Walgreens Deals 8/1-8/7

wag logo1 Walgreens Deals 8/1 8/7

Here are the best deals at Walgreens for the week of 8/1-8/7. Unlike last week, this week there are a ton of register rewards offers to take advantage of.

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Back to School Deals

10 pack Penway #2 pencils $0.09

6 pack Paper Mate highliters $0.19

Sharpie markers 2/$1 after in ad coupon

School box $0.59 after in-ad coupon

Crayola Washable Markers 8ct classics or 20ct super tips $3
Less Mail in Rebate of $3 (I am assuming it prints at the register)
Free after rebate

Crayola Crayons 24ct $1, Earn a $1 RR when you buy one
Free after register rewards

Penway subject notebook of index cards $0.29

Coupon Deals

Nutrigrain bars 2/$5
Use $0.75/1 Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Bars 7/11/2010 RP Insert (exp 9/5/2010)
Pay $1.75 each after coupon

Children’s Advil $6.99
Use $2/1 in ad coupon
PLUS use $1/1 Advil Children’s or Infant’s 6/13/2010 RP Insert (exp 8/31/2010) or $1/1 printable
Pay $3.99 each after coupons

Rembrandt products $7.99
Use $3/1 in ad coupon
PLUS use $2/1 Rembrandt Whitening Mouthwash or any Rembrandt Whitening Toothpaste 1/3/2010 RP #2 Insert (exp 1/31/2011) or $1/1 printable
Pay as little as $3.99 each after coupons

Register Rewards Deals

Complete Multipurpose solution 12oz $7.99, Earna $8 RR when you buy one
Use $2/1 Complete Solution 5/16/2010 RP Insert (exp 7/31/2010)
Free plus $2 in overage after register rewards and coupon

Alive Energy Multivitamins 50ct (men or women’s) $10, Earn a $10 RR when you buy one
Use $1/1 Alive printable
Free plus $1 in overage after register rewards and coupon

Tide or Gain Detergent 24-40 ct $5.99, Earn a $1 RR when you buy one
Use $1/1 Tide Laundry Detergent 8/1/2010 P&G Insert (exp 8/31/2010)
Pay $3.99 after coupon and RR

Buy $20 in participating Nestle products and get back $5 RR
Use $1.50/1 Boost Nutritional 6/6/2010 RP Insert (exp 8/1/2010)
Use $0.75/1 Nestle Coffee-Mate Liquid Creamer
Use $0.75/1 Coffee-Mate Liquid or Powder, 15 oz+
Use $0.50/1 Nestle Coffee-Mate Liquid Creamer 5/2/2010 SS Insert (exp 8/2/2010)
Use $1/5 Lean Cuisine 5/2/2010 SS Insert (exp 8/1/2010)
Use $1/2 Lean Cuisine Product Aug 2010 All You Magazine (exp 9/30/2010)

Buy $10 in Hershey’s products and get back $5 register rewards

Sonicare Essence toothbrush $59.99, Earn a $10 RR when you buy one
Use $10/1 Philips Sonicare Product 8/1/2010 SS Insert (exp 11/30/2010) or
Use $10/1 Philips Sonicare Jun 2010 All You Magazine (exp 7/31/2010)
Pay $39.99 after coupon and RR

Zegerid OTc 42ct $24.99, Earn a $5 RR wyb one
Use $5/1 Zegerid OTC 42 count only – 07-18-10 ss
Pay $14.99 after coupon and RR

Buy two select Kelloggs cereal 2/$5, Earn a $2 RR
Use $1/1 Kellogg’s FiberPlus Cereal, 11.5oz + (if included)
Use assorted $1.50/2 Kellogg’s Cereals
Use $1/1 Kellogg’s Cinnabon Cereal 6/27/2010 RP Insert (exp 8/8/2010) if included
Pay as low as $1 for two boxes after coupons and RR

Buy $25 in select P&G products and get back $5 RR

Deal Idea
Buy three packs on Pampers diapers $8.99 each
Buy three tubs of Pampers wipes
Use three $1.50/1 Pampers Diapers 8/1/2010 P&G Insert (exp 8/31/2010)
Use three B1G1 FREE Pampers Wipes WYB Diapers 8/1/2010 P&G Insert (exp 8/31/2010)
Pay $17.47 for three packs of wipes and diapers after coupons and RR

Monthly Register Rewards

Comming soon!….

Happy Savings!

Comments

  1. Kristina L. says:

    I saw on the I heart Wags website where they have the adscan of the upcoming ad and it says that the Alive Energy is 10.00 w/10RR. If it’s 5.00 would be much better.

  2. Allyson says:

    I’m new to Walgreens RR system. This week I’d love to stock up on crayola crayons and markers. How do I purchase mulitple packs of crayons and still get the RR for each pack? Can I buy in one large transaction, let say 3 packs and get $3 in RR? Or do I need to only buy one pack per transaction? Also, if I purchased 6 packs of crayons can I purchase 2 packs of markers, using the RR from the crayons in one transaction and still get 2 mail in rebates? Thanks for your help in navigating the unfamiliar Walgreen waters.

