1/06/2010

Walgreens HOT water deal. Are you still shopping at Walgreens??



If you are still shopping at Walgreens here is a deal thanks to Hip 2 Save. Walgreens has yet another new unadvertised monthly Register Reward deal: Buy $20 worth of Pepsi products (Tostitos, Doritos, Aquafina, Pepsi product 12 packs, Pepsi Product 2 Liters are included + more), get a $10 Register Reward back!

Here’s a sweet deal that you can score this week:

Buy 4 cases of Aquafina water (24 pks) on sale for $5.99
Total=$23.96
Use the weekly in ad coupon which will make each pack of Aquafina $3.99
Pay $15.96 (+ tax)
Get back a $10RR

Final cost 96 bottles of water for just $5.96! That equals out to just $0.06 per bottle!
Please note: From Hip 2 Save.... The in ad coupon above does state limit 2, however, I’ve never had a problem purchasing more than the limit stated on the in ad coupons. Also,  when you buy 4 Aquafina cases, you’ll ONLY need to use one in ad coupon–which will deduct the correct amount off each case purchased!
From Tiffany~ Use your own judgement as to how you feel about it. 
**This Pepsi Register Reward deal will be advertised in the 1/17 weekly ad. Pepsi 12 packs will be on sale 5/$15, 2 Liters will be on sale 4/$5, and Tostitos will be on sale 2/$5! If you’re needing to stock up on soda and chips, the week of 1/17 will be the time to do it!

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4 comments:

Ramsey said...

Okay, I know this is a lame question, but what is a Walgreens Register Reward? Does it come off at the register or is it like CVS extra bucks where I get cash back in a coupon form but I have to use that money in that store?
Thanks.

The Mom said...

Ramsey!
A RR comes off the register like a ECB but not attached to your receipt. It is like a catalina. Yes you have to use it in that store and they expire within 10 days.

Ramsey said...

Awesome. Thanks Tiff! :)

Electra said...

I always figure that if Walgreens wants to use in-ad coupons instead of sales, I should treat them like coupons instead of sales. Which is to say, if the coupon has a limit on it, that means you just need a second coupon, unless it says "per transaction" on it. If they're going to use semantics to be able to advertise a sale and hope that people forget to scan the barcode and get it, we should be able to use the same sort of semantics to take full advantage of the sale. =)