Friday, July 8, 2011

Finesse Clean + Simple Hair Products at Walgreens, $5.00 Moneymaker!

Finesse Clean + Simple Product $3.99, On Sale thru 7/9
Buy One Get One Free

Use 2-$1.00/1 Finesse, Any from SS 5/8
OR Use 2-$1.00/1 Finesse Hair Product, Any from All You 05/2011

$2.00/1 – Finesse Product, Any, Mail in Rebate – (
Pay $1.99, Receive $5.00 Register Reward
Submit $2.00 Finesse Rebate

Final Price: $5.00 Moneymaker after Mail in Rebate, when you buy 2

Thank you, budgetsavvydiva

1 comment:

  1. Alright. So this didn't really work out AT ALL the way I'd hoped it would. I searched, and searched, and searched for the $1 coupon in my binder and my not-yet-filed stash, but it was MIA. Six Google searches later I learned it was a regional coupon, and unfortunately was NOT included in my region. Go figure. I had to go to Walgreens anyway today to spend my Register Rewards that would expire today and I'm running out of shampoo, so I thought, what the heck. I'll spend $4 for two bottle of shampoo and get my $5 Register Rewards and then submit my rebate for $2 back. Ultimately a $3 moneymaker!

    Well, that all works in theory of course. I select my desired items, including the two shampoos, and head to the checkout. Of course the line was three people long and only one cashier before I get there. Then another two people file up behind me. This always makes me a little anxious when I know I'm going to be asking the cashier to ring me up in two separate transactions. Well, another cashier opens up and I'm first in line. She's okay with doing two transactions.(Whew!) I do the shampoos first, which ring up correctly, and I pay my $3.99 plus tax and wait. No Register Reward. UGH! The Register Reward promo wasn't listed in the ad nor was it mentioned on the shelf tag, so I didn't question the cashier. I will ultimately only pay $1 for each of the two shampoos after the rebate. Nothing to cry about, but not the awesome deal it was made out to be. (My second transaction went off without a hitch.)

    This is a lesson learned. My advice - do not trust match-ups entirely without doing your own research before you get excited about a deal and shop.