Rite Aid Deals for September 9 – 15

by Melody on September 7, 2012

Here are the best Rite Aid deals starting Sunday, September 9th, brought to you by Melody from This Beautiful Frugal Life. Be sure to check out Melody’s post “My Favorite Things to Buy at Costco”.

Here are links and coupons you may need to score big this week at Rite Aid:

:: Video Values coupons
:: Single Check Rebate program

Are you new to playing Rite Aid? Get all of your questions answered at the Rite Aid Store Guide

Please note: Some prices may vary by region, especially on the BOGO deals or deals from the ad where prices aren’t listed.

Important NoteAs of September 2nd, your +UP Rewards will no longer print on your receipt, but will automatically load to your Wellness+ card.  Your rewards can be tracked online through your Wellness+ account and will no longer be able to be used until 6 AM the following day.  You can opt out of this program and still have your rewards print on your receipt by calling customer service at 1-800-748-3243 or by speaking to a cashier at your local store on September 2nd. 

{SINGLE CHECK REBATE DEALS}

Almay Foundation, Powder or Blush on sale $8.99
Buy 1, Get $2 SCR – limit 3
Buy Almay Wake Up Makeup $8.99
Use $2/1 coupon from 8/5 SS insert
Use $3/1 Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Pay $3.99, Submit for $2 SCR
$1.99 after coupons and rebate

{+UP REWARD DEALS}

Claritin (24-30 ct) on sale $22.99
Buy 1, Get $3 +UP Reward – limit 1
Use $5/1 coupon or $4/1 coupon from 8/26 SS insert
Pay $17.99, Get $3 +UP
As low as $14.99 after coupon and reward

Allegra (45 ct) or Allegra-D (30 ct) on sale $23.99
Buy 1, Get $5 +UP Reward – limit 2
Use $5/1 coupon or $4/1 coupon or $7/1 coupon from 9/9 SS insert
Use $2/1 Rite Aid store coupon from Flu Shot Coupon Booklet
Pay $14.99, Get $5 +UP
As low as $9.99 each after coupons and reward
*It’s possible this will qualify for a $2 SCR, but I can’t quite verify the size.  Submit your receipts just in case!

Miralax (30 dose) on sale $22.99
Buy 1, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 3
Use $1/1 coupon or $4/1 coupon from 9/9 SS insert
Use $3/1 Rite Aid store coupon from weekly ad
Pay $15.99, Get $1 +UP
$14.99 after coupons and reward

Ensure Muscle or Clear (4 pack) on sale $6.99
Spend $20, Get $5 +UP Reward – limit 1
Buy 3
Use (3) $1.25/1 Ensure Clear coupons or $2/1 coupons from 7/29 SS insert or $3/2 coupon
Use $1/1 Ensure Clear Rite Aid Video Values coupon (August)
Pay $13.97, Get $5 +UP
As low as $2.99 after coupons and reward

Listerine (1 liter) or Rembrandt Toothpaste on sale $5.49
Buy 1, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 2
Use $2/1 Rembrandt coupon or $1/1 Listerine coupon from 7/29 RP or 9/9 RP insert
Use $1/1 Listerine Rite Aid Video Values coupon (August)
Pay $3.49, Get $1 +UP
$2.49 each after coupons and reward

Colgate Optic White Toothpaste (4 oz) or Toothbrush on sale $3.99
Buy 1, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 4
Use $1/1 coupon from 8/26 SS or 9/9 SS insert
Use $1/1 Rite Aid Video Values coupon (August)
Pay $1.99, Get $1 +UP
$.99 after coupons and reward

Aquafresh Toothpaste on sale BOGO 50% off
Buy 2, Get $2 +UP Reward – limit 2

****Deal Scenario****
(2) Aquafresh Toothpaste $2.49/$1.24
Use $1/1 Rite Aid Video Values coupon (August)
Pay $2.73, Get $2 +UP
$.37 each after coupon and reward

****Deal Scenario****
(2) Aquafresh Extreme Clean Toothpaste $3.99/$1.99
Use (2) $.50/1 coupons
Use $1/1 Rite Aid Video Values coupon (August)
Pay $3.98, Get $2 +UP
$.99 each after coupons and reward

