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Sunday Coupons, Rite Aid Rebates

Posted on Sunday, February 8th, 2009 at 8:43 am
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This week there are three inserts in the Sunday papers – a Smart Source (SS) a Red Plum (RP) and a Proctor and Gamble Brandsaver (PG). We will have our alphabetized list of grocery coupons up soon – we’ve had some tech difficulties with getting it posted, but will have it shortly. When we do, you will be able to search coupons by name or by insert type.

We’ve talked about the really great deals matching up coupons to CVS drugstore’s Extra Care Bucks (ECB) program, but we haven’t really discussed some of the other great ongoing deals out there in discount drug
world. This week there are some super match ups with coupons at Rite Aid. If you have a Rite Aid drugstore near you, it pays to check out their Single Check Rebate offers, published monthly, as well as their weekly deals.

In this week’s flyer, find two coupons for a free $25 gift card when you transfer your prescription to Rite Aid. Drugstores now are becoming very competitive for your pharmacy business, and they are willing to give you incentives to transfer your prescriptions. You’ll need to submit the coupon when the prescription is dropped off.

Some of the outstanding deals at Rite Aid this week are these:
Garnier Fructis Ultra Strong Hairspray or Full control Mousse – Price 2.99
Single Check rebate 2.99
Use the $ coupon from RP 1/4 or RP 11/9 and profit $1

Hershey’s Single Candy Bars Price 2 for $1. Use the Buy one Get one free coupon in SS 11/9 and/or the free Special Dark Bar when you buy a milk chocolate bar from SS 1/25. If you use both these coupons your final price is 2 free bars.

Windex (spray bottle or wipes) Price 2.99
Use the 50 cent coupon in the store ad
Use the .40 coupon in SS 1/11
Manufacturers rebate of up to $4.50 on wipes or spray found in SS 1/11
Your final price is free.

With single check rebates, match up these coupons:

Listerine $10 rebate – Buy 4, get $10 in Single Check Rebate. Use the $1 coupon from a home mailer (exp 9/15/2009) and $2 coupon from RP 2/8/2009 for additional savings.

$2 Kotex – Buy 2 Kotex or Poise products get $2 Single Check Rebate
Use $1 coupon from SS 1/18/2009 and/or .75 coupon from SS 1/18/2009 for additional savings
Aquafresh toothpaste $10 rebate – Buy 5 Aquafresh toothpaste/gel flex toothbrushes, get $10 Single Check rebate. Use the coupons for $1 or .75 in SS 1/4/2009 for additional savings.

It’s important to look at the specific dates for rebates in the Rite Aid circular – dates of submission vary in some areas. For details, please look at the Rite Aid website and the monthly Single Check rebate catalog here.

You can submit these rebates online – save your register receipt – and this saves you postage and getting lost in the mail. Much easier to track.

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