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** PRINT NOW ** EVEN MONEY on Mitchum Deodorant at Walgreens starting 7/1

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If you are at all intersted in scoring some Mitchum deodorant, you really need to print your coupons NOW before everyone finds out about this deal!!

Remember, all coupons have a certain number of prints predetermined by the manufacturer. When a coupon is uber popular, it can run out of prints in just a few days or even a few hours!

Here’s the deal at Walgreens starting 7/1:

Buy (2) Mitchum for Men or Women at 2 for $6
get $4 register rewards when you buy 2
Use (2) $1/1 Mitchum or Mitchum for Women Product
Pay $4 at the register (use RR to pay it down if you can)
Get $4 in return for a future purchase… that’s even money!

I know other bloggers call this “free” deodorant. But, to me, if you have to walk in the store and open your wallet (for more than just tax) it’s not free. The rewards you get will be used in the future and will probably make the next thing you buy free. But, you are paying out of pocket for the deodorant (unless you have previous rewards to pay it down). So to me, that’s not free. I could sugar coat it and say it’s like getting it for free, but that fools no one. You are paying $4 for the deodorant, plain and simple. Then you get fun money to spend on something else :O)

Why am I such a stickler about this? Because the very first time I did a free deal like this was at Rite Aid. I ran to get my free Renpure shampoo to the tune of $6.99.  I had to dish that money out then I got the $6.99 back on the receipt. I thought I could somehow cash that in to get my money back (I was very, very new to couponing) but I was told I had to use it in the store on a future purchase. I felt like a prisoner to that receipt. It told me where I had to shop and it also had a time limit. And I could not believe I had to hang on to a receipt and not lose it. I drove home depressed that I had just spent more money on shampoo than I ever have in my life. I even called my friend saying “that does not feel free to me… I’m out seven bucks!” And to top it off, I hated the shampoo. Oh, and there was also a mail in rebate for that shampoo and I never got it!

 

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