All Laundry Detergent

December 16, 2009 at 7:37 pm 6 comments

So….the sale at Walgreens ended up not matching up with the preview 😦  I really hate when that happens.  But, all may not be lost.

CVS has the 26 load All on sale for $3.99 (the $3.99 bottles at Walgreens are only 12 loads).  They have also fixed the $5/30 medicare quiz coupon.  So here’s how it could work out:

8 bottles All detergent = 31.92
– 8 $2 coupons = $15.92
-$5/30 coupon = $10.92

This comes out to $1.35/bottle.  Definitely not free, and not as good as the Walgreens sale could have been, but its not a bad deal for detergent if you need it.

I hate when this happens.  Good thing it does not happen very often.  I am keeping my fingers crossed for a sale on this soon.


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  • 1. Janelle Domeyer  |  December 16, 2009 at 11:13 pm

    I changed around my transactions for today/tomorrow. I’ll have two $5 Holiday RRs from Wags that expire 12/20. I can still use them on 12/20, right? Maybe there is a decent sale starting that day. Or I could use them on All. I feel like since I bought the q’s, I should use a few, to at least break even.

  • 2. Janelle Domeyer  |  December 16, 2009 at 11:45 pm

    oooh, i finally found my triaminic coupons!!! so i think i might roll those $5 holiday rrs into $5 triaminic rrs

  • 3. Janelle Domeyer  |  December 16, 2009 at 11:57 pm

    la di dah, i’m just going to keep leaving comments –
    I have some SmartSource that I forgot to write the date on, the front page for me has a True north ad/coupon. Did you happen to have the same one and do you know which date it was?

  • 4. Sam  |  December 17, 2009 at 4:12 pm

    The dates are printed on the spine of the insert. Super tiny print, but its there 🙂

    And if your holiday rrs expire on the 20th, you can still use them that day. 🙂

  • 5. Sarah  |  December 18, 2009 at 3:10 pm

    Walgreens also has the 92 load ALL on sale for 9.99 right now, and if you used your $2 Q that would make it $7.99…Which is around 8 cents a load, right? The other deal, which would have made them $1.50 after your Q, and before any RR, would be about 5 cents a load, I think, which was a better deal, but the deal on the big jug isn’t too bad. I, too, ordered extra coupons planning to stock up. I think I’ll get at least one of the big jugs to console myself. I don’t have a CVS in my area or I’d do the deal there. This is a bummer!

  • 6. janelle  |  December 18, 2009 at 5:06 pm

    Well here is my happy coincidence. The 12 load ALL is regularly priced $3.29 at the walgreens near my work. So by using the 15% employee discount for friends and family, it was only $2.80, use a $2 coupon and only $.80. Then Dulcolax with discount is $5.95 – $3 coupon so $2.95.

    I bought:
    2 All – $1.90
    Dulcolax – $2.95
    2 candies – $.34 each w/ discount and in ad q

    Total: $5.19 + tax = $5.68
    use $5 holiday RR that expires Sunday

    Total OOP: $.68
    Recieved: $4 RR

    Also, I never bought the Dulcolax before because I thought it was going to be one of those things I would never use, but I when I looked at it, I realized it was the exact same thing as Miralax which my kids take daily. Wow! So a good deal for me. However, the ALL price varies from store to store (most others had it $3.89) but I found another one close to home that has it $3.29 so I’ll be stopping there too.


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

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