Walgreens Coupon Match-Ups 2/24-3/02

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    • Anna says

      I haven’t done it, but I think the least oop would be to start with the one that’s the lowest price and then roll them one-by-one to the highest price. Like this:

      Colgate Toothpaste – $3.49
      Use $0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste, exp. 3/2/13 (SS 02/10/13 R)
      or $0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste, exp. 3/16/13 (SS 02/24/13)
      or $0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste, exp. 2/23/13 (SS 02/03/13 R)
      = Pay $2.99 / Get $2.99 RR

      Natrol Melatonin, 100 ct – $4.00
      Use $2.99 RR
      = Pay $1.01 / Get $4 RR

      Curacaine Rapid Acting Topical Analgesic – $7.00
      Use $4 RR
      = Pay $3 / Get $7 RR

      Energize Energy Tabs, 28 ct – $8.00
      Use $7 RR
      = Pay $1 / Get $8 RR

      Arctic Naturals Daily Omega-3, 60 ct – $10.00
      Use $8 RR
      = Pay $2 / Get $10 RR

      Total oop is $10 and you have a $10 RR left.

  1. Valerie says

    I am new to the couponing world! Any advice on the best time to go before they run out of everything or when they restock? Thanks, I have 2 little ones and can’t be running back to the store all the time.

    • katie says

      Generally if you get there the day the sale starts you shouldn’t have a problem locating anything unless its a very small store with low inventory. It’s best to go early in the morning or later at night so there’s less people in the store to crowd behind you in line. Every store restocked at different times so best to get familiar with your local stores. If you plan your trips accordingly and develope somewhat of a stockpile it will SAVE you time because you do not need to constantly be running to the store. HTH

  2. Julie says

    Check your Ibotta account before you purchase items at Walgreens. Alot of the items are not included on Walgreens list. I don’t even see Huggies offered period through Ibotta. I bought the Optic White products a couple of weeks ago and they are not redeemable through Ibotta at Walgreens. I’ve had this problem with some other stores also.

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