Walgreens Deals: Accu-check and Theraflu Moneymakers 1/31 ONLY

wag logo3 Walgreens Deals: Accu check and Theraflu Moneymakers 1/31 ONLY

There are a couple of Walgreens deals that I want to share on a separate thread because they are highly YMMV.  What does YMMV mean?  Your Mileage May Vary means that some stores may let you do the deal and some others may not.  However, the deal is perfectly legit.  So here are the deals:

Accu-Chek Aviv Blood Glucose Monitor $14.99, earn a $5.00 RR when you buy one
Use $10/1 coupon from 11/8 SS insert
Use $5/1 Walgreens Store coupon from Diabetes and You Magazine (EXPIRES 1/31)
Submit for $14.99 Mail-in Rebate
FREE plus earn $14.99 rebate and $5.00 RR
According to Natasha from Saving a Bundle, she has been able to get the full mail in rebate even after using a coupon. Asking for a rebate receipt is another way to get the mail in rebate even after using a coupon.

Theraflu Sugar-Free Nighttime Cold & Cough 6-pack, Earn a $5 RR when you buy two
Buy two Theraflu Sugar-Free Nighttime Cold & Cough 6-pack $5.49 each
Use two $2/1 Theraflu printable coupons on Coupons.com, Smartsource andRed Plum  PLUS
Use $2/1 Walgreens Store coupon from Diabetes and You Magazinet (EXPIRES 1/31)
Pay $2.98 and earn a $5 RR  Thanks Time to Save Workshops!

Will you be checking out these deals?  Make sure to come back and share how you did.

Comments

  1. Just an FYI that I’ve had my mail-in rebate rejected for this offer. I think officially you can’t get the rebate when you use a coupon;)

  2. Maria says:

    Went to Wags no RR come on Theraflu, but still was a good deal Theraflu only $1.49 ea. Thanks!

  3. Victoria says:

    I went and the theraflu was $6.49, so after coupons it would be free, no overage, and since I have enough theraflu for the rest of my life, I didn’t get any. ):

  4. LeAnne says:

    I did the Accu-check and got the register reward, but the rebate form in the box expired in 2008. Any ideas?

  5. terri says:

    I work at Walgreens and some people are now trying to return the Accu-check meters without receipts because they didn’t every need them and they used the reciept to get the rebate. There was a company wide warning about the “scam” so be warned, they are not taking the meters back without reciepts. Most stores also did not take both coupons because the one in the Diabetes magazine was a manufacturer coupon and you can not use two. This would have been a “legit” money maker but many people following the advise of this site do not use it in that way. They were going from register to register when we said no and from store to store. If it doesn’t work in one store and you have to try another then it is not legit. I can tell you that management is now following this website to watch for such deals because the interest in the Accu-Chek Aviva was so obvious.

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