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Garnier Whole Blends Shampoo & Conditioner Just 50¢ Each at Walgreens (Starting 3/11)

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Starting March 11th, head into Walgreens where Garnier Whole Blends Shampoo & Conditioner will be on sale 2/$7 or $3.99 each. Even better, through April 7th, there is a $1/1 Garnier Whole Blends Shampoo or Conditioner 12.5oz store coupon available to digitally clip to your balance rewards card here (or available to snag in the March savings booklet in-store).

Pair these offers with a printable coupon for a great buy on shampoo & conditioner…

Walgreens Deal Idea (Starting 3/11):

Buy 2 Garnier Whole Blends Shampoo or Conditioner 12.5oz 2/$7 or $3.99 each
Total = $7
Use two $2/1 any Garnier Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment (excludes 2oz, 2.9oz, 3 oz, travel size and Wonder Mask) printable coupons (limit 4)
Or use the $4/2 Garnier Whole Blends Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment (excludes 3 oz and care creams) coupon found in the 3/4 RP (exp 3/17)
And use the $1/1 Garnier Whole Blends Shampoo or Conditioner 12.5oz store coupon available to digitally clip to your balance rewards card here or in the March savings booklet – will deduct $2
Final cost $1 total – just 50¢ each!

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Comments 14

  1. Savvysaver

    Will you need to add a filler item since you’re using three coupons? Their coupon policy confuses me.

    • Becky

      No because the Walgreens coupon doesn’t count. You can’t have more manufacturer coupons than you do items.

  2. Niya

    I printed $2 off 1 Garnier Shampoo coupon from Coupons.com. As I have no printer, I saved it in the form of pdf file so that I can take the printout later. It allowed me to do 2 times but both the coupons has the same bar code. Am I having two or one coupon now?

    • Jessica

      Same bar code equals same coupon. You need different bar codes to make it legal.

    • cheryl

      I always want to save the coupons from Coupons.com in the form of pdf file, but could never get it to work. Wondering if you could share your tip on this. Thank you!

  3. Niya

    Please ignore the above question. I got the answer. The bar code is different. I saw the bottom portion of it instead of top portion.

  4. Emily

    It isn’t working for me. Is there any left???

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yes, I still find both offers available as I search through each link. Be sure to refine your search for each of them to pop up! Hoping you can grab them!

  5. Jan

    Is there a special ZIP code to get the $2 off coupon? It’s not coming up for me.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Hmm, have you tried a different browser? I still find it available as I click through the link in the post.

    • grace

      You can Clip the $2 off paperless coupon under your walgreens account. No Need to print.

  6. Courtney

    I just went to my Walgreens to get this deal and they wouldn’t let me use the 2 printed $2 off coupons. She tried to scan them but the register wouldn’t take it. I was only able to use one printed $2 off coupon and the coupon clipped to my card so I still got the deal for only $3. It just would have been nice to get the other $2 off.

    • Kris

      This deal was going on last week too. Walgreens registers only accept the first of this printed coupon for whatever dumb reason. Cashier will have to manually enter it, if they happen to be willing.

  7. Lelia

    I am trying this deal online and it only takes $5 off, not $6. It seems the $1 clippable coupon is not doubling as in the scenario. I have a $4/2 newspaper coupon but I am not optimistic that Walgreens clippable coupon will work as expected in store if online does not work.

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