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Awesome Upcoming Deals on Purex Laundry Detergent at CVS, Rite Aid & Walgreens (Starting 3/16)

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Screen Shot 2014-03-12 at 8.02.07 PMJust a reminder that there will be some awesome deals next week (starting March 16th) on Purex laundry detergent at your local drugstores! But make sure you print this Purex coupon NOW, as it may not last until the deal starts.

CVS (Starting 3/16)

Purex 24-33 loads or UltraPacks 18ct Buy 1, get 2 Free
Deal Scenario #1:

Buy 6 Purex UltraPaks $6.29 each
Total = $37.74
Minus the Buy 1 get 2 FREE sale = $12.58
Use 3 $1.50/2 Purex product coupons found here
Final cost $8.08 for all 6 – just $1.35 each!

Deal Scenario #2:
Buy 6 Purex Liquid Laundry Detergent $6.49 each
Total = $38.94
Minus the Buy 1 get 2 FREE sale = $12.98
Use 3 $1.50/2 Purex product coupons found here
Final cost $8.48 for all 6 – just $1.41 each!

Rite Aid (Starting 3/16)

Purex Laundry Detergent 43.5-50 oz or UltraPacks 18 ct Buy 1 Get 2 Free (limit 2 offers)
Deal Scenario:
Buy 6 Purex Laundry Detergent $5.99 each
Total After Buy 1 Get 2 Free Sale = $11.98
Use the $1.50/2 Purex coupon found here
Plus, use the $1/1 Purex Laundry Detergent coupon found in the March Video Values
Final cost $9.48 – $1.58 each!

Walgreens (starting 3/16)

Purex Laundry Detergent Buy 1 Get 1 FREE
Deal Scenario #1:
Buy 2 Purex Ultra Packs Laundry Detergent Buy 1 at $4.79, get 1 FREE
Minus the Buy 1 get 1 FREE sale = $4.79 for both
Use the $1.50/2 Purex product coupon found here
Final cost $3.29 total, $1.65 each!

Deal Scenario #2:
Buy 2 Purex liquid laundry detergent, 50 oz Buy 1 at $5.79, get 1 FREE
Minus the Buy 1 Get 1 FREE sale = $5.79 for both
Use the $1.50/2 Purex product coupon found here
Final cost $4.29 total, $2.15 each!

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  • Kay says:

    How many do you have to buy to get the Saving Star deal?

  • Marnie says:

    On the rite aid deal, why can’t you use 3 1.50/2 coupons? anyone?

  • jean says:

    Too bad our CVS won’t let you you use coupons on the free items.I would only be able to use 1 coupon on 6 since 4 of them are free.

    • Anna says:

      I was just trying to figure out how you can use 3 of the 1.50/2 coupons when technically only paying for 2. Is that a store by store thing? Some will take coupons on free items and some won’t?

      • Nik says:

        How many items are being rung up? 6. Does it matter the price they scan? No. Therefore, you are buying 6 items. All 6 items are being scanned even though four will ring up free. When you buy six items, you can use (3) $1.50/2 Purex coupons.

  • Angel says:

    Save $5.00 when you spend $20.00 on Purex® Detergents.

  • Kelly T says:

    I still have Purex left over from a Walgreens deal in 2009, from when I first started following H2S.

  • Caitlin says:

    Cvs has changed their coupon policy and coupons cannot be applied to free items anymore :(

    • Caitlin says:

      It says this under FAQ on their website

    • Caitlin says:

      For those that cant access the link their website says under FAQ can more than one coupon be used?

      A. Yes. CVS/pharmacy allows ONE CVS/pharmacy and ONE third party manufacturer coupon per item. A transaction is defined as the entirety of purchases on a single receipt. ExtraBucks® Rewards coupons can be applied toward the final cost. Normal exclusions apply. See the bottom of the ExtraBucks® Rewards coupon for details.
      Note: Coupons cannot be applied to a “free” item.

      • Sara says:

        Hmmm…this contradicts their PDF version of the in store coupon policy. Maybe that’s why it’s a store by store basis?

      • Meli says:

        Well they need to update that bc the “official” policy (that my store also has laminated behind the register), allows coupons on bogo sales. I can’t seem to c/p on my phone, But the gist is that a customer can apply 2 coupons on a bogo free sale, as long as it does not exceed the product total.
        That should also apply to using a $1.50/2 coupon on a bogo sale or b1g2 free sale.

      • lee says:

        What i was told by the manager that statement of coupons cant be used on a free item was that you cant use a dollar off coupon in conjunction with a b1g1 coupon. You can still use multiple coupons on a b1g1 sale. This is just what i was told i cant confirm anything.

        • Meli says:

          Ahhh that makes sense! !

