Walgreens Weekly Matchups: 3/13 – 3/19

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Are you new to Walgreens? You’ll want to read up on Walgreens 101 to learn about Register Rewards and Bonus Points (test market only). You should also review and print the Walgreens Coupon Policy and keep it with you.

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Here are the best deals that I see at Walgreens this week.  If you happen to live within a test market area (Kansas City, Portland or Richmond), I’ve included the bonus point offers as well.

REGISTER REWARDS DEALS

Purchase $10 worth of Revlon Cosmetics and recieve $3 in RR (cosmetics 40% off)
Test Market:  Receive 400 bonus points in lieu of RR

Use $1/1 Revlon Color Cosmetics Product 3/6/2011 SS Insert (exp 4/10/2011)
or use $1/1 Revlon Color Cosmetics Product 3/6/2011 SS Insert (exp 4/10/2011)
or use $1/1 Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara or Cosmetic 2/13/2011 SS Insert (exp 3/20/2011)
Final Price: Varies based upon products purchased

Purex Complete Fabric Softener, $4.99
Register Reward: $2
Test Market: Receive 150 bonus points in lieu of RR
Use $2/1 Purex Complete Crystals Softener 3/13/2011 RP Insert (exp 4/30/2011)
or use $1/1 Purex Complete Crystals Softener
Final Price: As low as $0.99 after coupon and RR

Purex Complete $4.99, Earn a $2 RR when you buy one
Use $2/1 Purex Complete Crystals Softener 3/13/2011 RP Insert (exp 4/30/2011)
Use $1/1 Purex Complete Crystals Softener
Pay as low as $0.99 per bottle after coupon and register rewards

Select Clearasil Products, $2 discount
Register Reward: $2

Use $1/1 Clearasil Product 3/13/2011 SS Insert (exp 5/13/2011)
or use $1/1 Clearasil Product 1/23/2011 SS Insert (exp 4/17/2011)
Final Price: Depends upon product price

Dial Nutriskin, 21 oz, $4.99
Register Reward: $3
Test Market: Receive 15x points in lieu of RR

Use $1/1 Dial Nutriskin Lotion 3/13/2011 RP Insert (exp 4/30/2011)
Final Price: As low as $0.99 after coupon and RR

RoC Brilliance, $29.99
Register Reward: $10
Test Market: Receive 5x points in lieu of RR

Use $3/1 RoC Product
Final Price: $16.99 after coupon and RR

Purchase $20 worth of select Excedrin products, receive $10 in Register Rewards
Use $0.75/1 Excedrin 20 ct+ 2/27/2011 SS Insert (exp 4/16/2011)
or use $1.50/1 Excedrin 80 ct+ 2/27/2011 SS Insert (exp 4/16/2011)
or use $1/1 Excedrin Extra Strength Product
or use $1/1 Excedrin Migraine Product
or use $2.50/1 Excedrin PM Product 12/5/2010 SS Insert (exp 6/1/2011)
or use $1/1 Excedrin Product 12/5/2010 SS Insert (exp 3/31/2011)

Irish Spring Deodorant, 2/$6 or $3 each
Register Reward on 2: $4
Test Market: Receive 6x points in lieu of RR

Use $0.50/1 Irish Spring Products 3/13/2011 SS Insert (exp 4/2/2011)
or use $1/1 Irish Spring Deodorant 3/13/2011 SS Insert (exp 4/2/2011)
or use $1/1 Irish Spring Deodorant
or use $1/1 Irish Spring Deodorant
Final Price: As low as 2/FREE after coupon and RR (use 2 – $1/1 coupons)

NON-REGISTER REWARDS

Easter Candy, 2/$5 or $2.50 each
Use $1/2 Nestle NestEggs
or use $0.55/1 Nestle NestEggs
or use $2/2 Hershey’s Big Bags 1/30/2011 SS Insert (exp 3/31/2011)
Plus
Use  $1/2 Nestle Nest Eggs 2/27/2011 Walgreens IVC (exp 3/26/2011)
or use $1/3 Hershey’s or Cadbury Easter Chocolate 2/27/2011 Walgreens IVC (exp 3/26/2011)
or use $1/3 Hershey’s or Cadbury Easter Chocolate 2/27/2011 Walgreens IVC (exp 3/26/2011)
Final Price: As low as 2/$3 or $1.50 each

Nabisco Crackers, 2/$5 or $2.50 each
Use $1/2 Nabisco Crackers 1/30/2011 SS Insert (exp 3/31/2011)
Final Price: 2/$4 or $2 each 

Extra Gum, $0.79 (in-ad or clipless coupon)
Use $0.50/2 Extra Gum
Pay $0.54 each after coupon

Renuzit Crystal Elements, $3.99
Use $3/1 Renuzit Products 3/13/2011 RP Insert (exp 4/24/2011)
Final Price: $0.99

Pine Sol, $1.99
Use $1/1 Pine-Sol
Use $1/2 Clorox, Tilex, and Pine-Sol Products 3/13/2011 SS Insert (exp 4/24/2011)
Final Price: As low as $0.99

Dial Handsoap, $0.99 (in-ad or clipless coupons)
Use $0.35/1 Dial Bar Multipack or Liquid Handsoap 3/13/2011 RP Insert (exp 4/30/2011)
Final Price: $0.64

