Walgreens $5/20 coupon

Here’s a coupon so that you can save $5 off a $20 purchase at Walgreens:


In the fine print, it says that the purchase price must be $20 after all coupons and other discounts. So, you have to spend at least $15 out of pocket. But….there are some great deals this week. And…it’s “double dipping days” because the October Easysaver catalog comes out.

There’s a thread about “double dipping” here on Hot Coupon World:

Happy shopping!

Deals for the week of 9/21-9/27

CVS: (full ad scans can be found courtesy of HCW here: http://docs.google.com/View?docid=df79nhqb_37gjrzgwgg

ECB deals:

*L’Oreal Advanced RevitaLift Anti-wrinkle serum – $11.99, get $11.99 ECB (there were $3/1 coupons in the inserts recently) – this is a 2 day only deal
*Pepsi products – 4/$12, get $3 ECB
*Spend $15 on M&Ms, Mars, Hershey’s, Spangler, Ferrara Pan or Brach’s Products, get $7 ECB *Buy $25 of these products, get $10 ECBs: Kleenex ($1), Huggies diapers/Pull Ups ($15), Cottonelle or Viva ($6.49), Kotex ($6), Depend or Poise ($13)
*Pond’s towelettes – 2/$10, get $3 ECB
*Pond’s cleansers – 2/$13, get $3 ECB
*L’Oreal Bare Naturale foundation/powder/blush – $12.99, get $3 ECB
*L’Oreal Bare Naturale lip and eye products – $7.99, get $3 ECB
*Buy $15 of Neutrogena skin and sun care, get $5 ECB
*Adidas deodorant – $4.99, get $4 ECB
*Speed Stick 24/7 – $3.99, get $2 ECB
*Nivea for men body wash – $4.99, get $4.99 ECB (free after ECBs)
*Crest Pro Health – $2.99, get $2 ECB
*Gatorade or Propel – 5/$5, get $3 ECB
*Buy $15 of Garnier products, get $5 ECB

BOGO deals:

*Physicians Formula cosmetics – 2 days only
*L’Oreal HIP cosmetics
*CVS brand batteries
*Alpo canned dog food
*Veet bladeless razor kit
*Quattro razor

*Full ad scans are at Kroger.com They are still doing the “Buy 15 items, get an instant $3 off” promotion, which makes for cheap Campbell’s soups (chicken noodle and tomato) and Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers (there are several other items, as well). There is also a $5 instant rebate when you buy 10 Healthy Choice frozen meals (making them $1 each….there are also coupons for these at Shortcuts.com and printable coupons). Sara Lee bread is BOGO, too.

There was a coupon for $3/3 Johnson’s products in last week’s paper. The Johnson’s buddy bars are .94. Buy 3, use the $3/3 coupon, and get them for free (plus you’ll get a catalina for another $3/3). My kids love these!

Catalina deals: There are lots and lots! (and there are manufacturer’s coupons to go with most of these)

*Buy Powerade Zero 32 oz singles between 9/5 & 9/28/08
Buy (4) get $2
Buy (5) get $3
Buy 6 or more & get $4 coupon off your next order
All items must be purchased in one shopping order. Limited to product in stock. No cash back. Offer expires 9/28/08.

*Buy Glade scented oil warner or scented gel warmer, get $2 catalina
Promo runs from 9/7 thru 10/5
BOGO coupon here: http://glade.com/coupon/2008-09-pig/(There have also been several coupons for these in recent inserts)

*Receive a Coupon to save up to $3.50 when you buy General Mills:
Fruit Shapes
Fruit by the footFoot
Fruit Roll-Ups orFruit Roll-Ups Fruit Stickerz

Purchase dates between 9/12 & 10/05
Buy (3) & get $1.50
Buy (4) & get $2.50
Buy (5) & get $3.50

*Buy Nature Valley Granola Bars
Between 9/12 & 10/5
Buy (3) & get $1.50…..Buy (4) & get $2.50….Buy (5) or more & get $3.50…Coupon off your next order

*Buy any Fleischmann’s yeast strip, get $0.50 OYNO.
Buy any Fleischmann’s yeast jar, get $1 OYNO

