Just when I think I’ve done every piece of dirty laundry in the entire house, the basket is mysteriously full again! All Laundry Detergent is on sale this week at Walgreens with a Register Reward printing when you spend $10.00. Hopefully this will help me conquer the laundry basket . . . again!

Buy 3 All Laundry Detergent Liquid, 28 or 32 loads or Mighty Pacs, 24 ct $3.99, sale price through 8/11
Spend $10.00, Receive $3.00 Register Reward through 8/11
Use three $1.00/1 All Liquid, Powder or Mighty Pacs Laundry Detergent, excludes trial size from RP 7/29 (exp 9/9)
Pay $8.97, Receive $3.00 Register Reward
Final Price: $1.99 each, when you buy 3 

Purex is only $0.99 at Rite Aid this week! Click here to read more!

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46 thoughts on “All Laundry Detergent, Only $1.99 at Walgreens!”

  1. SlinnAnna says:

    Does anybody know if this deal is still running?

  2. Bopeep290 says:

    should you let the wags cashier ring up the rrs before the MQs, ran into a problem

  3. Creynel says:

    ok ladies please help just bought this deal but it didnt print out my register rewards i had a total of 3 all and the 3 1off coupons and couple of other things in this transaction and i used the $10 register rewards when you bought the 3 day diet kit i got on my previous purchase. 

    • Hmmm, it should have printed. Did you ask your manager about why it didn’t print? You might want to try calling customer service.

      • Creynel says:

        yes i did and he told me because i used a rr on the purchase its not going to print me another one i called customer service and they told that it didnt print because my 3 all $1  coupons  brought it below 10 dollars seriously i pretty upset as i see everyone else getting there reward..and used coupons 

  4. dr.o says:

    does anyone know what the best price has been for detergent this yr?

  5. Anonymous says:

    you can rotate though, if there are 2 things you want or need, buy the ALL in 1st transaction, get RR, then buy other items in 2nd one, use RR from 1st one, in 3rd transaction you can buy ALL again, use RR from 2nd transaction, keep rotating that way.

    • Good recommendation! 

      • casscrum says:

        Is this stockpile price? If not what price is? The onlly stores I have are Walmart Safeway and Walgreens close to me. Any other store I would have to drive three hours so I check this site every day before I take kids to school because I live 15 minutes from town. So just needing to know if I should wait or go for it?

  6. Sandra says:

    I went for the 2nd deal for these items; however, the cashier either forgot to give me my RR; or it didn’t print.  I didn’t notice until I got home.  Should I mention it next time?  I feel like some stole $3 from me… is that extreme or what?

    • Tigger2094 says:

      did you use the rr from the previous on that purchase? if so, the new rr will not print. unfortunately, the cashier will not be able to give you rr back once you leave the store. 

    • Anonymous says:

      you won’t get RR for 2nd transaction if the RR from the 1st one is from same item. example, if you bought All in 1st transaction, got RR, then bought All in 2nd one, used RR from 1st one, you won’t get one for the 2nd transaction

  7. Abby says:

    I bought 2 all pacs $3.99 each & 2 clorox 2/$3 used 2 1/1 all mc.
    Paid $8.98 I received 3rr = $1.49. And I used rr on top of that. So my
    Oop was less :)

  8. VolGirl says:

    So, if you do this deal and use the 1.00 off coupons from the weekly coupons in the paper, and you buy 3 of them….with the 1.00 off that makes the total 9.00.  Will they still issue the register rewards?  I was assuming maybe the register rewards are before the coupon adjustments but just wanted to make sure from those of you who have already gotten in on this deal.  Thanks!

  9. Kermiejo says:

    All is only $1.99 at Harris Teeter this week with Super Doubles.

  10. So you get the register reward twice?

    • Jodie Ybarra says:

       I am confused on this as well. I don’t normally shop at pharmacy type stores. So you don’t really get that purchase discounted you get your next purchase?? I am not seeing the benefit in this one. Any help?

      • Leahjwolber says:

        It’s a really good benefit for those like myself who roll the rewards from week to week. That way, you use the rr you earn to accumulate free/cheap items with little out of your own pocket expense.

      • The $3.00 Register Reward is good on your next purchase. You still have to pay $8.97 out of pocket, but after you take into account the $3.00 Register Reward (which you can use on your next purchase), it’s like paying $1.99 each!

    • No, you get one $3.00 Register Reward at the end of your purchase. You will PAY $8.97 out-of-pocket for all three detergents. During checkout, a $3.00 Register Reward will print that you can use on your next shopping trip on pretty much anything in the store. So it’s accounting for the final price in the long run, which will be $1.99 each. Does that make sense?

  11. Rachelle Marsden says:

    I’m totally new at this (last time I used coupons I ended up spending WAY more than usual) and I don’t understand couponing lingo yet, what is the rewards thing? Sorry!

    • Aracelim031 says:

      rewards is what you get back good for your next purchase. 

    • Aracelim031 says:

      rewards is what you get back good for your next purchase. it usually prints out in the bottom of your receipt. :)

    • Walgreens has a program where if you make a qualifying purchase, a Register Reward will print. A Register Reward is a little slip of paper that you can use on your next shopping trip, and it will take $3.00 9in this case) off whatever you buy!

  12. Dkb2777 says:

    is 1.99 a good price?

  13. cheryl says:

    wouldn’t it be 2.99 each?

    • Keri Kight says:

      They calculated the $3 register rewards into the final price.  You would pay $2.99 for each bottle of detergent.  They subtracted the $3 register rewards, making it $1.99.  I did this deal a few days ago and used a $5 register reward from last week, making it much less for each bottle.  I normally don’t calculate the register reward in my savings unless it’s one that I’m actually using in the purchase. 

    • That is what I was thinking. 

    • You will PAY $2.99 out-of-pocket for each detergent. During checkout, a $3.00 Register Reward will print that you can use on your next shopping trip on pretty much anything in the store. So it’s accounting for the final price in the long run.

  14. Trejo Veronica says:

    Do I have to be registered to get the Register Rewards or are they giving automatically.

  15. Autumn Fiveash says:

    Already did this deal last week. Debating on doing it again. My mom and I love the free and clear. I seem to go through a lot of the detergent now that I have a baby in the house.