Rite Aid - Part 33
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Free Peanut Butter at Rite-Aid!

Posted on Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 at 8:11 am
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Get it for free!

Get it for free!

Get a free full-sized jar of Jif Peanut Butter at Rite-Aid this week.

Here is how you do the deal.

Buy 2 Jif Peanut Butter for $3.98 total
Use the $1/1 Rite Aid Bonus Video Values coupon
Plus use the $1/2 Jif regular Video Values coupon
You’ll get a bonus of $2 in UP rewards, making both jars free!

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Free Stuff and Money Makers at Rite-Aid

Posted on Sunday, January 30th, 2011 at 2:10 pm
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Using More Coupons Means Spending Less Money

Using More Coupons Means Spending Less Money

Do the following store match ups this week to get free stuff at Rite-Aid.

Buy AMO Complete Multi-Purpose Solution for $7.99
Get $7.99 SCR
Plus if you use the $1/1 coupon from the 1/2 SmartSource insert, you’ll make money!

Buy Corcidin for $5.99
Get $4 back
Plus use $2/1 Video Values coupon and get it free.

Buy Neuragen Gel for $19.99
Get $19.99 SCR
Plus if you use the $10/1 coupon from the 12/5 RedPlum insert, you’ll make money!

Buy 2 Stayfree Pads. They are on sale for Buy One Get One Free
Use the Buy One Get One Free coupon from the 1/9 SmartSource insert
Get them both for free!

Buy Afrin for $5.99
Get $4 UPR
Plus, you can use $3/1 coupon from the 1/2 SmartSource insert and
the $2/1 Video Values coupon to make money!

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Rite-Aid Matchup Freebies

Posted on Sunday, January 23rd, 2011 at 2:17 pm
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Get it Free!

Get it Free!

Get the following items for free at Rite-Aid with coupons and URP (the Rite-Aid rebate program).

Kellogg’s Smart Start Cereal is $2.50

You can get these free when you find the specially marked free after rebate boxes


GE Extra Soft Lightbulbs are $1.99.

Get $1.99 back in UPR


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Rite-Aid Freebies for 12/28

Posted on Tuesday, December 28th, 2010 at 1:06 pm
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Get the following products free when you combine coupons with Rite-Aid’s deals and rewards program.

Crest Toothpaste or Oral B Toothbrush

Use $1/1 coupon from the Rite Aid Clip + Save Booklet

Plus the $1/1 coupon from the 12/26  P&G Sunday insert

Get $1 UPR


Gillette or Secret Clinical or Old Spice Pro Strength Deodorant

Use $3/1 coupon from the Rite Aid Clip + Save Booklet

Plus the $3/1 coupon from the 12/26 P&G Sunday insert

Get $3 UPR back.

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Rite Aid Free Toothpaste

Posted on Monday, December 6th, 2010 at 7:15 am
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You can get Colgate toothpaste for free this week at Rite Aid. Just combine the sale $2.99 with the $1/1 coupon from the SmartSource 11/14 coupon insert, plus the $1/1 printable coupon. You’ll get it for only $.99 plus $2 back in UPR, making them pay you $1 for buying it!

The Rite Aid coupon is part of their video values. You’ll have to watch a video to get the coupons, but there are plenty of coupons to be had. Plus, you can earn credits to get a $3 off coupon.

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Rite-Aid Match Up Deal Febreeze Noticables

Posted on Saturday, October 16th, 2010 at 7:10 am
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Seasonal savings

Seasonal savings

Make sure that you head over to Rite-Aid tomorrow to pick up a free Febreze Noticeables. They will be on sale for 2 for $5, and you’ll get a $1 UP when you buy two of them. Combine this deal with the $3/1 coupon from the 9/26 P&G Sunday coupon insert. This means that you’ll only pay $1 for two or just $.50 each.

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Rite-Aid Single Check Rebates

Posted on Sunday, October 3rd, 2010 at 9:03 am
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Get money in the mail!

Get money in the mail!

Wondering how to do the Rite-Aid Single Check Rebates? I can help. Here is some information on exactly how the Rite-Aid Single Check Rebate program works, along with some tips on getting the most out of it.

If you aren’t taking advantage of Rite-Aid Single check Rebate program, you could be missing out on hundreds of dollars on qualifying items. For the month of October, for example, there are more than $450 worth of single check rebates available.

The way it works is that you first have to set up an account at the Rite-Aid website. You only have to do this once.

Next, you shop for items that offer rebates. Hold on to your receipts. After your purchase, you enter the information from the receipts on the website. it tallies all of your rebate information and tells you how much you can get back. Then you simply request your check. Once you do that, the check is mailed to you, and you get it in about two weeks.

You can only request a check once a month, so make sure that you have all of your qualifying purchases in before you request it.

This month there are more than 80 products that qualify for Rite-Aid single check rebates. You’ll have to purchase the items from between 9/24 to 10/21 (the Rite-Aid month is off from the calendar month), and you’ll have to submit your receipts by 10/22.

