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Walgreens: Fiber Plus Dark Chocolate Almond Bars for $0.50 per box

You can get Fiber Plus Dark Chocolate Almond bars for $0.50 per box at Walgreens this week. Here’s how:

Buy two Fiber Plus Dark Chocolate Almond Bars at $2.50 each
Use two $1/1 Fiber Plus coupons
Spend $3 plus tax out of pocket, Get $2 Register Rewards back
$0.50 after coupons and Register Rewards

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  • N says:

    Thank you for the tip, however the link for the $1/1 fiber plus coupon link is not correct, I tried to google it and nothing came up.
    Any other suggestions?

    • Brittany says:

      @N, When you click on the “$1/1 Fiber Plus coupons” it takes you to the Snackpicks site and there’s a link on the top right corner that says “Coupons” where you can find the coupons. You have to be a member and sign in to get these coupons; however it’s quite simple to do so.

  • Alex H says:

    Does this work only on the Fiber Plus Dark Chocolate Almond Bars? My store is all out of these but has the chocolate chip bars.

  • Julie H says:

    Alex H, the coupon from Snack Picks is for all of them. If you don’t the Walgreens deal, Target has a good deal. They have coupons for $.75 off one box or $1 off 2 boxes. I went yesterday and paid $2.04 for a box before coupons then $.75 off (Target coupon) and $1 off (from SnackPicks). So $.29/box plus tax.

  • Paula klibert says:

    I just found your site and am excited about the opportunity to save $$. One question, I tried to do a Walgreens deal that you indicated would net me a Register Reward. However, I didn’t get anything but a reciept when I checked out. So I went to my local Walgreens website and searched for valid register rewards for this week and it only came up with the Dr.Scholls one (which is NOT the one I tried). I guess I have to verify that the deals you post are valid for my area? Or was I supposed to ask for the RR when I checked out? (I bought a tube of Colgate total and was supposed to get $3.49 back in RR)
    Thanks, Paula

    • Crystal says:

      Yes, they should be valid nationally. If it’s advertised in your ad, you can take that up to the register and ask them to manually print a Register Rewards for you if you didn’t get it when you checked out.

  • Lauren says:

    My store sales tag shows these granola bars on sale 2 for $5 but doesn’t say anything about getting back Register Rewards, and I couldn’t find anything in the ad about Register Rewards for these. How can I know for sure I will get Register Rewards before I buy them?

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