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50oz. Arm & Hammer 2x Concentrate Liquid Laundry Detergent EXPIRED

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Walgreens.com has 50oz. Arm & Hammer 2x Concentrated Liquid Laundry Detergent (Unscented) on sale for $1.99. Free store pickup where available. Thanks renwin83

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Thanks let me go get my time machine then. I need to do laundry now and this is a good deal for what it is at this moment. Also not everyone collects coupons. Thanks op
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Get two of these plus a bag of gummy candy from the wags ad in store for 2$. Just buy the gummies in the first transaction for 1.99.... they'll give you a coupon for 1.99 off your next purchase. The detergent is 1.99 AND on bogo....So in the second transaction use the rewards they just gave you to pay for the two detergents. Twice the detergent plus a medium sized bag of free candy if you can take 5 minutes to drop by one of their stores.
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$6 shipping, no store pickup.
Free shipping >$35 order.
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thanks !
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you can't just buy 18 of these. Overweight for free shipping.
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These go on sale for $1.99 at the supermarket on a regular basis. Between eQ and IPs (printable coupons) we usually get them for free.
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Thanks op.

used my $1 rewards...otherwise would have lapsed.
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These go on sale for $1.99 at the supermarket on a regular basis. Between eQ and IPs (printable coupons) we usually get them for free.
Absolutely! I won't pay over 50 cents for detergent.
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These go on sale for $1.99 at the supermarket on a regular basis. Between eQ and IPs (printable coupons) we usually get them for free.
Can you please let us know where to get these IPs
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Thanks op. Ordered 2
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Good stuff, also available on my local store!
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These go on sale for $1.99 at the supermarket on a regular basis. Between eQ and IPs (printable coupons) we usually get them for free.
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Absolutely! I won't pay over 50 cents for detergent.
Yes, these were $1.99 and BOGO free Sunday and Monday, until Walgreens realized their mistake with the double stacking. Even 99 cents is too expensive for Arm & Hammer detergent. Every couple of months, these are free or under 50 cents at Rite Aid, CVS, or Walgreen's after coupons or rewards. $1.99 is way overpriced. $1.99 only sounds like a deal if you fall for the fiction of MSRP. LMAO
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Yes, these were $1.99 and BOGO free Sunday and Monday, until Walgreens realized their mistake with the double stacking. Even 99 cents is too expensive for Arm & Hammer detergent. Every couple of months, these are free or under 50 cents at Rite Aid, CVS, or Walgreen's after coupons or rewards. $1.99 is way overpriced. $1.99 only sounds like a deal if you fall for the fiction of MSRP. LMAO
Thanks let me go get my time machine then. I need to do laundry now and this is a good deal for what it is at this moment. Also not everyone collects coupons. Thanks op
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