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Walgreens Deals Week of 11/22/09

by Tara Kuczykowski on November 21, 2009 · 6 comments

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Thanks to Mercedes at Common Sense with Money for compiling a list of the best deals to be found this week. Find my faves below, and then check out her site for the complete list! And be sure to print out a $5/$25 coupon (valid 11/22-11/23) before you head out this week!

Scroll down to share your Walgreens Deals and Scenarios!

New to couponing? Read up on what all of these abbreviations mean first in my quick reference guide.

:: Register Rewards Deals

Enfamil Infant Formula (23 to 25-oz.), $22.99
Get $2 RRs when you buy 1

$5/1 Enfamil Premium Powder Formula printable
$5/1 Enfamil Premium Powder Formula, exp. 11-30-09 (SS 9/27/09)
$15.99 ea. after coupon and RRs!

Triaminic Cold and Allergy Relief, 2/$10
Get $5 RRs when you buy 2

$1.50/1 Triaminic Product printable (IE) or printable (FF)
$1.50/1 Triaminic Product, exp. 12-31-09 (SS 10/18/09)
$3/2 Triaminic Product, exp. 12-31-09 (SS 10/18/09)
$2/1 Triaminic Product Walgreens Coupon (Healthy Savings Coupon Booklet) **will deduct $4
Better than FREE after coupons and RRs!

Kellogg's Cereals, 2/$5
Get $1 RRs when you buy 2

$1.50/1 Frosted Mini Wheats printable
$0.75/1 Smart Start Cereal printable or printable
$1/2 Frosted Mini Wheats printable
As low as $1.25 ea. after coupons and RRs!

:: Other Deals

Starbucks Ice Cream, 2/$5
$1/1 Starbucks Ice Cream printable (regional)
$1.50 ea. after coupons!

Campbell's Tomato Soup, $0.59 w/ in-ad coupon
$0.50/2 Campbell's Tomato Soup printable
$0.34 ea. after coupons!

Head over to Common Sense with Money for more deals!

New to Walgreens? Learn how to play the game by reading my Walgreens 101 post. Then check out The $5 Walgreens Challenge for some simple and easy transactions to get started!

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To keep it neat, I suggest that you list your blog name and then describe your scenario in parentheses, ex. Deal Seeking Mom (Less than $6 OOP!).

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 aprilmullen November 21, 2009 at 11:35 pm

Don't forget $2 Enfamil Coupon from Walgreens Coupon Book!

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2 Traci November 22, 2009 at 9:42 pm

Toblerson bars are a great deal too!

On sale 1.50 ea.

- 1.00 from SS (11/22)

- 1.00 of 2 Tolberones (Walgreens coupon book at front of store).

final price 1.00 or .50 ea. fruit n nut - yummy!

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3 Tracy November 23, 2009 at 10:21 am

Sugar Pop is posting her giveaways on here not Walgreen's scenario's.

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4 AC November 23, 2009 at 12:31 pm

I also bought Tylenol cold medicine at 4.99ea - b2g$3RR. Used 2-$2 printables from Tylenols website and 2-$1 wags Qs from one of those in-store coupon booklets. So they were only .50c each.

Also Theraflu is a money maker this week. 2/$10- b2g$3RR. Use 2-$2 printables from Theraflu website and depending on which type of Theraflu you buy use 2- $3 wags Q for powder packets or $2 wags Q for syrup). You can make $1-2 profit but free+ is good either way.

I also THANKFULLY found that my store had gotten more stock of the Lubriderm monthly RR $maker. I got the only 3 they got in. Yay! So keep on the lookout for those again. The manufacturer must have gotten more to ship.

Now last night when I went I thought I was about to score tons of free L'Oreal eyeshadow. I'm letting anyone who thinks the same thing that it doesn't work. At least it didn't for me. L'Oreal makeup is currently Bogo1/2. A bunch of the Bare Naturale powder shadows are on clearance for $2.59 and still ringing up the bogo1/2. This is still a good deal if you like this but I tried to use the $3 wags Q in the holiday savings book to get them all for free. It did NOT happen this way and I had to take them off the transaction. Apparently the Q would only take a percentage of them off (the guy didn't explain why). Anyway, I tried to buy 7 (all that were left) which totaled 14.25 after the register took 50% off of 3. When he rang the coupon instead of taking $3 off per item it only deducted the price of 2 of the shadows at 2.59 (5.18) which meant had I not been paying attention I would have paid $9.06 for something I was only buying because I thought it would be free or pretty near it.
*This was just a warning to anyone else who might see it and think "Great Steal". Does anyone know why that $3 coupon only takes percentages?? I'm starting to wonder if maybe they tweaked the system to be less advantageous.

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5 kristin November 23, 2009 at 4:24 pm

It's only Monday & my store is out of the Nabisco crackers. Boo, hiss! I'm just starting shopping at Walgreen's, so I don't have the November coupon book so I skipped some items. I did get to use my $5 off $25 though!

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6 sheree November 24, 2009 at 8:33 pm

walgreens has the biore skin preservation lotion and and eye cream on clearance for $3.79, though it may not be marked. you can use the old 3$/ 1 Biore Skin Preservation coupon to get them for .79 each! pretty good since they were originally priced at 14-16$!

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