Walgreens Weekly Matchups: 5/17-5/23

Saturday, May 16, 2009 Hand-posted by Jennifer

Here are a few highlights for the week.  Be sure to check your ad for more deals!

Wag'ing FREEBIES
Colgate Visible White Toothpaste Colgate Visible White Toothpaste $4.99, Get $4.99 RR
Use $1/1 printable coupon
Pay $3.99 out of pocket
Get back $4.99 RR
Final Price = $1 Money-maker after coupon and RR
Right Guard Professional Deodorant Right Guard Professional Deodorant $5.99, Get $5 RR
Use $1/1 coupon in 4/19 Smart Source insert
Pay $4.99 out of pocket
Get back $5 RR
Final Price = FREE after coupon & RR
Bayer Quick Release Crystals Bayer Quick Release Crystals $2.49, Get $2.49 RR
Use $1/1 blinky or tearpad Q (if available in your store)
Pay $2.49 out of pocket
Get back $2.49 RR
Final Price = FREE after RR (or $1 Money Maker after coupon)
Edge Shave Cream Skintimate or Edge Shave Gel $1.99, Get $1 RR
Use $1/1 or 75¢/1 coupon in 4/26 or 5/17 Smart Source insert
Pay 99¢ - $1.24 out of pocket
Get back $1 RR
Final Price = FREE - 24¢ after coupon & RR

 

Other Wag'ing DEALS
Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Kraft Macaroni & Cheese 69¢ w/ in-ad coupon
Use B3G1 printable coupon (will take of $1.59 if you hand this coupon first)
Use .69¢ in-ad coupon (remember DO NOT hand this before the B3G1)
Final Price = 12¢ each after coupon

Band-Aid Product 



Neosporin Produc
Buy $10 worth of participating products, Get $4 RR
Band Aid Bandages $2.50
Neosporin or Benadryl Ointment $5.00

Best Scenario:
Buy 4 Band-Aid Bandages $2.50
Use (4) $1/1 coupons in 2/8 SS, 3/15 SS or 4/26 RP inserts
Pay $6 out of pocket
Get back $4 RR
Final Price = 50¢ each after coupons and RR
Lysol TOILET BOWL cleaner Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner $2.79, Buy One Get One FREE (BUY TWO)
Use (2) $.75¢  coupons in 4/26 Smart Source insert
Final Price = $.65¢ each after coupons
* Some stores may not allow you to use the 2nd Q on the “FREE” item so, YMMV*
Benefiber Benefiber $4.99, Get $2 RR
Use $2/1 coupon in 4/5 Smart Source insert
Pay $2.99 out of pocket
Get back $2 RR
Final Price = 99¢ after coupon and RR
Ball Park franks Ball Park Franks $3.29, Buy One Get One FREE (BUY TWO)
Use $1/2 coupon in 5/17 Red Plum Insert
Final Price = $1.15 each after coupon
Excedrin Extra Strength Excedrin 20 - 24 count $4.79, Buy One Get One FREE (BUY TWO)
Use TWO $1/1 printable here & here or in 5/3 Smart Source insert
Final Price = $1.40 each after coupons
Splenda Splenda 100 packets $2.99 w/ in ad-coupon
Use $1/1 printable coupon
Use $2.99 in-ad coupon
Final Price = $1.99
OFF Clipon Mosquito Protection OFF! Clip-on Mosquito Protection $8.99, Get $3 RR (BUY TWO)
Use $2/1 coupon in 5/17 Smart Source insert
AND Use BOGO printable coupon
Pay $6.99 out of pocket
Get back $3 RR
Final Price = $1.99 each after coupon and RR

1 comments:

  1. Anonymous said...

    I was flipping through the news sentinnel last week and came across the article about couponing and I just wanted you to know that I have been inspired. I never thought that coupons could actually save so much money. I have recently tried a couple of "experiments" at various walgreens. On my first trip I bought the bayer crystals that were 2.49 and used the $1 off coupon they conveniently had sitting next to them. I paid $1.79 with tax and it printed a RR for 2.50 off my next purchase. I was thrilled and determined to play this coupon game from here on out. This morning however I didn't have quite as good of an experience. To make a long story short I tried to pay for the crest toothpaste that is supposed to print out the RR for its purchase price with the RR I had received on my previous trip. Nothing happened. I asked the cashier if I was supposed to get a RR and he called his manager over who had to void my purchase and try to run it through several times before finally giving up and modifying the purchase price and giving me the toothpaste for free (I had to pay tax though). He gave me back my RR that I had tried to pay with (so I didn't come out too bad...I got free toothpaste and i still have my previous RR)but he told me that it won't print out an RR if you pay with one. Is that true? I thought the whole idea was to roll them and use one discount to pay for the next? Thanks for the inspiration and I'll keep trying.

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