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WRAL SmartShopper

Drug store deals 11-7

Posted November 8, 2010
Updated November 9, 2010


Here are the drug store deals for the week. The good news is that there are some decent freebies including free Gain dish liquid, floss, cold medicine, toothbrush and contact solution!



11-7 to 11-13

Gain dishwashing liquid, 11 oz .99 - $1 coupon from 10/10 = FREE

Accu-chek Aviva diabetes monitoring kit $14.99 - $5 ECB and $9.99 mail in rebate = Free

According to the ad, there is a coupon printing at the in-store coupon centers for $5 off a $15 purchase of items listed on pages 2 and 3 which include a number of cold, flu and digestive items. Many of these items had coupons that match in the 10/17 inserts and 10/31 inserts.

Trident Layers .99 - $1/2 coupon from 10/24

Kleenex tissues .89 - .50/3 coupon from 10/3 = .72 each

Campbells soup 2 for $1.50 - .25/4 from 11/7 or .40/2 from 10/3 or various printables

Swansons broth cans 14 oz 2 for $1.50 - .50/5 coupon from 11/7

CVS Gold Emblem spices .49 – 8 oz spices .88 (excludes pure vanilla extract)

Dial 3 pack BOGO - .35 coupon from 10/10

Lysol and Finish products ECB deal: Spend $15 on following products and get $5 ECB. Participating products include Lysol 80 count wipes or spray for $4, Lysol all purpose spray, toilet cleaner, 28-35 count wipes or Nuetra air for $2.50, Finish jet dry rinse, gelpacs or Powerball tabs for $3.00.

MQ: Printable Finish coupons and Lysol coupons

Xtra 2x laundry detergent, 28 loads $1.49

All Noxzema $4.49 - $3 ECB = $1.49, limit 1

Folgers Classic Roast 11/3 oz $2.49 - $1 coupon from 11/7 = $1.49

Sun-Maid Raisins BOGO - $1/2 coupon from 11/7

Coke selected varieties, 12 oz, 12 pack cans 4 for $13 - $3 ECB when you buy 4 = 4 for $10

Maybelline ECB Deal: Spend $10 on any Maybelline cosmetics and get $3 ECB

Maybelline Expert Wear Shadow Trio on sale for $5, Buy 2 for $10. Use 2 coupons for $1 from 10/10 = $8.00. Earn $3.00 = $5 after ECB ($2.50 each)

Got 2b hair styler products BOGO - $1 coupon from all You Magazine October


11-7 to 11-13

Reach floss or crystal clean toothbrush .99 with in-ad coupon - $1 Reach coupon from 10/10, $1 printable coupon = FREE

Similasan Kids Cough or Cold & Mucus Relief $5.99 - $5.99 RR - $1 coupon from 9/12 = FREE ($1 money maker with coupon)

RevitaLens Multi purpose solution, 2 pack 2 oz each $3.99m - $3.99 RR = FREE

Neuragen Gel .28 oz, PN .17oz $19.99 - $19.99 mail in rebate = FREE

Schick disposable razors $5.99 - $3 RR - $3 printable coupon = FREE

Hydrogen Peroxide 3 for $1 with in-ad coupon

No nonsense essential basics knee-highs .39 with in-ad coupon

Morton salt, corn starch, baking soda, baking powder 2 for $1 with in-ad coupon

Encore Gourmet spices or buillon soup base 2 for $1 with in-ad coupon

Dawn dish liquid .99 with in-ad coupon - .50/1 hand renewal coupon from 10/31 (if hand renewal included)

Carmes Lip Balm .99 with in-ad coupon - .30 coupon from 11/7, .55 coupon for Muisture Plus (if included) from 11/7

No nonsense Basics pantyhose .79 with in-ad coupon

Domino Sugar, 4 lb $1.89 with in-ad coupon - .40/1 coupon from 10/31 - $1.49

Libby’s canned pumpkin, 15 oz .99 with in-ad coupon


Rite Aid

11-7 to 11-13

There were 2 coupons for $25 Rite Aid gift card when you transfer a prescription in the sales ad today.

Remember that you can earn video credits and print Video Values coupons by watching videos on the website. Once you have earned 20 video credits, you can print a coupon for $5 off $25 purchase at Rite Aid.

Oral B Cross Action 40 manual toothbrush, Crest whitening plus scope outlast toothpaste $2.99 - $2.99 +Up - $1 crest coupon or .75 Oral B coupon from 10/31 = FREE (money maker with coupon)

Crest Pro Health Clinical Gum Protection Toothpaste, 4 oz or Rinse, 500 ml $3.49 - $2.50 +Up - $1 coupon from 10/31 = FREE after coupon and +Up!