The highest dollar value rebates are for Hewlett Packard DVD-R or DVD+R 25 Pack or the Vextra Boombox. You get $10 back from these. Sometimes the rebates require you to purchase multiple items to qualify. For example, you have to purchase two of the GE Longer life Lightbulbs 2 pack to get a $2 rebate.

Another thing to know is that there are also limits on multiples, so you can’t do the same rebate over and over on a product. Sometimes this limit can be as low as one or as high as three. It all depends on the value of the product.

Another limit or requirement might be dollar amount. This month, for example, you’ll have to purchase $25 worth of Similac/PediaSure/Isomil to get the $5 Rite-Aid rebate.

If you watch the rebates carefully, you could get a lot of products for free because many of the Rite-Aid rebates give you the full price of the product back in the rebate form.

Be sure to check back to the FreeCoupons blog. I’ll post any really good Rite-Aid Single Check rebate offers when they are available (along with free printable coupons, good deal alerts, coupon codes and more savings advice).

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Rite Aid Printable Coupons at Coupons.com

Posted on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010 at 5:27 pm
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If you love to shop at Rite Aid and take advantage of the Single Check Rebates, there are some super coupons.com offers for you.  Hurry and print them before they are gone:

20 Free 4×6 prints when you buy 50 at Rite Aid.

Save $5 when you spend $25 at Rite Aid.

$2 off L’Oreal Healthy Look Creme Gloss Hair color at Rite Aid

$2 off Benadryl Allergy at Rite Aid

Get at $25 gift card when you transfer a prescription at Rite Aid

But that’s not all.  You can get credits for going to the Rite Aid website, and watching their videos.  They will reward you with points, which add up to coupons off of products.  Right now, when you get 20 video points, you’ll get a $5 off $20 bonus coupon.  There are assorted product coupons you can aim for, from 10 cents to $10.00.  When you combine these with the Single Check Rebates, that’s a lot of free products!

Coupons.com tends to pull a popular coupon after a certain number of downloads, so be sure to print these soon.

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Sunday Coupons, Rite Aid Rebates

Posted on Sunday, February 8th, 2009 at 8:43 am
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This week there are three inserts in the Sunday papers – a Smart Source (SS) a Red Plum (RP) and a Proctor and Gamble Brandsaver (PG). We will have our alphabetized list of grocery coupons up soon – we’ve had some tech difficulties with getting it posted, but will have it shortly. When we do, you will be able to search coupons by name or by insert type.

We’ve talked about the really great deals matching up coupons to CVS drugstore’s Extra Care Bucks (ECB) program, but we haven’t really discussed some of the other great ongoing deals out there in discount drug
world. This week there are some super match ups with coupons at Rite Aid. If you have a Rite Aid drugstore near you, it pays to check out their Single Check Rebate offers, published monthly, as well as their weekly deals.

In this week’s flyer, find two coupons for a free $25 gift card when you transfer your prescription to Rite Aid. Drugstores now are becoming very competitive for your pharmacy business, and they are willing to give you incentives to transfer your prescriptions. You’ll need to submit the coupon when the prescription is dropped off.

Some of the outstanding deals at Rite Aid this week are these:
Garnier Fructis Ultra Strong Hairspray or Full control Mousse – Price 2.99
Single Check rebate 2.99
Use the $ coupon from RP 1/4 or RP 11/9 and profit $1

Hershey’s Single Candy Bars Price 2 for $1. Use the Buy one Get one free coupon in SS 11/9 and/or the free Special Dark Bar when you buy a milk chocolate bar from SS 1/25. If you use both these coupons your final price is 2 free bars.

Windex (spray bottle or wipes) Price 2.99
Use the 50 cent coupon in the store ad
Use the .40 coupon in SS 1/11
Manufacturers rebate of up to $4.50 on wipes or spray found in SS 1/11
Your final price is free.

With single check rebates, match up these coupons:

Listerine $10 rebate – Buy 4, get $10 in Single Check Rebate. Use the $1 coupon from a home mailer (exp 9/15/2009) and $2 coupon from RP 2/8/2009 for additional savings.

$2 Kotex – Buy 2 Kotex or Poise products get $2 Single Check Rebate
Use $1 coupon from SS 1/18/2009 and/or .75 coupon from SS 1/18/2009 for additional savings
Aquafresh toothpaste $10 rebate – Buy 5 Aquafresh toothpaste/gel flex toothbrushes, get $10 Single Check rebate. Use the coupons for $1 or .75 in SS 1/4/2009 for additional savings.

It’s important to look at the specific dates for rebates in the Rite Aid circular – dates of submission vary in some areas. For details, please look at the Rite Aid website and the monthly Single Check rebate catalog here.

You can submit these rebates online – save your register receipt – and this saves you postage and getting lost in the mail. Much easier to track.

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