Sunday, March 6, 2011

Walgreens Scenarios - week of 3/6

This week, my plans will put me in close proximity to Walgreens and I am considering stopping in. Here are my thoughts on a few deals. (update: I messed up the quantity needed for the first transaction in my scenarios. I have updated - the changes are in bold)

Transaction #1
2 - Febreeze Set & Refresh
2 - Febreeze Air Effects

-$1 Set & Refresh mfg coupon
-$1 Set & Refresh mfg coupon
-$1 Air Effects mfg coupon
-$1 Air Effects mfg coupon

Total $6 OOP, earn $3 RR.

Transaction #2
2 - Colgate Max Fresh Toothpaste
1 - Orbit Gum (use in ad coupon)

-$1 Colgate Toothpaste mfg coupon
-$1 Colgate Toothpaste mfg coupon

Total 3.69, pay with $3 RR and $.69 OOP. Earn $2 RR.

Transaction #3
1 - Always DriLiners
1 - Orbit Gum (use in ad coupon)

-$1 Always mfg coupon (from sample pack)

Total $2.68, pay with $2 RR and $.68 OOP. Earn $2 RR.

Total OOP of $7.37, with $2 RR to roll, for $14.37 in product.

For more Walgreens deals and scenarios, check out Money Saving Mom and Deal Seeking Mom. Find more $5 scenarios at the Walgreens $5 Challenge.

Some other things that I am considering:
I have read that with the $5 off Pediacare coupon and some coupons that are out there, you can get some free or near free. I need to see what the deal is before I decide.

I am intrigued by the Coca-Cola/Hershey's/Planters offer for spend $15 and get $15 in coupons. What are the coupons? Would I use them?


NeedANap2 said...

The coupons are listed in the March coupon book. I can't remember what they were at the moment but you should be able to find it when you go shopping.

BusyMom said...

Thanks! I'll have to check that out.

Tracey said...

Watch out for that Coke/Planters deal. I did it last week, thinking I would just get $15RR, but the coupons are for more Coke/Planters products. Tricky Walgreens!

Anonymous said...

the RR for set and refresh(i.e the first case) is only available if you buy $10 worth of this case i think you cant get the $3 RR

BusyMom said...

Anonymous - yes, I see that now. When scanning the ad, I had only written down the price and was confused when I posted. Thanks for the comment. I will update the post. It means $3 more OOP.