Revlon Face and Lip Care on sale BOGO 50% off
Spend $10, Get $4 +UP Reward – limit 2
Use $1/1 Color Cosmetic coupon from 8/5 SS insert or $5/1 coupon from 9/9 SS insert
Use $2/1 Color Stay Whipped Creme Makeup Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (August)
Use $2/1 Color Burst Lip Butter Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)

****Deal Scenario****
Revlon Whipped Creme Makeup $13.99
Use $2/1 ColorStay Whipped Creme Makeup coupon or $5/1 coupon from 9/9 SS insert
Use $2/1 ColorStay Whipped Creme Makeup Rite Aid Video Values store coupon
Pay $6.99, Get $4+UP
$2.99 after coupons and reward
*This will ring up with your Wellness+ discount, so as low as $.19 after coupons, reward and rebate

****Deal Scenario****
(2) Revlon Color Burst Lip Butter $7.49/$3.75
Use (2) $1/1 coupons from 8/5 SS insert
Use $2/1 Color Burst Lip Butter Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Pay $7.24, Get $4 +UP
$1.62 each after coupons and reward

Maybelline Cosmetics
Spend $15, Get $5 +UP Reward – limit 2
Use $1/1 Maybelline Mascara coupon or from 8/5 RP insert
Final price will vary

Wet n’ Wild Cosmetics on sale BOGO 50% off
Spend $8, Get $3 +UP Reward – limit 2
Final price will vary

Olay Regenerist or Total Effects Skin Care on sale $19.99
Buy 1, Get $2 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy Olay Regenerist or Total Effects
Buy Olay Facial Cleanser
Use Free Cleanser wyb Regenerist or Total Effects coupon from 8/26 PG insert
Pay $19.99, Get $2 +UP
$17.99 for both items after coupon and reward

L’oreal Feria or Sublime Mousse Hair Color on sale $8.99
Buy 2, Get $5 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy 2
Use (2) $2/1 coupons or from 7/29 RP or 9/9 RP insert or $4/2 coupon from 8/12 RP insert
Use $5/2 Rite Aid store coupon from weekly ad
Pay $8.98, Get $5 +UP
$1.99 each after coupons and reward

Dove Hair Care, Body Wash (12 oz), Men’s Bodywash (13.5 oz), Bar Soap (2 pack) or Antiperspirant/Deodorant on sale $3.50
Buy 2, Get $2 +UP Reward – limit 3
Buy 2
Use (2) $1/1 Dove Men+Care Bodywash coupon or $1/1 Dove Shampoo or Conditioner coupon (75 points on Recyclebank)
Use $2/2 Dove Hair Care Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (August)

****Deal Scenario****
(2) Dove Hair Care $3.5o
Use (2) $1/1 Dove Shampoo or Conditioner coupon (75 points on Recyclebank)
Use $2/2 Dove Hair Care Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (August)
Pay $3, Get $2 +UP
$.50 each after coupons and reward

Kotex Maxi Pads (14-24 ct), Lightdays Pantiliners (48-64 ct) or Tampons (18 ct) on sale $3
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy 2
Use $2/2 Kotex Natural Balance coupon or $1/2 Tampons or Liners coupon or $1.50/2 Pads coupon from 8/12 SS insert
Use $1/1 Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (August)
Pay $3, Get $1 +UP
As low as $1 each after coupons and reward

No Nonsense Hosiery, Socks or Tights on sale BOGO 50% off
Buy 2, Get $5 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy 2 No Nonsense Knee Highs (2 ct) $2.69/$1.35
Pay $4.03, Get $5 +UP
FREE + $.97 overage after reward

Gillette Fusion, Proglide, Mach3 or Venus Razor on sale $9.99
Buy 1, Get $4 +UP Reward – limit 2
Use $4/1 Fusion Proglide coupon from 8/12 RP insert or $3/1 Mach3 coupon from 8/26 PG insert or $4/1 Venus coupon from 8/12 RP insert or $3/1 Venus coupon from 8/26 PG insert or Free Mach3 Razor wyb Gillette Razor coupon from 8/26 PG insert

****Deal Scenario****
Gillette Mach3 Razor $9.99
Gillette Fusion Proglide Razor $9.99
Use $4/1 Fusion Razor coupon from 8/12 RP insert
Use Free Mach3 Razor wyb Gillette Razor coupon from 8/26 PG insert
Use $1/1 Gillette Proglide Rite Aid store coupon from Flu Shot coupon booklet
Pay $4.99, Get $8 in +UPs
FREE + $3.01 overage after coupons and rewards

