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Walgreens deals 2/3: Colgate, water, orange juice & more!

Posted February 2, 2013


This week, Walgreens has a number of deals that are free after Mail-In Rebate and deals that are free after Register Rewards, as well. You'll also find some good deals on bottled water (Sunday only), Colgate, Butterball turkey bacon, eggs, various 2 ltr. sodas, orange juice and more! Please share any other good deals you find.  

These deals are valid 2/3 - 2/9.

BR = Bonus Rewards points

Renew Life Love Your Heart, 90 count, $20 - $20 mail in rebate = Free after rebate

Flexsure Restorative joint health, 90 count, $10 - $20 mail in rebate = Free after rebate

Virmax T Testosterone Booster, 30 count, $20 - $20 mail in rebate = Free after rebate

Arctic Naturals Omega or Omega-3, 60 count, $15 - $15 mail in rebate = Free after rebate

Jamieson Joint care, 30 count, $20 - $20 mail in rebate = Free after rebate

Azo Cranberry, 100 count, $9.99 - $9.99 Register Rewards = Free after Register Rewards

The rebate forms for the above rebates are in the Savings Book found in-store.

Sheets Energy Strips, 8 or 10 pack, $3.99 - $3.99 Register Rewards = Free after rewards

Thermacare pain relief, 1 count, $2.99 - $2.99 register reward = Free after reward

Culturelle probiotic digestive health, 30 count, $10 - $10 Register Reward = Free after reward

1-Day sale: Sunday only: Nice! Purified water, 24 pack, limit 3, $1.99,  (if you buy bottled water, this is a good price)

1-Day sale: Sunday only: Doritos, Lay’s or Tostitos chips, $1.99 each

Valentines gift bags, 6 for $1 with in-ad coupon, limit 12

Valentine activity pads, pencil with eraser top, 3 for $1 with in-ad coupon, limit 6

Novelty Valentine candy singles, .39

Colgate Total or Max White, Fresh or Clean toothpaste, 4 to 6 oz or Max White or Fresh toothbrush
Sale: $2.99
RR: $2 Register Reward
Coupon: .50/1 coupons from 1/20 SS
Total after RR and coupon = .49

Butterball turkey bacon, 6 oz., $1.29 - .55/1 coupon from 1/6 SS = .74 (a good price)

Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick, $1.99 - $1 and .50 coupons in 2/3 SS (if varieties that $1 coupon are valid on are included in the sale)
There was a Speed Stick ibotta e-coupon available recently so check your coupons

7UP, A&W, Sunkist, Canada Dry, Hawaiian Punch, limit 3, .99 each

Nice! Olives, 5 – 6 oz., limit 3, .99 with in-ad coupon

Nice! Bags, freezer, storage, snack and sandwich, 15 – 150 pack, various, .99

Halls drops, 2 for $4 - $1/2 from 1/6 SS and possible coupon in 2/3 SS = $1 each

Eggs, 1 dozen, $1.29 (an ok price although I prefer to buy when they are $1 per dozen)

Kellogg’s cereal or bars, select, Nutri-grain bars
Sale: 2 for $5
BR: Buy 2 and get 1000 points
Coupons, various Kellogg’s coupons on Smart Shopper coupons link in box above and on Kellogg’s website
Total if you use two of the .50/1 or a $1/2 coupon = $1.50 after BR points and coupon(s)

Nice! Orange Juice or Simply Lemonade, 59 oz., 2 for $4 (a good price for OJ)
There was also an ibotta e-coupon available recently for .75/1 for the Simply Lemonade

Coricidin, 16 – 24 count, $4.99 - $2 coupon from Smart Shopper Coupons link above recently = $2.99

Angel Soft bath tissue, 9 big rolls, $4 - .45/1 coupon from 1/6 RP = $3.55

Viva paper towels, 6 count, $5.99 - $1 coupon in monthly coupon booklet in stores = $4.99

5,000 BR points with purchase of $15 or more of participating Hellman’s Best Foods, Ragu or Lipton products in the ad. There are coupons from the 1/27 RP insert that match with these sales.

Energizer hearing aid batteries, 8 – 14 pack, various, BOGO

Free $10 Walgreens gift card with purchase of $50 Apple Gift Card


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  • mstyson13 Feb 3, 2013

    I picked up the Butterball turkey bacon this evening. It is the Thin and Crispy variety which is 6 oz as opposed to the Butterball original turkey bacon that is 12 0z. It says the Thin & Crispy has approximately 18 slices and in looking at information about the original online, it appears to have 24 slices. Just an FYI in case that's a deal breaker for anyone. It seems to still be a good price, but not exactly what I was expecting. On the bright side, doing the research sent me to the Butterball website which has some coupons available on it for lunch meat, sub starters, frozen turkey burgers, and dinner sausage :)

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Feb 3, 2013

    That's a great moneymaker scoutmom. I never buy bottled water unless it is free or close to it, but a money maker is even better. :-)

  • scoutmomof2 Feb 3, 2013

    Went to Walgreens this morning and picked up 3 cases of water, used $5 in rewards points, OOP was $1.09. Going to send in the mail in rebate I picked up at Lowes Foods last night for $5. Decent money maker.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Feb 3, 2013

    Kelly - I usually buy 3 dozen at a time (as long as the dates are good for a couple weeks) and store them in my fridge. Some people freeze eggs by cracking them, scrambling them and freezing them in ice cube trays. Then pop them out of the trays when frozen and store in freezer bags. I have not done that.

    I have used both a chest freezer and an upright and I love the upright. I can find things much more easily.

    Our first extra ferezer was a small one the size of a dorm fridge. It worked great for years until I needed more space and upgraded to a full size. You may want to consider the smaller freezer if you don't have a lot of extra space.

    We bought both our extra freezers from sellers on Craigslist and both worked great. We paid $30 for the small one and $50 for the 16 cu ft chest freezer (an awesome deal!). Having the extra freezer space has really helped us to stock up on the great meat deals and deals on frozen veggies (and ice cream, of course).

  • watchhillgirl Feb 3, 2013

    I would strongly suggest getting a stand up freezer. I know it sounds like an added expense, which sounds counter productive while you are trying to save money with coupons, but it will save you in the long run. I like a stand up freezer, rather than the chest, but that is a personal like. Check out used for sale, or some scratch and dent sales at appliance stores. You can usually get a good deal.

  • kellymmigliore Feb 3, 2013

    I am interested in fridge/freezer organization tips from Smart shoppers. Your comment about buying eggs at $1 dz. sparked some thoughts.

    How many do you buy and do you have enough room to store them? Do you have an extra fridge or freezer? Is the freezer chest or upright?

    I constantly struggle for room. We buy a lot of produce and have a gallon brita that takes up a lot of room.

    We do not have any additional fridge/freezer storage outside of our fridge/freezer in the kitchen which is a side by side that came with the house we bought and is not our favorite feature.


  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Feb 2, 2013

    LOL - oops. You mean you want me to type up all the deals AND their prices?! :-)

    Thanks for posting the price, scoutmom.

    FYI, to those who don't know about this, if you sign up with you can get a weekly e-mail on Fridays with a link to the ad preview for the sale starting on Sunday so you can see what will be on sale for our area.

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  • scoutmomof2 Feb 2, 2013

    Water is 1.99, limit 3.

  • Nanee Lion Feb 2, 2013

    How much is the water Faye?