*Green Giant boxed veggies:
between 9-12 & 10/5
buy 3 get $1 OYNO
buy 4 get $2 OYNO
buy 5 or more and get $3 OYNO

*Buy General Mills Pop Secret Popcorn between 9/12 and 10/5
Buy 2 and get $1…Buy 3 and get $2…Buy 4+ and get $3……coupon off your next order

WALGREENS: (full ad scans courtesy of HCW here: http://docs.google.com/View?docid=ddfn6hph_0cmsf53hp

RR deals:
*Buy 3 12 pk Pepsi Products, get $2 RR
*Buy 2 packs Nabisco Cookies (2/$5) and one gallon milk ($3.39), get $3 RR
*Spend $25 on participating L’Oreal products, get $10 RR
*Buy 2 Reach products (2/$5), get a $5 RR
*Buy Theraflu or Triaminic ($4.99), get a $2 RR ($2 printable coupon here: https://secure.novartisotc.com/forms/triaminic/us_en/coupon.jsp)
*Buy Robitussin or Dimetapp (2/$10) – buy 2, get $5, buy 3, get $10 Printable coupons here: https://j.ovm1.net/wch1/universalreg/Registration.aspx?reg=tru
*Buy Claritin ($14.99) – buy 1, get $2, buy 2 or more get $5
*Alka Seltzer Plus Cold ($4.99) – buy 2, get $3
*Afrin – $4.99 – buy 2, get $2, buy 3 or more, get $5
*Crest Pro health mouth wash – $4.49, get a $4.49 RR (this lasts until 9/27) – there is a .75/1 coupon in the September P&G insert

Rebate deals:
*Halloween M&Ms – 4/$10 (4/$5 after $5 rebate in EasySaver catalog)

FREE after rebate items: (once per item)
*Excedrin Express gels (20 pk) – $3.99, get $3.99 – $2 printable on Excedrin.com
*Nivea for Men body wash – $4.99, get $4.99
*L’Oreal Advanced Revitalift Anti-Wrinkle Concentrate – $16.49, get $16.49
*Crest Pro-Health toothpaste (4.2 oz) – $3.79, get $3.79
*Chemistry Shampoo, conditioner, or treatment – $7.99, get $7.99
*LypSyl Honey berry with 15 SPF or original – $1.99, get $1.99
*Revlon nail color or nail care – $4.79, get $4.79
*Walgreens acid controller complete 25 chewable tablets – $7.99, get $7.99
*Walgreens pitcher filter replacement cartridge – $6.99, get $6.99 (they work in PUR and Brita pitchers reportedly)

BOGO deals:
*Finest Natural vitamins
*Color or black ink cartridge refill
*L’Oreal HIP cosmetics
*No Nonsense pantyhose

Other deals:
*Campbell’s Select Harvest soup – 4/$5 (with in ad coupon) – there were .50/2 coupons in the 8/17 SS insert

Walgreens scenarios for the week (9/7-9/13)

I’ve loved CVS for a lot longer than Walgreens, but lately Walgreens has much better deals. If you’re new to shopping at Walgreens, here are some scenarios to get you started:


Robitussin & Dimetapp are $3.99 this week (make sure that you get the bottles that are marked at this price because they are the only ones that work for this deal). There are $3 printable coupons for the Robitussin and $2 printable coupons for the Dimetapp (links below).

Dimetapp link:

Robitussin link:

You can stop here, or, if you want to keep on saving, here’s some ways to spread the $:

Stock up on cleaning supplies next:

2 Scrubbing Bubbles Fresh Brush Max – $3.79 (there were $3 off coupons in Sunday’s paper, and I will use 2)
2 Scrubbing Bubbles scrubbers – $3.79 ( – 2 $2.75/1 coupons – printable on scrubbingbubbles.com)
1 Scrubbing Bubbles shower foam – $3.79 (-$1 coupon on Scrubbing Bubbles.com and there was also on in Sunday’s paper)
1 Shout stain remover – $2.79 (-.75/1 coupon)
1 Windex – $2.79 (-.75/1)

2 Oust Sanitizers – they are on sale for $2.99 this week and there is a $1/1 Walgreens coupon in the Easysaver catalog and a BOGO free coupon that was in the paper recently as well as a $1/1 coupon that was in the paper recently. They let me use all 3, which made them free.

