We were out of town this weekend, so I visited a new Rite Aid with my best friend in Seattle. Either they don’t have many coupon shoppers or there are so many stores to choose from in that area, but we had our pick of the best items! I was also pleasantly surprised at how coupon friendly they were. It’s always a little bit up in the air when you visit a store that’s not “yours”.
I split my purchase up in to two transactions to roll my +UP Rewards.
Excedrin Extra Strength $1.99
Excedrin Migraine $1.99
(2) Crest Scope Outlast toothpaste $2.69
got2b Fat-Tastic mouse $4.99
Combos .79 (filler)
$3 off $15 survey coupon
$1/1 Excedrin Migraine peelie
$1/1 Excedrin Extra Strength coupon
(2) .75/1 any Crest coupon from 6/5 PG insert
$2/1 got2b coupon from June All You magazine
$1/1 Excedrin Rite Aid Video Values coupon
Will submit for $4.99 SCR for got2b
Paid $.65 out of pocket, Received $7.38 in +UP Rewards
Pampers Prints big pack $15.99 after 20% Wellness+ discount
$1.50/1 Pampers coupon from 6/5 PG insert
$7.38 in +UP Rewards from previous transaction
Paid $7.11 out of pocket, Received $5 +UP Reward
Paid $2.76 for all items after coupons, rebate and rewards
I didn’t necessarily NEED the Excedrin, but I used it as filler items to get my total over $15 so I could use my survey coupon. Those will go straight into my donation bag, but all the other items are things we use all the time. I love being able to save such a significant amount on diapers, just by planning my transactions a little strategically.
I can’t wait to hear how you all did today! I was a little worried about the coupon policy change and how it would affect our Rite Aid shopping, but I am as pleased as ever about all the great deals I have been getting.
Be sure to check out the rest of this week’s Rite Aid deals here.
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