Rite Aid Coupon Matchups: Nov 29 - Dec 5
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Rite Aid Coupon Matchups: Nov 29 – Dec 5

Posted on Monday, November 30th, 2015 at 9:17 am
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Rite AidWelcome 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
Buy 1 participating Nasacort or Allegra product, Get 100 Plenti Points (=$1.00); Limit 2 Offers

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Nasacort 24-Hour Allergy Relief, 120 sprays – $18.99
Out-of-Pocket Price: $10.99
Final Price: $4.99
Buy 1; Use $5.00/1 coupon & $3.00/1 Rite Aid coupon; Includes 100 Plenti Points (= $1.00) and and $5.00 MobiSave Rebate
Buy 2 participating Halls product, Get 100 Plenti Points (=$1.00); Limit 2 Offers

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Halls Cough Drops, 70 – 80 ct – $3.50

2/$7 (or $3.99 each)

Out-of-Pocket Price: $2.50
Final Price: $1.63
Buy 2; Use (1) $1.00/2 coupon & (1) $1.00/1 Rite Aid coupon; Includes $.75/2 Checkout 51 Rebate; Includes 100 Plenti Points (= $1.00)
Buy 2 participating Kellogg’s or General Mills products, Get 100 Plenti Points (=$1.00); Limit 2

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General Mills Fiber One Bars – $2.50

2/$5 (or $2.99 each)

  • $0.50/1 Fiber One Chewy Bars, 90 Calorie Products, Protein Chewy Bars, Streusel Bars, Cheesecake Bars, or Cookies – 10-25-15 SS (exp. 12/19/15)
  • $1.00/2 Fiber One Chewy Bars, 90 Calorie Products, Protein Chewy Bars, Streusel Bars, Cheesecake Bars, or Cookies – 10-25-15 SS (exp. 12/19/15)
Out-of-Pocket Price: $2.00
Final Price: $1.50
Buy 2; Use (1) $1.00/2 coupon; Includes 100 Plenti Points (= $1.00)
Buy 2; Get 100 Plenti Points (= $1.00); Limit 2 Offers

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Smucker’s Jelly, 18 – 32 oz – $2.00

2/$4 (or $2.99 each)

Out-of-Pocket Price: $2.00
Final Price: $0.75
Buy 2; Includes (2) $.75/1 MobiSave Rebate; Includes 100 Plenti Points (=$1.00)
Buy 2; Get 200 Plenti Points (= $2.00); Limit 2 Offers

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Ziploc Containers, 2 – 4 ct – $3.00

2/$6 (or $3.49 each)

Out-of-Pocket Price: $2.50
Final Price: $1.25
Buy 2; Use (1) $1.00/2 coupon; Includes 200 Plenti Points (= $2.00) and $0.50 Ibotta Rebate
Spend $30 on participating P&G products; Get 1,000 Plenti Points (= $10.00); Limit 1

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Tide Laundry Detergent, 46 – 50 oz – $5.94
Final Price: $4.94
Buy 1; Use $1.00/1 coupon; Combine with other products for additional savings
Canned Goods & Soups

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Campbell’s Condensed Soups, 10 oz – $0.99
Final Price: $0.64
Buy 4; Use (1) $1.00/2 Rite Aid coupons & $.40/4 coupon
Cookies, Snacks & Candy

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Holiday M&M’s, 11.4 – 12.6 oz – $2.50

2/$5 (or $3.49)

Out-of-Pocket Price: $2.00
Final Price: $1.25
Buy 2; Use $1.00/2 coupon; Includes $.75/1 MobiSave Rebate
Home Supplies

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Clorox Clean Up Spray, 32 oz – $3.99
Final Price: $2.74
Buy 2; Use $1.00/2 manufacturer coupon & $1.50/1 Rite Aid coupon
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