$33 Walgreens Challenge – Trip #3

I made another trip to Walgreens this morning to roll my $5RR from my last trip in my $33 Walgreens Challenge! Through today (Sat., July 23) you can get free Milka chocolate and free Dove Care for Men 6 pack Soaps!

Unfortunately, my local Wags was out of the Milka chocolate, so I got a raincheck for 4 as I have 4 – $1 off coupons. Here’s how you get them for free: Print as many of the $1/1 coupons from here and combine them with the $1/2 Walgreens coupons that’s located in the July coupon booklet. Hand over your manufacturer coupons first to avoid register beeping. And voila ~ free chocolate! I did buy 3 of these already when I was in Missouri and it worked for me with no problems.

The Dove for Men soap is on sale for $6 each. Buy 2 and get a $4 RR. To get these for free, use 2 – $4 Dove coupons from the 6/26 RP.

The lip gloss was on clearance for .50 ea. I’m stocking up on stocking stuffers for Christmas!

My total after coupons came to $3.04 which I put on my gift card. I have $24.48 left on my gift card and $4 RR to roll next time!

Did you get any good deals at Walgreens this week? Here are my purchases from Trip #2. And here are my purchases from Trip #1.

 

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Comments

  1. mwahahaha! I can totally relate to the thrifting, the ADD and the pile-o-sweaters! C's mittens look cute, and I will stay tuned to see what comes of B's hat. :-P
  2. You're cracking me up! We are sewing with felt to make our Christmas gifts and projects this year too. I wish I would have thought about how cool it is to felt sweaters first, rather than just buy boring old felt by the yard (and it's not even wool, but don't tell anyone.) Thank you for visiting this morning, I appreciate your comment, it is hard to let go, it takes many years and it is never entirely possible, is it?
  3. Thanks for visiting and linking up! I did get your email, and I promise to get back to you by the end of the week. It's a crazy week! I do like the idea. I hear you about the projects. I was a diehard knitter and making a lot of projects up until last school year. I got back into knitting again a month ago by doing socks. As projects go, they're portable, fairly quick, yet complicated enough to keep my brain occupied. I did a pair for my 8 year old, and finished another pair for the almost 5 year old last night. Next up is a pair for my 6 year old.
  4. I think I bought the rest of the wool sweaters for making my sweater coat... unless there's a bunch of donations here soon in the QC, there won't be many left. :)

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