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$1.00 Simple Cleansers & Wipes at Rite Aid

Posted on Monday, July 28th, 2014 at 3:00 pm
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Head to Rite Aid this week and stock up on your facial cleansers!

Simple Cleansers and Wipes – $5.00
Buy $15 in participating Unilever products, Get $5 +UP, Limit 2; Offer expires 8/2/14
Includes: Select varieties with regular retail $6.99 – $8.29

$2.00/1 Simple Cleanser or Moisturizer; Excludes Trial or Travel Size; Maximum 2 Identical Coupons Allowed In Same Shopping Trip
$2.00/1 Simple Moisturizer or Cleanser; Excludes Trial and Travel Sizes, any Special or Bonus packs, and Wipes – Rite Aid Digital Coupon – (exp. 08/13/14)
B1G1 Simple Facial Wipes FREE wyb (1) Simple Cleanser or Moisturizer; Maximum Value $6.99; Excludes Trial or Travel Size; Maximum 2 Identical Coupons Allowed In Same Shopping Trip – 7-27-14 RP – (exp. 08/10/14)

Out-of-Pocket Price: $2.67
Final Price: $1.00
Buy 3 (1 must be wipes); Use (1) $2/1 Coupon and (1) B1G1 Coupon; Includes $5 +UP Rewards

 

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