Walgreens: Children’s Wal-Dryl Liquid and Allergy Pills as low as $0.99 per item (reg. $5.49+)

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We have a really nice deal on Children’s Allergy Meds at Walgreens. Wal-Dryl children’s medicines are on sale BOGO 50% OFF this week, plus we have a monthly deal running for 5000 points when you buy two select Wal-Dryl. There are some really nice deals to be had and they don’t require any coupons. Check out the scenarios below.

At Walgreens through 5/20 when weekly sale ends:
BUY TWO CHILDREN’S WAL-DRYL ALLERGY 18 CT, on sale BOGO 50% OFF $5.49 ($8.23 for two with sale)
Get 5000 Balance Rewards points (value $5-$6.25) for buying two
No coupons used
Price at Register: $8.23, but get 5000 BR points (worth up to $6.25)
NET PRICE FOR ALL: AS LOW AS $1.98 (or 99 cents each!)

BUY TWO CHILDREN’S WAL-DRYL OR WAL-DRYL PE LIQUID 4 OZ, on sale BOGO 50% OFF $5.79 ($8.68 for two with sale)
Get 5000 Balance Rewards points (value $5-$6.25) for buying two
No coupons used
Price at Register: $8.68, but get 5000 BR points (worth up to $6.25)
NET PRICE FOR ALL: AS LOW AS $2.43 (or $1.21 each!)


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Comments

  1. Thanks for info. It would be more helpful to see breakdowns of points earned in true amounts rather than what one Could earn. Lots of people don’t do high value trips over $40-50..so the final breakdowns like Net price for all, should show the real cost vs if one would happen to buy the item with other things and spend over $50. I understand it does say as low as…but it gets confusing. Would much rather see what the deal is actually worth. For me, 5000 pts is $5, I understand what it Can be but that is what it is alone. Thanks