Rite Aid Coupon Matchups: March 27 - April 2
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Rite Aid Coupon Matchups: March 27 – April 2

Posted on Monday, March 28th, 2016 at 9:44 am
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Welcome to this week’s Rite Aid Coupon Matchups! 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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Rite Aid Plenti Points
Spend $50 on specialty marked Spring For Points items; Get 2,000 Plenti Points (= $20.00); Limit 2 Offers

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Bounty Paper Towels, 2 Roll – $3.50

2/$7 (or $3.99 each)

Final Price: $3.25
Buy 1; Use (1) $0.25/1 coupon; Combine with other Spring items for additional Points savings

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Gain Laundry Detergent, 100 oz – $11.94
Out-of-Pocket Price: $11.49
Final Price: $7.54
Buy 5; Use (4) $0.50/1 coupons; Includes 2,000 Plenti Points (= $20.00)

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Maybelline New York Cosmetics – B1G1 50% OFF

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Pepperidge Farm Cookies, 7 – 7.5 oz – $2.99
Final Price: $1.99
Buy 1; Use (1) $1.00/1 coupon; Combine with other offers for additional savings

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Post Cereal – $2.50

2/$5 (or $2.99 each); Cereal and Cereal Bars; Mix and Match

Final Price: $1.50
Buy 2; Use (2) $1.00/1 coupons; Combine with other Spring items for additional Points savings

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Purina Beneful Dog Food, 3.5 lbs – $5.99
  • B1G1 Purina Beneful Brand Dog Food – 2-28-16 SS; Includes 3.5 lb only; Limit of 4 Like Coupons Per Household Per Day (exp. 05/28/16)
Final Price: $2.99
Buy 2; Use (1) B1G1 coupon; Combine with other Spring items for additional Points savings
Beverages

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Nesquik, 10.9 oz – $2.99
  • $1.00/1 Nestle Nesquik Powder or Lowfat Chocolate Milk Bottles – 1-3-16 SS; Includes 10 pk 8 oz Only or Powder Any Size; Void in CO, MO, and Where Prohibited (exp. 06/03/16)
Final Price: $1.99
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