Walgreens deals, June 29-July 5

Posted by Amy Dunn on June 29, 2014 

  • 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.

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Score free toothbrushes, free Crystal Light and free Starbucks at Walgreens this week, along with nice deals on Pure Silk shave cream, Scope mouthwash, Scotch-Brite sponges and Coppertone sunscreen.

And if you’re a senior, you have the chance to save up to 20 percent on Tuesday, July 1, on regular-price merchandise.

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

This week's promotions and coupon match-ups:

Bonus points on beauty: Get 50 Balance Rewards points on every $1 you spend on beauty and personal care products through Aug. 30. Use the coupon on page 14 to activate.

Gum 2-pack toothbrushes: $2.50

$2.50 Register Rewards

= FREE!

Crystal Light drink mix (10 pack or 2.1 oz.) or Country Time or Kool-Aid (19 oz.): $2

$2 Register Rewards

$1/1 printable coupon on Crystal Light

= FREE!

Starbucks Refreshers (12 oz.) or Iced Coffee (11 oz.): $1

$1 Register Rewards

$1/1 printable coupon on iced coffee, if you haven’t already printed it for Harris Teeter Super Doubles

$1/1 printable coupon on Refreshers

= FREE!

PLUS: Remember, you can use these Register Rewards, which are clearly marked as manufacturer coupons, at Harris Teeter.

Wet N Wild cosmetics: 25% off

$1/1 6/29 RP

= as low as FREE or very close to it for select nail polish and lip color.

Haribo Gummy candy (4-5 oz.): 79 cents

.30/1 printable coupon on the Haribo USA Facebook page

= 49 cents.

Pure Silk shave cream (8 oz.): 99 cents with in-ad coupon

.50/1 5/4 RP

= 49 cents.

Scope mouthwash (25.4 oz.), Oral B Select toothbrush or Crest Select toothpaste (5.8-6.2 oz.): 3/$9

$4 Register Rewards on 3

$1/1 Scope 5/11 P&G

$1/1 Oral B Pulsar, 3D White, Pro Health or Complete toothbrush 6/1 P&G

.50/1, $1/2 or $2/3 Crest 6/1 P&G

= as low as 66 cents each.

Barilla pasta (16 oz.): 99 cents

.55/2 5/18 SS

= 72 cents each.

Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge: 99 cents

.50/2 5/18 SS, expiring 6/30

= 74 cents each.

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

Equal sweetener (115 count): $1.99

$1/1 printable coupon on Smartsource.com

= 99 cents.

Revlon nail color: $4.99

$3 Register Rewards

$1/1 6/15 SS

= 99 cents.

Jennie-O turkey franks (5-pack): $1.29

.55/2 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

= $1.02 each, if this size fits the requirement of the coupon.

Nice! peanut butter (18 oz.): 2/$4

1,000 Balance Rewards ($1)

= $1.50 each after rewards.

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

$1/2 in-store coupon booklet

$1/2 6/29 SS

= $2 each.

Cottonelle toilet paper (12 large rolls): $4.99

$1/1 in-store coupon booklet

.50/1 6/22 SS

= $3.49.

Coppertone sunscreen: 2/$19

$5 Register Rewards on 2

$3/2 6/22 SS

= $5.50 each.

No coupons required:

Milk: $3.39 per gallon. An OK deal -- about 40 cents cheaper than most grocery stores. And check your Ibotta account for a 25-cent cash-back credit. Limit 2 gallons.

Hydrogen peroxide (16 oz.): 3/$1 with in-ad coupon.

Pepsi brand 2 liters: $1 each wyb 4.

Oscar Mayer wieners (10 pack): BOGO for $2.99.

Foster Grant or Walgreens reader glasses: BOGO.

Walgreens allergy medicines (select): BOGO.

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