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Walgreens Deals Week of 11/3/13

by kouponkaren on November 2, 2013 · 6 comments

Walgreens Deals
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.

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.

Freebies

Register Reward Deals

Balance Rewards Points

Nice! Products

Other 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!).

The only requirement is that you link directly to your scenarios. Links directly to your homepage will be deleted. Linking back to this meme to share it with others is greatly appreciated!

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1 Rosalie November 2, 2013 at 11:19 pm

Ok I am not sure, what is up with all these: "" symbols in the matchup? Is this a new short term for something? Its confusing and making it hard to read..

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2 Rosalie November 2, 2013 at 11:22 pm

I mean: /br/ br > symbols..sorry previous post deleted them out.

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3 RachH November 2, 2013 at 11:55 pm

@Rosalie, they are HTML code for spacing for the layout of the matchups, not new symbols for couponing or anything. They're distracting--I'm not sure why they're showing up--but your best bet is just to try to ignore them. Hope this helps!

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4 Rosalie November 3, 2013 at 8:47 am

@RachH, thanks for the explanation! I thought I was losing it trying to figure those symbols out.

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5 jessica November 3, 2013 at 10:19 am

I don't understand the freebie on the toothpaste. It says to buy 2 toothpaste to get free but the 2nd coupon it mentions to use is the crest $2/3 when your only buying 2 items. Am I misunderstanding it?

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6 Elma November 7, 2013 at 9:29 am

Lindt chocolate bars are free this week with the $2/1 coupon. They are marked as $2.99 on the shelf, but ring up as $2. I got 2 for free. :)

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