687503&bt=vi&o=53740&ci=1&c=GM&p=TyQrvJAY
    UPDATE: If you want to print Bricks coupons on a MAC with Safari, replace the “wg”, “wi”, or “vi” to “xs”. You can also do the reverse, take a Safari link “xs” to IE “wi” or “vi” or to FireFox “wg”.
    You do the opposite if you want to print an Internet Explorer link in FireFox!

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  3. AHA!

    Ok, here's what finally worked for me-I had to use Safari, and change it to "xs" and then, before I did anything I had to click at the end of the address and then click return. It looks like it refreshes the page, and then I could print.

    Thank you so much! You were so helpful!

    Now I'm off to stock up on sunscreen for summer!

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  4. Also, Walgreen's has Cutter (mosquito repellant) marked down between $1.49- $1.79. There are online smartsource coupons for $2 off, so it also makes it free! yay!

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  5. Also, I noticed a canister with Duracell 2AA batteries that were shrinkwrapped that was selling for $.99 each, so that would make batteries free

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