‘Walgreens’ Articles

Walgreens Deals ~ 4/23/17 – 4/29/17

Final price is after you calculate future savings with Register Rewards (RR) — read rules!

Final price is after you calculate future savings with Register Rewards (RR) — read rules!

Click the green plus signs to generate personalized shopping lists.

Deals that also make good filler items if you have too many RR since no manufacturer’s coupon needed:

♥ ♥ Arizona Tea or Drink 2 / $1.00 or 79¢

Jell-O Gelatin or Instant Pudding 2 / $1.00 or 79¢ each

Nestle or Airheads Candy 59¢

Nice! Brown or Powdered Sugar (1 pound) 99¢

♥ ♥ Nice! Dozen Eggs 99¢ (limit 2)

Nice! Olives (2.25, 5 or 6 oz) 99¢ (limit 4, w/ ad coupon on p. 2)

Smile & Save Paper Plates (64 pack) 99¢ (limit 8, w/ ad coupon on p. 6)

Nice! Bags (fold & close, freezer or storage) 99¢

Nice! Sugar or Canola or Vegetable Oil (4 pounds / 24-32 oz) $1.79


♥ ♥ Trident Gum   7

$1.59/3 printable
$1.50/3 Ibotta (phone app, future cash back)
Final price:  26¢ each when you buy 3 + possible Ibotta cash back (3 FREE after Ibotta!)

Palmolive Dish Soap (9.5 or 10 oz)  99¢ 
$0.25/1 Coupons.com (gone if not on top, after clicking link)
$0.25/1 Walgreens manf. digital (quick find = “Manufacturers Coupons,” can’t use w/ coupon above)

Final price: 74¢

Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick Deodorant   $1.99
$1/1 Walgreens manf. digital (quick find = “Manufacturers Coupons”)
Final price:  99¢

General Mills Cereal (Honey Nut and Cinn. Toast Crunch shown, 8.9-16.25 oz)  2 / $4.00 or $2.29 each
$0.75/1 printable (Cookie Crisp and Cocoa Puffs, and others available to print)
$0.75/2 Coupons.com (Cheerios, gone if not on top, after clicking link)
$1/3 General Mills Select Cereals 04/09/2017 SS Insert (exp 5/20/17)
$1/3 General Mills Select Cereals 04/09/2017 SS Insert (exp 5/20/17)

$1/3 General Mills Big G or Nature Valley Cereal 03/19/2017 SS Insert (exp 4/29/17)
$1/2 Walgreens manf. digital (quick find = “Manufacturers Coupons,” can’t use w/ coupon above)

Final price: As low as $1.25

♥ ♥ M&M’s Candy (9.9-12.6 oz)   2 / $5.00 or $3.79 each
$1/2 Walgreens monthly store digital (quick find = “Monthly Saving Book” or in booklet at front of store, use w/ coupon below)
$1.50/2 Mars M&M’s Brand Chocolate Candies 04/02/2017 RP Insert (exp 5/20/17)
Final price:  $1.25 each when you buy 2

Skittles or Starburst Candy (8-14 oz)   2 / $4.00 or $2.79 each
$1/2 Skittles Original/Wild Berry, Starburst Original or Juicy Fruit Gum Original/Starburst Strawberry Multipack 04/09/2017 RP Insert (exp 7/2/17)
Final price:  $1.50 each when you buy 2

Truvia Natural Sweetener (40 pack)   2 / $5.00 or $2.99 each
$1.50/1 printable (register)
Final price:  $1.75 each when you buy 2 (only $1 each if you can print 2 coupons)

All Detergent (26-32 loads or 18-22 packs)   $2.99
$1/1 All Product 04/23/2017 RP Insert (exp 5/20/17) 
$0.50/1 Redplum
Final price:  As low as $1.99

Colgate Twin Pack Toothpaste, Total Mouthwash, Power and 360 Toothbrush (two pack)   $5.99
$5.00 RR when you buy 2 (limit 1, What are RR?)
$1.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste 04/23/2017 SS Insert (exp 5/6/17)
$0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste 04/23/2017 SS Insert (exp 5/6/17)
$1.50/1 Colgate Adult or Kid’s Battery Powered Toothbrush 04/23/2017 SS Insert (exp 5/6/17) 
$1.50/1 Colgate 360 Manual Toothbrushes 04/23/2017 SS Insert (exp 5/6/17)
$1.50/1 Colgate Mouthwash or Mouth Rinse 04/23/2017 SS Insert (exp 5/6/17)
$1.50/1 Coupons.com (mouthwash, gone if not on top, after clicking link) NEW
$1.50/1 Coupons.com (twin pack toothpaste, gone if not on top, after clicking link) NEW

