Rite Aid Back to School Deals: July 20 - 26
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Rite Aid Back to School Deals: July 20 – 26

Posted on Sunday, July 20th, 2014 at 6:49 am
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We have some new Back to School deals at Rite Aid! Below are the best deals this week but be sure to click the button below to see ALL of this week’s coupon matchups!

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Some Sales and Prices may vary by store.
Office Supplies
Back to School Needs Mix & Match
Mead Composition Books – B2G1
Pencil Case – B2G1
Playskool Crayons, 24 ct – B2G1
Playskool School Glue, 4 oz – B2G1
Portfolios – B2G1

Includes: Poly or Paper

Westcott Scissors – B2G1
Glue and Tape Mix & Match
Elmer’s Glue – B1G1
Backpacks & Lunchboxes
Backpacks – 50% OFF

Includes: Select varieties

Organization School Supplies
Notebooks, 70 ct – $0.47
Writing School Supplies
Crayola Chalk, 12 pk – $0.47
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