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Free with Rewards or Coupons Offers: Drugstores

Posted on Monday, August 3rd, 2009 at 3:48 pm
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If you are willing to shop around to more than one store, you can often get plenty of merchandise for free! Here are some of the best free with coupon deals that I have found for this week. Some of them may even give you money back!

Rite Aid

Rite Aid is offering Single Check Rebates, so take advantage of them. You can find most of them on the flyer, but careful combining with coupons are needed for some to be free. Here are the free products.

Gillette Venus Razor cost $7. Combine the $5 single check rebate with the $2/1 coupon from 8/2 Sunday insert. Also look for free razors by mail. Gillette offers them every once in a while, although they are usually the ones for men.

Duck Brand EZ Start Frustration Free Tape gives you a full Single Check Rebate of $1.49.
Garnier Fructis Shampoo, Conditioner or Styler (love the fragrance of this stuff) is $2.99. You’ll get a $2 Single Check Rebate. When you purchase it, use the $1/1 coupon from the 7/12 Sunday insert, making it free.

ReNu MultiPlus Solution is $9.99. This is an expensive item, but you can get the full price back in the $9.99 Single Check Rebate.

GE Soft White Light Bulbs (Longlife version) are $2, and you get the entire $2 back in a Single Check Rebate.

Crest Pro-Health Whitening Toothpaste. Rite Aid has it for $2.79. You get a $2.79 Single Check Rebate back. Plus if you use the $.75/1 coupon from 8/2 Sunday insert you’ll make some money on it.

Skin Clinic Advanced Wart Remover is $14.99, and you’ll get it al back with the Single Check Rebate.

CVS

CVS is “fam-ous” for their free items. Here is what you can get this week. They call their rebates Extra Care Bucks.

Just in time for back to school, there are a few free deals where you get the entire amount back in Extra Care Bucks. These school supply frees are only available from yesterday through tomorrow. You can get the following full rebates:

Caliber or CVS 1-Subject Notebook (70-80 Sheets)
2-Pocket Poly Portfolio
Caliber or CVS Ball Point Pens
Caliber or CVS 1-Subject Notebook
Caliber or It’s Academic Compass or Protractor
Caliber or It’s Academic Scissors
Caliber or It’s Academic Flexi Ruler
Caliber or It’s Academic Stretchable Book Cover.

Buy two packages of Stayfree Pads at $5 each. You’ll get $5 in Extra Care Bucks. Plus if you use the buy-one-get-one-free coupon from 6/28 Sunday insert, you’ll get both of them for free.

Blink Tears or Gel Tears cost $7.99 at CVS. They will return that whole amount to you in Extra Care Bucks. Plus use the $3/1 coupon from 8/2 Sunday insert to make money.

Electrosol Tabs or Gelpacs: Buy 5 at $4.50 each and get $10 in Extra Care Bucks. Plus if you have multiple coupons, use five of the $2.50/1 coupons from 7/12 Sunday insert to make all five free.

Walgreens

Walgreens has their own form of rebates called Register Rewards.
Vitamin Shampoo or Conditioner is $3.99, and they are offering the full $3.99 back in Register Rewards.

The two-pack of GUM Toothbrushes are $3.49. You’ll get the full cost back in Register Rewards. Plus use the $.75/1 coupon from 6/21 Sunday insert, and they will pay you to take the toothbrushes!

Don’t forget about the other drugstore deals that I posted about yesterday. Enjoy the bounty!

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