$0.75/1 printable (register)
Final price:  As low as $1.99 each when you buy 2 (These are twin packs, so like $1 each.) (after RR factored in)

Nature Valley Granola   Buy One / Get One Free
$1/1 printable
Final price:  Unsure

Glade Automatic Spray Starter Kit   $4.99
$2.00 RR when you buy 1 (limit 1, What are RR?)
$0.55/1 printable
$2/1 SavingStar eCoupon (future savings)
Final price:  $2.44 (or possible future savings) (after RR factored in)

Almay Cosmetics   Buy One / Get One 50%
$4/2 Walgreens monthly store digital (quick find = “Monthly Saving Book” or in booklet at front of store)
Final price:  Varies

Cottonelle Bath Tissue (12 big rolls)  $4.99
$1/1 Cottonelle Toilet Paper 6 Rolls or larger 4/9/2017 RP Insert (exp 5/13/17) 
$0.75/1 printable

$0.50/1 Checkout 51 (phone app, future cash back) 
Final price:  As low as $3.99 + possible Checkout 51 cash back

Viva Paper Towels (6 rolls)  $4.99
$0.75/1 Viva Vantage or Viva Paper Towels 03/12/2017 SS Insert (exp 4/23/17)
$0.50/1 printable
$0.50/1 printable 

$1.50/1 Checkout 51 (phone app, future cash back)
Final price:  As low as $4.24 + possible Checkout 51 cash back (only $2.74 after cash back or 45¢ per roll!)


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+ weekly ad here
+ final price is after future savings with Register Rewards (RR) – more details here
+ details about “points” and Walgreens Balance Rewards
+ coupon policy here
+ most locations give military 15% off regular items and 20% off Walgreens brands every Tuesday, some restrictions

+ load digital coupons here
+ digital coupons are one-time use, for one offer, unless otherwise stated
+ abbreviations we use listed here
+ Multiple manufacturers’ coupons may be listed, but you can only use one for each product purchased.
+ All listed coupons, without printable links, come from Sunday newspaper inserts.
+ Exclusive deal for the Arizona Republic here… $1/week!  (Wed. & Sun. delivery)
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Why? Help! ~ Note from Juli


There are times I wonder what I’m doing, running this website.  Not only do I feel inadequate sometimes, but my life is full … of the good stuff, the bad stuff, and the busy stuff.  Yes, I make some money by doing this, but I could make more if I used my time and energy to invest in something else.  But, it’s not about money.  My husband makes enough money to keep us happy.  So, I always come back to:  Why do I want to add stress to my life?

There are three reasons I can’t escape, no matter how hard I try to convince myself that I’d prefer extra time in my life, to pursue other things . . .

  1.  All of you ~ especially those who email your story, comment, share posts, tag a friend on Facebook, etc.  By doing that, you’re telling me you value what we’re doing.  You become “real” and not just a click on my stat page.  I can quit on clicks, but it’s hard to quit on people who find value in what we’re doing.  Some of you have even shared how much you saved and what it has led to . . . . amazing stories that have made me shed a couple tears, the good kind.  It’s hard to walk away from impacted lives.
  2. Gina ~ super duper assistant who does most everything and makes me wonder what I do sometimes, but something sucks up my time!?!?  I stumbled on this email Gina sent me awhile back, prompting me to do this post.  Seriously, how can I not press on, when I doubt myself?!?“… Our vacations simply would not happen if it weren’t for you and the job you’ve given me.  There wouldn’t be extra money for that, and I love making those memories with my kids and taking them new places and exposing them to new experiences. I love that I can be here every day with my kids when they get home from school.  I love that I can take care of them when they are sick and still work.  I’m grateful that when company comes or my best friend, I can work around my work and enjoy life and them. So, thank you, thank you, thank you.  I truly thank you. You are a blessing to me and my family.
  3.  Me! ~ I really like interacting with you and I gain something from that.  It’s not a one-way thing.  I love bargains and keeping them to myself isn’t as fun.  I love having an outlet, when time and ambition line up at the same time.  :)

More honesty … my income has been decreasing, mostly due to reduced Google ad revenue and coupon printing revenue.  I wonder how long I’ll be able to sustain everything.  It would sadden me, but if I ever began to lose money, it would be clear that it would be time to stop.  That’s where you come in!

