Big Bags of Pretzel M&Ms for Just $.25 at Walgreens

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This is one seriously SWEET deal on Pretzel M&Ms (hahaha I crack myself up!).

Have you tried these? They are soooo good! You can bet I’ll be doing this deal at Walgreens this week!

M&M’s holiday candy 9.9-12.6 oz ~ 4/$10, Earn $5 Register Reward
– Buy 4 bags of Pretzel M&M’s @ $2.50/each
– Use 4 $1/1 coupons found on Facebook here
– Or, if you don’t have two computers, use 2 $1/1 coupons and 1 $1/2 coupons from the 11/14 Red Plum
– Pay $6 out of pocket
– Earn $5 RR
= $0.25 each after sale, coupons and register rewards!

Thanks, Hip2Save!


  1. glad i checked your page this morning. these are yum!
    even without all four coupons, 50 cents each isn’t too bad.

  2. I am still new at the CVS/Walgreen’s rewards. So If I use my coupons I will pay $6 for 4 bags of candy, and then I will have $5 of “reward” on my card. The $5 on my card is to be used in the future? I am assuming these “rewards” expire? I am not sure if I am organized enough to roll these or not. How frequently do they expire??? Did I ever mention I detest shopping and detest driving in and out of parking lots.

    • Dana — Yes, you’re right. Your out of pocket is $6 (unless you have RR to “roll”) and then you get back $5 in RR.

      Both CVS and Wags give you your rewards on printer receipts. The CVS ones are good for a month. Wags’ ones are good for 2 weeks. That short time frame is one of the reasons that I don’t usually shop at Walgreens. In order to avoid this, if there is a deal that is too good not to do (I consider the pretzel M&Ms to be in that category ;-), then I will immediately use up my Register Rewards – if possible on something that’s on sale, but definitely on something I need (like laundry detergent or TP.) We can go together sometime if you want a shopping buddy (I also don’t love shopping, ironically enough!).

  3. I tried several times to print the FB coupons and it just wouldn’t work for me. I’m taking it as a sign that I don’t need pretzel m&ms, although I am curious to try them.

  4. Well, I did it. It did take a little for the coupons to print, but I was successful in getting 4 of them. The register was a nightmare, but the woman was patient. The M&Ms rang up at $3.49/bag. So I had to have her manually override the price. Then I had another coupon for $5 off of a $20 purchase. Being frugal I made sure my purchases were going to be as close to $20 as possible. When she scanned it, it said $5 off $25. So she had to manually override that too – this is all while a line of customers are staked behind us at 9:59pm and the store closed at 10pm. With all the manual overriding I have no idea how they track inventory using their registers. Anyway we are home with a booty full of purchases, husband impressed, 4 bags of M&Ms for Hanukah gelt, and our $5 coupon for our next venture.

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