Freebies and Moneymakers from Matchups 3/25-4/1
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Freebies and Moneymakers from Matchups 3/25-4/1

Posted on Friday, March 30th, 2012 at 11:20 am
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Here are the freebies and moneymakers from this week’s matchups!


1. Select got2b Stylers, .35 to 12 oz., excludes trial sizes $5.00 Buy 2, Receive $5.00 Register Reward Use 2 $3.00/1 Got2B Full Size Product from 2/12 Sunday insert Final Price: $1.00 Moneymaker

2. Walgreens TRUEresult Meter $14.99 Buy 1, Submit $14.99 Mail in Rebate Pay $14.99, Submit Mail in Rebate Final Price: Free


1. Gold Emblem Jelly Beans, 7 oz $0.99 Buy 1, Receive $0.99 Extra Bucks, Limit 1 Pay $0.99, Receive $0.99 Extra Bucks Final Price: Free

2. Mars Easter Egg or Bunny Single, 1.1 oz $0.50 Buy 2, Receive $1.00 Extra Bucks, Limit 2 Use $1.00/2 Any Mars Easter Products: M&M’s Chocolate Candies, M&M’s Brand Minis Chocolate Candies, Minis Mix Variety Bags, 3 Musketeers, Twix Minis, Snickers Minis, Milky Way Minis, Dove Silky Smooth Eggs Brands (No Size Restrictions) from  3/18 Sunday insert Pay $0.00, Receive $1.00 Final Price: $1.00 Moneymaker

Rite Aid:

1. Colgate Optic White, 360 Surround or 360 Actiflex Manual Toothbrush, 1 ct $3.49 Use $1.00/1 Colgate 360 Optic White Toothbrush from 3/11 Sunday insert And use $3.00/1 – Colgate Optic White Toothbrush – ( Final Price: Free

2. Carefree Pantiliners $1.00  Use $1.00 Carefree Product from 3/18 Sunday insert Or $0.50/1 – Carefree Product – ( Final Price: Free

3. U by Kotex Liners $1.00 Use $1.00/1 U By Kotex product from 3/25 Sunday insert Or $1.00/1 – U By Kotex product – ( Final Price: Free


1. Colgate Toothpaste, 4.6 oz $1.00 Use $0.50/1 Colgate Kids Toothpaste from 3/25 Sunday insert Or $0.75/1 Colgate Toothpaste from 3/25 Sunday insert Final Price:  As low as free



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