    • Kristina L. says:

      You will have to buy the crayons one at at time so that you can get the RR. Now if you can use one Crayola RR to buy another I don’t know that either. That’s a good one.

      • Megan says:

        You can pay for the crayons with a Crayola RR, but another RR will NOT print. So you would not want to pay for the crayons with the Crayola RR.

    • Cori says:

      I don’t know where you live, but if you have a Meijer nearby, check the new weekly ad for Crayola products. Mine has the 24 pack of crayons for 25 cents this week. It’s not free, but it’s a good deal and a limit of 10 instead of 1.

  3. Betsy says:

    Complete $2.00 coupon expired 7/31/10!!! Today is 8/1/10.

  4. Bocci says:

    This Wednesday, Walgreens will be offering their Friends and Family discount on their website – just print the barcode and bring to stores for 15% off (some products like dairy, cigs, giftcards, and such aren’t eligible for the 15% off)

    For Twitter fans, it will be sent out early for two extra discount days, Monday and Tuesday.

  5. correction says:

    I think it’s Facebook, not Twitter, that is having the 3-day discount offer

  6. Allyson says:

    We just got back from Walgreens. This is what we bought.

    ~3 packs of Crayola crayons for $1.10 each OOP
    (3 separate transactions, each gave us $1 RR)
    ~Crayola Markers 20 ct Supertips($3)
    ~Mead Envelopes($.49)
    ~Pencils(10 pk for $.09)
    minus $3 RR (from crayons) = $.93 (with tax) and a Mail in Rebate for $3.

    So, 3 (24 packs) of Crayola crayons, 1 (20 pack) of Crayola Markers, 1 box of envelopes, and 10 pencils = total OOP $4.23 PLUS $3 MIR in 8-10 weeks = $1.23

  7. Lindsay says:

    It doesn’t look like the $3 mail in rebate for the Crayola markers has a limit of one per household. Does anyone know if its worth trying to buy more than one of these?

    I was able to do multiple transactions rolling the RR for the Complete/Crayola and multivitamins back and forth today for little OOP. It certainly helps having the back to school items as fillers!

    • Mercedes says:

      Lindsay,
      what does the form say about limits?

      Mercedes

      • Lindsay says:

        The closest thing to a limit is where it says “Duplicate submissions or submissions that do not follow all of the stated instructions or terms and conditions will not be honored or returned.”

        But nothing about “one per household or address” as you normally see.

        • I just called on this. They forgot to list the limit. Sounds like they will be trying to fix it. I was told that if my receipt is dated 8/1 or 8/2 I can submit for more than one! Do it all in same envelope. Good thing I took the risk and bought 3!
          http://www.4our2cents.com/2010/08/walgreens-crayola-markers-rebate-update.html

          • Lindsay says:

            Thanks for doing the legwork to check on this! I’ll try and pick some up today! :)

          • Emily says:

            I called the customer service number printed on the rebate form and they said they will only accept 1 rebate form eventhough the rebate form does not state the limit. I’ve called the Walgreen corporate office to file a complaint. I am waiting for them to contact me. I am hoping that if they allow multiple rebates as stated by Mary, I can get them to send me something in writing as a proof.

          • Hmmm. Interesting that we would get conflicting info. I documented my call in case I need to dispute it. Emily, if you get something in writing from wags, could you please pass it along! THANKS!

          • So I was curious and called the 800 number again. Once again I was told that I could submit for more than one. They are making an exception these first two days and will be changing the form. Emily, I think you just happened to get someone who didn’t know better. I am going to risk it and send them in tomorrow! Good luck to you too!

          • Emily says:

            I will give it one more day before I send in my rebate. I will sure pass it on if I got anything from them in writing.

          • Emily says:

            I called the 1800 number again this morning and I was told this time that they will make an exception for purchase that made on 1-2 Aug. I guess when I called yesterday morning, I either had someone who didn’t know anything or they haven’t realized the problem.

  8. Allyson says:

    I think the duplicate submissions in is reference to not reproducing the rebate form and trying to get 2 rebates for the same pack of markers.

  9. Amber says:

    When I figured out the Pampers deal, I came up with OOP of $22.47 (3 diapers at 8.99-1.50 MQ=7.49 x 3 pkgs= 22.47). Since the wipes end up being free they don’t count, do they? So you’re not spending the $25 required to get the RR. Do they count RR after coupons or before? Thanks!

  10. Katie says:

    Amber, you need to have $25 before coupons so you are good with the 3 packs.

  11. Shirley says:

    My receipt is messed up for the $3 mail in rebate for the Walgreens Crayola markers. The “keep for your records” is blurry. Can someone tell me the Cust Svc phone # in case I have problems getting my rebate?

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