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2013 Rite Aid Coupon Policy

Posted on Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 at 9:42 am
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Rite Aid accepts many coupon types – including manufacturer coupons found in newspapers and magazines, as well as print-at-home/internet coupons. Rite Aid accepts the following coupon types as detailed in the acceptance guidelines listed below:

Coupon Types

Manufacturer Coupons – Manufacturer coupons are found in newspapers, magazines, and even affixed on products. You can also print manufacturer coupons at home. The UPC on manufacturer coupons begins with a “5”

Rite Aid Manufacturer Coupons – Rite Aid manufacturer coupons generally appear in their weekly circular, on their website, and are sent to customers via email. These coupons are labeled “manufacturer coupon” and have a UPC that begins with “49”

Rite Aid Valuable Coupons – Rite Aid coupons are labeled “Valuable Coupon” and have a UPC that begins with “48”

Internet/Print-at-Home Coupons – Rite Aid accepts Internet/Print-at-Home coupons

+Up Rewards – +Up Reward coupons are special coupons earned by a customer in a prior purchase that can be used for any non-prescription purchase with a small number of exclusions listed on the individual coupon. Multiple +Up coupons can be used (subject to printed exclusions) up to the amount of purchase before sales tax

eCoupons – Rite Aid and its business partners make electronic coupons available that can be loaded on to a wellness+ card. The register automatically “rings” the coupon with the qualifying item is scanned with the wellness+ card

Buy One, Get One Free

  • Rite Aid accepts Buy One, Get One Free coupons, however only one coupon can be used for each pair of items purchased.
  • A customer can use one “cents off” coupon (a coupon with a fixed value such as $0.50 off or $1.50 off) in conjunction with the Buy One, Get One Free promotion (or with a Buy One, Get One Free coupon)
  • The value of the “cents off” coupon cannot exceed the selling price of the item
  • Customers can use up to two coupons with a Buy One, Get One at a % off promotion, provided the total value of the coupons does not exceed the selling price of the two items combined
  • Buy One, Get One Free coupons cannot be used with a Buy One, Get One Free promotion or with a Buy One, Get One at a % off promotion

Total Purchase Coupons – Rite Aid may feature total purchase coupons, which discount the total purchase amount based upon meeting specific requirements. For example, $5 off a $25 purchase price threshold coupon. These coupons are accepted under the following conditions:

  • The coupon is valid and in date; only one total purchase coupon per transaction
  • Total purchase equals or exceeds $25 before tax (before any coupons are applied)
  • Coupons for individual items can also be used including another Rite Aid Valuable coupon (beginning with “48”) that is tied to an item in the transaction
  • Provided the total of items purchased is equal to or greater than the purchase requirement, other coupons can be used in conjunction with the total purchase coupon

Acceptance Guidelines

General Guidelines

  • Coupons must be valid and in date; coupons cannot be exchanged for cash
  • Register will validate coupon through scanning or keyed entry of the coupon UPC number
  • In the event that an y item’s selling price is less than the value of the coupon, Rite Aid will accept the coupon in exchange for the selling price of the item. Coupon redemption can never exceed the selling price of an item and no cash back is allowed
  • When making a return for a product that had a coupon attached, Rite Aid cannot refund cash for the value of the coupon and cannot return the coupon that was used
  • Rite Aid reserves the right to not accept any coupon where the validity of the coupon cannot be established

Multiple Coupons – More than one coupon can be used on the purchase of a single item under the following conditions:

  • All coupons match the item being purchased
  • The total of the coupons is equal to or less than the selling price of the item before sales tax
  • No more than one “48” Rite Aid Valuable coupon, one “49” Rite Aid Manufacturer coupon, and one “5” Manufacturer coupon can be used on a single item. Rite Aid may accept up to 4 identical coupons for the same number of qualifying items as long as there is sufficient stock to satisfy other customers within the store manager’s sole discretion.

Information taken for the official Rite Aid website


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