This week best Walgreens/Duane Reade valid October 4 - 10, 2015: 10/$5 Smile & Save Paper Towels or Big Roll Bath Tissue; B1G1 free Nature’s Bounty, Ester-C or Osteo Bi-Flex Vitamins and Supplements; B1G1 50% off Shea Moisture Hair, Baby, Shave or Bath Care; B1G1 ... [ Read More ]
This week best deals: $1.99 Quaker Quick 1-Minute Oats; Tide Simply Clean & Fresh Liquid Laundry Detergent BOGO; Nature Made Vitamins and Supplements BOGO; Russell Stover or Whitman’s Chocolates BOGO; $0.99 Brach’s Autumn Candy; $2.99 Splenda No-Calorie Sweetener; 2 ... [ Read More ]
Current best Walgreens / Duane Reade deals valid September 6 - 12, 2105: $2.49 1-Gallon Milk; B1G1 free Purex Laundry Detergent; B1G1 free Finest Nutrition Vitamins and Supplements; B1G1 50% off Revlon Cosmetics; 2/$5 1-Gallon Arizona Tea or Drink; 5/$5 Chobani Greek ... [ Read More ]
This week best deals from Walgreens/Duane Reade valid 08/30 - 09/05/2015: $3.99 Breyers Ice Cream; $6.99 Blue Diamond Almonds; B1G1 free Nature Made Vitamins and Supplements; 2/$6 Lunch Favorites; $6.99 Kingsford Charcoal; B1G1 free Oscar Mayer Wieners; 2/$6 Simply ... [ Read More ]
Latest deals from Walgreens/Duane Reade valid August 23 - 29, 2015: $.49 Paper Mate Grip Mechanical No. 2 Pencils; $3.99 Water or Drops; $49.99 Amope Pedi Perfect Electronic Nail File; $1.99 Purex Laundry Detergent; 2/$5 Candy; 2/$6 Edy’s Ice Cream; $7.99 Maxwell House ... [ Read More ]
Current best deals from Walgreens/Duane Reade valid August 16 - 22, 2105: 7/$1 Wexford School Supplies; $.39 Paper Mate School Supplies; $.99 Crayola School Supplies; $5.99 Paper Products; B1G1 free Nature’s Bounty, Osteo Bi-Flex or Ester-C Vitamins and Supplements; ... [ Read More ]
Deals of the Week: $0.29 Paper Mate Mechanical Pencils; Finest Nutrition Vitamins and Supplements BOGO; Crayola Art Supplies BOGO; $9.99 Purina Busy Bone Mini; $2.99 Nice! Ice Cream, Frozen Treats; 2 for $5 General Mills Cereal; $5.99 Good & Delish Single-Serve ... [ Read More ]
This week best deals: $0.99 Crayola Classic Markers, Colored Pencils; $1.99 Lay’s or Doritos Chips; 3 for $6 Purex Laundry Detergent; L’Oréal Foundation, Primer, Concealer, Blush, Powder and Lip Cosmetics - buy 1 get 1 50% OFF; Nature’s Bounty, Ester-C, or Osteo Bi-Flex ... [ Read More ]
This week hot savings: $0.10 Wexford 2-Pocket Paper Folder; CoverGirl Cosmetics - buy 1 get 1 50% OFF; 3 for $3 Theater Pack Candy; 2 for $5 Orbit, Ice Breakers, Eclipse or Wrigley’s Gum; $6.49 Maxwell House or Gevalia Single-Serve Cups Coffee, 12 pk; 4 for $10 Hot or ... [ Read More ]
Current best Walgreens/Duane Reade deals valid 07/19 - 07/25/2015: $2.99 Backpack; $3.99 Dasani; 40% off Revlon Foundation, Primer, Concealer, Blush, Powder and Lip Cosmetics; $3.99 Edy’s Ice Cream; B1G1 free Blue Diamond Almonds; B1G1 free Arm & Hammer 2x Liquid ... [ Read More ]
Weekly Specials: Purex Laundry Detergent BOGO; Shea Moisture Hair, Shave, Baby or Bath Care BOGO; $5.99 McCafe Coffee K-Cups 12 pk; 2 for $4 Smucker’s Strawberry Fruit Spread; Nice! or Good & Delish Ice Cream - buy 1 get 1 50% OFF; $0.99 Palmolive Dish Liquid 10 ... [ Read More ]
This week best savings: 2 for $10 Tresemme Shampoo or Conditioner; 3 for $3 Crest Pro Health Mouthwash; $8.99 L’Oréal Preference or Feria Hair Color; 2 for $4 Gevalia Iced Coffee; 2 for $3 2-Liter Coca-Cola Products; 2 for $5 Dinty Moore Beef Stew; 2 for $5 Select ... [ Read More ]
Duane Reade Weekly Ad, Weekly Circular
Duane Reade Inc., a subsidiary of the Walgreen Company, is a chain of pharmacy and convenience stores, primarily located in New York City, known for its high volume small store layouts in densely populated Manhattan locations. The headquarters is located along Ninth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.
Gary Charboneau, the company’s senior vice-president of sales and marketing since 1993, explained his store layout strategy in New York magazine in 2005. He designed each store using four sections: one for beauty and cosmetic products, another that serves as a pharmacy, a third section for seasonal products such as cards and candy, and a fourth for household and grocery items. Cosmetic items were placed near store entrances, pharmacy sections were moved to the rear of stores since—according to Charboneau—”people don’t browse for prescriptions”, and the other two sections occupied remaining space. As Ian Mount wrote in the magazine article, “half of Duane Reade’s sales come from food, cosmetics, and the like.
If you are interested in knowing more about the company, its statements, products, and special offers or discounts, please visit www.duanereade.com.
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