HOT! HOT! HOT! New $1.50/1 Dove & $1.50/1 Degree Coupon (Only $.12 this week but a Possible $2.50 Moneymaker 11/23 at Walgreens!)

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$1.50 off any Dove Anti-perspirantsWe got a couple new deodorant coupons this morning that will make for some great deals this week. But, there is a possible moneymaker on 11/23 when the two ads overlap each other! Make sure you print these now because I don’t expect them to last very long!

$1.50/1 ANY Dove Anti-perspirants printable (preclipped)
$1.50/1 Degree Women motionSENSE product printable (preclipped)

At Walgreens (this week):
BUY TWO DOVE OR DEGREE DEODORANTS – on sale BOGO 50% off $3.49 (Degree) or BOGO 50% off $3.99 (Dove)
Get 2,000 Balance Rewards Points when you buy two Dove or Degree Deodorant
use two $1.50/1 ANY Dove Anti-perspirants printable (preclipped)
or use two $1.50/1 Degree Women motionSENSE product printable (preclipped)
Price at register: $2.24 but receive 2,000 BRP
Net Price: $.24 ($.12 each!) for Degree or $.50 each for Dove go Fresh or go Sleeveless

At Walgreens (possible double dip 11/23):
BUY TWO DOVE OR DEGREE DEODORANTS – on sale BOGO 50% off $1.99
Get 2,000 Balance Rewards Points when you buy two Dove or Degree Deodorant
use two $1.50/1 ANY Dove Anti-perspirants printable (preclipped)
or use two $1.50/1 Degree Women motionSENSE product printable (preclipped)
Price at register: $0 but receive 2,000 BRP
Net Price: $2 – $2.50 MONEYMAKER (hopefully!)

At Walgreens (starting 11/24):
BUY ONE DOVE OR DEGREE DEODORANTS – on sale $1.99
use one $1.50/1 ANY Dove Anti-perspirants printable (preclipped)
or use one $1.50/1 Degree Women motionSENSE product printable (preclipped)
Net Price: $.49 

Extreme Couponing Tip: You can usually get two prints of most internet coupons. To find them in the easiest possible way, use our preclipped links that take you right to the coupon. Then come back and click the same link to get your 2nd print. This will save you the time spent searching for the coupon.

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Comments

  1. The Dove coupon isn’t for ANY deodorant (i.e. the cheaper ones), just the premium deodorants

  2. I tell you what. All of the double dip deals on Saturday are setting me up for 40,000 points to start Black Friday deals off with. What a fantastic way to start!

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I know… I spent my points down in 40K blocks a while back and I need another 20K or so myself so I can do bigger transactions next week :)

  3. I haven’t shopped at Walgreens since they started doing the balance rewards. Could you buy 4 of the deodorants and get 4000 points in one transaction? Or would you have to separate them?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Yes. When the offers are based on how many of an item you buy, you can get multiples. When it is based on a certain dollar amount spent, you can only do it once per transaction.

  4. paula bryson says:

    The ad here says buy one get one at 50% off… not BOGO free, so here the deal is not so great.

  5. Hi Steve!

    I have 2 Walgreens close by. One is open 24 hours and the other isn’t. Do you have any insight as to which one I may have luck doing these “double dip” scenarios at? I’m thinking the one that isn’t open 24 hours…

    Thanks

    • Monica Bragg says:

      The one that isn’t open 24 hours will probably turn the other sale on around 4pm. I don’t know about the 24 hr store.

      • WOW! Thanks Monica! I didn’t realize they could start that early! I’m going to experiment this Saturday! Thanks

        • Monica Bragg says:

          No problem. Just have them price check it first before you start checking out and make sure they are ringing up at the right price ;)

  6. I’m confused. If the $1.50/1 pre-clipped coupon is just for the premium deodorants, not the cheaper ones, (see Missy’s comment up on top) why do you have it posted as a coupon to use with the 11-23 double dip sale?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      The whole size range 2.6-3 oz is listed for the $1.99 sale next week. It probably will double dip. (Remember that is a Black Friday week sale next week.)

  7. Is there a limit on how many points I can get on an item? IE, if I get 8 of each of the Degree and Dove, will I get 1600 points?

    Also, I have never redeemed any points, is there anything to consider, IE Lessons learned?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      You will get 2000 points for each pair, but check the fine print on the coupons. You may not be able to do that in one shopping trip. (I haven’t looked at the fine print yet, but I think those are all Unilever products and oftentimes coupons have limits of two. I’m not saying they do…I’m just advising you to double-check.)

      With point redemption there is one simple rule – NEVER redeem points on a transaction where you expect to earn points. If you redeem points, you won’t earn the new ones.

      Another suggestion is that you redeem points in the largest block possible. When you redeem 5000 points for $5, you are only getting $1 per thousand points. When you redeem 18K for $20, you are getting $1.11 per thousand points. When you redeem 30K points for $35, you are getting $1.17 per thousand points. Finally, when you redeem 40K points for $50, you are getting $1.25 per thousand points.

  8. Will this work for the adrenaline series Q for Degree and/or the Dove for Men coupon again? Or is it just for female deodorants? Thanks!!!

  9. I am confused if they are $1.99 for the first one and $1 for the second and I use $1.50 q on each won’t the second coupon beep and have to be reduced to $1? So for 2 of them it will be $.49 for 2. Plus you would get 2,000 points. How would this work out to 0 op?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      No, the second coupon will beep, but it will go through for up to $1.48. On a BOGO/BOGO 50% OFF sale, the corporate rule is that you can use two coupons up to the cost of the two items. Now is there a chance that your cashier won’t know the rules? Very possible.