Walgreens: $1 Clairol Hair Color (reg. $7.99)…or MONEYMAKER for some!

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clairol-nice-n-easy-hair-colorWe have some great deals on Clairol Hair Color over at Walgreens. Through 9/3, they are on sale 2/$12 (must buy two or more to get the $6 per item price), plus you will get $10 Register Rewards for buying $30 of participating P&G products. Check out these amazing deals…

At Walgreens through 9/3:
BUY THREE CLAIROL NICE N EASY HAIR COLORS, on sale 2/$12
BUY TWO CLAIROL NICE N EASY ROOT TOUCH UP, on sale 2/$12
Get $10 Register Rewards for buying $30 of participating P&G
Use two BOGO Get FREE Clairol Root Touch-Up when you buy Clairol Nice N Easy Hair Color coupons, 8/28 P&G insert
and use one $3/1 Clairol Hair Color printable coupon (preclipped)
Price at Register: $15, but get $10 Register Rewards
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $5 (or $1 each!)

However, some of you may have a Clip2Card coupon for 7000 Balance Rewards points (value $7-$8.75) with a $20 purchase. If you have the Clip2Card coupon, that will turn this deal into a $2-$3.75 moneymaker once you factor in all those points you will earn.


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