Monday, December 1, 2008

How to Use Your $5 off $25 coupon at Walgreens (12/1 & 12/2)

Planning a trip to Walgreens this week? Make it on Tuesday and you use this $5 off $25 Walgreens coupon (or on sidebar). Your order must reach at least $25 after all other coupons. A good strategy is to get things that have an EasySaver Rebate or will earn Register Rewards. You will have to spend money out of pocket, but you can get it back in rebates and RRs.

Here are some ideas:

Right Guard Professional or Dry Idea Clinical Strength deodorant $5.99
EasySaver Rebate for $5 makes it $.99 (though you'll pay $5.99 oop)

Bald Guyz haed wipes $4.99 (any bald guys on your Christmas list?)
EasySaver Rebate for $4.99 makes it FREE (though you'll pay $4.99 oop)

Reach dental floss (30 yds) or Reach toothbrush 2/$6
Buy 2 Reach products (floss or toothbrush) and get $6 in Register Rewards ($ off next order), so it's FREE (though you'll pay $6 oop) See ad for details.

Colgate Total or Max Fresh toothpaste $2.99
Sign up at to get a $1 off coupon (I got one a while back)
Earns $2 in Register Rewards, so it's FREE (though you'll pay $1.99-$2.99 oop)

All 2x Ultra laundry detergent (12 loads) $1.79
Print coupon for $1.00 off All, makes it $.79

Holiday M&Ms 2/$4 with $1 off 2 coupon from EasySaver Catalog

Dove Chocolates 2/$4 with $2 off 2 coupon from EasySaver Catalog

If you bought all of these (choosing either 2 M&Ms or 2 Dove), it would cost right around $25 (you'll have to do your own math, depending on what coupons you have). Use the $5 off $25 coupon (expires at the end of Tuesday), making your total $20. From there, you will get $8 back in Register Rewards and $9.99 in Easy Saver Rebates ($10.99 when you get your 10% bonus for getting your rebate in the form of a Walgreens gift card). So when all is said and done, these things will cost you about a dollar. Not bad!

Check out the Walgreens ad for more deals.

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