Walgreens 11/26 (Steve) – Paid $0 for $13.47 of Merchandise (100% Saved!)

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walgreens-112615Walgreens has a really crummy Thanksgiving/Black Friday ad. Usually this sale would have a dozen or more free items in it, but this year they cut WAY back. I only shopped because I was headed to CVS (which is across the street) and I had a Register Reward that was due to expire soon.

So…although it’s not impressive, here are the details of my trip:

ONE GILLETTE VENUS EMBRACE RAZOR 1 CT, on sale $5.50 (regular price $7.49)
Get 2000 Balance Rewards points (value $2-$2.50) when you buy Gillette Venus Embrace Razor 1 ct
Used one $3/1 Gillette or Venus Razor coupon, 11/1 P&G newspaper insert
Price at Register: $2.50, but received 2000 Balance Rewards points (value $2.50)

TWO SCUNCI NO DAMAGE HAIR ELASTICS 18 CT, on sale 2/$3 (regular price $2.99)
Get $3 Register Rewards for buying two Scunci No Damage 18 ct
No coupons used
Price at Register: $3, but received $3 Register Rewards

Total Retail Value of All Merchandise: $13.47
Net Price Paid for Everything: $0
Savings Rate (excluding tax): 100.0%

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  1. ladybugpam says:

    You may have a venus offer on checkout 51:) happy turkey day, Steve!!!

  2. There was an ibotta for Scunci

  3. I would love to know where to get coupons

    • Monica Bragg says:

      We tell you exactly where the coupons are located in our posts. If there is a printable we will have a link to that coupon and the other coupons come from the Sunday papers.