Glade Fabric Refresher is $2.99. There is a $1/1 Walgreens coupon in the Easysaver catalog and there were $1.50/1 coupons in the paper recently (or printable ones on their website). This makes it .49!

Hunt’s tomato sauce is 3/$1 with the in ad coupon and I need a “filler” so I can use my RR (remember that RR are considered a manufacturer’s coupon at Walgreens, so if you are using manufacturer’s coupons for everything else you’re buying, you need to buy something extra to cover using the RR)

Use $10 RR from cough medicine. I will pay $2.02 and get another $10 RR
(if you don’t have all of the coupons I mentioned, you could buy 2 and get $2 or 4 and get $5…print 2 of the $2.75/1 Action Scrubbers and you pay $2.08 and get $2 back)
There is a manufacturer’s mail in rebate for the Action Scrubbers. You will be reimbursed for the full purchase amount $3.79.

I plan to do this next:
Buy 1 Crest Pro Health mouth rinse 4.49 (-.75/1 coupon)
Buy 1 Excedrin Express Gels 3.99 (-$2 printable)
Buy 1 Nivea Men Body Wash 4.99 (-$2 printable)
Buy 1 LypSyl 1.99

Use $10 RR from Scrubbing Bubbles..spend .71, get $4.49 from Crest and do Walgreens rebates for Excedrin, Body Wash, and LypSyl ($10.97)

Buy 1 Revlon Nail Color 4.79 (use $2 from All You or recent inserts)
Buy 1 Crest Pro Health toothpaste (use .75/1 from P&G insert)

use $4.49 RR from Crest. Spend $1.34, get $8.58 in Walgreens rebates

With my $2 from the free Glade Plug ins last week, I’ll have $21.55 coming to me in Walgreens rebates for spending $4.07. I will also get an addition $3.79 for the action scrubber. Total profit = $21.27

You CAN get paid to shop! 🙂 Happy shopping!

Hot deals of the week (9/7-9/13)

Here are the “deals” for the week:


2 day sale (Sunday/Monday only):

*All Revlon Nail Enamel – $3.99, get $3 ECB – limit 3 (there were $2 and $1 coupons for ANY Revlon color product in recent inserts)

*Aussie or Herbal Essences shampoo or conditioner$2.49, get $1 ECB – limit 2

Weekly ECB deals:

*Renuzit Tri Scents – $7.99, get $3 ECB (there is a $4 coupon in today’s paper)

*Irish Spring or Softsoap refills – $5.99, get $2 ECB

*L’Oreal Age Perfect Skin, Revitalift, or Skin Genesis – $5.99, get $5.99 – FREE after ECBS! (there are $3/1 and $1/1 coupons for these)

*Buy $15 of Nivea Body/Lip Care or Eucerin Body, get $5 ECB

*Right Guard Clinical – spend $6.99, get $5 ECB – limit 3 (there was a $1/1 coupon in the paper recently)

*Right Guard Sport, Xtreme, Soft & Dri or Dry Idea – $2.99, get $2 ECB – limit 5 (there are lots of coupons for this!)

*Act Anticavity dental rinse$4.49, get $2 ECB

*Claritin – $18.99, get $2 ECB (there were $3 coupons for this in the paper recently)

*Bayer Contour glucose monitor – $14.99, get $5 ECB (there is a mail in rebate where you would get your other $9.99 back or a $30 coupon from recent papers and All You magazine which makes it a moneymaker)

BOGO deals:

*CVS vitamins, herbals, and minerals
*Colgate toothpaste
*L’Oreal lip color
*Sally Hansen nail treatments
*Nestle fun size bags of candy
*LifeSavers/Creme Savers/Gummi Savers
*Post Cereals
*Dreyer ice cream
*Progresso soups
*Arizona tea
*CVS batteries
*Lady Speedstick deodorant

Hidden monthly deal – buy Purex, get a $1 ECB

Baby sale – through 9/14 – Most items $10 (regularly $12.50-20) or $20 ($22-$39.50) – if you have a 20% off coupon, it makes things pretty cheap!


