99% of the time only non-perishable items make it into my cart at Rite Aid. Shampoo, razors, feminine products, cold medicine, laundry soap, dish soap, and the like are what make it into my teeny tiny cart at Rite Aid.
I see the food for purchase when I occasionally make my way toward the candy and gum aisle, but I mainly steer clear of the cereal, crackers, condiments and baking items. I purchase these items at a grocery store so my main focus for Rite Aid is to stock-up on items you find in your bathroom or laundry room.
This week I did turn the cart down the candy and gum aisle to get some treats for my son’s birthday coming up. I am fine with buying treats at a drug store, but purchasing full on groceries just leaves me kinda leery. I always wonder how often products are rotated or even stocked on to the shelves. I know they are, but who consistently buys groceries at Rite Aid?!
I justify purchasing gum and candy at a drug store because I often see people throw in a pack of gum or grab a bag of Skittles with their pain relievers. It just seems more normal and most times I like to be normal so this week’s trip found me browsing the gum and candy aisle!
Here is a great way to spend some of your +UP Rewards either from last week or continue to roll them this week:
(3) Twizzlers (12.4-16 oz) $2
(2) Trident (3 pk) $2
Visine Mazimum Eye Drops (15 mL) $5
Total Before Coupons: $15
Used $1/3 coupon from 5/12 SS insert
Used $1/3 Twizzlers Rite Aid Video Values store coupon
Used $1/1 Visine Rite Aid Video Values store coupon
Used $3/1 coupon
Used $6 +UP Rewards from last week
Paid $3, Received $2, $1 and $1 +UP Rewards
Rite Aid Gift Card Balance: $9.80
+UP Rewards for next week: $4
Do you buy groceries at Rite Aid or other drug stores? Is it weird or am I just crazy in thinking these thoughts?
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