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Jessica Garringer’s Couponing Deals of the Week


Azo Cranberry Supplement

This week at Walgreens, Azo cranberry supplements for urinary tract infections are on sale for $6. Although you will pay full price for this item at checkout, you will get $6 back in Register Rewards good off your next purchase. When you factor in this savings it is ultimately like you are getting this item for free.

Bayer Glucose Monitor

This week at both Walgreens and CVS, Bayer glucose monitors are on sale for $10. At both stores, you will pay upfront full price for this item, but will be reimbursed through their rewards programs. At CVS, you will get $10 back in Extra Care Bucks good off your next purchase. At Walgreens, you will receive 10,000 Balance Reward Points, which is the equivalent of $10 off your next purchase. In both cases, you ultimately get this item for free after factoring in your reward points.

Colgate Rinse

This week at CVS, Colgate Total or Optic White rinse is on sale for $5.99. Go to www.coupons.com and print out a coupon good for $2 off of one Colgate mouthwash. When you checkout, you will also get $3 back in Extra Care Bucks good off your next purchase. With these savings combined, you will get this item for just 99 cents.

Greek Yogurt

This week at Kroger, you can get one 5.3 ounce cup of Greek yogurt for free. As part of their Free Friday Download, you can visit www.kroger.com/freefridaydownload and upload a coupon for a free cup of Greek yogurt onto your Kroger Plus Card. This coupon is good for Activia Greek, Activa Greek Light, Light & Fit Greek, Yoplait, Oikos or Stonyfield Greek yogurts. Although you can only upload this coupon on Friday, you will have until Jan. 25 to redeem this item.

Mars Chocolate

This week at CVS, Mars chocolate bar singles are on sale for 75 cents each. When you scan your Extra Care card at the Coupon Center inside your local CVS store, you will get a coupon good for 75 cents off a Mars chocolate single. Use this coupon and you will get this item for free.

Pedia Care Medicines

This week at CVS, select varieties of Pedia Care medicines are on sale for $5.99 each. Use the $1 off of one Pedia Care product from the Dec. 8 SmartSource insert. In addition, you will get $5 back in Extra Care Bucks good off your next purchase. When you combine these savings, it is like you are getting this item for free.

Scunci Hair Products

This week at Walgreens, Scunci No-Damage hair elastics are on sale for $2.99. Although you will pay full price for this item upfront, you will get $2 back in Register Rewards at checkout that will be good on your next purchase. This means you ultimately will get this item for just 99 cents.

Sundown Naturals Vitamins

This week at CVS, Sundown Naturals Gummies vitamins are on sale for $7. Use the $2 off of one Sundown Naturals coupon from the Nov. 3 RedPlum insert. This will drop the price you pay upfront to $5. However, when you checkout you will also get $4 back in Extra Care Bucks. When you combine these savings it is like you are ultimately getting this item for just $1.


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