Walgreens: $0.69 full-size boxes of Wheat Thins and Triscuits after sale, monthly points deal, coupons and cashback!

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TriscuitWe have a GREAT deal on Wheat Thins and Triscuits over at Walgreens this week. They are on sale 2/$5, plus we have coupons, a monthly points deal and cashback offers to stack. Check out the awesome scenario below:

At Walgreens through 3/23:
BUY TWO NABISCO WHEAT THINS 8.5 OR 9.1 OZ, on sale 2/$5
BUY TWO NABISCO TRISCUIT CRACKERS 9 OZ, on sale 2/$5
Get 3000 Balance Rewards points (value $3-$3.75) when you buy $10 of select items (monthly points deal)
Get $1 cashback from Checkout51 when you buy two Triscuit 4.5 oz or larger (through 3/23)
Get $1 cashback from Checkout51 when you buy two Wheat Thins 4.5 oz or larger (through 3/23)
Use two $0.75/2 Nabisco Cookies or Crackers coupons, 3/20 SS insert
Price at Register: $8.50, but get 3000 BR points (value up to $3.75) and $2 total cashback from Checkout51
NET PRICE FOR ALL: AS LOW AS $2.75 (or 69 cents each!)

Thanks Wild for Wags.

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Comments

  1. I love this site, but I find it to be somewhat misleading to use $1.25/1000 BR points when posting deals–most people, including others on couponaholic, use $1/1000 pts. I know the value could be higher for some, but many of us rarely have an order/transaction of $50 or more that doesn’t include earning more BR points (which would therefore be negated by using the points). I think it’s a great money-saving bonus, but I would calculate the extra $10 in that rare instance as just that–a bonus. Maybe something to consider (in posting, at least), to even the playing field for comparing deals?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      We list the range of the points value in all the scenarios. Perhaps we can be a little more careful about using “as low as” in the titles. I know I use that lingo in the scenario most of the time when I write up a deal (like I did here.)

      Most people I know save the points and do big deals for redemption. Maybe that’s not the norm, but it is among my circle.