Right Guard products, B1G1 Free
Use B1G1 Right Guard Products 3/13/2011 RP Insert (exp 4/10/2011)
Final Price: 2 Free (per policy, you can get this offer – see link at top of this page)

Walgreens Diapers, B1G1 Free ($8.99 each)
Use $2/1 W Brand Diapers Walgreens Infant Care Booklet
Final Price: 2/$4.99 or $2.49 each

Dulcolax, $6.99
Use $1/1 Dulcolax Product 3/13/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/30/2011)
or use $3/2 Dulcolax Product 3/13/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/30/2011)
or use $1/1 Dulcolax Products 2/27/2011 SS Insert (exp 6/30/2011)
or use $3/1 Dulcolax Balance
or use $2/1 Dulcolax Brand Product
or use $3/1 Dulcolax Balance Brand Product
or use $1/1 Dulcolax Product 1/16/2011 SS Insert or use(exp 4/30/2011)
or use $3/2 Dulcolax Product 1/16/2011 SS Insert (exp 4/30/2011)
or use $2/1 Dulcolax Laxative Product
Plus
Use $2/1 Dulcolax Products 2/27/2011 Walgreens IVC (exp 3/26/2011)
Final Price: As low as $1.99

Comments

  1. michele says

    I just love it (sarcasm) other areas get $3 register rewards and we get 400 pts- the dollar equivalent of that is $1 !!! Oh yeah that’s just as good :-{

  2. michele says

    I’ll be sending Walgreens an email letting them know that I will not need to stop by their stores this week AGAIN !

  3. Ashley says

    Could you please explain the B1G1 Right Guard Deal? I don’t understand how you don’t have to buy 1. Thanks in advance. I can see a problem at checkout. Good thing I have my policy in my binder and will soon know how to explain it to them. Teach me, oh wise one 🙂

    • Tracie says

      It is that the one you are “paying” for is the one Walgreens is giving you for free. So, the one you have to pay for on each transaction actually cancels the other out. The policy states:

      When items are featured in a Buy One, Get One Free promotion, up to two coupons can be used against the items being purchased, as long as the net price does not go below zero for the items being purchased.

      Keep in mind that some stores still do not understand this, so you may have to purchase 4 items and pay for just one of them (even though the cashiers are wrong).

      • Anne says

        Tracie,

        I don’t think I can possibly be any more dense on this one… could you please explain in baby steps (again…) how this works. I have the coupon from Sunday’s paper for B1G1 to combine with the Walgreen’s offer, but if I had to explain this to a confused Walgreen’s clerk, I couldn’t do it!

        Thank you….

        • Tracie says

          Not a problem…..

          Pick up 2 Right Guard Deodrants…we’ll call them “A” and “B”.

          The store promotion is B1G1, so you buy A and get B for free
          The coupon is B1G1, so you buy B and get A for free
          They in essence cancel one another out

          If the clerk throws too big of a fit, then you pick up 4 of them, A, B, C and D

          When you buy A, B is free and when you buy C, D is free. That means you have to pay for A and C. Your coupon will require you to buy A and get C for free. So, you basically pay for A and get B, C and D for free.

          I hope that helps!

  4. Eric in OP, KS says

    I DETEST the new Walgreens points program – what the heck was wrong with the RRs??? Too much bother for me!

    • Tracie says

      You are certainly not alone Eric. When we see that others around the country are getting a greater value, it makes it even worse.

  5. Tracy says

    I could never even get Walgreens to let me use coupons with RR deals anyway so I stopped going there long ago…way too much hassle when I can go across the street and run my transactions at CVS without ever being questioned.

    • Tracie says

      Some Walgreens managers/cashiers were never taught how to apply coupons within their store. If you do decide to go back, just take the policy with you – it says you CAN do this.

  6. Casey says

    If you have a rewards card and can get outside of the test market area, you can use your card (to get the points), and the register rewards will still print. I don’t think you get the bonus points though.

    • Mandy says

      I was wondering about this, so thanks for the info. I am originally from the KC area so I have the card, but recently moved to Seattle. I will have to try it tomorrow!

  7. Stephanie says

    Thanks so much for posting the deals for the test area! Or should I say, lack of deals for the test area. lol

    CVS is getting much more of my business these days.

  8. Dawn K. says

    I have a question about using B1G1 Free coupons in conjunction with another coupon. I have the OralB B1G1 Free coupon, and then another coupon for .75 off an OralB brush (same style). Since the B1G1 coupon applies to the free item, can I utilize the other coupon of which the value would go toward the full price item? That would end up being $2.24 for 2 brushes (not the best deal, but we’ve been sick and need to restock ASAP).

    Thanks!

    • Tracie says

      Yes – that is exactly how you can do that! I always remind myself that I may not always get the best deal, but paying $2.24 is better than paying $6.98!!

  9. Ashley R. says

    The first time in 6 months that I stepped in to a Wags was this past weekend to help my sister get signed up ( for the gatorade deal this week) and I just offered my thoughts about the program to the cashier, well she could barely figure out what I was saying. My thought is if I tell them personally maybe at a meeting or word of mouth might get us somewhere! I highly doubt it because she looked confused but I’ve also posted on there FB wall a few times about being unhappy and also emailed with zero response!

    Lets just remember the squiky wheel and keep squiking! LOL!