Saturday, December 26, 2009

Walgreens Deals - Week of 12/27/09

Sale prices good December 27, 2009 - January 2, 2010

No freebies this week. It has been a long time since there wasn't at least one free item you could pick up at Walgreens. I hope this is not going to be the trend for 2010.

Remember, you can roll Register Rewards. Take a look at Quick Tip - Using Walgreens Register Rewards.

I highlight only the best deals. Take a look at Walgreens' full ad here (available on Sunday) or the ad scan at I Heart Wags.


:: Best Deals this Week ::

Honey Nut Cheerios - 2/$4
$1 off Honey Nut Cheerios printable coupon
- HERE (use 2)
Receive $2 in Register Rewards when you buy (2) Honey Nut Cheerios and (1) gallon of Milk (General Mills)
Final cost: (2) Honey Nut Cheerios and (1) gallon of milk for the price of the milk after coupon and Register Rewards

Pampers Jumbo Pack Diapers or Training Pants - 2/$20
$2 - 12/27/09 P&G (use 2)
Receive $3.50 Register Reward when you buy 2 (P&G)
Final cost: $6.25 each when you buy 2 after coupons & Register Reward


:: Other Good Deals this Week ::

Suave - $1
.50 Suave for Men - 12/13/09 RP (if included in sale)
Final price. .50 each

Puffs Facial Tissue - .89 with in-ad coupon
.25 off 3 - 11/29/09 P&G (expires 12/31)
Final price: .81 each when you buy 3

Glade Fragrance Collection 4.5 oz. Soy Candle - $3.99
$2 - 11/15/09 Parade Magazine
Receive $1 Register Reward (S. C. Johnson)
Final cost: .99 each after coupon and Register Reward

Campbell's Chunky Soup - 2/$3 with in-ad coupon
$1.50 off 3 - HERE
Final price: $1 each when you buy 3
Thanks, CJ!

Pepto-Bismol - $4.99 (buy 3)
.50 - 11/29/09 P&G (expires 12/31) and 12/27/09 P&G (use 3)
Receive $10 Register Reward when you buy 3 (P&G)
Final cost: $1.16 each when you buy 3 after coupon & Register Reward

Vicks NyQuil or DayQuil - $4.99 (buy 5)
$1.50 - 11/29/09 P&G (expires 12/31) and 12/27/09 P&G (use 5)
and use Buy (2) Vicks Products and Get One Puffs FREE - 12/27/09 P&G
Receive $10 Register Reward when you buy $20 or more (P&G)
Final Cost: $1.49 each when you buy 5 after coupon and Register Rewards + a FREE box of Puffs

Gillette Fusion Razor System - $8.99
$4 - 11/29/09 P&G (expires 12/31)
Receive $3 Register Reward (P&G)
Final cost: $1.99 each after coupon & Register Reward

Aussie Hair Care - $2.99 with in-ad coupon
$1 - 12/27/09 P&G
Final price: $1.99 each

Herbal Essences Hair Care - $2.99 with in-ad coupon
$1 - 12/27/09 P&G
Final price: $1.99 each


:: Filler Ideas ::

4x6 inch Digital Prints - .09 with in-ad coupon
Paper Mate Mechanical Pencils, 5 pack - .19
Yellow Pencils, 10 pack - .19
Index Cards - .39

7 comments:

  1. The cost of a gal. of 2% got kicked up to $2.49 at the Columbia, IL Wags.

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  2. Chunky Soup is on sale 2/$3. There are $1.50/2 printables at http://www.campbellkitchen.com/Coupon.aspx making them 3/$3. One coupon can be used now and there are others that can be used in Feb, March and April. Print them now for good sales in the upcoming months. You should be able to print 2 of each coupon.

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  3. Hi kas, Skim Milk at the Walgreens I shop at in the city is running $2.79 and 2% is a little more. Is milk prices always cheaper in Il?

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  4. Thanks, CJ
    I'll add Campbell's Chunky to the post.

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  5. Hi Jeri, The dairy lobby has great influence in Jeff City. There has been a floor on the price for decades and IMHO, not helpful for the consumer. Compare to other states, we aren't that bad in price. Look how some from Il come over to MO to fill up at the pump. Even Wags price of milk in Iowa has risen above our local price for 2%, as I noticed in a recent Davenport ad.

    Now going back awhile, Hart Dairy use to sell considerable amount of milk in a setting like those Wonder Bread outlets. Some stores were free standing and had a drive up windows. When Hart Dairy management decided to monopoly the market by selling real cheap, the wrath of Jeff City came down hard. I've even been told by a Kroger GM, he would sell at the price of the Indianapolis stores, except that would step on toes. Finally, well at least the WI dairy lobby now lets consumers buy maragine without leaving that state.

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  6. Just found out that Lucky Charms (my favorite!)are included in the General Mills $2 RR deal. I didnt know that the other day and bought Cinnamon Toast Crunch instead because I had coups for any GM cereal that made them free. I'm thinking of taking the CTC back and exchanging them for Lucky Charms since they are the same price. Does anyone know what Wags does with food that gets returned? Will they throw it away even though its clearly not been opened? I hate for food to be wasted but I'd really rather have Lucky Charms.

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  7. Hi CJ - I don't know what Walgreens does with returned food items, but I know the grocery stores restock returns if they are not damaged. I would imagine Walgreens would too.

    I would take the CTC back and ask.

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