Wednesday, October 7, 2009

FREE Super PoliGrip at Walgreens or Ralph's or Rite Aid (+ Make Money)!

You can snag FREE Super PoliGrip at Walgreens, Rite Aid or Ralph's! All you need to do is go on over here , fill out the simple form and answer 2 questions. You will then be able to print a coupon to snag FREE Super PoliGrip at any one of the stores listed above!

Also, Amy emailed to let me know starting Sunday, 10/11, Rite Aid will have the new Super PoliGrip priced at just $1.99 with a $1.99 rebate! Plus, you can use the coupon from above to snag FREE PoliGrip + make $1.99! I LOVE the fact that we sometimes get paid to buy products! Amazing!

**ONLY one coupon is allowed per household! Also, I printed my coupon and it has an expiration date of 10/11, so you may want to hold off on printing yours if you're not going to be using it soon.


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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

It won't let me - it says that my cookies are turned off.

The Hansen Family said...

I also noticed that Super Poligrip is on the Caregivers Marketplace. Submit for a 75 cent rebate and it's almost a $3 moneymaker!

Ashley said...

Anon, it said that to me to, but just go up to the top where the address is and delete everything after promo. it should take you to the sign up page then. also, thanks Hip2Save, my mom wears dentures and will love getting free Poligrip!

jamie said...

there was a coupon for free poligrip in my redplum this week...

Gina S. said...

The FREE coupon was in my 10/04 RP. I have 10. I will donate them to old people somewhere. Yay!

Gina S. said...

i just looked the CM website. the rebate is for the bigger size Super Poligrip... not the size for the free coupon from 10/04 RP. bummer.

MalibuBeachBum said...

Printed for me! Thanks!

The Thorn Family said...

thanks for the tip Ashley! i had given up until i read your comment. :)

Anonymous said...

DO you feel it is alright to use a coupon for a particular product that is not the exact item you are getting. IE: Using a coupon for Dove deodorant (regular strength) but the coupon is for prescription strength?

peggy said...

For all you seniors out there,Walgreens has started their senior discount again.Every Wednesday you can get 15%off and 20%off Walgreens own brand.

The Hansen Family said...

Anon 8:43 - I personally don't feel that it's right. I can't imagine that the store would get reimbursed if the wrong product was purchased. Even though I know that doesn't necessarily hurt us as couponers immediately, it just doesn't seem right and I'm sure there is a trickle-down effect ie stores getting more stringent with coupons. I try to be 100% honest with my coupons, I feel that if I don't have the correct coupons, I probably wasn't meant to get (or even need) the product. Just my personal opinion though, others might feel differently.

Shelley said...

Anon 8:43 - sorry but you cannot legally do that. It's coupon fraud to use a coupon for anything other than what the manufacturer specified. Sometimes a cashier may miss it and accept a coupon, but that gets them into trouble and then sometimes the whole store will give couponers a hard time ...

Anonymous said...

Hi-

I signed up first and then clicked on the link from H2S afterwards and then I was able to access everything with no problems. I was able to print two, just like any other SS coupon. I always print one at a time by going back to the original link. I never try to hit the "back" on the browser tab with SS coupons (it works well with Bricks, though). I used 9 of my TMF that I got from the inserts with one $1/2 and the $5/25 from rite aid to get 11 of the .75 oz and one of the powder for just $5.05 (incl tax) and after the SCR , $2.06. My granny was thrilled! She usually spends a lot of money on these things.

Anonymous said...

Oh- Gina S. did you see if the CM rebate was good on the powder size that was on sale this week at CM?

Tenisha

Anonymous said...

at Rite Aid, I mean?

Megan said...

Still printing with a 10/11 expiration date. haha