Super Deals at Walgreen’s – $5 coupon!
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Super Deals at Walgreen’s – $5 coupon!

Posted on Sunday, November 30th, 2008 at 7:42 am
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Speaking of coupons….Print a Walgreens $5 off $25 coupon here. Hurry! It is only good for two days, Dec 1 and Dec 2. Or use it online by entering FROSTED at the checkout.

And while at Walgreens, check out their sales on Tide 24 to 40 loads, liquid or powder for $5.49. Use the Tide coupon from todays P&G Brandsaver insert for $1.00 for even more savings.

You are not going to beat the Easysaver rebate Walgreens is offering on the Polaroid 8 Megapixel Digital Camera. The sale price on this camera is 99.99 – and the EasySaver rebate is $30 through December 6! Wow! Use that printable $5 coupon on this item alone and you have additional savings.

Stay tuned for more great deals – limited time offers are very common at this time of year.

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