The key to playing any grocery store or drug store game is rolling your rewards. Your initial out of pocket expense is higher until you can start accumulating rewards to roll. There are a number of reasons to roll your +UP Rewards at Rite Aid:
- The goal is always to spend the least amount out of pocket for the most items so rolling your +UP Rewards accomplishes this goal.
- +UP Rewards have a two week expiration date, giving you plenty of time to roll your rewards week to week.
- It is good to walk out of the store with the same amount or more in +UP Rewards than when you walked in.
- Why pay more when you can use +UP Reward rolling to your advantage?!
Last week’s Rite Aid deals were not appealing. There is only so much shampoo a girl needs! Knowing +UP Rewards have a two week expiration date gives you the flexibility to say no one week and save for the next week’s deals.
This week came along and it was pertinent to spend the $10 in +UP Rewards before they expire. (That’s like losing ten bucks people!) After looking through Melody’s post, the only item to jump out was razors. Still wanting to walk out with another $10 in +UP Rewards or as close as possible, some deodorant jumped into the cart to help.
The $10 +UP Reward from two weeks ago has now been saved and rolled to the next +UP Rewards to be used (hopefully) on items we need. Let the rolling continue!
Here is a great way to spend some of your +UP Rewards either from last week (or two weeks ago!) or continue to roll them this week:
Gillette Fusion ProGlide (1 ct) $8.79 (sale price $9.99)
(2) Lady Speed Stick Deodorant (2.3 oz) $2.99
(4) Bic Silky Touch Razors (10 ct) $2.99
Total Before Coupons: $26.73
Used $2/1 Gillette coupon
Used (4) $3/1 Bic coupon from 3/17 SS insert
Used $10 +UP Rewards from two weeks ago (plus $1 +UP Reward from a friend!)
Paid $1.73, Received $14 +UP Rewards
Rite Aid Gift Card Balance: $29.26
+UP Rewards for next week: $14
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