Lysol All Purpose Cleaner (32 oz or 40 oz) or Power and Free Cleaner (22 oz) on sale $2.79
Buy 1, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy 2
Use (2) $.25/1 coupons or $1/1 Power and Free coupons (must play game)
Use $3/2 Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Pay $.58, Get $2 in +UPs
FREE + $1.42 overage after coupons and rewards

*There is possibly a “Spend $20, Get $5 +UP Reward” monthly deal on Lysol products.  IF your store has this advertised, you could do the following scenario:

****Deal Scenario****
Lysol Power and Free Cleaner $2.79
(4) Lysol Disinfectant Spray (19 oz) $4.49
Use $1/1 Power and Free coupon (must play game)
Use (4) $.50/1 Lysol coupons (would need 2 computers)
Use $3/2 Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Pay $14.75, Get $5 monthly +UP, $1 Power and Free +UP and $6 Disinfectant Spray +UPs
$.55 each after coupons and rewards

Lysol Disinfectant Spray (19 oz), CLR Cleaner (28 oz) or Glad Trash Bags (21-35 ct) on sale $4.49
Buy 2, Get $3 +UP Reward -  limit 2
Use $.50/1 Lysol coupons
Use $3/2 Lysol Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Use $2/1 Glad Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (August)

****Deal Scenario****
(2) Lysol Disinfectant Spray $4.49
Use (2) $.50/1 Lysol coupons
Use $3/2 Lysol Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Pay $4.98, Get $3 +UP
$.99 each after coupons and reward

****Deal Scenario****
(2) Glad Trash Bags $4.49
Use $2/1 Glad Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (August)
Pay $6.98, Get $3 +UP
$1.99 each after coupon and reward

Clorox Bleach (64-96 oz), Clorox Bleach Gel (24 oz) or Wipes (35 ct), Green Works All Purpose Cleaner (32 oz) or Pine Sol (24-28 oz) on sale $2.50
Buy 2, Get $2 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy 2 Pine Sol
Use $1/2 Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Pay $4, Get $2 +UP
$1 each after coupon and reward

Rite Aid Home Bathroom Tissue (1000 sheet, 4 roll), Moist Wipes (42 ct), Bathroom Cleaner (32 oz) or Drain Opener (32 oz) on sale $2.50
Buy 2, Get $2 +UP Reward – limit 3
Buy 2
Pay $5, Get $2 +UP
$1.50 each after reward

Muscle Milk Shake (14 oz) on sale 2/$5
Aquafina Water (24 pack) on sale $4
Gatorade (32 oz) or Pepsi products (2 liter) on sale 2/$2
Spend $10, Get $3 +UP Reward – limit 2
Final price will vary

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup on sale 4/$3 (single price $.89)
Spend $10, Get $3 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy 14 (2 will ring up at $.89)
Use (2) $1/5 coupons
Spend $8.78, Get $3 +UP
$.41 each after coupons and reward

Bumble Bee Crab or Shrimp (4-6 oz), Lunch on the Run Kit or Solid Albacore Tuna Pouch (2.5 oz) on sale $2
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 3
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon (100 points on Recyclebank)
Pay $3, Get $1 +UP
$1 each after coupon and reward

Nabisco Crackers (9-16 oz) on sale $2.50
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon or from 8/5 SS insert
Use $.75/1 Ritz Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Pay $3.25, Get $1 +UP
$1.12 each after coupon and reward

Nabisco Cookies (5.29-16.6 oz), Belvita Biscuits (8.8 oz) or Pepperidge Farm Cookies (6-8.6 oz) on sale $3
Buy 2, Get $2 +UP Reward – limit 3
Buy 2
Use $1/2 Nabisco coupon or from 8/5 SS insert
Pay $5, Get $2 +UP
As low as $1.50 each after coupon and reward

Popcorn Indiana Popcorn (7.5-10 oz), Lay’s Chips (10-10.5 oz), Stacy’s Pita Chips (8 oz) or Smartfood Selects (4 oz) on sale $3
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy 2 Popcorn Indiana Popcorn
Use $1.50/2 coupon from 8/5 SS or 8/19 SS insert
Pay $4.50, Get $1 +UP
$1.75 each after coupon and reward

