Walgreens Deals for 9/16/12 – 9/22/12

Walgreens is launching a new loyalty rewards program this week, called Balance Rewards (BR). Details are still a bit sparse, but for now we know that when you purchase certain advertised products each week, you will be rewarded balance points. These points will accrue and can be “cashed in” for in-store credit.

A minimum of 5,000 points is required to cash in for a $5 credit. 40,000 points is equal to a $50 credit.

At least for now, Walgreens will also still feature weekly and monthly Register Rewards (RR) deals.

Stay tuned – as I have more real-life information about how this program will affect your Walgreens deal shopping, I’ll be sure to share.

Blistex Moisture Melt Lip Care – $2.00
Buy One, Get $2 RR
= FREE after RR

Colgate Total or MaxWhite Toothpaste or Toothbrushes – $3.00
Buy Two, Get $3 RR
Use $1/1 Colgate Optic White, Total Advanced or Sensitive Pro-Relief from 9/9 SS Insert
Or use $.75/1 Colgate Max Fresh printable coupon
= As low as $.50 each after coupons and RR

Aussie Hair Care Products – $3.00
Buy Two, Get $2 RR
Use $3/2 Aussie Product from 8/5 RP Insert
= $.50 each after coupon and RR

Kleenex Tissue – $.99 with in-ad coupon
Buy 5, Get $1 RR
Buy 6, Get $1.50 RR
Buy 7, Get $2 RR
Use $0.50/3 Kleenex Tissue from 8/12 SS
Or $.40/3 Kleenex Printable Coupon 

* Deal Idea *
Buy 6 boxes of Kleenex Facial Tissue (70 or 100 sheets) – $5.94 after in-ad coupon
Use (2) $0.50/3 Kleenex Tissue from 8/12 SS
Or use $0.40/3 Kleenex Tissue printable coupon
Pay as low as $4.94 out of pocket
Get back $1.50 RR
= $3.44 after coupons and RR = $0.57 per box

Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers – $8.99
Buy One, Earn 1,000 BR points
Use $2/1 Huggies Package Little Movers Slip-On Diapers from 9/16 SS
Or use $2/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diaper printable coupon (you have to share the offer with three friends to print the coupon)
Then use $2/1 Huggies Slip-On Diapers Walgreens coupon found in Walgreens September Coupon Book (found at front of the store)
Pay $4.99 Out of Pocket
Get back 1,000 Balance Rewards points (= $1 reward to spend at Walgreens)
= Like paying $3.99 per package after coupons and BR
(Note that you will need a filler if this is the only thing you are purchasing, since the number of coupons must equal or be less than the number of products purchased. More on fillers HERE.)

Are you planning a Walgreens run this week? What’s on your list?


  1. I thought you don’t need a filler for wags store coupons. Just using one manufacturers q on Huggies scenario

  2. FrugalEngineer says

    The way I see the Kleenex deal, by the time you’ve ‘invested’ in the first 6 boxes you may as well buy a 7th. That extra box gets you 50 cents more in RR. Given that the box cost you 99 cents (since no Q) you effectively get it for 49 cents. That’s less than the per box price for the first 6! In a house with this many allergies I sure know my kleenex prices. LOL

    And I don’t see why the Huggies deal needs a filler. One Q is a MQ, the other is a Store Q. Those can be used together just like can be done anywhere, like Target or HyVee. The number of MQ can’t exceed the items purchased and the number of WagsQ can’t exceed the items purchased. Otherwise, you’re good to go.

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