I’ve shared this before, but for those who are new, here’s what you can do to help…

  • Use the links we provide vs going directly to a coupon site or buying something we share online.  The majority don’t pay, but some do.  They aren’t huge amounts (many as low as $0.02), but they add up when everyone is using them.
    You can bookmark this for printing from Coupons.com:
  •  I love Amazon and I’m sure you do, too!  When making an Amazon purchase, use the search box on the top left of the website.  If you start there (no matter what you search for), whatever you end up buying will track and I receive a payment.  If you prefer bookmarking it, going through this link will also get me credit.
  • Visit the website often.  Google ads count visitors and the more the merrier.  When you click on the ads, I receive more, but I TRULY only want you to click if interested.  I don’t think it’s fair for advertisers to pay unless you’re really interested.  But, Google matches ads pretty well, so if something comes up that you already searched for and plan to buy or you want more information, please click from there.
  • Tell people about the website … groups or individuals, publicly or privately.  I love seeing people tag their friends on Facebook.  I know you like what you see and value it enough to share it!

As Gina said, “So, thank you, thank you, thank you.  I truly thank you.  You are a blessing to me and my family.”  You really are!  Sure, we work hard, but we get the benefit of knowing that what we invest in isn’t meaningless.   My heart is full, though my days are sometimes sparse in time.  THANK YOU!  ~ Juli

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Don’t See Facebook Updates? ~ Fix It Now!

Many of you say that a lot of posts don’t show up in your Facebook feed.

A couple ways to fix that . . .

  1.  After “liking” the Bargain Believer Facebook page.  Hover over “Following” at the top of the page and make sure “See First” is checked.
  2. Comment and “like” posts often.  This is almost a guarantee (added to above directions) that you’ll see everything.

If you’re not a Facebook fan, there’s a daily email, Twitter, or an RSS feed you can follow.

If all else fails, check the website each day.  Not many days go by without us updating something.


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Please Read This . . . from Juli


I would really appreciate it if you tell others about the Bargain Believer website or Facebook page or daily emails.

The valuable “telling” comes when you specifically track down your friends and tell them they’re missing out because __________.

You fill in the blank with why you’re here.  Hopefully, there’s something we’ve helped you with and you believe someone else can benefit.  Helping people stretch their dollars and realize they may need less than they think to thrive, has been my goal since the day I started.

I didn’t mean to start a business, but realized I could send you to a print a coupon without getting paid or send you to the same one and get paid.  Hmmmm … pay me!  I say I accidentally started a business, but have to purposely pay taxes now.  True story.

This is work.  In reality, I don’t need a job.  I’m spoiled since my husband makes enough to maintain a lifestyle we’re comfortable living, without any income from me.  I often ponder if this website is worth the stress, but then I remember a heartwarming email or comment I received or a new one rolls in at just the right time, to encourage me.  So many of you are counting on me to help you save.  (Insert tears here … really, they’re flowing.  I get emotional about this.)   Sometimes, having this website can overwhelm me, and I want all the responsibility to disappear.  Other times, I can’t imagine life without it, in a good sort of way.   Some of you (most all, really!) have been amazingly supportive over the past 6 1/2 years.

Beyond me, Gina (my amazing helper!) and others along the way, have counted on extra income by helping me.  The reality is, Gina does waaaaay more than I do, for day to day things around here.  Sometimes, I wonder what I even do!  Just keeping up with emails and doing misc. stuff still can consume me, somehow.  But, when I think of quitting, I also think of her … she’s also poured her time/love into this site and the income really helps her family.

This isn’t a doom and gloom post.  I’m not planning on quitting next month, just processing some thoughts “aloud” and asking for your help, in taking some financial worries away.  The truth is that I can’t lose money, especially while also investing so much time in it.  It just doesn’t make sense.  (For the record, I’ve almost always made money.  I don’t want anyone to feel sorry for me!  I’ve just seen revenue drop considerably, over time, even while slowly growing in numbers.  Things are just changing.)