        • lee says:

          All 4 of the cvs i go to all allow multiple coupons on b1g1 sales but they all quit allowing the extra dollar off coupon with the b1g1 coupon. So i asked the manager which i get along with very well and he is very smart with coupons is that they were told to by corporate by email to stop taking the extra dollar off coupon. This was in january so i dont know if its changed again.

      • Ashlynn says:

        Caitlin I think that means the extra bucks can’t be applied to a free item. So you can’t make a profit or be paid cash back. Its worth it to double check at your local cvs and i wouldnt bring this to there attention.

    • Stefanie says:

      I wrote on the CVS Facebook page and asked about this situation. Hopefully they will respond and there will be no question.

    • Sussie says:

      Just like with rite aid, it depends on if the cashier wants to push it through. And you don’t scan your cvs card until the end. It’s worked for me.

      • Lee says:

        Mine always ask for the card up front. Do you ask them to take the coupons first, or “stall” in handing over your card? Lol…just not sure how to do this !

  • Colleen says:

    Does anyone know if Purex makes a high efficiency detergent?

  • Veronica says:

    Purex is HE safe i believe it says it on the back

  • Ashley says:

    So how does that work for saving star do they count the total price or after coupons?

  • Kidsallgone says:

    So if I buy 3 and pay $6.29 then use one $1.50/2 coupon, I will pay $4.79 total + tax which makes it about $1.60 + tax each? I have a $5 ecb so i should pay $0 for all 3. Correct? What advantage would it be for me to buy 6? I don’t use Saving Star so am curious….why 6? Thanks for any info ;-)

    • Meli says:

      To take advantage of using 3 $1.50 off 2 coupons. Per collins scenario, 2 will ring up $6.99 (im going by my stores price for the liquid) and 4 will be free. Since you can apply 3 coupons for every 2 bottles, my subtotal will now be $9.48. I will also use ecbs to lower my oop. For those doing saving star, they’ll have $12-$13 towards the $20 needed for a $5 deposit. You should look into saving star, all you need to do is link your store reward card/s and add the coupons. Once you buy the items; You get a credit. Once you reach $5, you can transfer to your bank account! You don’t need a smartphone at all to take advantage! !

    • Shea says:

      Because if you buy six you can use three coupons to lower your out of pocket total. You would be able to get all 6 for $8.08. Making them 1.35 each.

  • Rosana says:

    If you have a food city in the area, starting today on the sale purex 1.99 each went today and got two and used the 1.50/2 great deal.

  • Mini says:

    There is a coupon for 3 $ off 2 detergents and 1.50$ off of 1 detergent in this weeks Redplum

  • Marylyn says:

    If I only have to pay for two why do i have to use 3 coupons??

  • Myrah says:

    I am confused by what people are saying about the coupon policy. I just looked it up on their website and I copied and pasted the BOGO section. It says that we are allowed to use 2 coupons for a BOGO offer. It even gives an example.

    Buy One, Get One Free Coupons

    Sales tax must be paid for any Buy One, Get One Free coupon offer, if required by applicable state laws.
    Two coupons may be used on a Buy One, Get One Free promotion as long as it does not exceed the item total
    o Ex. Suave Shampoo is on sale for $2.00 Buy One, Get One Free and the customer is purchasing two shampoos;
    customer may use two coupons for $1.00 each and pay the applicable tax

  • Vicki says:

    If youhave a Super Saver in your area Purex is $1.88 (3/12-3/18). Use the $1.50/2 coupon makes it $2.26 total or $1.13 each

  • Kay says:

    So if you are buying 6 does that mean your buying 6 bottles total or just buying the 6 and getting the others free for a total of 18 bottles???

  • Christian says:

    So I’m going to go to CVS on Sunday to see if they have these in stock. Now if they don’t, can I get a raincheck for this Buy 1 Get 2 Free deal?? It is technically a “sale” ? I don’t want them to give me a hassle and tell me that they can’t write a raincheck for this.

    • mel says:

      You can get a RC for sale items. I do it all the time. A few months ago, I got a RC for a B1G2 Free sale, and the cashier wrote it for 6, and noted 4 will be free. If they give you any trouble, call CS. The only time they won’t write a RC is if its for an item they don’t regularly carry.

  • CrissyGirl says:

    Does anyone know where i can print this coupon for the Purex? I went to and i couldn’t find it! :( Id really like to get this deal….

  • Kaitlyn says:

    How does this deal work, since the deal says you must buy the first at full price?

  • Kaitlyn says:

    I understand that, but everyone is discussing using 2 & 3 coupons on the items, but when you click on the sale it says you have to buy first item at full price. So we can’t use coupons or we can?

  • Krystal says:

    is this coupon gone?! can’t find it!

  • alyson says:

    cheaper at ingles
    2 for $5 comes up to $1 each with coupons.

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