Walgreens: Deals for the week of February 23-March 1, 2014


Here are the best deals at Walgreens this week, with thanks to Mercedes for her help with compiling these:

COUPON DEALS

Advil Congestion – $4.99
Buy 3 and use 3 $2/1 printable
Stack with $1/1 coupon from the Walgreens Cold & Flu Booklet
Submit $6/3 rebate from the 1/26 RedPlum insert
Get 3000 points
Free after coupon, rebate and points

Mucinex 24 Hour Allergy Relief, 5 ct $7.50
Use $5/1 coupon from the 2/23 SmartSource insert
And submit $2.50/1 rebate from the 2/23 SmartSource insert
Free after coupon and rebate

Robitussin 20ct or 4oz, – $4.99
Buy 3 and use 3 $1.50/1 printable
And use 2 $1/1 Ibotta Deposit
Submit $6/3 rebate from the 1/26 RedPlum insert
Get 3000 points
Free plus overage after coupons, rebate and points

Progresso Soups – 4/$5
Get 1,000 Points when you buy 4
Use $1/1 coupon from the 1/5 SmartSource insert
Free after coupon and points

Chips Ahoy! or Oreos – $2.50
Get 2,000 Points when you buy 2
Use $0.75/2 coupon from the 2/9 SmartSource insert
$1.13 each after coupon and points

REGISTER REWARD DEALS

Buy 2 Windex, Windex Wipes 28pk, Scrubbing Bubbles Shower, Toilet Gels 6pk, Bathroom 22oz, Shout at 2/$6, Get $2 Register Rewards
Use $1.50/2 printable
And use $1/1 Checkout 51 Deposit
$0.75 each after coupon, Register Rewards and deposit

New to shopping at Walgreens? Be sure to head over and check out Walgreens 101 where I explain in detail how to maximize the mileage of your money at Walgreens. See the full list of deals at Walgreens this week over at Common Sense with Money.

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  1. Carolyn says

    I recently purchased a Soda Stream to make carbonated water at home, and Iove it. But because of the minerals in our water, we need to use very cold water to make the carbonation work. So, we keep our two bottles full of water in the fridge until we are ready to use them. The problem is that when we are ready to carbonate, we usually need more than two bottles for our family.
    But extra bottles are pretty expensive, around $10 each. So, I was hoping you might have a solution, perhaps another bottle that would fit on the Soda Stream, but from another, cheaper source. Any ideas you could give me would be very appreciated. I haven’t seen anything here concerning this, but I do miss some as I can’t access the internet at home currently. Anyway, thanks for your help, Carolyn