Walgreens deals, June 8-14
06/08/2014 4:00 AM
02/15/2015 11:26 AM
Score free Kellogg’s Breakfast to Go Shakes at Walgreens this week along with good deals on Nestle candy, Xtra laundry detergent, store-brand vitamins and batteries. Plus, milk is $3.39 per gallon -- not a great deal but it still beats most grocery store prices and if you participate in Ibotta, you’ll get a 50-cent credit.
A special heads up on the Nestle candy bar deal: Buy five specially marked bars at 50 cents and you’ll earn $5 toward a movie ticket from Fandango. Great promotion!
Keep reading for the best of this week’s deals at Walgreens stores in the Triangle.
This week's promotions and coupon match-ups:
Points booster promotion: Spend $25 June 8 through June 10 and get 5,000 Balance Rewards points (equal to $5).
Hallmark card promotion: Buy two Hallmark cards and get $1,000 Balance Rewards (equal to $1).
Kellogg’s Breakfast to Go Shakes (10 oz.): $1.49
$1.49 Register Reward
Nestle candy: 2/$1 with in-ad coupon.
PLUS: Look for bars specially marked with a Nestle/Fandango movie promotion. When you buy 5 and enter the codes HERE, you’ll get $5 toward a movie ticket. Limit 2. Great deal!
Mitchum deodorants: $2.99
$2/1 6/8 SS
= 99 cents.
Xtra laundry detergent (30 loads): $1.49 with in-ad coupon. Good deal.
Nabisco Chips Ahoy cookies (11.75-14 oz.): 2/$4
.75/2 5/18 SS
= $1.63 each.
Skippy peanut butter (16.3 oz.) or Hershey’s Spread (13 oz.): 2/$5
1,000 Balance Rewards on 2 ($1)
= 2/$4. An OK deal.
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick or Gloss: $6.99
$4 Register Rewards
Quilted Northern or Angel Soft toilet paper 9-pack: $3.99
.50/1 in-store booklet coupon
.45/1 5/18 RP2
= $3.04. That’s 34 cents per roll.
No coupons required:
Milk: $3.39 per gallon. An OK deal.
Nice! cream cheese (8oz.), Blue Bonnet margarine (1 lb.), or Daisy Sour Cream (8 oz.): 5/$5 or $1.19 each.
Foster Grant, Studio 35 or Walgreens eader glasses or sunglasses: BOGO.
Store-brand batteries (select): BOGO.
Walgreens vitamins and supplements: BOGO.
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