Halls cough drops $1.50 each - $1 +Up when you buy 2 - $1/2 coupon from 11/7 or $1 Refresh coupon from All You Magazine November = FREE (with $1 coupon)

Nivea body wash or shower gel $3.99 - $1.00 +Up - $3 body wash coupon from 10/17, $2 body wash coupon from All You October = FREE with $3 coupon

Glade plug-ins scented oil refills $2.50 - $1 +Up when you buy 2 - $2 coupon from All You Magazine September (if good on 1 count) = FREE after 1 coupons and +Up

7Up or Diet 7Up 2 ltr, $1.33 - $1 +Up when you buy 3 = .99 each after +Up

Keri lotion $5 each - $2 +Up when you buy 2 - $1 coupon from 10/3 = $3 each with 2 coupons

$5 +Up reward when you spend $15 on Fructis, Nutrisse, Herbashine or Nutritioniste products. Garnier Fructis anti-dandruff shampoo $3.99 - $1 coupon from 11/7 and $2 Video Values coupon = $.99
Garnier Herbashine hair color $5.99 - $3 coupon from 11/7 = $2.99
Garnier skin care products Buy 1 Get 1 50% off - $2 Video Values coupon and $2.50 off Nutritionist Ultra Lift moisturizer or treatment printable coupon

$5 +up reward when you spend $15 on any L’Oreal product, all cosmetics, skin care, hair care, hair color is Buy 1 Get 1 50% off. MQ: $3/2 coupon for skin care from 10/24, $2/1 foundation, powder, blush or concealer from 9/19, $2 coupon for Healthy Look hair color from 10/17, $1 off any cosmetic item from 10/24

Purex Laundry Detergent, 50 oz or fabric softener, 100 oz $1.99

Pampers jumbo pack diapers or easy ups $8.99 - $1 +Up - $1/1 from 10/31 = $6.99




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  • littlemansmommy Nov 11, 2010

    At Walgreens Huggies are $7.99 and there are $2.50/1 printables that make them $5.49. There is also a $.75/1 clabber girl baking powder printable making them free after the 2/$1 in-ad coupon.

  • Oxymoron02 Nov 10, 2010

    There's a new VV coupon up for Rite Aid (as in it wasn't there a few days ago when I finished watching ALL of them) for the coupon book. Previously the coupon book was available free after you got a flu shot, but now you can watch a 30 second video and print a coupon for a free coupon book.

    No idea what is IN the coupon book, but it purports to have $100 worth of coupons in it. Going to go get mine tomorrow and check it out.

    I haven't been doing this long enough to know if adding new videos midmonth is normal for Rite Aid.....

  • Oxymoron02 Nov 10, 2010

    What really burns me with Walgreens is that they're going to get paid, so there's no reason except poor customer service to refuse taking a manufacturer's coupon that will make an item free. The argument that you should not be allowed an overage is poor IMO since they'll get $1 from the manufacturer for a $1 coupon whether they credit my bill $1 or less, but I could ACCEPT it if they'd take the Q and let me have the item for free while losing the overage.

    I avoid Walgreens for all but the most spectacular deals, and even then I have to have a plan to roll RRs TODAY to get a big bang for my buck because I'm not willing to look at them closely every week in hopes of a hassle-worthy deal to roll them later .... or risk letting them expire.

    The cashiers in CVS seem amused or impressed when I can roll ECBs and walk out with more than I came in with in ECBs, plus $30+ in merchandise, for a few pennies OOP. The Walgreens staff seems to think using coupons is just a way for us to rip them

  • Trickat Nov 9, 2010

    Does anyone know how a b1g1 coupon works when the item is on sale b1g1? I've had trouble with these and I have a few to be used up soon.

  • mbwatson Nov 9, 2010

    I had a bunch of coupons to use at Walgreen's tonight. I looked around and found some Christmas paper sacks (needed for presents at work) 4/$1.00. I got some of them and I was able to use all of my coupons.

  • triplettk Nov 8, 2010

    I agree that couponing at Walgreen's is frustrating. Their actual policy (as printed on their register rewards) is that the number of coupons you're using cannot exceed the number of items you're buying. So, any item that has a store coupon and a mfr. coupon (like the toothbrushes this week) puts you over the limit. Or, if you try to use mfr. coupon on an item and a register reward (like for the razors this week, using a RR from last week), that counts as an additional coupon and puts you over the limit (no matter what your balance is on the order). I find that almost every time I go there, I have to BUY something extra just to be able to use all of my coupons (again, not for price, but for # of items). Luckily the store I go to most often has had .25 Reese's pumpkins by the register (which are now .10) but I know that's going away.

    I wonder if anyone else has figured out the best way to work this?

  • allsnug Nov 8, 2010

    I'm not much of a Walgreens shopper. I usually stick with Rite Aid and CVS. I stopped at Walgreens today on Rogers Rd. I picked up two Reach toothbrushes and 3 Listerine zeros. I used the store coupon on the Reach toothbrushes and on the Listerines in conjunction with my $1 mfg coupons for the Reach toothbruses and $2 mfg coupons for the Listerine. The cashier only let me use two of my Listerine mfg coupons and would not allow me to use the store coupon with the $1 mfg Reach coupons. She told me the register won't allow it b/c I was saving too much??? I had her void everything except the two Listerines that I was allowed to use my coupons on. I don't think I will be going back to that Walgreens! free toothbrushes for me!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 8, 2010

    Looks like Rite Aid will have to wait until tonight......

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 8, 2010

    Thanks for the info on the peelies RCC! I'll have time to do Rite Aid soon.....

  • Oxymoron02 Nov 8, 2010

    Yes, the coupon kiosk is printing 5 off 15, which is great. We go through Zegerid (which is in the ad for $25 and on the required page to use the Q) and any heartburn stuff around here like candy. The Zegerid also had $5 off peelies, and I had a 5 off 30 Q CVS had emailed me (expired today) to use.

    Also heard some of the Noxzema has $2 off peelies, which would make them money makers, but I didn't look while I was there.