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Walgreens Deals Week of 3/14/10

by Tara Kuczykowski on March 13, 2010 · 18 comments

Here's the best of what I see at Walgreens this week. What's on your list?

Thanks to Mercedes at Common Sense With Money for her help with many of these deals!

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

Select Colgate Toothpastes, $3.99
--Total Advanced
Get $3.99 RRs

$1/1 Colgate Total Enamel Strength Toothpaste printable
$1/1 Colgate Sensitive Toothpaste printable
$1/1 Select Colgate Total Products, exp. 3-27-10 (SS 03/07/10)
Better than FREE after coupon and RRs!

Select Banana Boat and Hawaiian Tropic Products, $6.99
Get $8 RRs wyb $20
Get $5 RRs wyb $15

$1/1 Hawaiian Tropic Sun Care Product printable

Suggested Scenario

Buy (3) Hawaiian Tropic Products, $6.99
Use (3) $1/1 printable coupons
$3.32 ea. after coupons and RRs!

Aveeno Ageless Vitality Skin Care, $44.99
Get $10 RRs

$5/1 Aveeno Ageless Vitality Elasticity Recharging System printable
$10 MIR Aveeno Ageless Vitality Elasticity Recharging System printable
$19.99 after coupon, RRs and MIR!

Select Dental Care Products, 2/$7
--Scope White or Outlast Mouthwash
--Crest Toothpaste
Get $2 RRs wyb 2

$1/1 Scope Mouthwash, exp. 3-31-10 (P&G 02/07/10)
$1/1 Crest Premium Toothpaste, exp. 3-31-10 (P&G 02/21/10)
$1.50 ea. wyb 2 after coupons and RRs!

Get $3 RRs wyb $10 in Participating Products
--Neosporin Cream, Ointment or Spray, $4
--Band-Aid Bandages, $3
--Benadryl Cream or Ready Mist, $4

$3/2 Neosporin Product and Bandaid Product, exp. 3-31-10 (SS 02/21/10)
$1/1 Band-Aid Brand Product, exp. 3-31-10 (RP #2 1/3/10)

Suggested Scenario

Buy (2) Band-Aid Products, $6
Buy (1) Neosporin Product, $4

Use $3/2 Neosporin coupon
Use $1/1 Band-Aid coupon
Pay $6 OOP and get $3 RRs!

Select Cold and Allergy Products
--Sudafed, Benadryl and Tylenol Cold, $4.99
--Zyrtec Children, $9.99
--Zyrtec (12-14 ct.), $12.99
Get a $5 RR wyb 2

$2/1 Tylenol Cold Product printable
$2/1 Sudafed Triple Action or PE Triple Action printable
$3/2 Tylenol Cold, Sinus, Sudafed PE or OM, exp. 4-3 (RP #2 1/3/10)
As low as $0.50 ea. wyb 2 after coupon and RRs!

Special K Shakes, 2/$9
Get $3 RRs wyb 2

$1/1 Special K Protein Shakes printable
$2 ea. wyb 2 after coupons and RRs!

:: Monthly Register Rewards Deals

Check out the Walgreens monthly Register Rewards deals for more great offers!

:: Other Deals

Selected Kelloggs Cereal, $1.99
$1.50/2 Kelloggs Mini Wheats, All Bran or Raisin Bran printable or printable
$1.24 ea. wyb 2 after coupon!

Soft Scrub Products, $2.99
B1G1 Soft Scrub Cleanser Product printable
$1.50/1 Soft Scrub Total Product printable
$1.50/1 Select Soft Scrub Total Products, exp. 4-11-10 (RP 03/07/10)
As low as $0.75 ea. wyb 2 after coupons!

Eclipse Gum, $0.99 (w/ in-ad coupon)
$1/2 Wrigley's Eclipse or Orbit Gum, exp. 3-27-10 (Walgreens, Mar.)
$0.49 ea. wyb 2 after coupon!

Old Spice Deodorant, $2.29 (w/ in-ad coupon)
$1/1 Old Spice Deodorant or Body Wash, exp. 3-31-10 (P&G 02/07/10)
$1.29 ea. after coupons!

Dentek Floss or Picks, $1.99
$1/1 Dentek Complete Floss, exp. 4-14-10 (ALL YOU May '09)
$0.99 ea. after coupon!

Stayfree Products, $3.99 (w/ in-ad coupon)
$1/1 Stayfree Product printable (IE) or printable (FF)
B1G1 Stayfree Product, exp. 3-31-10 (RP #2 1/3/10)
$1.50 ea. wyb 2 after coupons!

Visine Drops, $3.99 (w/ in-ad coupon)
$3/1 Visine Product, exp. 6-30-10 (ALL YOU May '09)
$0.99 ea. after coupons!

Chapstick Lip Balm, $0.99 (w/ in-ad coupon)
$1/3 Chapstick Original, Cherry or Moisturizer, exp. 4-30 (RP 1/31/10)
$0.66 ea. wyb 3 after coupons!

B1G1 Ester-C (90 ct.), psa $10.49
$2/1 Ester-C Vitamin C Product printable
$5/1 Ester-C Tablets, exp. 4-7-10 (SS 02/21/10)
$4/1 Ester-C Caplets or Tablets, exp. 3-17-10 (RP 01/24/10)
As low as $0.25 ea. wyb 2 after coupons!

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!

Let’s share our best Walgreens Deals and Scenarios! Just link up your blog post via the Mr. Linky below.

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!

{ 18 comments… read them below or add one }

1 caroline March 13, 2010 at 4:33 pm

I think the neosporin/bandaid deal is backwards. If the neosporin coupon is $3/2 then you need 2 neosporin and 1 bandaid, so $7-RR


2 Tara Kuczykowski March 13, 2010 at 4:49 pm

The Neosporin coupon is $3 off wyb one Neosporin product and one Band-Aid product, so it should work correctly.