Breyer’s Ice Cream (48 oz) on sale $3
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 2
Buy 2
Pay $6, Get $1 +UP
$2.50 each after reward

Quaker Cereal or Bars (5-8 ct) on sale $3
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 3
Buy 2
Pay $6, Get $1 +UP
$2.50 each after reward

Wholesome Goodness Food & Beverage on sale 25% off
Spend $10, Get $3 +UP Reward – limit 2
Use $.50/1 coupon here or here

****Deal Scenario****
(4) Wholesome Goodness Almond Beverage (32 oz) $2.54 after discount
Use (4) $.50/1 coupon here or here
Pay $8.16, Get $3 +UP
$1.29 each after coupons and reward

Mars, Reese’s, Hershey or Nestle Fun Size Candy (6 pack) on sale $1
Buy 4, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 4
Buy 4
Use $.50/2 Reese’s Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Pay $3.50, Get $1 +UP
As low as $.63 each after coupon and reward

M&M’s (9.9-12.6 oz), Hershey’s Miniatures and Nuggets (9.4-12 oz), Reese’s Pieces (15 oz) or Hershey’s Drops, Pieces or Minis on sale $3
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 4
Use $1/3 Hershey’s Miniatures coupon from 8/12 SS insert or $1/2 M&M’s coupon from 8/26 RP insert
Use $1/2 Hershey’s Air Delight Kisses Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Final price will vary

Russell Stover Boxed Chocolates (8.25-12 oz) or Whitman’s Sampler (7-12 oz) on sale $4.99
Buy 1, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 4
Pay $4.99, Get $1 +UP
$3.99 each after reward

Candy Bars (18-20 ct) on sale $9.99
Buy 1, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 4
Pay $9.99, Get $1 +UP
$8.99 each after reward
*As low as $.45 per single bar

Halloween Single Serve Candy on sale $.67
Buy 3, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 4
Buy 3
Pay $2, Get $1 +UP
$.33 each after reward

Brach’s Mellowcremes (8 oz), Ferrara Caramels (5 oz) or Russell Stover Candy (2.95 oz) on sale $1
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 4
Buy 2
Pay $2, Get $1 +UP
$.50 each after reward

Dentyne, Trident White, Trident Vitality, Stride, Orbit, Eclipse, Dentyne Pure, Bubble Tape or Bubblicious (9-18 ct) on sale $1
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 4
Buy Trident White or Vitality Gum
Buy Stride Gum
Use $.25/1 Trident Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Use $.25/1 Stride Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (August)
Pay $1.50, Get $1 +UP
$.25 each after coupons and reward

Trident, Eclipse, Trident White, Dentyne Ice, Dentyne Pure, Orbit or Stride (3 pack) on sale $2
Buy 2, Get $1 +UP Reward – limit 4
Buy 6 Trident or Stride
Use (2) $1/3 coupons from 8/12 SS insert
Use $.25/1 Trident Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September)
Use $.25/1 Stride Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (August)
Pay $9.50, Get $3 in +UPs
$1.08 each after coupons and rewards

{COUPON DEALS}

Sundown Vitamins on sale BOGO (2/$3.79+)
Buy 2 Sundown Vitamin D (100 ct softgels) $3.79
Use $1.25/1 coupon or $1/1 coupon from 8/19 RP insert or $1.60/1 coupon
Use $1/1 Rite Aid Video Values coupon (August)
As low as $.59 each after coupon

Disney Gummy Vitamins (60-180 ct) on sale BOGO (2/$7.49+)
Buy 2
Use $1/1 coupon from 8/5 RP or 8/19 RP insert
Use $1/1 Rite Aid Video Values coupon (August or September)
$2.74 each after coupons

L’il Critters Gummy Vites (60-190 ct) on sale BOGO (2/$6.99+)
Buy 2 Gummy Vites (70 ct) $6.99/$0
Use $1/1 coupon from January All You magazine
Use $1/1 Rite Aid Video Values coupon (August)
$2.49 each after coupons

Ester-C on sale BOGO (2/$5.99)
Buy 2 Ester-C To Go Packets (12 ct) $5.99/$0
Use $1.85/2 coupon
Use $1/1 Rite Aid Video Values coupon (August or September)
As low as $1.57 each after coupons

