This was a pretty good week for me to start playing Walgreens again, as the Davis family was in need of toilet paper. Luckily, at least in the TP department, we only have 2 females in our household, so it takes us awhile to go through our toilet paper. Amber from Coupon Connections stayed at our house for a week in August with her 3 girls and 1 boy and I could not believe how we were burning through the stuff! Now I understand why some of you are so desperate for toilet paper deals!
Here are my transactions this week at Walgreens:
Cottonelle (12 pk) on sale $5
Buy 2, Get $3 Register Reward
Bought 2 = $10
Used (2) $.50/1 coupons (-$1)
Used $1/1 Walgreens store coupon (-$2)
Paid $7, Received $3 RR
I did this deal twice, so I have (2) $3 Register Rewards to use.
I then planned to roll the Register Rewards to the Ester-C Gummies deal, but the store only had 1 left. The manager gave it to me for 50% off, but that meant I couldn’t use my $3 Register Reward.
Ester-C Gummies on sale BOGO (2/$6.99)
Bought 1 at 50% off = $3.49
Used $2/1 coupon — search “Health Care” to find it quickly
$1.49 after coupon
I also picked up a raincheck for more gummies, which will allow me to get the sale price when the store is restocked. The sale runs through 10/18, but I wanted to be safe. The $2/1 coupons don’t expire until the end of November and Walgreens rainchecks don’t expire, so I’ll have plenty of time to do the deal.
I spent $15.49 total out-of-pocket and have (2) $3 Register Rewards to use for two month’s worth of toilet paper and gummie vitamins. I’m hoping to use one or both of them on more Ester-C gummies, as next week’s deals aren’t especially appealing to me. I might break down and get next week’s Campbell’s soup deal or perhaps the Lysol Disinfecting Wipes deal, but that means no Register Rewards rolling, which is one of my goals.
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