Drugstore Deals 11-8 to 11-14

November 6, 2009 at 9:52 pm 7 comments

Drugstore Deals 11-8 to 11-14

CVS

  • (Sun, Mon, Tues only) – Scott 8pk paper towels $4.96
  • EarRinse $7.99, get $7.99 EB (limit 1)
  • Spend $14, get $5 EB when you buy photo greeting cards
  • Rimmel mascara $6.99, get $4 EB (limit 1).  Use the $2 coupon from the 8-23 RP to get this for $.99
  • Buy $20, get $10 EB
    • Children’s Benadryl $5
    • Zyrtec $12
    • Claritin $10
    • Children’s Robitussin $6
    • Children’s Mucinex $8
    • Delsym $9
    • Triaminic $6
    • Children’s Sudafed, PediaCare, or Children’s Tylenol Plus $6
    • Boiron $12
    • Little Colds or Little Noses $4.50
    • Dimetapp liquid $6
    • Nature’s Way Umcka Cold Care $8
    • NeilMed Nasadrops $10
  • Spend $20 on Duracell batteries, get $10 off the movie “UP”
  • Osteo Bi-Flex BOGO (prices start at $15.29.  Use the $6 coupon in the 9-27 RP to get 2 of these for $3.29.  Great price!

There is a $5/$30 purchase coupon at CVS.com when you take the Medicare quiz.  If you want more than one coupon, first right-click on the “Start Quiz Now” button and choose “Settings”.  Use the arrow to set your memory to zero – this will allow you to print coupons with different barcodes.  Each time you go to print, you will get a pop-up asking if you want to store the info.  Select “Deny”.  Your coupon will still print J

Walgreens

  • Bayer Breeze 2 or Contour Meters – $14.99, get $5 RR.  Use the $30 coupon from the 10-25 RP to get these for free.  It’s a $5 MM!  Buy your coupons off eBay or www.thecouponclippers.com if you want more.
  • Theraflu $5.  Get $3 RR when you buy 2.  Use the $2 coupon from the Health & Savings booklet (ask for it in the pharmacy), and the $3/2 coupon from the 10-18 SS to get two for $3, and get $3 RR back.  Free!  If you can find the sugar-free coupons in the diabetes booklet, you can also use that if you buy the sugar free ones to make this a $4 MM.
  • Almay pure blends foundations $13.99, get $10 RR.  (These might still ring at $9.99, making them free.  Price check first).
  • Almay one-coat mascaras $6.99.  Use the $4 coupon from the November coupon booklet (at the front of the store by the ads).
  • Lubriderm – buy 3 bottles, get $8 RR.  There is a $2/1 coupon in the 10-11 RP.  If you buy the 6oz fragrance free bottles @ $3.79 each, and also use the $1 coupon in the Diabetes & You magazine (look by the pharmacy), you can get super cheap lotion.  It ends up being $2.37+tax, and then you get back $8 RR, so its a money maker!  If you dont have the $2 coupons, its still a good deal with the D&Y coupon – ends up being $8.37 for 3 bottles, or $.13 each after RR.
  • 2/$1 baking special:
    • Jello (limit 4)
    • Royal Pudding (limit 4)
    • Jiffy Muffin Mix (limit 4)
    • Morton Salt (limit 4)
    • Encore spices (limit 6)
    • Clabber Girl baking powder or corn starch (limit 4)
  • Walgreens Fabric Softeners $2.99 BOGO (Buy one, Get one Free)
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Walgreens and Almay…oh my!! Help save lives while shopping at Walgreens

7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Janelle  |  November 6, 2009 at 10:28 pm

    Ok, help me get started. Do an easy simple scenario for me with like the makeup and lotion Obviously the first purchase takes an investment, right? Like say I buy the foundation and get $10 RR, then I could use it on the mascara w coupon and get that for $2.99 AND do the lotion deal, getting another $8 RR, so I’ve paid some money OOP but much less than it all would have cost???

    HELP! I want to start because I want to get some of this makeup 🙂

    Also, my Walgreens today had the BOGO as buy one get one 50% off. Is this the same as yours?

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  • 2. Janelle  |  November 6, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    I’m wondering if all these vary by region? Our circular has nothing about RR for Almay. *sigh* check mine out, use zip code 68105

    Reply
  • 3. sammyssecrets  |  November 6, 2009 at 10:52 pm

    Janelle – the RRs are a monthly deal, so they wont be in your ad. The deal this week (11-1) is buy one, get one 50% off, but it seems like half of the stores are ringing up at buy one, get one free, which obviously makes the deal so much better!

    Reply
  • 4. Janelle  |  November 6, 2009 at 10:58 pm

    when do you get the walgreens ads? sunday paper? wouldn’t the RR be published in the 11-1 ad?
    i’m so confused! 🙂

    Reply
  • 5. sammyssecrets  |  November 6, 2009 at 11:12 pm

    I get the ads online earlier, so I dont usually see the print ones. The monthly RRs dont usually show up in the print ads when its a crazy good deal, like this one.

    Reply
    • 6. Janelle  |  November 6, 2009 at 11:22 pm

      so which sites do you use to look at the ads? and if they aren’t in the print ads, how do you know they are going on?

      Reply
  • 7. sammyssecrets  |  November 6, 2009 at 11:32 pm

    Most of the time I use http://www.afullcup.com, but its hard to read through all the threads, so sometimes I go to http://www.iheartwags.com as well.

    Reply

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How to get started with CVS ________________________________ How to get started with Walgreens ________________________________ How I use my printer to print money ________________________________ How to get coupons and keep them organized ________________________________ Stockpiling Basics

Coupon Terms

BOGO = Buy one, get one (usually buy one get one free).

EB = Extra Bucks. Use these like cash at CVS.

IP = Internet Printable coupon.

IVC = Instant Value Coupon. These are at Walgreens

MIR = Mail in Rebate

OOP = Out of Pocket

P&G = Proctor & Gamble. One of the Sunday
coupon inserts.

RP = Red Plum. One of the Sunday coupon inserts.

RR = Register Rewards. Use these like cash at Walgreens.

SS = Smart Source. One of the Sunday coupon inserts

WYB = when you buy

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