Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Walgreen's Trip #2 this week (week of 4/17/11)

I don't usually get to go out of town to the big "city" of Yankton all that much, but I had something work related there last night, so I stopped by Walgreen's again.  Here's the deals I got this time:

Colgate Total Advanced,  2/$6 = $4 RR
Buy 2 Colgate toothpastes 2/$6
Use 2 $1/1 coupons found in the 4/3 SS
Pay $4
Get back a $4 RR
Final cost 2 toothpastes for FREE!

Goody Ouchless hair accessories $3 = $3 RR
Final cost FREE!

M&M’s 9.9-12.6 oz 2/$4
Use a $1/2 Mars Easter coupon
Plus, use the $1/2 Walgreens coupon found in the April Coupon Booklet
Final cost Only $1.00 per bag!

Scott Naturals paper towels 6 rolls $5
Use the $1.50/1 coupon found here
(Or use the $1/1 coupon found in the 4/17 SS)
Plus, use the $1/1 Walgreens coupon found in the April Coupon Booklet
Final cost $2.50 for 6 rolls – just $0.42 per roll!
(I used a $2.50 off catalina I received that printed from the register there on Sunday instead of the $1 or $1.50 coupons, so that made these .25 per roll.  These are pretty scratchy paper towels, IMO, but they work great for soaking up cooking grease.)

Scotch magic tape Buy 1 at $1.99 get 2 Free with in ad coupon
Use 2 $1/1 Scotch Magic Tape coupons found
Final cost – 3 packages of Scotch Magic Tape for FREE!

Walgreens alkaline batteries C pk, 9-volt single pack Buy 1 at $3.99 get 1 Free

Walgreens alkaline batteries D 2 pk,  Buy 1 at $3.99 get 1 Free

Buy 2 packages of Duracell Coppertop batteries: AAA, AA 8 pk or Ultra Advanced AAA, AA 6 pk $5.99 each = $3 RR or Buy 1 = $1 RR
Deal Scenario:
Buy 2 Coppertop or Ultra Advanced batteries $5.99 each
Total = $11.98
Use 2 $1.50/1 coupons found in the 4/3 PG
Pay $8.98
Get back a $3 RR
Final cost $2.99 each!

My son has a birthday coming up, and y'know we're going to need all those batteries for those crazy toys!

My receipts showed that I saved $26.23 in coupons, and $27.43 in advertised savings.  I spent a total of $20.04.  I purchased the Goody headband, Duracell batteries, and toothpastes first, receiving a total of $10 in Registered Rewards, and then used those on the rest of my items in my next transaction.


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