3 Laura March 13, 2010 at 7:30 pm

FYI: The Zyrtec printable coupon link says "Sorry, you've already printed this (in whatever wording)," although I have not done so (have never printed anything for Zyrtec previously). Tried it from another computer as well, and it says the same thing, so I'm thinking you may have copied the link from your completed print, and it is passing the variables from a completed print in the URL string; therefore it cannot be printed from that URL any longer.


4 Tara Kuczykowski March 13, 2010 at 7:33 pm

Thanks, Laura. That usually means that it's reached its print limit and they just haven't taken it down yet.


5 Beka March 13, 2010 at 8:16 pm

You can also use the coupons from the childrens activity book on the neosporin and band aids. I think you could buy 2 band aids and 2 neosporin, use two $3/2 coupons (wyb band aid and neosporin), use the activity book to deduct $8 ($2 for each neosporin and $2 for each bandaid)....SO, you would pay NOTHING out of pocket and get $3 RR. Is this correct?


6 Jackson March 13, 2010 at 8:47 pm

Beka, You are correct. It is a money maker if you also use the neosporin and the bandaid Q's from the childrens activity book. Just as an added note regarding the Q's in the activity books, You don't have to remove them from the book. You only need to purchase one book and they can scan it from inside the book. Some of the cashiers will try to get you to remove them and then they will keep them. I have spoken to 3 Managers and to corporate. They (corporate and the Managers) stated that you can keep the Walgreens Q's and the Childrens Activity Book Q's they only need to keep the Manufacturers Q's. This way you can you them again and again as you need them. Hope this helps someone.


7 Elena March 14, 2010 at 12:10 am

@jackson, ugh I purchased the Huggies diapers back in Feb and she took my huggies qpn. I asked her if she really needed to take it out and she said yes. Thanks for the info. I'm also going to try the wags activity book qpns with the band-aid deal.


8 Daisy March 14, 2010 at 5:24 am

Hi Tara,
I forgot to list my blog I hope that's ok. I can relink if you like. I'm thinking Walgreens wants to get our Vitamnis on this week because there allot FREE. Wishing you a blessed Sunday & week!


9 Brigitte March 14, 2010 at 1:12 pm

I tried to do the John Frieda deal yesterday at Wags and they told me the coupon from the Walgreens March coupon booklet and my manufacturer coupons were the same. How is it considered a manufacturer coupon if it is only good at Walgreens? I thought I could stack their coupon with mine to get the shampoo for .99. Should I call corporate or just try another store?


10 valerie March 14, 2010 at 2:17 pm

bridgette, they were wrong, you should be able to match a man coupon with a walgreens coupon (per store policy). I went to print the soft scrub coupons, and didn't have the B1G1 coupon there. Also.... I've asked 3 diff wags stores in my area and got the same thing..they are usually at the parmacy area (if it's the one they tell me when i ask for it) and they are always out, or have no idea wat i am talking about....ANY ideas???


11 Maxine March 14, 2010 at 4:08 pm

Just an FYI. If you are using RR to make a purchase and have a manufacturer coupon for the item you will need to purchase something else. Here is my Example

I purchased two Dr. Scholls Insoles on 3/13,
$10.99 ea / $10 RR wyb $20
-$3 off Dr. Scholls in-ad coupon from last week(this deducted $6)
-$2/1 Dr. Scholls Massaging Gel (x2)
-$5 RR Coupon
-$5 RR Coupon
-$2 RR Coupon
It would not take, so I had to purchase 4 $0.33 Candy Bars.

I paid $2.28. I am not complaining at all, just wanted to let everyone know that RR count as Man Coupons and you have to have one item for each MAN Coupon.


12 pailne March 14, 2010 at 10:18 pm

I tried the deal today with the activity book coupon for Bandaid. The problem was that the coupon is for character Bandaids which appear not to be included in the $3.00 sale. The ad makes it appear such but our store, which is great about putting up sale signs, did not have one for this product. The associate tried to price correct but the computer would not give a rr because it was price modified and still not the proper product. My associate had the patience of a saint and spent 20 minutes trying to get the deal to work but ran into issues no matter how he tried. He tried ways that even got me confused and I have been doing this for a while. lol


13 Beka March 14, 2010 at 10:22 pm

I was unable to use the children's activity book coupon on the kid's bandaids--they are not part of the sale. So, I bought 2 regular bandaid boxes and 2 neosporin and used the coupons I listed above and paid $4 and got 3RR. Still not bad, I guess.


14 Trisha March 15, 2010 at 4:05 pm

I saw that the Excedrin is Buy 1, Get 1 Free. I have my coupon for the FREE Excedrin (up to $5.99), if I use this coupon, can I get 2 free? My coupon expires 03-19-2010 (this Friday)


15 DANNI March 15, 2010 at 10:49 pm

Just a fyi---if you have a excedrin coupon (the one they mailed out for a free bottle up to 5.99) then this week at walgreens its b1g1 free u can score 2 free bottles! I did tonight !


16 DANNI March 15, 2010 at 10:50 pm



17 Erin March 16, 2010 at 12:08 am

Great to know on the excedrine Q...I've been saving mine but didn't want to try it and not have it work :)


18 Becki S March 16, 2010 at 8:21 am

I tried using the Colgate coupon and the cashier told me that if I used the coupon the RR wouldn't print. The manager said that sometimes the manufacturer won't let them print RR if a coupon is used....

This is the first time I heard of this. Anyone else here manage to use the coupon and get the RR?


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