Saturday, June 5, 2010

Walgreens Deals - Week of 6/6/10

Sale prices good June 6 - 12, 2010

Gillette and Old Spice are triggering a Register Reward this week. There are a ton of scenarios you could come up with using the coupons in this weekends P&G insert.

I highlight only the best deals. Take a look at Walgreens' full ad HERE.

New to Walgreens shopping and looking to maximise your saving? Check out my Walgreens $5 Scenario.

:: June Register Reward Deal ::
Most stores are out of stock of this product. The deal is good through June 26th. Hopefully, your will get some in before the deal is over.

Neutrogena Bar Soap - $2.69 to $2.99 (buy 3)
Get $10 Register Reward when you buy (3) or more participating Neutrogena Skin or Sun Care products
Pay $8.07 to $8.97
Get $10 Register Reward
Final cost: $1.93 to $1.03 Money-Maker


:: Free this Week ::

Bayer Aspirin, 24 to 36 ct. - .99 with in-ad coupon
$1 printable Bayer coupon IE Link or FireFox Link
$1 - 3/21/10 SS
Final price: FREE
Make sure you give the manufacturer coupon to the cashier before the in-ad coupon.


:: Cheap this Week ::

Starbucks Frappuccino - $1.25 with in-ad coupon
$1 printable Starbucks coupon
Final price: .25 each

Pampers Wipes, 64 to 72 ct. - $2.50
$2 - 6/6/10 P&G
Final price: .50 each

Spend $25 on participating Gillette/Old Spice products and get $10 Register Reward (P&G)
Gillette Body Wash - $4.49
Gillette Deodorant - $4.99

Deal Ideas

Buy (6) Gillette Body Wash @$4.49 = $26.94 (buy 6)
Use (3) B1G1 Gillette Body Wash (6/6/10 P&G) -$13.47
Pay out of pocket: $13.47
Receive $10.00 Register Reward
Final cost: $2.47 or $0.58 each after coupons and Register Reward

Buy (3) Gillette Deodorants @ $4.99 = $14.97
Buy (3) Gillette Body Washes @ $4.49 - $13.47
Use (3) Buy Gillette Deodorant get Gillette Body Wash FREE (6/6/10 P&G)- $13.47
Use (1) $1 off 2 Gillette Deodorants (6/6/10 P&G) -$1.00
Pay out of pocket: $13.97
Receive $10 Register Reward
Final cost: $3.97 or .66 each after coupons and Register Reward


John Frieda Hair Care - 3/$15
Receive a $5 Register Reward when you buy 3 (KAO Brands)
$2.50 printable John Frieda coupon (complete hair profile and sign up)
or $2 printable John Frieda Root Awaking coupon
Final cost: .83 each after coupons and Register Reward

Gillette Fusion ProGlide Manual or Power Razor System - $9.89
Receive a $5 Register Reward (P&G)
$4 - 6/6/10 P&G
Final cost: .89 each after coupon and Register Reward

Select Kellogg's Cereals - $2.50
Special K and Smart Start pictured in ad
Receive a $2 Register Reward when you buy 2 (Kellogg's)
$1 off 2 printable Kellogg's cereal coupons HERE and HERE
or $1 off 2 Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats or Raisin Bran - 6/6/10 RP (if included in sale)
or $1 off 2 Special K - 5/2/10 SS
Final cost: $1 each when you buy 2 after coupon and Register Reward

Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Bars - $2.50 (buy 4)
Receive $2 Register Reward when you buy $10 (Kellogg's)
$1 printable Nutri-Grain Bars coupon (use 4 - have to print from 2 computers)
Final cost: $1 each when you buy 4 after coupons and Register Reward

Ziploc Bags - $1.99
15 to 25 pack Freezer or Storage, 100 pack Sandwich
$1.50 off 2 printable Ziploc coupon (coupon no longer available, Thanks, Kelly and Melissa!)
or $1 off 2 - 5/16/10 SS
Final price: $1.24 to $1.49 each when you buy 2

Tylenol Sinus, 24 ct - $6.99 to $7.99
$5 off 2 - 4/11/10 RP
and use $2 off in-ad coupon
Final price: $2.49 to $3.49 each

Clairol Nice 'n Easy or Root Touch-Up Hair Color - $6.99
Receive a $3 Register Reward (P&G)
$1 - 6/6/10 P&G
Final cost: $2.99 each after coupon and Register Reward

