$.93 Glade Candles at Walgreen with New Coupon
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$.93 Glade Candles at Walgreen with New Coupon

Posted on Thursday, May 29th, 2014 at 1:30 pm
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Buy any 2 Glade Jar Candles, get 1 freeWe have a brand new Glade candle coupon for  Buy any 2 Glade Jar Candles, get 1 free that we can use combine with other coupons for an incredible deal at Walgreens this week:

Buy 3 Glade Candles – 2/$6 (or $3.29 Each)
Buy 2 participating Glade products, Get 1000 Points (=$1.00)
– Use (2) $0.55/1 Glade Jar Candle or Wax Melts – 5-4-14 SS – (exp. 06/14/14)
– And use Buy any 2 Glade Jar Candles, get 1 free
Stacks With – $0.50/1 Glade Jar Candle; May Vary By Account – Checkout 51
Stacks With – $0.50/1 Glade Jar Candles, Single Count Only – Ibotta
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.63 ea
Final Price: $.97 ea
Buy 3; Use (2) $0.55/1 Coupons and (1) B2G1 Free coupon; Includes 1000 Points (=$1.00), $0.50 Checkout 51 and $0.50 Ibotta Savings

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