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FREE and Cheap at Walgreens Starting Sunday 6/16/13

by kouponkaren on June 16, 2013 · 4 comments

Walgreens Deals
Here is a sneak peak at what you can get for FREE and cheap at Walgreens starting Sunday (4/21):

Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste (4 - 4.2 oz), $3 ea.
Get $2.50 RR
$1/1 Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste printable
$0.75/1 Colgate Total Toothpaste printable
$0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste, exp. 6/29/13 (SS 06/16/13)
Better than FREE after coupon & RR!

Fiber Smart Clear Fiber (8.6 oz), $9.99 ea.
Get $9.99 RR
$3/1 Fiber Smart Clear Fiber Product printable
$2/1 Fiber Smart Product, exp. 6/30/13 (SS 03/10/13 R)
$2/1 FiberSmart Product, exp. 7/31/13 (SS 04/21/13 R)
Better than FREE after coupon & RR!

Kios DS Upset Stomach Relief (14 ct), $7 ea.
Get $7 RR
FREE after RR!

H+ Care Hemorrhoid Cream (1 oz), $7 ea.
Get $7 RR
FREE after RR!

Renuzit Adjustables Air Fresheners, $0.89 ea/
with in ad coupon
B2G1 Renuzit Adjustables Air Freshener, exp. 6/30/13 (RP 06/16/13)
$0.59 ea. wyb 3 after coupons!

Finish Dishwashing Detergent, $3.99 ea.
--Gelpacks or Tabs (20 pk)
$2.15/1 Finish Powerball, Gelpacs or Quantum, exp. 7/14/13 (SS 06/16/13)
$1.84 ea. after coupon!

Nice! Sparkling Water (16.9 oz), $0.49
Limit 6

Karen from Koupon Karen is the Deal Seeking Mom Store Expert for Walgreens. At Koupon Karen, she teaches her readers how to save more so they can live better.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Terri June 16, 2013 at 7:40 pm

Are people still so gullible that they're thinking that ANYTHING at Walgreens is "free"? Actually, NOTHING is. I've done the math and been an extreme couponer for 13 years. Because of all the coupon and register reward restrictions Wags imposes, the best anyone can hope for is half price. You do your readers a disservice when you indicate that any of their items are free. Just sayin'.


2 Scott June 17, 2013 at 8:42 am

It can be a challenge, but I've always been able to use the RRs on more "freebies" or things I actually need that have been on sale. They do impose a lot of restrictions, and it's certainly time consuming to find good ways to use them sometimes, but I've always been successful. Therefore, I'm all about the "freebies". I just don't get tons of them. Limiting yourself and putting in additional effort on the spending side are the keys to success with RR items. :)


3 OneFamily June 17, 2013 at 11:32 am

I don't shop much at Walgreen's anymore, just because their RR program is too time consuming. But the way I look at the "free" item that I'm getting a RR coupon valued to make the item free, is that if there is something else I need/always buy anyway and I can put it towards that item I'm reducing my cost. It's basically just a matter of how you do the math in your head.


4 Trisha June 18, 2013 at 12:17 pm

My mom only liked these certain vitamins that we could only find at Walgreens (not Walmart or Target, but I did recently find them on Amazon). If she was going to buy the vitamins anyway, I'd let her know about a free item (like the Fiber thing this week for $9.99), then she could turn around and use the RR on her vitamins and it was like she got a bonus with the vitamins. It all depends on how you look at it. I don't believe anything is free (there is always tax), but if you work it right, you can get some great deals.


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