The Best of Walgreens Deals Week of 11/22-11/27

It looks like a good week of deals at Walgreens. There are some good coupon and register rewards deals. Don’t forget that there is a $5/$25 Walgreens coupon good on your purchases tomorrow Sunday 11/22 and Monday 11/23. If right now your coupon is printing without a barcode check on Sunday and hopefully it would print with a barcode then. This coupon would go great with the formula RR deal to get you some cheap formula if you need that.

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Coupon Deals

Coffee-mate 16oz on sale buy one get one free or 2/$2.49
Use two $1/1 printable coupon
Pay $0.49 for two after coupons

Welch’s Grape Juice 2/$6
Use $1/1 Welch’s printable coupon (IE Link) (FF Link)
Pay $2 each after coupon

Starbucks Ice Cream 2/$5
Use $1/1 printable coupon
Pay $1.50 each after coupon

Campbells Tomato Soup $0.59 each after in-ad coupon
Use $0.50/2 printable coupon
Pay $0.68 for two after coupons

Tic Tacs $0.99 after in-ad coupon
Use $1/1 coupon from 9/20 RP insert (if Tic Tac Chill included in sale)
FREE after coupons

Ricola Cough Drops $0.99 after in ad coupon
Use $0.50/1 coupon from Diabetes and You Coupon Booklet
Pay $0.49 each after coupon

Register Rewards Deals

Nabisco Crackers 5/$10, Earn a $3 RR when you spend $10
Use $1/1 Nabisco Cracker coupon from 11/8 SS
$1/1 Nabisco Ritz Crackers printable coupon
$1/2 Nabisco Crackers on Smartsource
$1/2 Nabisco Crackers Printable coupon

Deal Idea:
Buy Five Boxes of Nabisco Crackers (mix and match)
Use five $1/1 coupons from 11/8 SS insert or $1/1 Nabisco Ritz Crackers printable coupon
Pay $5 out of pocket and get $3 RR back.
If you do this deal twice you could then submit for Kraft Rebate: Get $10 back when you buy ten boxes Nabisco Crackers

Kelloggs Cereals 2/$5, Earn a $5 RR when you buy two
Use $0.75/1 Smart Start Cereal or here
Use $1/2 Frosted Mini Wheats
Pay as little as $1.25 per box after coupons and register rewards

Enfamil Infant Formula 23-25oz $22.99, Earn a $2 RR when you buy one
Use $5/1 coupon from 9/27 SS insert
Pay $15.99 per can after coupon and register reward

Triaminic Cold and Allergy Relief 2/$10, Earn a $5 RR when you buy two
Use $1.50/1 coupon from 10/18 SS insert or $1.50/1 printable coupon
Use $2/1 Walgreens coupon from Healthy Savings Coupon Booklet (will deduct $4)
Pay $3 out of pocket and get $5 RR back

Monthly Register Rewards

$5.99 Contrex 20ct
Use $3/1 coupon from 11/1 SS insert (some areas got $1.50/1)
Use $3/1 coupon from November Coupon Booklet
FREE after coupons

Buy three Lubriderm Body Lotion Fragrance Free 6oz $3.79 each, Earn a $8 Register Rewards
Use three $2/1 coupons from 10/11 RP insert
Use $1/1 Walgreens coupon from Diabetes and You Winter Issue (will deduct $3 at once)
Pay $2.37 plus tax out of pocket and earn a $8 register rewards back!

Dulcolax Balance $7 (7 Day, 4.1oz), Earn a $4 RR wyb one*
Use $3/1 coupon found on package or $3/1 printable coupon
Submit for $5 rebate found here
FREE plus up to $5 in overage after coupon, register reward and rebate

Theraflu $5 each, Earn a $3 RR wyb two
Use two $2/1 coupon from 10/18 inserts (some areas got a $3 off one)
Use one $2/1 coupon in Healthy Savings Booklet
Pay as little as $0.00 out of pocket (if you got the $3/1 coupons) and earn a $3 RR back.

Buy one Almay Pure Blends Foundation $9.99 (at my store) and get a $10 RR back and

Buy one Almay Pure Eye Shadow $7.49 OR LipGloss $7.49 OR Mascara $6.99 and get a $5 RR back

Happy Savings!

Comments

  1. Catherine Lowe says:

    you might also want to stack the free box of crackerfulls wyb ritz with this – they expire 11/30. (if your walgreens carries them) you can get 5 boxes of those for free

  2. Alisha says:

    I’m pretty sure the Walgreens Kleenex Coupon is only for the 85 count – which is not included in the in-ad sale.

    • Mercedes says:

      Alisha

      the in ad coupon says it’s good on package couts 78-110. I am sure that wil include the 85 count.

      Mercedes

      • Alisha says:

        The ad I’ve seen says “78 or 110 sheets” – am I looking at the right ad? (Front page, bottom left-hand corner?)

        • Mercedes says:

          Ok, I was finally able to get back on my computer (it was really hard pulling the ad scans on my iphone) and you are right it says 78 OR 110 CT. So no free Kleenex, oh well! Although I wouldn’t be surprised if it does work.

