Saturday, January 21, 2012

Walgreen's Scenarios-1/22-1/28

 Not an overly exciting week at Walgreens but there's a few decent possibilities.
This week's scenarios:
Retail Value = $33
OOP = $7.96
Remaining RR's = $4
Net spend =$3.96
Couple of important notes:
1-If you use a register reward from the same manufacturer to pay for another reward deal, the reward deal will not trigger .  Therefore, you cannot roll the transactions one after the other (put one in between).  Don't worry, all the RR's state which manufacturer gave them to you so you can prepare accordingly.
2-You must have as many products as you have manufacturer coupons, including register rewards.  Walgreens in ad and store coupons do not count in the total.  Although register rewards are printed at Walgreens, they state "manufacturer coupon" and therefore count in the total.  Plan to bring a few "cheap" filler items to the register in case your RR gets the dreaded beep.
If you have RRs remaining from last week, you can use them in your first transaction to lower your out of pocket cost.

Transaction #1
Ultimate Flurry Protein Bar 1.6oz $1.99, Get $2 RR 
Buy (2) Triaminic Fever Reducer 2/$10, get $5 RR
Use (2) $3/1 Triaminic Fever Reducer Pain Reliever Product, exp. 2/15/12 (SS 12/04/11)
Pay $5.99, receive $2 RR and $5 RR

Transaction #2
Buy (2) Tylenol 24ct or Liquid 8oz or Children’s Sudafed PE, 4oz 2/$10
Buy (2) Hersheys Candy $.59 with in ad coupon (filler)
$2/1 Tylenol Cold Liquid Product, exp. 3/31/12 (SS 01/15/12) or
Use $2 and $5 RRs from Transaction #1
Pay $.18, receive $5 RR

Transaction #3
Buy (2) Colgate Total Advanced 5.8oz, Sensitive Pro-Relief 4oz 2/$8.00, get $4 RR
Buy (1) Hallmark Party Cup with in ad coupon (filler)
Use–(2) $1/1 Colgate Total Advanced, Optic White, Sensitive Pro-Relief 4oz+ (SS 01/15/12) or
-(2) $1/1 Colgate Total Toothpaste, exp. 2/28/12 (Walgreens Diabetes & You, winter) or
-(2) $1/1 Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste, exp. 1/31/12 (
ALL YOU Dec ’11)
Pay $1.79, receive $4 ECB

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