Gift card offers:
*Buy 2 boxes Luvs diapers ($15/each) and get a $5 gift card
*Buy 2 of the following, get a $5 gift card: Avent BPA free bottles ($17.49/each), Similac powder ($22.49/each), Huggies big pack diapers ($21/each)
*Kashi 4/$11, get a $5 gift card (this includes cereals, bars, crackers, cookies, and frozen meals)

This week is their “big baby sale” so pretty much everything baby-related is on sale.


Register Reward deals:
*Cleaning products (see products listed below) – buy 2, get $2, buy $5, get $4, buy 7, get $10
Priced at $2.49 – Scrubbing Bubbles spray or wipes, Shout spray or wipes, Windex spray or wipes, Fantastik spray
Priced at $3.79 – Pledge spray or wipes, Scrubbing Bubbles shower foam/toilet gel/action scrubber, Drano

*Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner kit – $19.99, get $10 RR

*Pond’s Towelettes – 2/$9, get $3 RR

*Listerine products – 2/$11, get $6 RR

*Crest and Oral B dental car – 3/$8, get $3 RR

*Buy 2, get $2, buy 3 or more, get $4 RR:
Tylenol Allergy/Cold/Sinus relief – $4.99/each
Sudafed/Benadryl – $3.99/each

*Buy 2 or more participating products, get $5 RR:
Delsym cough syrup – $7.99

*Buy 2, get $5, buy 3, get $10:
Advil pain relief – $6.99
There is a $1 printable for Advil here:

Robitussin cough syrup – $3.99
There is a printable for $3 off the Robitussin here: https://j.ovm1.net/wch1/Robitussinstandalone/default.aspx?c=1373&p=ROB06019&s=01

Dimetapp cough syrup – $3.99
There is a $2 printable for the Dimetapp here:

Centrum multivitamins – $6.99
There is a $1 printable here:

*Crest Pro Health Mouth Wash – $4.49, get a $4.49 RR (there was a .75/1 coupon in the paper last week)

Other deals:
*Butter Ball chicken broth – 2/$1 (with in ad coupon)
*Hunts tomato sauce – 3/$1 (with in ad coupon)
*Progresso soups – 3/$4 (with in ad coupon)….you can use manufacturer’s coupons on top of this!
*Twizzlers – .99 (with in ad coupon)

*Buy one, get one free – ink cartridge refill (with in ad coupon)
*Glade fabric freshener – $2.99 (use $1/1 Easysaver book coupon and $1.50 manufacturer’s coupon – printable at website – pay .50)
*Oust Surface and Air – $2.99/each – buy 2, use $1 Easysaver book coupon, $1/1 manufacturer’s coupon and BOGO free coupon = FREE!

I’m giving away some coupons this week to help with your savings!

I will mail out the following coupons tomorrow to the first two people (one for each set of coupons) to post that they’re interested: (please post a way for me to contact you)

*Target ~ (These are store coupons so they can be combined with manufacturer’s coupons) – $2/1 Similac powder, $2/1 Huggies jumbo pack or larger diapers, $1/1 Luvs jumbo pack or larger diapers, $1/1 Huggies baby wipes, .50/2 Gerber baby foods, $2/1 Huggies baby toiletry, .75/1 Johnson’s baby toiletry, $1/1 Avent bottles
PLUS – 2 $1/1 Luvs manufacturer’s diapers coupons, .50/1 Huggies baby wipes (manufacturer’s coupon)

*Gymboree ~ 20% off coupon that can be used online or in store (expires 9/15)

Hot deals this week (8/31-9/6)

I haven’t been able to shop as much since I’ve gone back to work. I got “caught up” this morning while my husband watched my kids. There are LOTS of good deals this week. I’m grateful that I have Monday off, so I can take advantage of some of the deals this week!

