Walgreens: Dial Bar Soap 8-Packs Only $1.75 (Just 22¢ Per Bar!) – Ends Tomorrow

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Have you had a chance to print this $2/2 Dial Body Wash or Bar Soap (6-pack or larger) coupon? If not, be sure to print it now and then don’t forget to snag this awesome deal at Walgreens, valid through tomorrow only:

Dial Bar Soap or Body Wash Buy 1 Get 1 FREE
Deal Scenario:
Buy four 8-packs of Dial Bar Soap starting in price at $4.99 each
Minus the buy 1 get 1 FREE sale = $9.98 total
Use the $2/2 Any Dial Body Washes or Bar Soaps (6-pack+) coupon found here
Pay only $7.98 total, just $2 per 8 pack
Submit for the $1 cash back via Ibotta App for purchasing Dial Bar Soap, ANY size
Final cost ONLY $6.98 total, just $1.75 per 8-pack, only $0.22 per soap!

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Comments 9

  1. Angie

    You can use coupons on the free items. The register will ring the soap up as $2.50 for one and $2.49 for the other. So $4.98 after ibotta offer.

    • Laura

      No

    • Janet

      Not anymore, wags changed their coupon policy and now you can’t use coupons on free items.

  2. Jess

    I thought you could only use walmart coupons at walmart??

  3. Sean

    Stupid coupon policy. If you are in Florida, you can price match at Walmart, use two coupons, and get four packs for free. They are priced $3.97 at their website.

  4. Layla

    You can also buy one body wash @ 5.49 and pack of soap use 2/2 coupon and redeem $1.00 off bar soap and $1.00 off body wash thur ibotta. Did this a couple if days ago worked for me so ended up getting body wash and bar pack for 1.49 after BOGO coupons and ibotta. If you have not signed up yet for ibotta use my link plz! sn5ifg

  5. Shawn

    I just left a Walgreens in upstate SC and the cashier told me they no longer accept computer printed coupons. I asked if it was true for all stores, he said yes and it is policy. Does anyone know if this is true. I know the policy changed for BOGO, but this is interesting. Not everyone takes advantage of printing coupons.

    • Laura

      I’m from Michigan and I used 2 computer printed dial coupons this morning. I use computer coupons all the time

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