Walgreens Best Deals 9/13-9/20

Here are the best deals I see at Walgreens this week. Enjoy!

Keebler Cookies: $1.99
Use $1/1 printable coupon
= $.99
Murine Ear Drop Kit: $6
Pay $6, get back $6 RR
 = FREE

Lindsay Olives $0.99 with in-ad coupon
Use the $1/2 coupon from here 
= $0.49!

Kashi Cereal $2.50
Use the $1.50/1 coupon from here
= $1!

Buy 2 Trident Layers Gum 2/$2
Use the $1/2 coupon from here
Pay $1 get a $1 RR back
=Free

Carefree Ultra Protection Panti-liners $1.99
Use the $1 coupon from here
Pay .99 and get a $1.99 RR back
=FREE plus $1 moneymaker!

True North Nut Crisps or Clusters: $3
Use $1/1 printable coupon
Pay $2 and get back a $3 Register Rewards
= FREE plus $1 Moneymaker

Advil 16-50 ct $4.49
-Use the $2/1 Advil PM coupon from here
Pay $2.49 , get back $2 RR
= $0.49!

Triaminic Night Time Cold &Cough Syrup (UPC 3 0043 6344 04 5) $5 ea
*Reportedly this kind printing off *2* $5 RR when you buy 2!! *
– (2) $2/1 coupons in Healthy savings coupon booklet  found in store (if you cannot find coupons still makes these free)
=$6 out of pocket and get TWO $5 Register Rewards!
= $4 MoneyMaker!! Thanks CommensenseWithMoney!7 Comments

Walgreens Best Deals 9/13-9/20 was last modified: September 14th, 2009 by Karrie

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Comments

  1. Janet Samples says:

    The True North coupons wouldn’t print yesterday(Sunday).

    Also, Catalinas, manufactured coupons and Walgreen’s coupons should be used in that order to prevent having to rering your purchase. What a hassle! They also won’t let you use a Catalina on a purchase that hands out another Catalina. The asst. manager at the Walgreen’s on 27th in Kennewick was very helpful. Also Vicki, the sales clerk, is also a great help. I would rather go there than the store on Hwy 395 and Clearwater, not as friendly.

  2. FYI My store (Yakima) has said that if you use a RR you will get one-well last week I used one and got one–2 times….making sure of course that I used a glade for hersheys etc-diff product for diff product….I am sure it may vary by store and manager:)

  3. Has anyone in the Tri-Cities been able to find the Children’s Activity book with the coupons in it? I have asked at both Kennewick stores and no luck.

  4. Triaminic is working like a charm!!!! MONEY MAKER!! It is a nice week at WG’s!!

  5. Sheena- I found the activity books at the store on Clearwater on the bottom of the coloring books.. hope that helps! There were a bunch left and that was on Monday. 🙂

  6. Thanks Mary, I’ll check it out today. Hope they are still there.

  7. I’ve only been couponing a couple months now and I’ve heard about dishonest couponers, but today I really experienced it firsthand. I found the activity books at Walgreens, there were 3 left, and somebody had torn tne coupons out of the all of them!!! How frustrating when I’ve been trying to track this down only to find somebody stole them. I know there is a lot of “gray” in the couponing world, but that is flat out stealing, taking coupons you are supposed to pay for. I talked to the manager about it and he said he recently had a whole tearpad stolen, geez! Okay, I’m done, thanks for letting me vent!

    Oh yeah, the manager informed me of the most commonly stolen product from his store…ovulation predictor kits, interesting, huh?

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