CVS deals: Full ad scans can be found here:

ECB deals:
*7Up/Canada Dry/A&W/Sunkist – 4/$12, get $3

*Colgate MaxFresh burst, Total Advanced clean/whitening/fresh – 4 oz – $2.99, get $2 (limit 2). There are coupons in All You magazine for $1.50/1 Total Advanced or you can print them here:

*Non-drowsy Claritin or Claritin D – $8.99, get $1

*Accu-Chek diabetes monitoring kit – $9.99, get $9.99

*Spend $25 on Aveeno, get $10

*Spend $15 on select John Frieda, Jergens, Curel, Biore products, get $5

*Spend $20 on selected Gillette items listed below, get $5:
$3.99 – Gillette 2 in 1 body wash, $9.99 Gillette Fusion razor, $5.99 Gillette shampoo or conditioner

*Gillette Venus or Vibrance razor – $9.99, get $3 ECB

*Pantene Pro-V, 3/$9.99, get $2

*CoverGirl Wetslicks – $5.99, get $5.99 ($1/1 coupon in this weeks inserts or BOGO free – you can only do the deal once though)

*Spend $6 on Suave products, get $2

BOGO free deals:
*Life Fitness vitamins
*CVS supplements
*Kleenex facial tissue
*Tylenol (there are $1 off any coupons that were in the inserts recently)
*Covergirl lip products (mix with BOGO coupon from the inserts this week = FREE)

Other deals:
Dawn – .99 (use .50/1 from P&G insert)
Tide – $5.49 (use $1/1 coupon)
Pop Tarts/Rice Krispie treats – $1.69 ($1/2 from recent Kelloggs insert, $10 MIR if you buy 10 items)

My scenarios (I decided to include these if people are new to CVSing and need ideas):
Transaction #1 – Buy Claritin $8.99 and Colgate $2.99
Use $4 Claritin from last week’s inserts, $1.50 Colgate from All You and $2/10 CVS coupon
Spend $4.48, get $3

Transaction #2 – Buy Cover Girl Wet Slicks $5.99, buy 2 Cover Girl Lip color $5.99 – use Cover Girl $1/1, Cover Girl BOGO free, and $2/10 CVS
Spend $2.99, get $5.99 – I needed new lip stick, so I’m excited about this 🙂
**If you are new to CVSing and have this week’s coupons, this is a nice way to start

Transaction #3 – Buy Tide, 2 Dawn, and Colgate – use Tide $1/1, 2 Dawn .50/1, Colgate $1.50/1 and $2/10 CVS
Spend $4.96, get $2

More scenario ideas (great if you are new to CVSing and don’t want to spend a lot of $$)
Transaction #1:
Buy Cover Girl Wet Slicks $5.99, buy 2 Cover Girl Lip color $5.99 – use Cover Girl $1/1, Cover Girl BOGO free, and $2/10 CVS Spend $2.99, get $5.99

Transaction #2:
Buy Pantene Pro-V Shampoo/Cond/Styling Product- 3/$9.99, Colgate – $2.99

Use another $2/10 CVS coupon, the $1.50 printable Colgate coupon, the free Pantene styling product coupon from this week’s inserts, and your $5.99 ECB from the CoverGirl deal. Spend .16 (plus tax depending on your area), get $4 in ECBs.

Transaction #3:
Colgate – $2.99 – use $1.50 manufacturer’s coupon – OOP $1.49
Dawn- .99 Cents – .50 Cent MFR = .49 cents OOP
Use your $2 ECB (They will have to adjust it down to $1.98), and get another $2 ECB! 🙂

SO……for $3.15 (and possibly tax), you get all of that stuff and still have $4 in ECB to spend next week!

**The CoverGirl Wetslicks and BOGO scenario ONLY works if you can find the Outlast lipsticks for $5.99 (the ad says prices start at $4.99, but my stores don’t have anything under $9.99). If you can’t, you need to revamp the scenario because if you try to buy two Outlast lipsticks for $9.99 and the $5.99 Wetslicks together, it will take the “free” off the $5.99 automatically and then with your coupon, one of the $9.99 will come off, but you will still end up paying $8.99.

