You’ll find a list of this week’s Walgreens deals here.
If you’re new to The Drugstore Game, these new starter transactions will help you get your feet wet and show you how The Drugstore Game can save you money on things you already buy. If you don’t understand the transactions, read my Drugstore Game Primer, Common Sense with Money’s FAQ (which has a handy explanation of acronyms), and my explanation of How to Play The Drugstore Game at Walgreens. In these transactions, I assume that you do not have any Register Rewards to start with.
1 Complete Multi-Purpose Solution @ $8
$1/1 Complete Multi-Purpose Solution 7/31 Smart Source
Pay: $7 + tax
Receive: $8 RR
1 Crayola Washable Markers @ $2
2 Raisin Bran Cereal @ $2.50 each
2 Cheez-It and/or Keebler crackers @ $2.50 each
1 Sharpie 2-pack @ $0.69 with in-ad coupon 1 Wexford Pocket Folder with prongs @ $0.11
Tax $1.20 + tax
Receive: $2 RR for Crayola + $5 RR for Raisin Bran/Crackers
1 Allegra 24 Hour Allergy Relief @ $6.99
1 Goody Color Collection Snap Clip @ $2
1 Wexford Pocket Folder with prongs @ $0.11
$2/1 Allegra, Children’s Product, or Allegra D printable
$2 RR from previous transaction
$5 RR from previous transaction
Pay: $0.10 + tax
Receive: $2 RR for Goody + $6.99 Mail-In-Rebate for Allegra (found in 7/31 Smart Source)
In sum, you’ll pay
$7.10 $8.30 + tax for contact solution, markers, 2 boxes of cereal, 2 boxes of crackers, allergy meds, hair clips, and 2 folders. I think the mail-in-rebate could go either way – because your out of pocket total is so low on the receipt, there’s a chance the manufacturer might refuse to honor the rebate. But, if it goes through, then your total cost is really only $0.11 $1.31 + tax + $0.44 for the stamp!
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