Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Pain reliever clearanced @ Wags! (& More!)

I had a ton of RR's that were expiring yesterday....


Store 1:
  • 2 - Excedrin Extra Strength (clearanced @ $1.09 ea) used two $1/1 MFCs = $.18
  • 3 - Aleve gels (clearanced to $1.29 ea) used three $1/1 MFCs = $.87
  • 1 - Bayer (monthly deal, buy 1 get $2.49 RR) =$2.49
  • 1 - Nivea body wash ($4.99) used $1/1 = $3.99
  • 1 - Package of Ramen Noodles (filler) =$.29
Total: Paid with $3.50 RR, $2.50 RR and $1.90 on gift card
RR's didn't print for either the Nivea or the Bayer... it was your typical nightmare... I returned them at Store #2....

Store 2:
  • 1 - Nivea Body Wash ($4.99) used $1/1 MFC = $3.99
  • 1 - To Do List (warning, the paper fell off the magnet within 30 seconds...) = $.64
  • 1 - Ecotrin aspirin ($2) used $2.25/1 IP adjusted down =FREE
Total: $4.63, paid with $3.50 RR and $1.13 on a gift card
Received $5 RR for Nivea

Store 3:
  • 1 - Bayer ($2.49) used $1/1 found near display! =$1.49
  • 1 - Walgreens brand peanuts (clearanced to $1.09/filler) = $1.09
  • 1 - Olay Face Wash (clearanced to $3.49) used $3/1 MFC = $.49
Total: $3.07, paid with $2 RR and $1.07 on gift card
Received $2.49 RR for Bayer

5 gave me some sugar:

jskell911 said...

Great deals! My WAGS also had the peanuts. And I got 200 count Excedrine PM's for $1.79 after coupons.

Kelly D. said...

I love your blog!
Bought 2 Schick Quattro 3 pk. razors
$8.99 each
2 $4.00 off coupons
received $6.00 in RR

Mallory said...

One Walgreen's I stopped at absolutely refused to adjust my Ecotrin coupon down - they actually were pretty mean about it. Does Walgreen's have an official policy on that?

Lindsay said...

Mallory,
My first Walgreens refused to take the coupon for that reason. The second store adjusted it down. For the most part, with all things Walgreens, it depends on the cashier, the store and if the sun is shining or not. ;) Basically, YMMV. (They may or they may not, and there is no rhyme or reason to any Walgreens policy...)

One thing my store has done for me to 'prevent coupon fraud', is to adjust the item to the coupon price (i.e. make it cost $2.25) and then use the $2.25/1 MFC.
Does that make sense?

Good luck!!!!

Lindsay said...

Kelly & Jskell911,
Great deals!!! I will check both of them out next time I go! :)