Besides telling your friends, family, and strangers about Bargain Believer, here are a few other specific ways you can help (that aren’t too tortuous, hopefully!)  :)

  • Print your coupons from here — Bookmark it, please!
    There is also a link on the top menu bar on the website.
  • If you do any Amazon shopping, start with our search box on the top left of the page.
    After that, navigate however you want on their site, snagging all the great deals they have!
  • Use any links we provide in posts.
    Some pay us when you buy/print something, others just for clicking.
  • Visit the website often!
    You’re helping in a small way, since you’re viewing Google ads.
    You’re also “telling” Google you love us and they should let our page show up when people search for certain things.

Some of you have been doing this for years.  THANK YOU!  For those of you who had no clue you could help in these ways or any of our back story … now you do.  :)  Thank you for reading all this!


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Thanks for Printing Coupons w/ Our Link ~ Please Bookmark This Page

Printing from here (or many links we provide) is a huge help.
If you would bookmark it, we’d be very grateful!
(There’s also a link on the top menu bar of the website.)

I want to thank everyone who uses our links to print your coupons.  Even printing just one coupon every couple days helps keep the revenue coming in, so I can continue to pay people to help me.  Without their help, I definitely would have quit by now.  It’s just too much work for me to do alone.

 For those who don’t print from our links, please consider it, instead of just going directly to Coupons.com.  If everyone who used this site printed just one or two coupons a week … well, we’d be rich and we wouldn’t want to go anywhere, ever!  :)  We earn a small amount, but it sure adds up with all of you doing it!
If you have a spot to bookmark the link below and use it for coupon prints (that we don’t give you a link for), or when you want to browse.  It would really help!
Thank you!
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Daily Emails (Click on Verification Link!!) & Follow on Facebook!


So many of you have signed up for daily emails from Bargain Believer.  Unfortunately, many of you are not getting them.  If you don’t click on the verification link they send you, you won’t get them.  Check your spam!

Here’s the link if you want to sign up or need the verification link sent again.

You’ll get an automated email every day around 1pm with links to all the posts we did in the previous 24 hours.  It’s a great way to make sure you haven’t missed anything good!


For those not following on Facebook, that’s where we’re most active, so make sure you head over there and “like” our page.  If you want to see the updates in your feed, make sure you also hover over the “liked” on top of the page and check “See First.”  If you don’t, you won’t see most of our posts.

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♥ ♥ Hearts on Lists! ♥ ♥ (Find Best Deals More Easily)

♥ ♥ = We love this deal!  We doubt it will go much lower than this.  Stock up!
♥  = This is a great deal.  If you use this product, get it!

This is pretty self-explanatory, but for those who haven’t noticed yet … we just started adding hearts to the coupon match ups.

As you can imagine, we don’t use every product we have on the lists.  We aren’t 100% sure what a good deal is on everything.  This is just a guideline to get you focused in on some of the best deals.  If you use a lot of something or specifically need a product, it doesn’t mean nothing else on the list is a good deal.  Don’t be afraid of the other deals.  :)

If you ever see something that’s an amazing deal, to you, and we missed marking it … let us know!  We’d love to make sure we highlight it for others, so they don’t miss out.

Hope this makes your life a little easier and helps you save even more!


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Get Facebook Page Updates to Show Up in Feed (New Way!)


I just found a new (at least to me!) setting for pages you follow on Facebook.  One of the most common questions we get is how to see all Bargain Believer posts in your Facebook feed.  It’s frustrating when you want to see something and Facebook just doesn’t show it to you.

We know that commenting, sharing, and “liking” posts helps.  But, it looks like we may have a new option.  Hope this really works!!

Some deals go quickly, so it’s a great way to follow us, if you’re on Facebook a lot.  Plus, we post some added information or have a Facebook-only giveaway from time to time.

Assuming you want to see everything we post  . . .

Supposedly, Bargain Believer posts will show up at the top of your feed.  Give it a try and let us know what happens.



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Is Couponing Worth It?


I was asked (after hearing Safeway will probably be accepting coupons at face value in AZ soon, more here) …

Is couponing worth it?

If you want the short answer … yes, for me.

If you want the long answer, grab your coffee (maybe it’s a smoothie this time of year?) and snuggle up to your computer or mobile, as I share my thoughts.

When, I say “couponing,” I mean using paper coupons (printable, from Sunday paper, & misc. coupons that may show up) or digital coupons you can load directly to your shopping cards.

