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Walgreens: Cottonelle Bath Tissue *Update*

by Tara Kuczykowski on October 7, 2011 · 15 comments

 

Cottonelle Walgreens Deal Update

Update: This deal is ONLY working on the PURPLE ULTRA PACKS.

If you are going out to do the Cottonelle Deal at Walgreens today, reportedly there might be a glitch and only the Cottonelle Ultra is printing the register rewards at this time.

Here's the deal as posted yesterday:

Cottonelle Bath Tissue will be on sale at Walgreens from 10/7 through 10/30, plus there is a $3 RR when you buy 2. Pair this with the available coupons for really inexpensive toilet paper.

Cottonelle Bath Tissue (12 rolls), $5 each
$1/1 Cottonelle Walgreens October Coupon ($2 will deduct)
$0.75/1 Cottonelle coupons (SS 9/11/11)
$3 RR wyb 2
As low as $1.75 ea. wyb 2 after coupons & RR!

OR

Cottonelle Bath Tissue (12 rolls) $5 each
$1/1 Cottonelle Walgreens October Coupon ($2 will deduct)
$0.50/1 Cottonelle coupons (SS 10/2/11)
$3 RR wyb 2
As low as $2 ea. wyb 2 after coupons & RR!

(Thanks, For The Mommas!)

{ 15 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Sandy October 7, 2011 at 9:28 pm

I just tried stacking the coupons at Walgreens and they wouldn't let me-same for the candy bar deals (store coupons in their monthly coupon with a manufacturer coupon.) Frustrating, spent too much time arguing with the cashier and then the manager. I'm taking a break from Walgreens.

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2 asmith October 8, 2011 at 8:45 am

Show them their ad shows using the newspaper coupon and the Walgreens coupon. I had stopped shopping at Walgreens for a long time after being treated poorly too many times.

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3 Dehlia October 9, 2011 at 1:45 pm

I have problems with Walgreens also. They need to trane their people better, even the managers. I had to stop shopping there a few times. At least until new people came in. The last few new managers honored their coupons and rainchecks. We have stopped using them as a pharmacy. They messed up my rx's toooo many times, I had to keep a month supply in the safe.

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4 Melissa October 8, 2011 at 10:00 am

The problem is that even though the $1 coupon in the Walgreens October Book is a store coupon, for some reason it is ringing up as a Manufacturer's Coupon, so the register thinks you are trying to stack Manufacturer's Coupons. The Assistant Manager had to first scan my Walgreen's coupon, then manually enter my Manufacturer's coupon. Basically, it's just a glitch in how the register is reading the Walgreen's coupon. Hope this helps.

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5 Melissa October 7, 2011 at 10:15 pm

I need to stock up :)

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6 JoAnna October 7, 2011 at 10:17 pm

Only the purple packs were marked at my store so that is what I purchased. I stacked the coupons for the tp and candy bars with no problem. Try a diff location and/or contact corporate.

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7 Lisa October 8, 2011 at 8:08 am

Be sure you have the same number of items as coupons even if you have to buy a "filler" item, if you have 4 coupons and only 2 items it won't go through

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8 Melissa October 8, 2011 at 10:02 am

You have to have the same number of Manufacturer's Coupons (including Register Rewards) as items you're purchasing, but you should be able to stack Store Coupons w/ Manufacturer's without having to add extra items. If your coupon value exceeds your purchase price, ask them to adjust the coupon value.

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9 Christy October 8, 2011 at 12:45 pm

At my store, the coupons in the monthly book count as manufacturer's coupons even though they are in fact store coupons, so I have to include them in the coupon count. So if I buy two Cottonelle and use the two 0.75 manufacturer's coupons, I'll have to have a small filler item to be able to use the $1 coupon in the October booklet.

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10 Debbie October 8, 2011 at 3:55 pm

I just did this today in Texas and I did NOT get the 3RR. Since it wasn't advertised anywhere, I felt like asking wasn't going to help since I didn't have anything to back me up. Will have to make another trip to return them, which is a bit annoying.

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11 Megan October 8, 2011 at 7:05 pm

I went to Walgreens and saw the cottonelle toilet paper and it was soooo small! even if I pay $6.50 for 2 of the 12 rolls its still not a good deal! I rather pay $11.50 for 24 rolls of Quilted Northern toilet paper at Walmart because their toilet paper is way larger- it has 645 square feet total for the 24 rolls; the cottonelle from Walgreens is only 157 square feet for 12 rolls or 314 for 24 rolls. I hate Walgreens! Their products are all OVERPRICED!

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12 Beth October 9, 2011 at 12:13 pm

Actually, assuming you are using two of the $0.75/1 coupons, the deals work out to be almost the same and actually slightly better at Walgreens. $5.50 for two packs at Walgreens works out to 1.75 cents/square foot. $11.50 for 24 rolls at Walmart works out to 1.78 cents/square foot. Is the 11.50 price at Walmart regular price or is it a sale price? If that's regular price, then it's nice to know you can stock up there anytime.

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13 Megan October 10, 2011 at 8:19 am

$11.50 is the Regaular price at Walmart for the 24 rolls ( you get 645 Square Feet). Walgreens cost $6.50 for both or for 24 packs. Walmart: $11.50/645 Square Feet= .017 per square feet; Walgreens $6.50/314 square feet= .020 per square feet. Walmart is cheaper without sale.If I used my (2) 0.75 cents coupons at Walmart , I could of saved a lot more there. Dangit i wasted my coupons!

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14 linda October 9, 2011 at 3:26 pm

The purple packs were not $5, the specially marked 12 single rolls are $5 each. I went today and did not receive RR. Not happy.

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15 Christine October 18, 2011 at 2:25 pm

many deal sites including this one marked this as a hot deal, but I'm glad that I can confirm from one of the above commenters that this deal actually does not equal a steal according to the toilet paper principle I read here not too long ago... so I am just happy with my 2 packs and will wait to stock up on other tp deals. used 2 printable .50 coupons + walgreens $1 Q applied twice for total $2/pack after RR + tax of course. thanks

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