Walgreens: More Free Trident Gum

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I just spotted a coupon for $1/2 Trident Layers Gum on Smartsource. Use this coupon to take advantage of the monthly register rewards deal going on at Walgreens right now:

Buy two packs of Trident Layers 2/$2
Use $1/2 printable coupon
Pay $1 out of pocket and get a $1 register reward back

Don’t forget you can also use this $0.75/1 printable coupon to get more gum FREE plus up to $0.50 in overage after coupons and register rewards.

Don’t miss the rest of the weekly Walgreens deals here.

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  • Amy

    i have been to 2 stores and neither carry the layers! anyone have a link for trident in general that can be used for the extra care on rr too?

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  • Christy

    Thanks for the head-up on this coupon. It’s let me print it 10 times so far (I’m using Firefox).

    Amy – Have you asked an employee where they are? I could not find them at my store either and had to ask someone. Turns out they were not the candy isle but instead among the small items at the cash register. They blended in so well I didn’t see them. I would have totally missed it if I hadn’t asked.

  • lisette

    hi just beware that now instead of the register scaning them as $1 each now it’s pricing one as 1.29 and the 2nd as 0.71..so the register wont take 2 $0.75 coupons.Mine wouldn’t take it.And the manager couldn’t figure it out.It took me acouple of minutes to figure it out after I had already paid for them without the coupon. So if this happens to you just tell them to adjust it or key it in.

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  • Megan

    I had trouble when I got this last week using 2 $0.75 coupons because the RR didn’t print out. I asked the cashier about it and he called the manager up and they told me the system wouldn’t print the RR because I would “make money” from the transaction and it doesn’t allow you to do that. I know this is not true all the time at Walgreens because I (and many others) have “made money” on transactions. I have been told various things like this from employees at my local Walgreens and have had a hard time figuring out what the company policies are surrounding this and also surrounding adjusting coupons down when the value of the coupon is for more than the price of the item. Does anyone know their official policy?

  • Sarah

    I’m always careful to match the number of coupons to my number of items purchased, but do the coupons in Wag’s ads count toward this total?

    I’ve been thinking about this as it relates to the band-aids deal. Since the coupon in the ad is treated more like a sale price by the register, allowing the Children’s Activity Book coupon to be stacked with it, is it really a “coupon” for the purpose of counting my items:coupon ratio? Anyone know?

  • Also, CVS has this gum at CVS for only $1.00 starting the week of 10/18 making the $1.00/2 coupon useful for getting the gum for only $ .50 Really not a bad deal for this gum…it is very yummy.

    Deb @ Frugal Living And Having Fun