Walgreens: Well Beginnings Diapers $4.75 Each!

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Keeping with our theme today, there is a new coupon for Well Beginnings Diapers that pairs nicely with a sale this week at Walgreens!

Well Beginnings Jumbo Pack Diapers 2/$11 ($6.99 each) ~ through Saturday, September 20th
$1.50/1 Well Beginnings Diapers
Final Price (each):  $4.75!

Rite Aid: Freebies & Cheapies 9/14-9/20!

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New Information

The Single Check Rebate Program ended 1/1/13.

Starting September 2nd, all UP Rewards earned will be loaded directly to your Wellness+ account.  You may opt out of that program at the register.  In addition, they will not be available for use until 6am the day after receiving them.

These are not in ascending order.

The coupon policy has been updated.  If you missed my post, you can read all about it HERE.  All of the match-ups reflect these changes.

Old Information

I am now ONLY using online prices in my match-ups. I had been using my actual store prices, but that proved equally frustrating for many people. While I realize that online prices are equally frustrating, they’re relatively accurate for some. Since they’re about the same in that regard, it’s easier to use online prices! For new items not yet in their online store, I will use my store prices.

Finally, please keep your Wellness + discount in mind. These deals are calculated assuming you have no discount, so you may need to adjust accordingly.

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Walgreens: Freebies & Cheapies 9/14-9/20!

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy for more information.

General Information

The Walgreens Coupon Policy has changed!  Get up to speed with the new rules here.

The amounts for the Balance Rewards redemption have changed!  You can now redeem just $1 if you need to! If you missed it,  the Balance Rewards program is in full swing.  You’ll see many items below that earn points.  I’ve included this quick reference chart here, so you can see the point breakdown.  I’ve deducted the cash equivalent of the point value from the final cost of each item.

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CVS: Freebies & Cheapies 9/14-9/20!

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Latest News

  

On 8/23,  CVS  announced that they’ll be reducing the ECB  length on our receipts by 25%, and next year, we’ll be able to load all offers directly to our ExtraCare Cards.     You can see that statement here.

Always be sure and scan your card at Big Red!  We’re getting great coupons lately!

General Information

This list is printable!

Here are some easy use notes for you.

You’ll see a check box next to the sale item.  You can check that box and it will add it to your printable list box in the bottom right corner of your screen.  When you’ve added all the items you want to buy to the list, you can click on the *My List* tab to print them.

CVS has also released a new corporate coupon policy.  Make sure you print a copy and take it with you when you shop.  If this is new to you, you can read more about the changes to Buy One Get One Free sales and coupons HERE. 

Keep in mind that CVS ads can be extremely regional.  You may find price variations in the sale items or they may not be on sale in your area at all.

I am now ONLY using online prices in my match-ups. I had been using my actual store prices, but that proved equally frustrating for many people. While I realize that online prices are also frustrating, they’re relatively accurate for some. Since they’re about the same in that regard, it’s easier to use online prices! For new items not yet in their online store, I will continue to use my store prices.

This list includes all the items under $1, most of the ECB deals and many, MANY more.  Because I’m still doing most of the ad,  every link isn’t tested, as I don’t buy everything that’s on sale and I’m too cheap to waste the ink. Let me know if one doesn’t work, if my math has taken a nose dive or I’ve missed a coupon somewhere.

Need more help?  Please send me a message to dontmakemenuts@gmail.com

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FREE $10 CVS Cash Card with $30 Purchase

 

Rite Aid: Freebies & Cheapies 9/7-9/13!

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy for more information.

New Information

The Single Check Rebate Program ended 1/1/13.

Starting September 2nd, all UP Rewards earned will be loaded directly to your Wellness+ account.  You may opt out of that program at the register.  In addition, they will not be available for use until 6am the day after receiving them.

These are not in ascending order.

The coupon policy has been updated.  If you missed my post, you can read all about it HERE.  All of the match-ups reflect these changes.

Old Information

I am now ONLY using online prices in my match-ups. I had been using my actual store prices, but that proved equally frustrating for many people. While I realize that online prices are equally frustrating, they’re relatively accurate for some. Since they’re about the same in that regard, it’s easier to use online prices! For new items not yet in their online store, I will use my store prices.

Finally, please keep your Wellness + discount in mind. These deals are calculated assuming you have no discount, so you may need to adjust accordingly.

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Walgreens: Freebies & Cheapies 9/7-9/13!

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy for more information.




General Information

The Walgreens Coupon Policy has changed!  Get up to speed with the new rules here.

The amounts for the Balance Rewards redemption have changed!  You can now redeem just $1 if you need to! If you missed it,  the Balance Rewards program is in full swing.  You’ll see many items below that earn points.  I’ve included this quick reference chart here, so you can see the point breakdown.  I’ve deducted the cash equivalent of the point value from the final cost of each item.

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CVS: Freebies & Cheapies 9/7-9/13!

