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Rite Aid Match Ups: Get These Free!

Posted on Monday, February 21st, 2011 at 8:12 am
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Combine those coupons with sales and rewards to get the following items for free (and sometimes even make money) at Rite Aid. Don’t you just love these drugstore deals?

Always, Carefree, or Kotex Pantiliners (18-22 ct.) are priced at $0.99
Use the $1/1 Carefree Product, exp. 3-31-11 from the February issue of Good Housekeeping
Or use the $1/1 Always Pantiliners, exp. 9-30-11 P&G Sampler coupon insert
Or use the $1/1 Always Product, exp. 2-28-11 from the P&G Everyday Savings Book
Get it free!

Sucrets (18 ct.) is priced at $2.99
Get $2 +UP Reward
Use the $1.50/1 Sucrets Product, exp. 4-30-11 (SS 01/23/11)
Or use the $1/1 Sucrets Product, exp. 3-31-11 (SS 11/21/10)
Get it for free or make money!

Hormel Compleats is priced at $1.99. Buy at least 2
Get $1 Monthly +UP Reward
Use the $1/2 Select Hormel or Dinty Moore Products Feb. Rite Aid printable coupon
Use the $0.50/1 Select Hormel, Dinty Moore or Spam Items Jan. Rite Aid printable coupon
Plus 2 $0.55/1 Hormel Compleats, exp. 4-18-11 (SS 02/13/11)
Get it free! This is also one of the products that qualifies for $20 +UP Reward when you buy $100

Select Baby Care Items are priced at $2.99
Get $2 +UP Reward
Use the $1/1 Johnson’s Baby Lotion printable
Get it free!

Right Guard Body Wash (13.5 oz.) is priced at $3.99
Get $3 +UP Reward
Look for the $1/1 Right Guard peelie coupon on the bottles
Get it free.

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