Finally! I’ve had this darn post in the editing queue for almost 48 hours because I couldn’t confirm it to be legit, but I just got back from Walgreens with a bag full of Kleenex and my pockets only a few cents lighter.
Buy 3 boxes of Kleenex Facial Tissue @ $2.29 each.
Use $1/1 coupon from the November Healthy Savings Booklet (it’ll deduct $3).
Use $1.09 coupon found on the front page of their in-store ad.
Use $0.50/3 coupon from SmartSource.
Final price is free!
In actuality, all of the coupons save you $0.23 more than the Kleenex cost, so you’ll have to buy a cheap item like gum or candy. I picked up some peanut butter M&Ms, which cost $0.89 and yet I only paid $0.84 for everything 🙂 My in-store ad also had a Reese’s coupon for $0.49, but I didn’t see it until I got home.
I used the coupons in the order listed above and it worked fine for me. If you think your local store may give you trouble, might I suggest having a look at our Corporate Coupon Policy post?
The photo above shows what I had trouble with. My local Walgreens only had the booklet on the right, however the Kleenex coupon is only in the booklet on the left. Figures. This evening I swung by a Walgreens a few miles away and wouldn’t you know, they were slam-packed with the Healthy Savings Booklet I needed!
[via Money Saving Mom – thanks!]