          Mercedes

  3. Jennifer says:

    For the Enfamil formula, there is also a $2 off coupon in the November coupon book, making them only $13.99 after coupons. What I am going to do is use the $5 off $25 coupon (only good Sunday and Monday) and buy two cans of Enfamil and get them for only $12.50 each.

  4. The link to the Ritz coupon doesn’t seem to work? Also, I can’t find the Lubriderm coupon on their site (maybe it’s been removed?)

    Thanks for putting this together!

  5. Rose says:

    I’m having the same problem as Becky. No lubriderm. what am I missing?

  6. Jaclyn says:

    Does anyone know if you get .11 overage per box of Kleenex or if the coupon will automatically adjust down? I guess I will get some freebies this week as I have several B3G1 free Kleenex coupons I found on a tearpad at Stater Brothers Grocery Store. Maybe I will get some stocking stuffers or food for the holidays. I am pretty much stocked up on Kleenex with from Walgreens previous Kleenex deal & CVS’s. So I will be donating what I can get to my sons school & my mom who has allergies. I LOVE when I can help others while still staying on my $50 a week for food/toiletries budget! =)

  7. Natasha says:

    There is also a Nabisco $1.00/2 coupon that will work on the cracker deal if you buy Triscuits 9.5 oz. or Wheat Thins 10 oz.

    I don’t see how the Kleenex Coupon would work. The 78 and 110 are the ones on sale and not the 85 count that’s in the booklet.

    The Lubriderm coupon hasn’t been available for a little over a week now-darn! I could use some more free lotion!

  8. Lisa says:

    Wouldn’t the Kellogg’s cereal be free after RR? If they are buy 2/$5 and you get $5 RR? Then, it would be a moneymaker if we use coupons? Sorry, I’ve been congested and my brain is not working properly. Please, tell me if this doesn’t make sense! =) Thanks, Mercedes!

  9. THere is a coupon in the Diabetes booklet that will work with the Nabisco deal. Check it out at http://thecouponhigh.blogspot.com/2009/11/walgreens-deals-starting-1122.html. In addition, you can get even better deals on the Theraflu and Comtrex. Those deals are listed there too.

  10. Mary Ann says:

    Can you tell me the specific crackers that will work for the $10.00 rebate or where to find them? I’ve gone to the website listed on the rebate form to find the list, but I can’t find it anywhere. Since I’ve been getting some great deals on crackers lately, I’d hate to miss a rebate. Thanks!

  11. denise says:

    can someone tell me the link to print the nabisco rebate form?

  12. Heather says:
  13. Patricia says:

    Thank you for letting me know about these deals. Really appreciated

  14. Debbie says:

    Hi Mercedes,

    on your post for Kellogg’s cereal..(Kelloggs Cereals 2/$5, Earn a $5 RR when you buy two), i believe you only earn $1RR not $5RR.

    Also, the Ricola coupon on the booklet is for 50-ct.

    Thanks!

  15. Jaclyn says:

    The Robitussin 2 pack to go deal- Pay 2.49 get a 2.49RR did NOT work for me today 11/21/09 =( I was hoping to roll my $2 register reward from the Aussie shampoo. There was no sign posted in front of them either to show Walgreens that there was suppose to be a RR printing. BUMMER!

    I have issues with the Monthly Register Rewards because a lot of them are NOT tagged & I have no “proof” of the register reward that is suppose to print. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of “MONTHLY register rewards”? This would help a TON! Thank you!!! =)

  16. Natasha says:

    The Robitussin To Go was pulled a few weeks ago for the lack of product. Check out iheartwags.com for more information on the monthly deals.

  17. sumi says:

    I Have about $24 worth of RR . I am wondering if my total comes to 26.00 after applying manufacturer coupons, and using walgreens november and diabetes booklet coupons, will I be able to use the $5/$25 coupon and pay the rest of the amount using S24 RR?

  18. Lisa says:

    Mercedes,
    In the Walgreens ad this week they have Vanity Fair bowls / plates B1G1F. I have a coupon for B1G1F Vanity Fair bowls / plates. I believe it came from the October issue of All You. Coupon expires 12/31/09.

  19. Patricia says:

    I had the same problem. They went to the back where the Robitussin was and it said that there was $2.49 register rewards so they did an over ride to give me that reward and then the triaminic didnt get any rewards printed either so they had to over ride that too. Also, the mascara from Almay rang up $7.99 instead of the $6.99 that was posted on the shelf. Again, an override.

  20. Alisha says:

    I asked about the Vanity Fair sale and you can not use the coupon with the sale. The coupon is for BOGO Free of equal or lesser value. The first scans at $3.79, the second $0, so if you use your coupon, they take off $0. :( I was hoping to get some free plates too.

    Thanks for compiling all the deals, Mercedes!

  21. Lisa says:

    If anyone held on to the Lean Cuisine “Save $2 on 3″ coupon from the September issue of All You magazine, it is still valid. Walgreens has them on sale 2/$5 plus $1 in register rewards. You will have to buy 3 to use the coupon so you might as well get 4 for $8 and get $2 in register rewards.

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