Walgreens Weekly Deals: 1/24 – 1/30

Monday, January 25, 2010 Hand-posted by Jennifer


Lori at Moms by Heart for your coupon matchups for Walgreens this week!

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image Edy's Ice Cream $2.99
-$1 printable HERE (mfr coupon, good at any store)
Final Price: $1.99
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image Coffeemate Liquid 16-oz $2.49 B1G1 free
-$1 printable HERE, use two
Final Price: 2/$.49
image Chex Mix $.99
-$1/2 from 11/15 GM
-$.50 printable here - Chocolate Chex
Final Price: $.49
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image Get 20% off Valentine's Day Photo Gifts. Visit Walgreens.com to upload pics and design gift. Use code: JANGIFTS at checkout and choose in-store pick-up!
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image Nestle Crunch Hearts 9.2-oz 2/$5
-$1/2 printable here
Final Price: $2 each
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Maybelline foundation, powder, concealer, lip color or implements 40% off
-$3 RR wyb three
(1) Maybelline Eyelash Curler reg price: $5.29/sale price: $3.17
(1) Maybelline Moisture Extreme lip color reg price: $4.99/sale price: $3
(1) Maybelline Expert Wear blush reg price: $5.49/sale price: $3.29
-$3 RR
Final Price: 3/$6.46 or $2.15 each
image Olay Quench Body Lotion 20.2-oz $7.99
-FREE Olay Quench In-Shower Body Lotion 8.4-oz with purchase
-$2 from 1/17 PG
-rebate for FREE Olay Quench (price before coupon)
Final Price: two products for FREE with $2 overage!
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image Tresemme Hair Care 3/$12*
-$5 RR on three
Final Price: 3/$7
*many stores have Tresemme products on clearance for as low as $1.09! That would mean freebies with overage if you're able to find it! Be sure to look for the products specified in the ad to get the register rewards: shampoo and conditioner 25 or 32-oz. or styling products 6.5-11-oz.
image Pert Plus Shampoo Plus Conditioner 2/$5
-$2 RR on two
-$1.50 from 1/24 SS - good on Men's product
-$1 from 1/24 SS or printable HERE - good on any
Final Price: men's shampoo FREE, regular shampoo $.50 each!
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image Sure Deodorant 2/$3 (with insert coupon)
-$1 from 1/24 SS - any Sure deodorant
-$1.50 from 1/24 SS - men's deodorant
-$.75 printable HERE - any Sure deodorant
Final Price: men's = FREE, regular = as low as $.50!
image Reach Prevent Toothbrush $.99 (with insert coupon)
-$1 from 10/18 RP or B1G1 free from 1/3 RP
Final Price: $.50-FREE
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image Huggies RR Deal: spend $25 get $5 RR
Huggies jumbo pk diapers $8.99
-$2 printable here
-$1 from Walgreens Coloring Book
Final Price: $5.99
image Huggies wipes 64-ct 2/$5
-$.75 printable here
Final Price: $1.75
(3) Huggies diapers = $26.97
-$5 RR
-$3 Walgreens Coloring Book coupon (one coupon will automatically scan three times)
-$6 printables - need access to two computers
Final Price: 3/$12.97 or $4.32 each
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Benefiber RR Deal: Spend $30+ get $10 RR; Spend $20+ get $5 RR
Several scenarios for you.  Here is the moneymaker I told you about HERE I’ll be buying:
(6) Benefiber Kiwi Strawberry 16-ct sticks $5
-$2 Walgreens Diabetes & You Coupon Booklet coupon, will automatically scan x 6
$2/1 Benefiber printable (IE) or printable (FF) x 6 (you'll need access to 3 computers)
-$10 RR
Final Price: $4 overage
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image True-2-Go blood glucose monitor $9.99
-$9.99 rebate in box
Final Price: FREE
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image Countdown To Super Bowl RR Deal: spend $20 get $10 RR

Tostitos Chips & Dip 2/$5
-$.55/2 from 1/17 SS
Final Price: 2/$4.45

(4) Tostitos Chips $10
(4) Dip $10
-$2.20 coupons
-$10 RR

Final Price: 8/$7.80 or $.98 each!


These are a few highlights but these aren’t all the deals to be had at Walgreens!  Go here for more!


  1. lil_ms_drama said...

    Has anyone else reported having trouble getting RR’s when they use coupons for the products? I’ve gone to a bunch of stores in my area and I don’t get my RR’s. The managers claim it’s because I used coupons on the products making my OOP less than the advertised price and sometimes making money on products after RR’s. They also claim that every store across the country should be operating like this. I even happened to mention that I’d take my business to CVS and was told “go right ahead” by an assistant manager in the middle of the sales floor who then proceeded to tell me she had another more pressing customer to take care of.

    Have any ideas about this?

  2. EatHealthyChocolate said...

    I just shopped at walgreens using the offers mentioned. I had not problem getting the rewards but I did split the purchased into 3 different transactions. I started with the Pepsi deal and used 2 coupons...got the $10 rebate. Then I did the Tresemme and Pert (with coupons) and used the $10 RR and paid a little OOP and got in return $7 RR. Then I purchased the rest of the sale items in the cart that did not get RR but I had coupons for. Overall, I spent about $30 on $90 plus products.

    Maybe try this method. I was planning on making 3 different trips if they weren't going to let me stack the transactions but the cashier said it was fine.

    Hope this helps! AND thanks for the great tips...they have really helped me.

    Also, not mentioned are the Huggies diaper deal at Target this week. $8.99/each, buy 3 and get $5 RR --use coupons and you've got a great diaper deal!

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