Viactiv Calcium Chew, 60 ct. - $8.99 to $9.79
$2 - 5/9/10 SS
and use $3 off in-ad coupon
Final price: $3.99 to $4.79 each

Huggies Diapers, Pull-Ups or GoodNites, Jumbo Pack - $8.99
$3 printable Little Movers or Little Snugglers coupon
or $2 printable Pull-Ups coupon
Final price: $5.99 to $6.99 each


:: Filler Ideas ::

Ravinia Knee-Highs - .25 with in-ad coupon
W Candy - .39
Mars Candy - .49 with in-ad coupon
Butterball Chicken Broth - .50 with in-ad coupon
Ajax Cleanser - .50 with in-ad coupon
Tuf Paper Towels - .59 with in-ad coupon

18 comments:

  1. I was at the Wags on Salt Lick earlier today and they had quite a few (20ish) of the Neutrogena bar soap. It's in two places on the wall behind the beauty counter.

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  2. There are no prints available for this campaign.---Message I got when trying to print the $1.50/2 Ziploc coupon.

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  3. I got the same message as Kelly when trying to print the $1.50 ziploc coupon.

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  4. Hi Jamie R - Good to hear there are some Neutrogean soap still around or restocked. There's hope!

    Sorry Kelly and Melissa. But, boy do I hate it when a coupon is gone and the advertising for it is still on a website.

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  5. I hope no one looks too closely at the Starbucks coupon. It has an expiration of 12/31/2010, but in the fine print and also along the bottom, it says it expires 6/1/10.

    I had printed this when it was previously available and know that time it really did expire 6/1/2010, so I guess they just forgot to change it?

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  6. Hi em - Thanks for the update on the Starbucks coupon. Somebody in a marketing/advertising dept. didn't read the fine print and make the change. I hope the cashiers don't read as carefully as you.

    And, thanks for the 3 Musketeer info!

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  7. Geez! I guess I tried to post that a few too many times. Blogger told me it was unavailable each time. You are welcome to delete a few of those, if you want.

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  8. With the Gilette deal could you buy 6, use 3 BOGO and 1 $4 off 2? After RR your total would be .97 or .16 each? How does the BOGO coupon work with other coupons?

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  9. Hi Marcella - You can use a B1G1 coupon and another coupon together, but I think the second coupon need to be for 1 product and not 2. So in this case, I don't think that would be correct coupon usage.

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  10. Boooo! I was wondering why no one else thought of that combo lol.

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  11. If you buy the Gillette fusion razor pack it is ringing up the same price as the razor alone and it gives you the 5RR. It is also rolling. Bought three today and they rolled everytime. They will make great Christmas presents for the men in your life.

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  12. Thanks for the info, Lynda!

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  13. Does anyone know what all Neutrogena products are included in the RR deal? I've looked everywhere and can't find the info. My Wags only had two bars in stock today, and I was wondering if there was anything else I could get that wouldn't be as great of a deal, but I like Neutrogena products anyway, so I'm willing to pay a little more to get a better product than the bars for less money.

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  14. Lynda, where in the store did you find the Gillette fusion razor pack? I looked by the razors/shaving cream shelf, no luck! TIA.

    Anonymous, at the store I shop at, almost all the Neutrogena items got the yellow shelf tag under them regarding the RR deal. If you are brave enough (which am not when there's no sign and definite info) you can try and pay with cash and if you don't get the RR, just return the items. :)

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  15. Hi Anonymous - I Heart Wags has a list of the participaitng Neutogena products.

    http://www.iheartwags.com/2010/05/june-2010-rr-deals-0530-0626.html

    Sorry, you'll have to cut and paste the link. I can't put links in the comments.

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  16. Hi coupon.girl I've seen the razor intro packs in the area that cosmetics puts their displays.

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  17. Walgreens befuddles me. They wouldnt let me use 2 $5 coupons for 2 Ben Gay Pain+Masssage priced at $4.99 each, but they let me use 2 $1 coupons for 2 Bayer priced at .99 each. Why the penny made a difference for one product and not another, I dont get. But still a good trip - free Always, 1 free Ben Gay and 2 free Bayer. Used a $2.50RR to pay for Mt Dew and swabs, for a .83 OOP. Couldnt do the Neutragena RR because they only had 2 bars left.

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  18. Hi CJ - It wouldn't be Walgreens if they didn't befuddle us.

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