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Hershey’s Chocolate Spreads, Only $0.99 at Walgreens!

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This month at Walgreens, by two Hershey’s Spreads and earn 1,000 Balance Rewards Points, later worth about $1.00. Plus, jars are on sale this week for $2.99, as advertised in the weekly ad. Use a coupon from Sunday’s Smart Source newspaper insert for a final price of $0.99 per jar! Look for these spreads on the food aisle by the peanut butter and Nutella. Also, check for a promotional endcap display near the food section.

Buy 2 Hershey's Spreads, 13 oz $2.99, sale price through 2/15

Buy 2, Receive 1,000 Balance Rewards Points through 2/22

Use two $1.50/1Hershey’s Spreads Jar from SS 2/9

Pay $2.98, Receive 1,000 Balance Rewards Points ($1.00)

Final Price: $0.99 each, when you buy 2

Without the newspaper coupon, use a printable coupon instead! Although the coupon says “Redeemable at Walmart,” it is a manufacturer coupon that can be used at Walgreens. Get each spread for $1.49:

Buy 2 Hershey's Spreads, 13 oz $2.99, sale price through 2/15

Buy 2, Receive 1,000 Balance Rewards Points through 2/22

Use two $1.00/1Hershey’s Spreads (coupons.com)

Pay $3.98, Receive 1,000 Balance Rewards Points ($1.00)

Final Price: $1.49 each, when you buy 2

Hershey’s spreads are just $1.49 at Rite Aid! 

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9 thoughts on “Hershey’s Chocolate Spreads, Only $0.99 at Walgreens!”

  1. sindyrewards says:

    I purchased mine yesterday it worked for me. However I received 

    $2.00 in register rewards.  Not sure why though. 

  2. Michele Flowers says:

    My sales circular says it’s 2.99 with card less coupon savings found in most Sunday’s newspapers 1.50 for a final price of 1.49. It does not list the buy 2 receive 1,000 Balance Reward Points through 2/22. It would be awesome for me to score this at .99 each, but here in St. Louis the best I can do is 1.49 ea.

    • Anonymous says:

      The 1,000 points is a monthly deal so it wasn’t listed in the AD.

    • Anonymous says:

      The Points deal is a monthly deal, as you can see from my in-store picture above. Most monthly deals aren’t advertised in the weekly ads.

  3. Shailynn Krow says:

    Yay. I’m excited. My kids love these spreads on toast with bananas.

  4. Denise Anne says:

    If I am reading the sign correct, the spreads are actually on sale 2/$7.00. Once you subtract the balance rewards points(1000/$1.00) and the two coupons ($3.00 total) final price would be $1.50 each, when you buy 2. Right?

    • Anonymous says:

      The signs at my store weren’t updated with the correct weekly sale price that is advertised in this week’s ad. Check your local ad! (This is explained in the post above.)