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Walgreens: Free or Cheap Almay Makeup Remover

If you missed out on the free Almay makeup remover available a few weeks back  (like me), you might have a second chance!

Almay Make Up Remover Towellettes – B1G1 50% off – $5.99
Total = $8.98
Use (2) $1/1 (from 4/10 SS – regional coupon)
AND use $3/1 (from May in store coupon book) – will take off $6
Final price = $.98 or $.49 each

*If you’re lucky, you might find a $2/1 Almay coupon to use instead of the $1/1 in an in store booklet by the cosmetic counter (see pic below). I haven’t seen these booklets at my store, but if you find it, you’ll actually turn this scenario into a $1 money maker! Be sure to add in a filler to absorb overage.

Thanks Wild for Wags!


  1. I am new to all of this, but isn’t this using more than one manufacturer coupon per product? (3 coups total, all manufacturer coups, on only 2 items).

    Back when I was a cashier they were incredibly strict about one manf. coupon per item. You could combine an additional coupon with the manuf. if and only if it was an in-store coupon that DID NOT say “Manufacturer Coupon” on it. Am I missing something or have a complete misunderstanding of how this works? I would love to get these savings, but I have always stuck with the rule of only using one per item I purchase.

    Couponing shouldn’t be so frustrating, but for some reason I get in a tizzy trying to figure it all out! 🙂 Haha!

  2. Brianne says:

    The one in the May booklet is a store coupon. Which is how you can use 3, 2 are manufacturer coupons and the $3/1 that will take off $6 is a store one.