Rite Aid Back to School Deals - Week of August 4, 2013
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Rite Aid Back to School Deals – Week of August 4, 2013

Posted on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 at 9:43 am
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Rite Aid Matchup Logo$0.49 Sale (with Wellness+ Card)
Crayola Crayons (8 count)
Crayola Chalk (12 count)
Avery Big Tabs
Mead Composition Books
Paper Portfolios
Rite Aid Rubber Bands
Rite Aid Highlighters
Rite Aid Reusable Envelopes

$0.99 Sale (with Wellness+ Card)
Avery Big Tab Dividers
Report Covers
White Poster Board
H&I Learn to Letter Pad
Image Fat Book
Pilot EZ Touch Black Pens

50% off Sale (with Wellness+ Card)
Assorted Lunch Kits, Totes, Bags, Soup 2 Go Container, Kid’s Water Bottles or Juice Box

25% off Sale (with Wellness+ Card)
Crayola Everything Imaginable Arts and Craft Supplies
PlaySkool Arts and Craft Supplies
Select Children’s Activity Books
Assorted Planners, Journals or Binders
Back to School Plastic Storage Containers
All 3M Command Hooks, Scotch Fasteners, Super Glue, or Master Lock Locks

Buy One Get One Free Sale (with Wellness+ Card)
PaperMate Pens
Pentel Pens
Sharpie Accent Highlighters
Mead Five Star 1, 3, and 5 Subject Notebooks
Scotch Tape
Krazy Glue
Elmer’s Adhesives or Fasteners
Assorted Backpacks or Totes

Other Deals
PrintRight, HP or Georgia Pacific Copy Paper REams – $3.99 with Wellness+ Card, Plus receive $1.00 +Up Reward!
Assorted Bic or Pilot Writing Instruments – $2.99
Book Sox Book Covers – $2.99
8-Count Writing Value Pack – $2.99
Assorted Bic, Pilot, Zebra, or Rite Aid Home Writing Instruments – $1.99
Bic Wite-Out Pen – $1.99
Mead Single Subject Notebooks (70 sheets) – 3 for $0.99

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