Money Maker Deal on Scrubbing Bubbles & Windex
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Money Maker Deal on Scrubbing Bubbles & Windex

Posted on Monday, March 2nd, 2015 at 11:19 am
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Windex, Scrubbing Bubbies, Pledge and Shout

Stock up this week on household cleaners with this incredible MONEY MAKER deal at Walgreens! First, head on over HERE to take a fun quiz and then have access to a coupon for $1.50 off when you buy any participating brand: Windex, Scrubbing Bubbies, Pledge and Shout –  when you share it.

Then head to Walgreens to snag this deal:

Buy (1) Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Gel 6 ct $3.00 and Buy (1) Windex 26 oz $3.00
Use (2) $1.50 off when you buy any participating brand: Windex, Scrubbing Bubbies, Pledge and Shout Coupon
Pay Out of Pocket: $3.00 + get back $2 Register Rewards

Then submit these app rebates:

– $1.00 Cash back on Windex® Any variety. Excludes Windex® Foaming Glass Cleaner and Windex® Electronics Wipes – Checkout 51
$1.00 Cash back  Scrubbing Bubbles® Toilet Any variety. Excludes Scrubbing Bubbles® Bathroom products.- Checkout 51
– Get $1 Bonus from Checkout51 for redeeming (2) Offers
–  $1/1 Any Glass Cleaner Snap Deposit

Final Price: $3.00 MONEY MAKER after coupons and rebates

See more of this week’s great Walgreens deals HERE!


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