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Starbucks Coffee, As Low As $4.09 at Walgreens

 

There’s a great sale on Starbucks coffee at Walgreens through the end of this month! Even without coupons, it’s a pretty good price for these products. To get these for about half price, have your printer ready:

Starbucks Ground Coffee, 12oz (Reg. $10.99) $6.49, Sale Price through 6/30
Use $1.50/1 Starbucks Bagged Coffee, 11oz or larger from SS 6/17 (exp 8/31)
Or $3.00/$13.00 – Starbucks Products, When You Spend $13.00 or More, Valid Only at Walgreens – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $4.99

Starbucks Keurig K-Cups, 10ct  (Reg. $10.49) $6.49, Sale Price through 6/30
Use $2.00/2 – Starbucks Coffee K-Cup Packs – (couponnetwork.com) no longer available to print
Or $3.00/$13.00 – Starbucks Products, When You Spend $13.00 or More, Valid Only at Walgreens – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $5.49 each when you buy 2

We also spotted a trial pack of Starbucks Via Ready Brew on clearance! If you want to use the $3.00 Walgreens’ manufacturer coupon, try this deal:

Starbucks Ground Coffee, 12oz (Reg. $10.99) $6.49, Sale Price through 6/30
Starbucks Keurig K-Cups, 10ct  (Reg. $10.49) $6.49, Sale Price through 6/30
Starbucks Via Ready Brew, 3ct (Reg. $3.29) $2.29, Clearance Price
Use $3.00/$13.00 – Starbucks Products, When You Spend $13.00 or More, Valid Only at Walgreens – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $4.09 each when you buy all 3

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8 thoughts on “Starbucks Coffee, As Low As $4.09 at Walgreens”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I LOVE my WAGS! The cashier is super duper nice and ultra coupon friendly, she’s always clipping and putting up coupons for the customers to use. I actually had clipped three of the $1.50/1 coupons intending to use them since they would turn out better (saving 1.50×3=$4.50 off three coffee packets) but had the $3/13 also printed and sitting in my wallet as I was paying. The cashier noticed it and took initiative to tell me that I can use BOTH coupons together since the $3/13 is a Wags coupon!  I was thrilled, it didnt beep or anything, went right through. So I paid $6.49×3=$19.47 before coupons, $11.97 after coupons (or $3.99 each). Used my $10 RR and scored. Did I say I love my Wags?

    • Anonymous says:

       I’m glad you had a positive experience & a coupon-friendly cashier. Goodness knows we have enough of the negative trips to sometimes make us want to tuck our tails and go home.

      However, just for clarification for anyone else reading: The $3/$13 coupon IS a manufacturer coupon, NOT a store coupon and CANNOT be stacked with the other manufacturer coupons. That is using more than one coupon per item and is not a valid use of a manufacturer coupon. Sometimes cashiers aren’t savvy to all the basics of couponing (we certainly let them know when they’re wrong when it’s to our disadvantage), so we need to be mindful and careful to follow the basics and not rely on beeping or not beeping to guide our coupon usage :)

      • Anonymous says:

        Ooops, hmm, that’s what I initially thought when I saw the deal, but figured who am I to argue with the helpful cashier? I did give her a quizzical look with a “Really?” as I handed it to her and when it didn’t beep I figured it must be a store coupon. Glad you clarified, guess I was lucky.

  2. Anonymous says:

    soooo trying to find the $3/$13 coupon … what zip code is it under ?

  3. The Huggies Jean Diapers were on clearance for 5.99 but here’s a tip, I bought the two Colgate Max toothpastes for 2.99 each using a dollar off coupon, I also purchased the Tom’s deodorant at 3.19 using the 2.50 coupon. My total came to 6.31 but I recieved a 2.50 CVS reward coupon and 1.50 CVS coupon both good towards a purchase. The Huggies being 5.99 I used my 2.00 off coupon in the Sunday paper and my 1.50 and 2.50 CVS reward coupons and got the diapers for free.

  4. ((sad face)) no coupon for kcups

  5. Fred Meyers have starbucks for $5.99 with the in add Q making it $4.49 with manufacturer Q.