Target deals: I haven’t seen the ad (we get the paper on Sunday) or ad scans, but I read about this on a few different sites. Apparently it is not in all areas, so check your ads first.

Kellogg’s products are on sale 4/$9. Buy 4, get a $5 gift card. Items I have seen listed are: Rice Krispie Treats (8 ct), Pop Tarts (12 ct), Special K bars, Fudge Shoppe cookies, and Cheez Its. There are $1/2 coupons for many of these items in the recent Kelloggs insert. There are .50/1 Pop Tart coupons on Afullcup.com. There are also Vocal Point coupons for $1/1 off the Special K bars and the $10 MIR when you buy 10 products if you haven’t done that yet. The beauty of this Target deal is you can buy 8 items (or 12 if you are going for the MIR) and get 2-3 $5 gift cards.

Here’s a Pop Tarts deal: Buy 10 Pop Tarts, use 5 $1/2 manufacturer’s coupons, use 10 .50/1 Target printable coupons. Spend $12.50, get $10 Target gift cards (send in MIR, get $10)

(There are LOTS of Kelloggs coupons on ebay NOW, but there won’t be as people see this deal…and what is available will be way expensive….check NOW!)

Walgreens deals: Full ad scans can be found here: http://docs.google.com/View?docid=dccpgn8g_105gtxpvqc7

Register Reward deals

*Tide or Gain laundry detergent 2/$11, get a $1 RR
(there were $1/1 Tide coupons in August’s P&G and there are $1/1 coupons in some P&G inserts this week, too)

*Excedrin pain reliever – $1.99, get $1 RR
Print a $2 off Excedrin Migraine coupon here: http://bricks.coupons.com/Start.asp?tqnm=rextegr55087634&bt=vi&o=51835&c=EX&p=0SZ5JtO8

(there were also $1/1 coupons in the 6/8 and 7/13 SS inserts and there is a MIR for the Excedrin Back and Body)
You can only get one per transaction

*Aussie or Herbal Essences Hair Care – 3/$10, get $2 RR

*Pantene Pro V Expressions/Restoratives or Head and Shoulders shampoo or conditioner, 2/$9, get $3
(There will be a coupon in this week’s inserts for $2 off any Pantene Expressions and a coupon for $2 off Head and Shoulders conditioner when you buy Head & Shoulders shampoo)

*Gillette 2 in 1 body wash ($3.99), Gillette or Satin Care shave gel ($1.99), and Gillette disposable razors ($5.99) – buy 2, get $1, buy 3, get $3 (There will be coupons in the P&G insert this week….if your inserts has the $1 shave gel coupon, it will be a good deal!)

*Spend $10 on the following products, get $2:
Downy or Bounce – $3.99, Tide to Go stain remover 2/$5, Mr. Clean cleaner or Magic Eraser – 2/$5 (there will be coupons in the P&G inserts this week)

Easysaver Rebate deals

*Nivea Mens body wash – $4.99 FREE after $4.99 rebate (there was a $1 off coupon in the 7/22 SS insert, so it’s a “moneymaker”)

*Pantene Pro V Beautiful Lengths Shampoo or Conditioner – 2/$9, get $5

*Crest Pro Health Whitening toothpaste – $2.99, get $2.99 (.75/1 coupon in this weeks inserts)

*Revlon Nail Care – $4.49, get $4.49 ($2 off coupon from recent inserts and All You magazine)

*L’Oreal Advanced Revitalift – $16.49, get $16.49 (coupon in recent inserts)

*Lypsyl Lip Moisturizer – $1.99, get $1.99

*Acid Controller Complete – $7.99, get $7.99

*M&Ms – 4/$10, get $5

BOGO deals

*Cover Girl foundation, powder, concealer, or blush is BOGO (there are $1/1 coupons in the new P&G insert)

*Kleenex facial tissue

Other deals:
*Printer cartridge refills 50% off with in ad coupon~
Black refills – $5
Color refills – $15

My scenarios:
Buy 1 Excedrin Migraine $1.99, 2 Bounce 3.99/each, Mr. Clean Magic Eraser $2.50.
Use $2 Excedrin printable, $10 RR, spend .47, get $1 RR