Walgreens Coupon Matchups - Oct 12 - 18
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Walgreens Coupon Matchups – Oct 12 – 18

Posted on Monday, October 13th, 2014 at 8:00 am
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Welcome to this week’s Walgreens Coupon Matchups! Below are the best deals this week but be sure to click the button below to see ALL of this week’s coupon matchups!
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Walgreens Balance Rewards
* Get 50 Points for Every $1 Spent on Health & Wellness products and 100 Points for Every $1 spent on Walgreens brands through 11/01/14
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Walgreens Health & Wellness Points Booster Coupon

Valid thru 11/01/14; Must use In-ad Coupon

*Spend $25 or More, Get 5000 Points (=$5.00)
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Walgreens Points Booster Coupon

Valid For 3 Days Only – 10/12 – 10/14; Must use in-ad Coupon

Buy 1 participating Listerine product, Get 1000 Points (=$1.00)
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Listerine Floss, 30 – 55 yds – $2.99
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.99
Final Price: $0.99
Buy 1; Use $1/1 Coupon; Includes 1000 Points (=$1.00)
Buy 2 participating Dove products, Get 2000 Points (=$2.00)
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Dove Men+Care Body & Face Wash, 13.5 oz – $4.99 – B1G1 50% OFF

$4.99 – Prices may vary by store

Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.75
Final Price: $0.75
Buy 2; Use (2) $2/1 coupon; Incudes 2000 Points (=$2.00)
Buy 2 participating Excedrin products, Get 10000 Points (=$10.00)
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Excedrin, 100 ct – $10.00

2/$20 ($10.99 Each)Includes: Extra Strength, Tension or Migraine

Out-of-Pocket Price: $7.50
Final Price: $2.50
Buy 2; Use (2) $2.50/1 Coupons; Includes 10000 Points (=$10.00)
Buy 2 participating Glade products, Get 1000 Points (=$1.00)
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Glade Candle, 3.8 or 4 oz – $3.00

2/$6 ($3.79 Each)

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Out-of-Pocket Price: $2.45
Final Price: $0.95
Buy 2; Use (2) $0.55/1 Coupons; Includes 1000 Points (=$1.00); Includes Ibotta and Checkout 51 Rebates
Cookies, Snacks & Candy
Trident or Dentyne; Mix & Match
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Trident Gum, 14 – 18 piece – $0.75

2/$1.50 ($0.99 Each)

  • $1.00/2 Trident Singles, or 1 Multi-Pack, Bottle, or Bag, 18 ct or Larger 10-12-14 SS – (exp. 11/22/14)
Final Price: $0.25
Buy 2; Use $1/2 Coupon
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M&M’s Candy, 9.9 – 12.6 oz – $2.50

2/$5 ($3.59 Each)

    • $1.50/2 M&M’s Brand Chocolate Candies, 9.9 oz or Larger
    • $1.00/2 Mars Harvest Candies, 9.9 oz or Larger; DND – 8-24-14 RP – (exp. 10/31/14)
    • $1.50/3 Mars brand Candies, 8.67 oz or Larger; Includes M&M’s brand Chocolate, Peanut Chocolate, Pretzel Chocolate, or Variety Fun Size, Snickers, Snickers PB Squared, or Almond variety Fun Size, or Milky Way, Twix, or 3 Musketeers Fun Size Candies; DND – 9-14-14 RP – (exp. 10/31/14)

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Final Price: $1.25
Buy 2; Use $1.50/2 Coupon and $1/2 Walgreens IVC
Home Supplies
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Cottonelle Bathroom Tissue, 12 large rolls – $4.99

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Final Price: $2.99
Buy 1; Use $1/1 Coupon and $1/1 Walgreens IVC
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Scott Naturals Paper Towels, 6 rolls – $4.99

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Final Price: $3.24
Buy 1; Use $0.75/1 Coupon and $1/1 Walgreens IVC
Pharmacy
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Bayer Aspirin, 24 – 36 ct – $1.99

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Final Price: $0.99
Buy 1; Use $1/1 Coupon
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