• $0.25 Skittles Candy at Walgreens (Week 8/24)

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    (Deal ends 8/30) Starting from 8/24 Walgreens will have Skittles or Life Savers Candy (2.75-7.2 oz) on sale – 2 for $2! Throw in a $0.50 off two Skittles, Starburst, or Life Savers Gummies coupon from your RedPlum 6/1 insert, plus receive 1,000 Balance Reward Points when you buy two. You will get your candy for $0.25, sweet! Check out the breakdown bellow:

    ► Buy (2) Skittles Candy (2.75-7.2 oz) @$1.00/ea = $2.00
    (or 2 Life Savers Candy)
    Use $0.50/2 Skittles, Life Savers, or Starburst (RP 6/1, x9/1) = -$0.50
    Pay: $1.00
    Get Back: 1,000 Balance Reward Points (Like $1)
    Final Price: $0.50 or $0.25 each!

    *Be sure to check out more great deals at Walgreens!

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    2 good-looking people commentedLeave a comment
    1. 1

      The 1/2 coupon for the lifesavers is for the bigger bags so it wouldn’t work with this promo 🙁 we can use the .50/2 though

    2. 2

      The coupons that I have is for the larger bags of Lifesavers and Skittles (13 – 15.4 oz.), so I could not use them.

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