Saturday, October 3, 2009

Walgreens Highlights - Week of 10/4 to 10/10

Well, the week of 9/27 was so great at Walgreens, this week has to seem a little dull in comparison. But there are still some good deals! Here are the best ones I see:

Purell Hand Sanitizer, 8 oz. @ $2.99, get $2 RR
Use coupon from 8/2 insert (could be either $.50 or $1, depending on where you live)
Pay $2.49-$1.99, get $2 RR; final cost = FREE to $.49 after coupon and RR
**Note: The ad says "while supplies last" by the Purell - I'm guessing this means that they're trying to clear out their stock or something and that supplies could already be low. So, if you really want Purell, I'd recommend getting it pretty early, probably on Sunday.

Campbell's tomato soup @ 2/$1 with in-ad store coupon
Use $1/2 printable coupon
Final cost = FREE
**Note: The coupon is for "cooking soups"; according to the Campbell's website, tomato soup is considered a cooking soup, so this coupon should be good to use here.

Wheat Thins (small box) @ 3/$3
Use $1 printable coupon
Final cost = FREE after coupon

Playtex Handsaver gloves @ $.99 with in-ad store coupon
Use $1 coupon from 5/3, 6/28, or 10/4 inserts
Final cost = FREE after coupons

Dove products (select varieties) are on sale for 25% off, and hair care products are $3. When you buy 8, you get a $10 RR. Depending on the 25% off sale prices, this could be a good deal if you have coupons for everything. I'll update this post at some point when I know more about the prices.

Gillette Fusion MVP Manual or Power Razor System @ $8.99, get $6 RR
Use $4 coupon from 9/27 insert
Pay $4.99, get $6 RR; final cost = $1.01 profit after coupon and RR
Carefree Pantiliners @ $.99 with in-ad coupon
Use $1 coupon found in various magazines (June issues of Ladies Home Journal, Woman's Day, and Good Housekeeping; March issues of Cosmo, Parents, and Shape; Feb. issues of Cosmo, Parents, Seventeen, Shape, and Glamour)
Final cost = $.01 profit
**Note: It's best to give the manufacturer's coupon from the magazine first, then have the cashier scan the in-ad coupon at the very end. Otherwise, the register may beep, which could make things more difficult.

(2) Bengay pain relief, 4-5 pk. patch or 4 oz. cream @ 2/$10, get $5 RR
Use (2) $2 coupons from 8/2 insert
Pay $6, get $5 RR; final cost = 2/$1, or $.50 each after coupon and RR

Also, the ad says to "ask about a flu shot and get $30 in coupons." I'm not sure what the coupons include, but I'll happily find out!

In addition to the above deals advertised in the weekly ad, the following deals were advertised in the 9/27 ad but are actually valid for the entire month of October, so you can still get them:

Emergen-C Booster 2pk., 2.5 oz. each @ $3.49, get $3.49 in RR = FREE after RR

Robitussin DM to Go, 2pk. @ $2.49, get $2.49 in RR = FREE after RR

Vaseline Sheer Infusion Lotion, 6.8 oz.@ $6.99, get $6.99 in RR
Use $1.50 printable coupon
Pay $5.49, get $6.99 in RR = $1.50 profit after coupon and RR

ChapStick Fresh Effects, .15 oz. @ $2.99, get $2.99 in RR = FREE after RR

If you're new to Walgreens shopping, this post may not make much sense to you; you'll probably want to check out my post here, which explains the Walgreens system and how to make it work for you.

1 comment:

  1. I'm so glad those are monthly deals! I missed out on them last week because I and some of my children were sick and I'm glad to find out they are still good! Thanks!