Walgreens deals, Oct. 13-19

Posted by Amy Dunn on October 13, 2013 

Pick up free Reach floss, Listerine Pocketpaks and Advil PM at Walgreens this week, along with nice coupon deals on Right Guard, Campbell’s soup, Lindsay olives, Scrubbing Bubbles, Cottonelle and Scott.

There’s also a nice deal on milk -- just $2.99 per gallon -- no coupon required.

Keep reading for all the top deals at Walgreens stores in the Triangle this week.

Walgreens Savings Tips:

*Check for store coupons in the monthly sales booklet, which you can find near the store entrance next to the weekly sales circular.

*Also check the weekly circular for store coupons.

*Store and manufacturer coupons may be combined or "stacked" for increased savings.

*Earn Balance Rewards and Register Rewards to save money on future purchases.

*Click HERE to print coupons from The N&O's Find N Save coupon page powered by Coupons.com.

*Click HERE to read more about how to save on groceries with the Ibotta smartphone app.

This week's coupon match-ups:

Reach floss or Listerine Pocketpaks: $2.99

$2 Register Rewards on 1

$1/1 Reach floss printable on coupons.com

$1/1 Listerine PocketPaks 10/6 SS2

= FREE!

Advil PM (4 count): $1

$1/1 10/13 RP

= FREE!

Halloween pencils: 8/$1 with in-ad coupon. Limit 16.

Halloween activity books: 3/$1 with in-ad coupon. Limit 6.

Mailing supplies: 39 cents with in-ad coupon. Limit 3.

Nice! mandarin oranges: 2/$1 with in-ad coupon. Limit 4.

Right Guard and Dry Idea: BOGO for $4.19 online price

$1.50/1 and $1.50/2 coupons in 10/6 RP

= as low as 60 cents each. Very nice deal.

Campbell’s condensed Cream of Mushroom, Cream of Chicken, Homestyle or Low Sodium Chicken Noodle: 89 cents

.40/4 9/8 SS1

= 79 cents.

Lindsay Olives (5-6 oz.): 99 cents with in-ad coupon. Limit 3.

Windex, Shout, Scrubbing Bubbles, Scrubbing Bubbles with Fantastik, Windex Wipes and Fantastik: 2/$5

$1 Balance Rewards on 2

$2/2 Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Cleaning

.75/1 Scrubbing Bubbles All Purpose Cleaner with Fantastik 9/22 SS

$1/2 Windex 9/22 SS

= as low as $1 each. Very nice deal.

Note: There might be a Register Reward on these products, according to the list on couponnetwork.com.

Kellogg’s cereals (8.7-13.7 oz.) and Pop Tarts (8 pack): $1.88

.50/1 Krave printable on coupons.com

.70/1 Special K Multi-Grain printable on coupons.com

$1/2 Crunchy Nut printable on coupons.com

$1/3 Kellogg’s cereal, any 10/6 RP

$1/3 Kellogg's Krave, Frosted Flakes, Apple Jacks, Froot Loops, Corn Pops, Honey Smacks or Frosted Mini-Wheats Little Bites, 8.7 oz. or larger 9/8 RP

.50/1 Froot Loops Treasures printable on Kelloggs.com

.50/1 Gone Nutty Pop Tarts printable on Kelloggs.com

$1/2 Rice Krispies printable on Kelloggs.com

$1/2 Corn Flakes, All Bran, Raisin Bran, Rice Krispies printable on Kelloggs.com

.50/1 Crunchy Nut printable on Kelloggs.com

$1/2 Krave printable on Kelloggs.com

= as low as $1.18.

M&M’s candies (9.9-12.6 oz.): 2/$5

$1/2 in-store booklet coupon

$1/2 8/25 RP

= $1.50 each.

Advil Congestion or Allergy & Congestion Relief (10 count): $4.99

$3/1 10/13 RP

= $1.99.

Cottonelle toilet paper 12-pack: $4.49

$1/1 in-store booklet coupon

$1/1 10/13 SS

= $2.49. Very good deal.

Scott Naturals paper towels 6-pack: $4.49

$1/1 in-store booklet coupon

.75/1 9/22 SS

= $2.74. A nice deal if you buy paper towels.

Note: My frugal hack is to use rags and skip the paper towel deals.

Scott toilet paper (16 big rolls): $7.49

$2/1 in-store booklet coupon

$1/1 9/22 SS

= $4.49. A nice price.

No coupons required:

Nice! aluminum foil (25 square feet): 99 cents.

Coke brand 2 liters: $1 each wyb 3.

Milk: $2.99 per gallon. Nice deal!

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