Walgreens: FREE Advil Tablets through Tomorrow and $.79 Libby’s Pumpkin (starting 11/15)

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advil-film-coated-tablets_1Did you know that the MobiSave App is now available on Android devices? Yep, that means that everyone can participate in the MobiSave deals now! That also means that you can get FREE Advil Tablets at Walgreens through tomorrow. Also, if you printed the Libby’s Pumpkin coupon then you can get a can for only $.79 each, starting 11/15!

At Walgreens (thru 11/14):
Get $2/1 Advil 10 ct or larger MobiSave Offer
use one $3/1 Advil Film-Coated Tablets 40 ct or larger printable coupon
use one $1/1 Advil Pain Relief 40 or 50 ct or PM 20 ct Walgreens November Coupon Booklet
Price at register: $.99 but receive $2 MobiSave deposit
Net Price: $1.01 MONEYMAKER!!

At Walgreens (starting 11/15):
BUY ONE LIBBY’S 100% PUMPKIN 15 oz – on sale $1.29 with in ad coupon
use one $.50/1 Libby’s 100% Pure Pumpkin 15 oz Can printable coupon (no longer available)
Net Price: $.79

Thanks Wild for Wags

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  1. You can actually make this a huge moneymaker if you have the Savingstar Rebate app. There are three Advil rebates(if you were able to activate them) that this product qualifies for worth 6 dollars total. So with the mobisave it makes it free plus 6 dollar moneymaker.

  2. Wouldn’t the Advil be $.99 at register after coupons? (not $1.99)

    • Monica Bragg says:

      Yep, I think you are right!

      • Just did this deal–the post was actually written up correctly to begin with, except for the sale price. The Advil is on sale for $5.99, so $4.99 *after* Walgreens coupon. Price after coupons would be $1.99.