Walgreens deals, Aug. 3-9

08/03/2014 5:00 AM

08/03/2014 12:05 AM

At Walgreens this week, pick up free Mio, Crystal Light or Kool-Aid liquid drink mix, along with nice deals on Crest toothpaste, Oral B toothbrushes, Snack Pack puddings, Capri Sun drinks, Butterball ground turkey and a host of school supplies.

If you’re a senior, you have the chance to save up to 20 percent on Tuesday, Aug. 5, on regular-price merchandise. And there are sales and coupons on Angel Soft and Quilted Northern toilet paper and All laundry detergent to match-up with the new rebate I wrote about HERE.

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 10 of the circular to activate.

Mio, Crystal Light or Kool-Aid liquid drink mix (1.62 oz.): $3

$3 Register Rewards


2-pocket folders with prongs: 6/$1 with in-ad coupon. Limit 6.

Crest or Oral B 3D White toothpaste or toothbrush: 2/$6

$4 Register Rewards on 2

.75/1 Crest toothpaste 7/13 RP

.50/1 Crest toothpaste 7/27 P&G

.75/1 Oral B toothbrush 7/13 RP

.50/1 Oral B toothbrush 7/27 P&G

= as low as 25 cents each.

2-pack pink erasers or 15-pack cap erasers: 4/$1 with in-ad coupon. Limit 4.

100-count index cards: 39 cents with in-ad coupon. Limit 3.

Flexible protractor: 39 cents with in-ad coupon. Limit 3.

Plastic school box: 49 cents with in-ad coupon.

Bic 10-pack pens: 99 cents with in-ad coupon

$1/2 8/3 Smart Source insert

= 49 cents each.

Hunt’s Snack Pack 4-pack pudding: 99 cents.

$1/4 printable coupon on Savings.com

= 74 cents each.

Ban antiperspirant: 2/$4

1,000 Balance Rewards ($1)

.75/1 8/3 SS

= 75 cents each after rewards and two coupons.

Renuzit fresheners: 99 cents with in-ad coupon

.55/3 8/3 RP2

= 81 cents each. CVS has a better deal.

Got2b hair styler: $3.99

$1 Register Rewards on 1.

$2/1 8/3 RP2

= 99 cents.

Fiskars scissors or pencil sharpener: 99 cents with in-ad coupon. Limit 4.

Crayola 12-pack colored pencils or 10-pack markers: 99 cents with in-ad coupon. Limit 3.

20-count pencils or 96 sheets construction paper: 99 cents with in-ad coupon.

Capri Sun 10-packs: 2/$4

1,000 Balance Rewards on 2 ($1)

$1/2 8/3 RP2

= $1 each after rewards and coupon. Good deal.

Butterball ground turkey (1 lb.): $2

.55/1 August All You magazine

= $1.45. Great deal.

General Mills cereals (select): 2/$4

Lots of potential deals here, depending on store selection.

Match printable coupons on BettyCrocker.com and N&O’s Find N Save with SavingStar.com credits for the best deals.

Purex laundry detergent (24-33 loads): 2/$6

$1 Register Reward on 2

$1/1 8/3 RP2

= $1.50 each after two coupons and rewards. A decent deal, though you’ll only pay $1 each at CVS this week.

Daisy cottage cheese (16 oz.): 2/$4

.45/1 6/1 RP

= $1.55 each after two coupons.

All laundry detergent: 2/$7

$2/2 8/3 RP1

= $2.50 each.

Sparkle 3-roll pack paper towels: $2.99

.25/1 8/3 RP1

= $2.74.

Angel Soft toilet paper 9-roll pack: $3.94

.50/1 in-store booklet coupon

.45/1 Angel Soft 8/3 RP1 or $1/2 printable coupon on RedPlum.com

= as low as $2.94 wyb 2.

PLUS: Submit your receipt toward a new $10 rebate when you spend $25 on Angel Soft, Quilted Northern, All laundry detergent, Brawny, Sparkle, Dixie and Snuggle products. Click HERE for details.

Energizer hearing aid batteries (8 pack): $6.99

$2/1 in-store booklet coupon

$1/1 7/13 SS

= $3.99.

Starbucks K-Cups 10-pack: $6.99

$1.50/1 6/15 SS

= $5.49.

No coupons required:

Paper Mate 10-pack pens: 29 cents. Limit 6.

Crayola 24-pack crayons: 49 cents. Limit 4.

Expo dry erase markers 2-pack: 99 cents.

Sharpie highlighter 4-pack: 99 cents.

Wexford binders: BOGO.

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