When checking your receipt after leaving this store you may be pleasantly surprised.

It's a good day when you have a little extra cash in your pocket.

Items that were once $29.99 are now $25.00 or $7.29 are now $5.99.

When every penny counts, it's a good feeling when you start noticing items that used to be more expensive come down in price.

That's usually unheard of, however, there have been a few stores recently that have actually lowered prices including Target and Aldi.

Now there's another store to add to the list.

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Read More: Big Retailer In New Jersey Slashes Prices On Everyday Essentials

Walgreens Lowers Prices

Walgreens is slashing prices on 1,300 products. It's all part of a summer promotion.

"Walgreens understands our customers are under financial strain and struggle to purchase everyday essentials," said Tracey D. Brown, EVP and president of Walgreens Retail, and Chief Customer Officer.

The Courier Post had a list of some of the items coming down in price which include:

One a Day 80 count Men's and Women’s Gummy Vitamins now $11.99 (was $13.49)

Always Pad Mod Regular (20 count) now $6.99 (was $7.49)

Clean & Clear Foaming Facial Cleanser now $6.99 (was $7.99)

Eucerin Advance Repair Hand Cream now $5.99 (was $7.29)

Kanka Soft Brush Tooth and Gum Pain Gel 0.07 ounce now $7.99 (was $9.79)

Salonpas Pain Relief Patch now $10.99 (was $11.99)

Nine (9) Can Igloo Hard Cooler now $25.00 (was $29.99)

Squishmallow 16” plush now $20.00 (was $24.99)

Bring on the Sun Youth Dive Rings and Goggles now $3.00 (was $4.99)

Lasko 20” Box Fan now $25.00 (was $29.99)

Nice! Mini Pretzels now $1.99 (was $2.79)

Nice! Sour Cream & Onion Potato Chips now $1.99 (was $2.79)

Here's how NJ prices have changed: Now, 10, 20 years ago

From food items to popular clothing to entertainment outings — here's a roundup of what things cost in 2023, as compared to estimates from 2013 and 2003.

Gallery Credit: Erin Vogt

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