This week you can purchase Ricola Cough Drops for $0.04 a bag!  They are on sale this week for $1.29 and there is also a $0.50 off coupon in the Walgreens September coupon booklet.  Combine that with the $0.75 off coupon from the 7/31 SmartSource and purchase a bag for just $0.04!

Ricola Drops, 19 – 24 ct $1.29, On Sale thru 9/17
With in ad coupon, Limit 3
Use $0.75/1 Ricola Cough Drops from SS 7/31
And use $0.50/1 Ricola Cough Drops, 19 – 24 ct from Walgreens September Booklet
Final Price:  $0.04

Thanks, Frugal Living NW

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27 thoughts on “Ricola Cough Drops Only $0.04 at Walgreens!”

This is not correct information. The price that is listed as the sale price of 1.79 includes the .50 off that is in their monthly book. Then you take the .75 off for the coupon from ss and it makes them 1.04.

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The weekly circular coupon made them 1.29 each.

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The weekly circular coupon made them 1.29 each.

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My W would not let me use the monthly coupon with the weekly coupon.

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I looked in my 7/31 SS in Pittsburgh and I don’t have the coupon either. Bummer.

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I looked in my 7/31 SS in Pittsburgh and I don’t have the coupon either. Bummer.

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I got 2 bags of Mixed Berry today using the printable .60 off coupon, in ad coupon, and the Walgreens Sept Booklet coupon and paid $0.38 out of pocket! Awesome deal!

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These are 1.79 AFTER the 50 cent coupon in the wags sept booklet. So after my 60 cent coupon in was still 1.19.

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There is also an in-ad coupon in the Walgreens circular. Walgreens accepts all store coupons.

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There is also an in-ad coupon in the Walgreens circular. Walgreens accepts all store coupons.

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SS 7/31 in Chicago doesnt have it

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ss 7/31 in Chicago doesnt have it

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I did this transaction at Walgreens but I used the 2 Wags coupons (in-ad and September booklet) and then I used the 0.60/1 Ricola Mixed Berry Flavor SS coupon that was an online printable. I got each bag for $0.19!
The manufac. coupon was only for the Mixed Berry flavored Ricola (magenta bag) 19+ drops, and the in-ad Wags coupon is *limit 3* but the Sept. booklet Wags coupon is *limit 2* so I only got two bags.

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Can we use to walgreen’s coupons then? and one manuf q?

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I mean two walgreens Q

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Yes! I also bought several other items and used coupons, but NONE of my coupons beeped, including the two Ricola Wags store coupons and the SS printable Ricola coupon.

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Oh! btw, it’ll work as long as you’re staying within the limit of 2 per transaction so the coupon won’t beep–and if you use the SS printable Ricola, you have to get the mixed berry flavor for it to work. But if you’re just using the 2 Wags coupons, you can get any flavor it still only 0.79 a bag–which is an awesome price for these, in my opinion. I’m used to paying almost 2.00 for a bag of these where I live.

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The coupon must’ve been regional, don’t have it here in Boston :-(

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Im in CA and I did not get the Q either :( which is a real bummer b/c I was all set to stock up as these r the only coupg drops that I use

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me neither :-( im in cali

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When I did this the other day it wouldn’t take the booklet coupon. I’m not sure if it’s bc I didn’t get the yellow bag of Ricola shown or what. I got the other bag shown in the pic on the weekly ad. But, my walgreens is the worst. So it didn’t surprise me!

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So we’re using 3 coupons for one product???

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yes, the in-ad coupon, coupon from Walgreen September booklet, and coupon from the SmartSource. You can use multiple Walgreens coupons on the same time.

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No, Limit 3 means you can purchase 3 items per transaction. You don’t have to. But at that price, I don’t know why you wouldn’t. But you are using a manufacturer coupon and a Walgreens coupon for one product, which is allowed.

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this is only good until tomorrow 9/17
where do you get the Sept booklet to get that coupon?

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its in front of the store next to the ads

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The $.75 off coupon from SS is for the larger count

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