Walgreens deals, March 23-29

Posted by Amy Dunn on March 23, 2014 

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Look for some nice deals on Easter candy at Walgreens this week along with $3.29 per gallon milk and good buys on sugar and Planters nuts.

Keep reading for the best of this week’s deals at Walgreens stores in the Triangle.

This week's coupon match-ups:

Vaprino A-D Anti-Diarrheal (12 pack): $5

$5 Register Rewards


Reese’s peanut butter cups (1.4-2 oz.): 59 cents with in-ad coupon

$1/3 2/23 SS

= 26 cents each.

Lifesavers jelly beans: 2/$4

$1/1 in-store booklet coupon

$1/2 3/23 RP

= $1 per bag! Great deal.

Colgate mouthwash (16.9 oz.): $3.99

$1.50 Register Rewards on 1

$1/1 3/9 SS

= $1.49 each. A decent deal.

Triscuit, Ritz and Wheat Thins crackers: 2/$4

$1/1 printable coupon on Triscuits

.50/1 recently available printable coupon on Nabisco crackers on N&O’s Find N Save

= as low as $1.

Plus: This is part of a larger deal: Get 3,000 Balance Rewards when you spend $15 on Nabisco crackers, Hershey’s candy and Coke brand 12-packs.

Quaker Chewy Granola bars: $1.99

500 Balance Rewards on 2 (50 cents)

$1/2 3/23 RP

= $1.24 each.

M&M’s Easter candies (9.9-12.6 oz.): 2/$4

$1.50/2 M&M’s 3/2 RP

= as low as $1.25 per bag. Great deal.

Nice! sugar (4 lb.): $1.89 with in-ad coupon.

Planters nuts (16 oz.): 2/$6

$1/2 in-store booklet coupon

$1/2 1/26 SS

= $2 each.

Angel Soft toilet paper 9-roll: $3.44

.45/1 3/23 RP

= $2.99.

No coupons required:

Milk: $3.29 per gallon. Limit 2. A good price, though higher than Walgreen’s typical sale price of $2.99. Hoping this isn’t a sign of things to come!

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