Walgreens: Glade Spray Moneymaker and FREE Kleenex


There’s a very nice moneymaker deal going on at Walgreens on Glade Sprays.  They are on sale for $0.99 each after in-ad coupons but if you play your cards right you can get them for better than free.  Hand the coupons in the order I outline:

$6.76 when you buy four cans of Glade Spray @ $1.69 each regularly
-$3.38 when you use two buy one get one coupons from 11/1 SS insert
-$0.75 off two when you use one coupon from 11/1 SS insert or this $0.75/2 printable coupon
-$2 when you hand out the $1/2 coupon in the November Coupon Booklet
-$2.80 when you hand out the in-ad coupon to adjust price down to $0.99 each
= FREE plus $2.17 in overage. Then submit this receipt for the SC Johnson rebate and you have an additional $5 coming to you by mail.

You can get some FREE Kleenex this week at Walgreens. There’s a coupon in the “Healthy Savings” Version of the November Coupon Booklet for $1 off one box of Kleenex Ultra Soft 85ct. Kleenex tissues are on sale this week for $1.09 after in ad coupon. This is your transaction:

$5.97 when you buy three boxes of Kleenex Ultra Soft 85 ct
-$0.50/3 coupon from 11/1 SS insert or the $0.50/3 printable coupon
-$3 when you use $1/1 coupon from Healthy Savings Coupon Booklet
-$2.70 when you use in-ad coupon to lower price to $1.09 each
= FREE plus $0.23 in overage


I hesitated for the last few days to share these deals with you because both include the use of two Walgreens coupons per item.  Last time I shared a scenario like this I read your comments and listened to what you had to say.  So, I went looking for guidance on whether this could be done or not and I turned to Hotcouponworld which is where I usually go for reference of what’s a legitimate deal and what is not.  What I learned is two things: one there’s no official coupon policy at Walgreens.  Some cashiers will be OK with you doing this and some will not.  But from a manager at Walgreens the word is that you can combine two Walgreens coupons as long one is a seven day coupon (in ad coupon) and one is an instant value coupon (which is what the coupons in the coupon booklets are).

If you are uncomfortable using both coupons then you can’t get free Kleenex but you can still get very cheap Glade Sprays.  Just choose to use the coupon in the November Coupon booklet instead of the in-ad coupon and you will pay 63 cents for the four cans of Spray.