Walgreens: Money Making Scenario!!

Wow, this is soo cool! Here is a fantastic money makin scenario for you that was created by Hip2Save

First off there is a great mail in rebate for $10 when you buy $30 worth of Johnson & Johnson products.  Well Walgreens has a lot of these items on sale this week, and there are also lots of great printable coupons too. 

Walgreens Deal Scenario:
Purchase 4 Lubriderm Daily Moisture Body Lotion 6 oz. for $3.79 each
(2 lotions will ring up at $1.90 due to sale)
Purchase 2 Clean & Clear Blackhead Clearing Scrubs $5.29 each (1 will ring up at $2.65 due to sale)
Purchase 1 Aveeno Active Naturals Nourish and Revitalize Shampoo 10.5 oz. for $7.49
Purchase 1 Aveeno Active Naturals Nourish and Revitalize Conditioner 10.5 oz.–product will ring up at $3.75 due to sale

Total=$30.56

Use 4 $2/1 Lubriderm coupons from the 1/10 SS or found here
Use the $1/1 Lubriderm coupon from the Diabetes and You Booklet (will deduct $4–for purchasing 4)
Use 2 $2/1 Clean & Clear coupons from here: IE or Firefox
Use 2 $2.50/1 Aveeno Nourish coupon from the 1/10 SS or found here

Pay just $9.56

AND then submit for the Johnson & Johnson $10 rebate!

Final cost— eight normally costly items for FREE!

Thanks Hip2Save!8 Comments

Walgreens: Money Making Scenario!! was last modified: January 10th, 2010 by Karrie

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Comments

  1. LOVE MONEYMAKERS!!! Thanks so much!

    Karissa (www.ConfessionsofaCouponaholic.com)

  2. …and if you live in Yakima, the Walgreens ad came with a $3 off $10 or more(afer coupons) for the new store on Nob Hill so buy one more thing for $0.50 and get another $3 off!

  3. this works with any of the clean and clear products, not just the blackhead scrub 🙂 Also the Walgreens on 27th had a lot of Loreal makeup on clearance that would work with the spend 20 get 5 RR- I was able to get two foundations (normally 16.99), a mascara, a lip gloss, and two nail polishes for 13 with a 5 RR! not too shabby! 🙂

  4. I thought about the Yakima $3 coupon when I read this post. I’m pretty sure you can use it pre-manufacture coupon though because it says your total must be $10 after all WALGREENS coupons and discounts (not manufactures coupons). So, you can split up your purchase into several transactions if you have more than one $3 coupon!!

  5. I just did my little scenario and instead of the items ringing up B1G1 50% off, they all came up at B1G1 Free – so it cost even less money out of pocket and I’ll still be submitting for my rebate! Don’t know what happened, but I enjoyed the benefits!

  6. Thank you, Christi! I think you are right. That is usually how their “off total” coupons work but when I read “discounts” I was thinking other discounts for some reason. So excited to split up my purchases.

  7. I just did a scenario with Lubriderm and Aveeno lotions. They are showing on the receipt at their normal price and then later on the receipt, it shows the 50% off total deduction. So, you don’t have to buy as much to get to the $30 for the rebate. Because you have to circle the price paid on the receipt, you will get credit for buying them at full price for the rebate even though you didn’t pay full price.

  8. Anna Stoker says:

    At the Walgreen’s on Gway they don’t have the Diabetes and You booklet, so no $4 off coupon and their signs say the 50% off deal is for $4.49 and above so the lotion at $3.79 doesn’t exist. The lotion is 7.99! Didn’t walk away with the deal I thought I was going to get. Bummer!

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