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Walgreens deals 4/9: Colgate (FREE), Easter candy, eggs

Posted April 8

Walgreens has some super deals starting Sunday including Colgate (FREE!), Easter candy, eggs, Purex, Schick razors, gift card offers and more!

The Walgreens coupon policy can be found on their website. Information about the coupon policy and reward programs can be found at the bottom of this deals list.

These deals are valid April 9– April 15, 2017.

Coupon in ad: Get 5X everyday points ($10 reward) when you spend $10 or more in stores or online with the coupon in the ad. Coupon valid 4/9 – 4/15.

Gift card offer: $10 Walgreens gift card when you buy any two $50 iTunes or $25 Google Play, Fandango or Applebees gift cards.


Arizona drinks, 20 – 23 oz, 2 for $1

Russell Stover chocolate egg or nest, 1 oz, BOGO

Jell-O pudding or gelatin, .3 – 3.9 oz, 2 for $1 with in-ad coupon, limit 4

Nice vinegar, 32 oz, .89

Nice eggs, large, 1 dozen, .99, limit 2

Bumble Bee solid white albacore tuna, 5 oz, 4 for $4 with in-ad coupon, limit 4

Kellogg’s cereals, select

Sale: 2 for $2

Coupons: $1 cereal coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 reward points, $1/3 coupon from 3/5 RP, $1/2 coupons from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com in the Coupons tab, $1/2 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link

Total after $1 coupon = $1

Betty Crocker cake mix and frosting, and fudge brownie mix, 2 for $2

Butterball turkey bacon, 6 oz, $1.29

Domino sugar, 4 lb, $1.89 - .40 coupon from 4/2 SS or .75/2 coupon from Smartsource.com

Frito-Lay chips, Lays and Doritos, select, $1.88

Easter M&M’s 8 – 12.6 oz

Sale: 2 for $5

Store coupon: $1/2 coupon from in-store coupon booklet

Coupon: $1/2 coupon from 3/12 RP or 3/26

Hershey’s or Cadbury 3.9 – 10 oz

Sale: 3 for $9.50

Store coupon: $1.50/3 coupon from in-store coupon booklet

Coupon: $2/3 coupon from 3/26 SS

Pepsi 6 pack bottles, 8 pack mini cans, 2 for $5, limit 4

Pepsi, Coke or Dr. Pepper, 12 pack cans, 3 for $9


Colgate toothpaste, select, $2.99 - $2.50 Register reward AND .50 coupon from 4/9 SS = FREE!

Easter Eggs, plastic, 6 or 12 pack, .99

Easter grass, 1.5 oz, .99

Sandwich bags, freezer and storage bags, select, .99 with in-ad coupon, limit 8

Smile & Save paper plates, 64 pack, Aluminum foil 25 sq ft, .99 with in-ad coupon, limit 8

Purex laundry, 24 – 33 loads, $1.99 - $1/2 coupon from 4/9 RP = $1.49 each

Tide Simply, 19 or 25 loads, $2.99 - .50 coupon in 4/9 RP = $2.49

Energizer hearing aid batteries, BOGO - .75 coupon in 4/9 SS

Pampers diapers

Sale: $9.99

Points: 3000 bonus points when you spend $15

Coupon: $1.50 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above

$5 Register Rewards when you buy $15 worth of select Schick razors and shave gel

Schick disposable razor pack, select, 3 – 12 count, $5.99 - $4 coupon from 4/9 SS = $1.99

Walgreens Rewards and Coupon Policy Basics

* Must have Balance Rewards reward card to earn rewards and get sale prices

* Balance Rewards program: Earn points for qualifying purchases. Cash in points for $$ off your total purchase. 1000 points = $1 reward

* Register Rewards (RR’s) are instant rebates that print out at register after transaction.

* Cannot pay for a deal that generates a Register Reward with another Register Reward from a previous purchase from the same manufacturer

* Cannot have more coupons than products (RR’s count as coupons)

* You can “Stack” store coupons from their monthly coupon book found in stores with manufacturer’s coupons

* Only 1 coupon can be used on a BOGO sale

* If the coupon value is greater than the product cost, Walgreens will not accept the coupon.

Walgreens recently changed their coupon policy and they no longer allow a coupon on each item of a BOGO deal. In addition, they will no longer accept a coupon for an item if the price of the coupon is more than the item. See all the details on their website.

BR = Balance Rewards Points

RR = Register Rewards

You can see more details on all these programs and policies on their website at Walgreens.com.

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