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy for more information.

 


 

Latest News

  

On 8/23,  CVS  announced that they’ll be reducing the ECB  length on our receipts by 25%, and next year, we’ll be able to load all offers directly to our ExtraCare Cards.     You can see that statement here.

Always be sure and scan your card at Big Red!  We’re getting great coupons lately!

General Information

This list is printable!

Here are some easy use notes for you.

You’ll see a check box next to the sale item.  You can check that box and it will add it to your printable list box in the bottom right corner of your screen.  When you’ve added all the items you want to buy to the list, you can click on the *My List* tab to print them.

CVS has also released a new corporate coupon policy.  Make sure you print a copy and take it with you when you shop.  If this is new to you, you can read more about the changes to Buy One Get One Free sales and coupons HERE. 

Keep in mind that CVS ads can be extremely regional.  You may find price variations in the sale items or they may not be on sale in your area at all.

I am now ONLY using online prices in my match-ups. I had been using my actual store prices, but that proved equally frustrating for many people. While I realize that online prices are also frustrating, they’re relatively accurate for some. Since they’re about the same in that regard, it’s easier to use online prices! For new items not yet in their online store, I will continue to use my store prices.

This list includes all the items under $1, most of the ECB deals and many, MANY more.  Because I’m still doing most of the ad,  every link isn’t tested, as I don’t buy everything that’s on sale and I’m too cheap to waste the ink. Let me know if one doesn’t work, if my math has taken a nose dive or I’ve missed a coupon somewhere.

Need more help?  Please send me a message to admin@dontmakemenuts.com

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Buy $30 Get $10 ECB (lim 1)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

CVS: Freebies & Cheapies 8/31-9/6!

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy for more information.

 


 

Latest News

  

On 8/23,  CVS  announced that they’ll be reducing the ECB  length on our receipts by 25%, and next year, we’ll be able to load all offers directly to our ExtraCare Cards.     You can see that statement here.

Always be sure and scan your card at Big Red!  We’re getting great coupons lately!

General Information

This list is printable!

Here are some easy use notes for you.

You’ll see a check box next to the sale item.  You can check that box and it will add it to your printable list box in the bottom right corner of your screen.  When you’ve added all the items you want to buy to the list, you can click on the *My List* tab to print them.

CVS has also released a new corporate coupon policy.  Make sure you print a copy and take it with you when you shop.  If this is new to you, you can read more about the changes to Buy One Get One Free sales and coupons HERE. 

Keep in mind that CVS ads can be extremely regional.  You may find price variations in the sale items or they may not be on sale in your area at all.

I am now ONLY using online prices in my match-ups. I had been using my actual store prices, but that proved equally frustrating for many people. While I realize that online prices are also frustrating, they’re relatively accurate for some. Since they’re about the same in that regard, it’s easier to use online prices! For new items not yet in their online store, I will continue to use my store prices.

This list includes all the items under $1, most of the ECB deals and many, MANY more.  Because I’m still doing most of the ad,  every link isn’t tested, as I don’t buy everything that’s on sale and I’m too cheap to waste the ink. Let me know if one doesn’t work, if my math has taken a nose dive or I’ve missed a coupon somewhere.

Need more help?  Please send me a message to admin@dontmakemenuts.com

Grocery
Personal Care
Health Care
Household Products
Seasonal
Buy $30 Get $10 ECB (lim 1)

 

Walgreens: Freebies & Cheapies 8/31-9/6!

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy for more information.



General Information

The Walgreens Coupon Policy has changed!  Get up to speed with the new rules here.

The amounts for the Balance Rewards redemption have changed!  You can now redeem just $1 if you need to! If you missed it,  the Balance Rewards program is in full swing.  You’ll see many items below that earn points.  I’ve included this quick reference chart here, so you can see the point breakdown.  I’ve deducted the cash equivalent of the point value from the final cost of each item.

Capture

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Personal Care
Health Care
Household

 

Rite Aid: Freebies & Cheapies 8/31-9/6!

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy for more information.

 



New Information

The Single Check Rebate Program ended 1/1/13.

Starting September 2nd, all UP Rewards earned will be loaded directly to your Wellness+ account.  You may opt out of that program at the register.  In addition, they will not be available for use until 6am the day after receiving them.

These are not in ascending order.

The coupon policy has been updated.  If you missed my post, you can read all about it HERE.  All of the match-ups reflect these changes.

Old Information

I am now ONLY using online prices in my match-ups. I had been using my actual store prices, but that proved equally frustrating for many people. While I realize that online prices are equally frustrating, they’re relatively accurate for some. Since they’re about the same in that regard, it’s easier to use online prices! For new items not yet in their online store, I will use my store prices.

Finally, please keep your Wellness + discount in mind. These deals are calculated assuming you have no discount, so you may need to adjust accordingly.

Grocery
Personal Care
Health Care
Household Products
Seasonal
Back to School