Very Cheap Viva Paper Towels at Walgreens

You can get a super deal on Viva Paper Towels at Walgreens this week.  There is an unadvertised Register Rewards offer on Viva Paper towels:  Buy two 6ct packs and get a $4 Register Rewards.  Use it to grab the following deal:

Buy two 6ct packs of Viva Paper towels $5.99 each
Use $1/1 Viva Paper Towels, 6 rolls Walgreens IVC (will deduct $2)
Use one $0.50/2 Viva Towels Big Roll Packages or (1) 2 pk
Pay $9.48 and get back a $4 Register Rewards

That’s like paying about 46 cents per roll. Great price for Viva Paper towels if you ask me. This register rewards offer is good through 4/15, but the Walgreens coupon expires 3/31. So it looks like the best deal as of now is this week.  Check out the rest of this week’s Walgreens deals here.

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  • pennyscents

    Is this IVC in the monthly book too, or do I need to print it out?

    • Penny,
      It’s in the monthly booklet, so it should be available in stores.

      Mercedes

    • innling

      unfortunately, my NY store sells them for $6.99, not $5.99. So, I dont get them at 45 cents a roll, more like 63 cents.

      • Innling,
        You may want to check your local ad because they are advertised this week for $5.99.

        Mercedes

        • InnLing

          Thanks, Mercedes. I just got my VIva towels and my $4 RR. Thanks. Worked just like you said.

  • Loretta Heggelund

    Didn’t work today 🙁

    • Pennyscents

      Something wasn’t right then. I just got back from Wags about a 1/2 hr ago, and I did the Viva deal myself. I almost bought the TUF paper towel. I actually was at the check out checking it out, and we couldn’t figure out why the Wags coupon wouldn’t work. The cashier noticed before i did that the packaging, even though it was orange, said TUF, and not Viva. The style of the package looks very similar. I would check to see, if maybe you bought the wrong ones??? Idk??? The RR should’ve printed, though.