Walgreens deals, Aug. 10-16

08/10/2014 2:00 AM

08/09/2014 11:08 PM

At Walgreens this week, pick up free Lipton Pure Leaf tea and free Colgate toothpaste along with super cheap deals on Scope, Comet cleanser and Butterball turkey bacon. Also be on the look out for a host of school supplies deals, peanut butter for $1.50 per jar and eggs for $1.29 per dozen.

Note: I’m on vacation this week so I’m posting abbreviated versions of the drugstore deals.

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 8 of the circular to activate.

Points booster promotion: Spend $25 Aug. 1-12 and get 5,000 Balance Rewards points (equal to $5). Use the coupon on the front page of the circular.

Lipton Pure Leaf Tea (18.5 oz.): $1

$1 Register Rewards


Colgate toothpaste (3.5-6 oz.): $3

$2.50 Register Rewards

.50/1 8/10 SS


Crest toothpaste (select, 5.8-6.2 oz.), Oral B Complete toothbrush, Scope Mouthwash (25.4 oz.) or Glide Floss: 3/$9

$5 Register Rewards on 3.

$1/1 Scope mouthwash 7/27 P&G

.75/1 Oral B toothbrush 7/13 RP

.75/1 Crest toothpaste 7/13 RP

= as low as 33 cents each for the Scope.

= as low as 58 cents each for the toothbrush or toothpaste.

Comet cleanser (14 oz.): 2/$1 with in-ad coupon.

Butterball turkey bacon (6 oz.): $1.29

.75/1 July or August All You magazine

= 54 cents. Great deal.

Dawn dish liquid (9 oz.): 99 cents

.25/1 7/27 P&G

= 74 cents.

Chex Mix, Bugles or Gardetto’s (5.5-8.75 oz.): 4/$6

1,000 Balance Rewards on 4. ($1)

.50/2 6/29 SS or 8/3 SS

= $1 each.

Plus: There’s a 50-cent credit available on SavingStar.com, which you can now use at Walgreens when you upload your receipt.

Nice! peanut butter (18 oz.): $1.50 with in-ad coupon.

No coupons required:

Nice! eggs: $1.29 for a dozen.

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