Sunday, March 8, 2009

Walgreens Deals March 8-13

It's shaping up to be a great week at Walgreens, with LOTS of freebies and cheapies. Here are the best deals I could find:

*Update* Butterball Chicken Broth: $.69 per can after In-Ad coupon
Buy 9  cans of broth: $10.71 total
Use in-ad coupon to deduct $4.50
Spend $6.21 out of pocket
Submit for $5 Easy Saver Rebate
Total: $1.21 for 9 cans after coupon and rebate!

Right Guard or Dry Idea deodorant $2.99
Use $1/1 coupon from the 2/8 SS (Smart Source insert)
Get $2 Register Rewards (RR)
Final cost: Free after coupons and RR

Garnier Hair Care Products $2.99
Use $1/1 coupon from the 2/8 or 3/8 RP (Red Plum insert)
Use $2 Easy Saver coupon
Final Cost: Free!

Coffee Mate Creamer: Buy one at $2.49, get one free
Buy two and use two printable $1.50/1 coupons.
or use printable $1/1 or $1.50 coupons.
Final price: Free or up to a $.50 money-maker!
* I tried this deal today, and the register beeped on the second coupon, 
because the second creamer rang up as costing $.00 on the BOGO promotion.
Your mileage may vary (YMMV) on this deal. They may push the coupon through, 
or they may not. 

Revlon Emery Boards (10 ct) $1.59
Use $1/1 coupon from 2/8 RP
Use $1/1 Easy Saver coupon
Final price: Free plus $.41 overage!

Colgate Total Toothpaste 4 oz. $3.49
Use $1.50/1 coupon from All You magazine, or
use $1/1 coupon from 2/22 SS or $1/1 printable.
Use $2.5 Easy Saver coupon
Final cost: Free (or $.51 overage if you have the All You Q.)

Glade Sense & Spray or Lasting Impressions $7.99
Buy 2 at a total cost of $15.98
Use $4 Easy Saver Walgreens coupon (takes off $8)
Use one Buy One get One Free coupon here or here
Plus use the $4/1 from the 2/8 (which lowers the price you 
pay for the one you are buying, not the one you are getting free)
* Important: for this deal to work, first hand the cashier the Walgreens coupon, then
the BOGO coupon, then the $4/1 coupon.
Final price: Free or Free plus $4 overage (if you have all three coupons!)

Sambucol Cold & Flu Relief (30 tablets) $12.99
Use Walgreens $10 Easy Saver coupon
Final cost: Free plus $1 in overage!

Aquafresh toothpaste (6.4 oz) .99 with In-Ad coupon
Use $.75/1 coupon from the 1/4 SS or printable here.
Use In-Ad coupon for $.99 price
Final cost: $.24

Lysol Disinfecting Wipes $2
Use $1/1 coupon from the 2/1 SS
Final cost: $1

And.... What you've all been waiting for: 


Kimberly Clark Promotion: Buy $25 of participating products, get $10 Register Rewards

Deal Scenarios:

If you need diapers size NB, 1, or 2 (sizes available for Huggies Gentle Care), 
Use this scenario:

Buy (3) Huggies Gentle Care Diapers: $30
Use (3) $5/1 printable coupons (-$15)
Spend $15 plus tax out of pocket

Get $10 back in Register Rewards
Rebate of $.75 per package= $2.25!

Final cost for 3 jumbo packs of Huggies after coupons, RR and rebate: $2.25 plus tax!


If you need diapers size 3, 4 or 5 (sizes available for Huggies Natural Fit coupon), 
use this scenario:

Buy (3) Huggies Natural Fit Diapers: $30
Use (3) $3/1 printable coupons (-$9)
Spend $21 plus tax out of pocket

Get $10 back in Register Rewards
Submit for Caregivers Marketplace rebate,
Rebate of $.75 per package= $2.25

Final cost for 3 jumbo packs of Huggies after coupons, RR and rebate: $8.75 plus tax!

Wow- with all these freebies and cheapies this week, the shelves will probably empty quickly. Get into the store soon if you want to take advantage of these deals!
Happy Shopping!


  1. Hi Cherissa,

    Thanks for all these deals! You're right-the shelves emptied quickly. I wasn't there soon enough to get the Huggies at Walgreens. Wal-Mart (at least in my area) and WinCo don't take coupons from the Internet. Any suggestions for where else to use these great coupons?

    Thanks for hunting down everything for us!!!

  2. Cherissa -
    I <3 your blog! I was able to score these for about $25 after RR:
    2 packages Natural Fit diapers, size 3 (I don't think Gentle Care comes in Sz. 3)
    2 packages of Pull Ups, size 2T-3T
    238 ct. packages of diaper wipes
    a 12 pk. double roll Kleenex Cottonelle toilet paper
    Colgate toothpaste (it's shelf price in Siloam is $2.99)
    a candy bar to have enough items for coupons ;0

    I'm thinking about going back to get diapers for gifts to use my $5.00 coupons....

  3. Thanks, Amy and Kristin!

    Kristin, thanks for the 'heads up' about the diaper sizes- That was a typo, and I'm glad you caught it! The Gentle Care are available in size NB, 1 and 2; Natural Fit in size 3,4,5. Looks like you did great on your Walgreens trip today!

    Amy, Sorry your Walgreens was already cleared out! WalMart's official store policy is that they DO take internet-printed coupons. Unfortunately, many store managers do not know this official policy. I think it might be worth your while to print out their official coupon policy, which they have published on the WalMart website here:

    Take the print-out with you the next time you go to Walmart with Internet coupons. If they still give you problems, and you don't want to argue further, you can try Target if you have one close by. My guess is that when you show Walmart the policy, they won't give you trouble. Many times, store clerks are not educated properly about their own company's policies! I don't think there's anything wrong with us politely encouraging stores to follow their own official policies. Good luck!

  4. Ok, Cherissa... I had a little too much fun the first time. I went back. I came out with over $110 worth of stuff after RR/caregiver rebate for the same amount (about $25.00). I listed my "loot" on my blog. THANK YOU for taking the time to share the wealth! ;0