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New $1/2 Bic Stationery Products Coupons = FREE Bic Cristal Pens at Walgreens (Starting 8/5)

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As I mentioned earlier today, you can head on over here and enter the Bic Atlantis Pen giveaway and afterwards be able to print a coupon for $1/2 BIC Stationery products (or just click here to go straight to coupon link). You can also head on over to the Campbell’s site to print another new $1/2 Bic Stationery products coupon! Be sure to print these coupons now and save it for the week of 8/5 to score the following deal at Walgreens:

Bic Cristal Bold Pens 10pk $0.49 with in-ad coupon (valid 8/5-8/11)
Use the $1/2 coupon found here, here, or in the 7/29 SS
Then, hand over the Walgreens in-ad coupon
Final cost 2 packs for FREE!

*Remember this sale does not start until Sunday, August 5th…


If you do not have a Walgreens nearby, you can also score the following deals on Bic Stationery products at Target through 8/4:

Bic Stic Grip 7 ct Easy Glide or Cristal 10 ct Ball Point Pens $0.99
Use the $1/2 coupon found here, here, or in the 7/29 SS
Final cost $0.49 per package!
*If you received the Target Back to School home mailer, you can use the $1/2 Target store coupon to pick up 2 packs for FREE!

Bic Wite Out Correction Fluid $1.14 (Regular Price)
Use the $1/2 coupon found here, here, or in the 7/29 SS
Final cost $0.64 each!
*If you received the Target Back to School home mailer, you can use the $1/2 Target store coupon to pick up 2 packs for only $0.14 each!

Bic Mechanical Pencils 8 ct $1.19 (Regular Price)
Use the $1/2 coupon found here, here, or in the 7/29 SS
Final cost $0.69 per package!
*If you received the Target Back to School home mailer, you can use the $1/2 Target store coupon to pick up 2 packs for only $0.19 each!

(Thanks, Totally Target!)

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25 Hip Readers Commented

  • MJ says:

    AWESOME! These are great for the school supply drive at work :)

  • Kristen says:

    Can you ad match these at Walmart where they aren’t any limits?

  • Tera says:

    Does the fact that the picture shows pen caps of different colors mean we get different color pens? I would *love* that! Thanks for the heads up Collin!

  • Carrie says:

    Thank you Collin! I am a teacher and free pens are like christmas, especially if they are colored ink!

  • Kristen S. says:

    I didn’t get this in the Sunday paper so thanks for the printable link! :)

  • shelby says:

    staples has bic mechanical pencils for .25 cents. price match to walmart = moneymaker :D

    • Jodie says:

      Thank you for posting this shelby, I was able to print a few more coupons and use the ones from the paper at walmart by price matching from staples.

      I got 24 packages of the 5 ct mechanical pencils (these actually had a bonus pencil in them so they had 6) plus I got 10 of the paper folders which I price matched also for the 1 cents and so the total I paid with tax was only .51 cents.

      most of this stuff will be going to help my sisters with there kids school supplies

  • CHARMS says:

    Thank you for this link I did not get this in the paper and was searching all over the internet for them. You really are an angel and God Bless You . Helped us save a lot of money with back to school.

  • Guest says:

    The in-ad you’re referring to comes out this week, right?

  • Michelle says:

    Doesnt staples have the Bic mechanical pencils this week for 25c?!! ;-) That would make a great deal!!!

  • Carol_R says:

    Thanks Collin.

  • britt says:

    i just won a pen:).

  • tanya says:

    Hello: 2 packs of pens at 0.49 = 0.98. My Walgreens will not accept a $1.00 coupon for this. Are they supposed to or is it up to the individual store. (Had this problem with the wet n wild nail polish earlier with the $1.00 coupon and 0.99 price.) Thank you

    • hollie says:

      the key is to give the manufacturer’s coupon BEFORE the Walgreens coupon. The in-ad coupon essentially reduces the regular price to a sale price. So if you give the store coupon first, the register will think the pens cost $.49 each. Then when it scans the $1/2 coupon, it will beep because it is higher than the selling price. But if you give the $1/2 coupon first, the register will take $1 off the retail price (vs the in-ad coupon price).
      For example…let’s say the pens are $.99 regular price.
      Buy (2) pens @ $.99 = $1.98
      Use $1/2 coupon
      Price is now $.98
      Use $.49 in-ad coupon …will take off $1 total (programmed to take off $.50 per pack because $.99-$.49 = $.50)
      Pay $0 (store coupons can be more than selling price of item…they either give overage or self-adjust depending on registers)

      Now if you switch the coupon order…
      Buy (2) pens @ $.99 = $1.98
      Use $.49 in-ad coupon …will take off $1 total (programmed to take off $.50 per pack because $.99-$.49 = $.50)
      Price is now $.98
      Use $1/2 coupon
      Register will beep because manufacturer’s coupons can not exceed selling price

      • tanya says:

        thank you. i will definately try this next time. some of the people at my walgreens are very hard to deal with when it comes to coupons!
        so, how did people use the $1 coupon on the 0.99 (reg price) nail polish?

  • nikki says:

    per walgreens policy, they will accept a coupon in exchange for the selling price of the item(s). i would print it out and show it to the manager. the other way to help with this is to buy a cheap “filler” item that will eat up the couple of cents extra. hth

  • rosa says:

    i went to staples today and used it on the mechanical pencils for .25 limit 4 i got it free thanks for the heads up

  • Meg says:

    hi can i price match this at walmart even though its a coupon?

  • Anyone know how to sign up for the: Target mailer? Much appreciated!!

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