Walgreens 2/1-2/7

Updated 2/13: THESE DEALS HAVE EXPIRED

This is a great time to try out Walgreens rebate program lots of items for free or for profit with coupons this month!

If you need help shopping at Walgreens click here

Here are the deals I am going to take advantage of at Walgreens this week.

Register Reward deals (where a coupon prints out after your purchase for money off your next purchase)

Clinical Right Guard or Dry Idea Antiperspirant/Deodorant $5.99
Look for a $2 coupon inside the Right Guard package

$5 register rewards print out after purchase
Total Cost: $1 moneymaker (but you pay $3.99 out of pocket)

Gillette Fusion Gamer, Venus Spa Breeze or Embrace Razor $8.99

$6 register reward prints out after purchase

Total Cost: $2.99 (but you pay $8.99 out of pocket)

Rebate deals (apply for rebate online by entering receipt info. Get $ back at the end of the month) THESE DEALS ARE GOOD ALL MONTH LONG!


Revlon Age Defying Spa Concealer or Foundation $9.99
$9.99 rebate (purchase product and request rebate online at the end of the month)
Plus use $2 coupon from the 1/11 newspaper insert
Total Cost after rebate: They pay you $2 to buy this product

Revlon Creme Lip Gloss $9.99
$9.99 rebate (purchase product and request rebate online at the end of the month)
$2/1 coupon from the 1/11 newspaper insert
Total Cost after rebate: They pay you $2 to buy this product

Garnier Fructis Wonder Waves Hair Care $3.99
$3.99 rebate (purchase product and request rebate online at the end of the month)
Plus use $1 coupon from the 1/4 newspaper insert
Total Cost after rebate: They pay you $2 to buy this product

Zucol ColdCare $7.99
$7.99 rebate (purchase product and request rebate online at the end of the month)
Plus use $2 coupon from here or the 2/1 (this weeks) newspaper insert
Total Cost after rebate: They pay you $2 to buy this product

ThermaCare Heat Wrap $2.49
$2.49 rebate (purchase product and request rebate online at the end of the month)
Plus use $1 coupon from the 1/4 newspaper insert
Total Cost after rebate: They pay you to $1 to buy this product

Walgreen’s Multi-Purpose Solution $1.99
$1.99 rebate (purchase product and request rebate online at the end of the month)

Total Cost after rebate: FREE!

Theraflu 2 for $10
$6 rebate (purchase product and request rebate online at the end of the month)
Use two $2/1 coupons from here

Total Cost after rebate: FREE

Coupon deals

Dove Bar Soap
Use $1 Face Care coupon from the 11/2 Sunday newspapers insert

Walgreens coupon (found in Sunday paper insert or at front of store)  .99 cents

Total Cost: FREE

Splenda $2.99
Use $3 coupon from here
Total cost: FREE

NOTE: I am not a fan of splenda but I donate mine to local shelters 🙂

Breeze 2 or Contour Blood Glucose Meter $14.99
$14.99 mail-in rebate in box OR
$30 coupon from the 10/26 newspaper ad
Total Cost: FREE (If you use the $30 coupon, you won’t get the $30 rebate)

NOTE: This is an item I don’t use but I donate to my local senior citizens home 🙂

Green Reusable Bags
With Walgreens coupon (found in Sunday Walgreens insert or at front of store) 3/$1

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Tell me what great deals I missed in the comment section

FOR WALGREENS DO NOT REQUEST YOUR REBATE CHECK UNTIL THE END OF THE MONTH YOU CAN ONLY REQUEST ONE CHECK PER MONTH AND YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS OUT ON ANY GREAT DEALS!

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2 Responses

  1. I have a quick question about the register rewards….if they print out after you purchase the item, how do you use it towards that item like the razors you mentioned above? I know you can use them for the next purchase, but is there a way to use it for the first one? Thanks!! ~Kelsey

  2. Hey Kelsey-
    You have to use them for your next purchase. Some people get back in line and then re-use them to purchase a different item. So your out ofpocket on the razors would still be $8.99 but you would have $6 “like cash” for your next purchase. Make sense?
    I would get some register reward deals this week and wait on some of the rebate deals. The rebate deals are good all month so you could use your register reward to cover some of the out of pocket for the rebate deals…does that make sense?

    Have fun!
    Amie

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