Monday, March 9, 2009

Walgreens Deals 3/8-3/14

Here are some other great deals to go along with the diaper deal this week. (See: Great Diaper Deal (coming NEXT WEEK at Walgreens))

Glade Lasting Impressions holder 7.99 ea
Buy 2 at a time, use the following coupons:
(1) Glade PlugIns Scented Oil Lasting Impressions holder, any $4/1 (3-21-09) SS1-2/8
(1) printable BOGO coupon here: http://www.glade.com/offers.aspx?offerId=105 (print twice)
(1) Walgreens Easy Saver Coupon $4/1, will take $4 off each one (found in EasySaver Catalog booklets on racks by the door, page 29)
Final price: 4.01 OVERAGE!! Make sure you are buying other items (like diapers :) ) to make up the overage, othervise it might not work. Cashiers don't like to give cash back! If you don't have the newspaper coupon, or your cashier doesn't want to let you use it, it is still FREE after the printable coupon and the easy saver coupon.

Glade Sense and Spray starter kit 7.99 ea
Buy 2 at a time, use the following coupons:
(1) Glade Sense & Spray starter kit, any $4/1 (3-21-09) SS1-2/8
(1) printable BOGO coupon here: http://www.glade.com/offers.aspx?offerId=104
(1) Walgreens Easy Saver coupon $4/1, page 29, will take $4 off each one
Final Price: 4.01 OVERAGE!! (Same fine print as above)

Garnier Fructis shampoo, conditioner, and styling products 2.99 ea
USE: $2/1 Easy Saver coupon, page 18 (says limit one on the coupon but I have yet to have a Walgreens enforce the limit, just have to warn you...) Greenfield & Brown is limiting it to one per customer, Brown & Mesa Dr. is limiting it to two per customer.
AND any of these newspaper coupons:
Garnier Fructis Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment (excluding trial size) $1/1 (5-1-09) RP1-1/4
Garnier Fructis shampoo, conditioner or treatment, any (excluding trial size) $1/1 (4-15-09) RP-3/8
Garnier Fructis Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment, any regular size $1/1 (3-15-09) RP-2/8
Garnier Fructis Style Product (excluding trial size) $1/1 (5-1-09) RP1-1/4
Garnier Fructis Style Product, any $1/1 (3-15-09) RP-2/8
Garnier Fructis style product, any (excluding trial size) $1/1 (4-15-09) RP-3/8
Final Price: FREE (just pay tax)

Orbit Gum, 3 for 1.98
USE: Easy Saver coupon .99/3, page 6
Final Price: 3 for .99

General Hints:
* Pick your cashier. Older ladies (who don't know any better) or teenage boys (who don't care) work best. If you know what you're doing you don't want someone who will question every coupon. I will never tell you to use a coupon on anything it isn't intended for. As long as you are couponing with integrity, you shouldn't have to fight over a deal. But some cashiers think it is their personal mission to make sure you don't get too good of a deal!

* Make sure you have an item for every coupon you use. If you want to pay with a register reward and you have coupons for every item you are buying, you will need to buy a "filler item". Just throw in a candy bar or something cheap. That gives the register reward something to "attach" to.

* Register rewards cannot be "rolled" within the same deal. For example, if you want to do a second transaction of diapers and you use your first $10 register reward to pay for them, another register reward will not print. However, you can use a register reward you earned from buying other products (like the Dove that was on sale last week) and it will still print a reward for the Huggies.

* When you are using multiple types of coupons for payment, this is the order you should hand them to the cashier:
--Register Rewards first
--Manufacturer coupons second
--Easy Saver coupons last (These can stay in the book and just be scanned by the cashier. They don't need to keep them.)

Here is a GREAT Walgreens FAQ: Walgreens FAQ

1 comment:

Little Ken said...

Totally true about picking your cashier! When I pick the wrong one (usually the makeup counter), and they pick a fight, I just have them cancel the item or transaction. They don't really pick a fight...I love how you said, it's their personal mission to make sure we don't get too good of a deal! :) The manufacturers are paying them, right? I mean they actually make $4.01 on the glad deal, right? I'll have to ask next time I'm in.