Sep 082014


We’ve got some new price cuts on Mucinex Allergy products thru 11/1. The 5 Count Tablets were priced at $5.99, and the 10 ct were $9.99, but- it’s actually a much better deal to go for the 30 ct which had a HUGE price break on it of $9 Off the regular Price. I gave it a quick scan to make sure it was accurate and sure enough, it is scanning for $13.49, regularly $22.49! After a triple stack it makes for a huge savings…

Mucinex Allergy 30 ct Tablets $13.49 (PC thru 11/1)
-$2 off Mucinex health care item Target Coupon x9/28
-$2.87 (use 25% Off Mucinex Allergy Target Cartwheel x10/4
$6/1 Mucinex Allergy 30 or 40 ct Tablets
= $2.62 after tiple stack & price cut, or like saving almost 90%, regularly $22.49!

And be sure and check your inserts too- Courtney reminded me that there was a regional $7/1 Mucinex Allergy Product 30 ct+ in the 9-7-14 SS2 x9/14 that you may have for an even better deal!

If you are looking just to try this product for the first time and would rather not get the 30 ct- you can triple stack with the $2/1 Mucinex Allergy Product 8-10-14 RP x9/21 and pick up the 5 ct for .99 cents.

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14 Responses to “Huge Price Cut on Mucinex Allergy 30 Ct – Save 90%”

  1. Cora G says:

    Hi! The online price is at $9.99 which the target the store will certainly price match. With a triple stack, we might just end up paying less than $1 for tax. Here is my concern, though. Can we stack the manufacturer coupon with a target coupon for this product? The mucinex $6.00 off manufacturer coupon states in the fine print that it cannot be combined with any other coupon. On the other hand target’s coupon policy states, “Target accepts one Manufacturer Coupon and one Target Coupon for the same item (unless prohibited by either coupon).”

    Thanks for your response.

  2. Kerry says:

    Hi Cora- unf TQs & CWs are to be used before a price match is made, even on – so you would only be able to use the MQ after the price match is made.
    regarding the wording – imo you can stack and the wording is meant to protect manufacturer’s against using another MQ on the same item. FOr example- many people think that you can use a B1G1 MQ along with a $/x MQ on the same 2 items. hth

  3. Cora G says:


    Thanks for your prompt reply. I’ll see how it works out for me. I’m grateful for all that you share with all of us because these savings make a tremendous difference to our finances. God bless you!


  4. Courtney says:

    There was also a $7.00/1 Mucinex Allergy Product, 30 ct or larger in my SS 9/7! What a fabulous deal!

  5. Marianne says:

    I had a $5.00 target coupon that printed out at the register. I combined it with cartwheel and the $6 coupon. It was a moneymaker for me.

  6. Kerry says:

    awesome Courtney – I’ll add it in in case others got it!

  7. Renee says:

    When I bought this it printed a target store coupon for $5 off so I did the deal again and another $5 target coupon printed!

  8. allison says:

    A 7.00 target coupon printed out for me at the register last week!! With the cartwheel and 7.00 manufacturer’s coupon it should make for a real nice moneymaker!! Keeping my fingers crossed that there is still some left on the shelf! :)

  9. Cora G says:

    I did a price match of $9.99. Used the $6 MQ, $2 TQ and 25% cartwheel. With the triple stack, I paid $0.52 for tax alone!

  10. Jillian says:

    I did the price match on their site, didn’t use the TQ but used 4 $7 mq’s I got in my Sunday’s paper and used cartwheel. Ended up paying only $0.49 for 4 of them! Saved a total of $74 too!

  11. Paty says:

    Jillian so is better to use the $7 MQ and the price match right ?

  12. Kerry says:

    Hi paty- according to policy – a store is supposed to apply CW &TQ before a price match is made. Not after. hth

  13. Melody says:

    I also received a $5 TQ at the register and stacked with the $7.00 MQ. It was the only item in my transaction, so it wasn’t a moneymaker, but it was free! My store was out of the 30 ct in the aisle, but had lots hiding on an endcap.

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