I only use coupons for products I will use or have a specific purpose for (donating, giving to friends, etc).  I’m not a true “extreme couponer.”  I’ve only seen a couple of the TLC shows, but I’m nothing like what I’ve seen.  I like to call myself an “intentional couponer.”  I use them wisely and save a bunch of money!  I don’t need a trailer to get my groceries home and one bottle of mustard will usually last us until it expires, around my house.

For me, couponing will still be worth it, even if coupons are taken at face value.  (Keep in mind that most of the country can only redeem coupons at face value and many do it.)  There is still money to be saved.

I’m a firm believer that pennies add up to quarters, add up to dollars, add up to $20, etc.  I’ll even still bend down to pick up a penny.  The bonus is a little bit of exercise, if nothing else.  :)

On the other hand, I also value my time.  If I’m finding that saving $3 is taking me an hour, I won’t do it.  My time is worth more than $3/hour.  On the other hand, if it takes me an hour to get ready to go to the grocery store (or an extra hour to run somewhere else & look at ads, etc.) and I end up saving $30 (random number for example) … totally worth my time.  I should say … usually!  There are weeks when I don’t have an hour to spare to save $30, as much as I want to.  I value my sanity more than thirty bucks.

As much as I love the savings and the financial freedom it helps bring to my family, it’s not for everyone.  I have different time, priorities, and needs than you do.  Don’t blindly use coupons, without counting the cost.  There are costs.  I would never deny that!

  • Time — What “wages” are acceptable to you?  Remember, it’s tax-free “income.”
  • Space — How will you store surplus?  Do you have room or need to stick with basics?
  • Sanity — Does the extra clutter (coupons or treasures you get) drive you nuts?
  • Need — Do you need to do it to make ends meet?
  • Want — Do you enjoy using the savings for something else that makes the effort worthwhile?
  • Respect — Does your spouse value the fact that you do it or does it drive him/her nuts?
  • Cost — How much are you spending on newspapers, ink, paper, buying coupons, gas, whatever?

Take a serious inventory of the above list.  Ponder it and calculate it.  If you feel it’s more of a burden, stop — unless you feel it’s a necessity!  (Well, I don’t see how you can resist clicking and loading a few digital coupons.)  :)  Yes, I know I run a coupon website.  Well, I don’t fully see it that way.  I run a money saving website, that often involves coupons, but there’s much more!

Whatever you end up doing with your coupon usage, I hope you stick around Bargain Believer.  We’ll always share deals that have coupons, but we go beyond that.  We want you to have fun with your family, without spending a bunch.  We’ll point you to those deals and other bargains we just can’t seem to keep to ourselves.  As long as there are businesses competing, there will always be bargains out there and we’ll help you find them!  We may even tempt the non-coupon users out there to click and load a digital coupon or even print a coupon every once in awhile.  The coupon/non-coupon line can be crossed at any time.  :)

I was going to share some other ways to save, but I’m afraid you’re falling asleep now.  And, I’m out of time.  Stay tuned … more on saving (beyond coupons) soon!

What do you think?


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Verify Email Subscriptions! ~ Great Way to Follow (Also Facebook, Twitter, or RSS Feed)


If you don’t get the Bargain Believer emails, you may want them.  You will receive one email between 3pm & 5pm, usually around 3pm.  (No, I’m not sitting at my computer at that exact time every single day.  They’re automatic and I never know the precise time they’ll go out.) :)

They will show you everything that was listed since the previous email went out.  It’s an easy way to glance over what was posted that day and make sure you didn’t miss anything.   Fair warning:  You’ll be bugged everyday around 3pm, but you can unsubscribe at anytime.   :)

If you’ve ever signed up to get the daily emails and you’re not getting them, you probably didn’t verify your email.  There is a significant number of people on the email list that haven’t.  Sign up again at this link and make sure to go to your email and click on the link.  It should come right away.

Of course, you can also follow other ways . . . Facebook gets a little extra love sometimes, with quickly disappearing deals, reminders, and just more interaction.  If you use Facebook, it’s another great way to follow.

Make sure “follow” is checked after you have “liked” Bargain Believer (beside the “liked” button).  Even better, hover over the “liked” button and check “get notifications.”  When you’re on Facebook, a little box will pop up when we post something and it will also be listed under your “notifications” tab on top.  As always, the best way to not miss anything is to comment or “like” posts on the Bargain Believer Facebook page …. often!

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