Rite Aid Omeprazole or Lansoprazole (42 ct) on sale $19.99
Use $6/1 Rite Aid store coupon from weekly ad
$13.99 after coupon

Stayfree Maxi Pads (14-24 ct) on sale BOGO (2/$3.99)
Buy 2
Use $2/1 coupon from 8/26 SS insert or $1/1 coupon
$.99 each after coupon

Carefree Pantiliners (36-60 ct) on sale BOGO (2/$3.99)
Buy 2
Use $.50/1 coupon or from 8/26 SS insert
$1.75 each after coupon

o.b. Tampons (18 ct) on sale BOGO (2/$4.99)
Buy 2
Use $.75/1 coupon or from 8/26 SS insert
$2.12 each after coupon

Keri Lotion on sale BOGO (2/$8.79)
Buy 2
Use $2/1 coupon from 7/15 SS insert
$3.40 each after coupon

Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick Antiperspirant/Deodorant on sale $2.49
Use $1/1 Rite Aid store coupon from weekly ad
$1.49 each after coupon

Finesse Hair Care on sale BOGO (2/$3.99)

Samy Hair Care on sale BOGO (2/$4.99+)
Buy 2 Samy Fat Hair $8.99
Use $2/1 Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (August)
$3.49 each after coupon

L’oreal Preference Hair Color on sale $9.99
Use $2/1 coupon or from 8/26 RP insert
Use $2/1 Rite Aid store coupon from weekly ad
$5.99 after coupons

Purex Laundry Detergent (32 load) or Ultra Packs (18 ct) on sale BOGO (2/$5.99)
Buy 2
Use $1/1 coupon (skip sample, request coupon)
$2.49 each after coupon

Ajax Dishwashing Liquid (14-16 oz) on sale BOGO (2/$1.99)

Resolve Spray n’ Wash (22 oz) on sale BOGO (2/$3.99)
Buy 2
Use $.50/1 coupon
$1.75 each after coupon

Pepsi and Pepsi products (12 pack) on sale $4
Buy 4
Use Free Pepsi Max wyb (3) Pepsi products Rite Aid store coupon from weekly ad
$3 each after coupon

Rite Aid Vegetable Juice, Apple Juice or Tropical Splash Cocktail (64 oz) on sale $1.99

Simplify Soda (2 liter) or Purified Water (gallon) on sale $.88

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Raisin Bran, Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Froot Loops, Corn Flakes or Rice Krispies or Pop-Tarts or Rice Krispies Treats (8 ct) on sale BOGO (2/$4.49+)
Buy 2
Use $1/2 coupon or from 8/26 RP insert or $1/2 Rice Krispies Treats coupon from 8/5 RP insert or $1/3 Pop-Tarts coupon from 7/29 RP or 8/26 RP insert or $1/2 Corn Flakes coupon
As low as $1.75 each after coupon

Single Serve Candy Bars on sale 2G1 (3/$1.98)
Buy 3
Use $.50/2 Reese’s Rite Aid Video Values store coupon (September) or $.50/2 Dove Singles coupon
$.49 each after coupon

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{ 55 comments… read them below or add one }

charolyn September 14, 2012 at 12:45 pm

Two more deals!! (love rite aid-they just keep showing up):
It took me awhile to sort these out & figure which went with each deal!
1. Monthly Deal: Buy $25 get $10 +up-got 2 childrens advil, 2 migraine advil-these 4 have $2 SCR (2 of each)-and there are printable coupons-1 Dimetapp-also printable coupon-net OOP is .63! My friend has a rebate form she ordered coming also which these might qualify for.
Note I have a 20% discount & they are all regular prices this week-without it you may only need to buy 4 items.
2. Weekly deal: Buy $25-get $10 +UP Rite Aid pain relievers BOGO
I got 2 adult Rite Aid acetaminophen and 2 children’s. Also Ben Gay is BOG50% off and I got two-used 2 of the $4 coupons (in this week’s insert)=$1.38 each.
I was just thinking last week too-that tylenol products never go on sale!!

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HeyCupcake September 13, 2012 at 12:02 pm

Found something cool- helium quality latex/rubber balloons 10pk 1.99 each- buy 2 get $3 +up. With my 20% disc, I used 1 $3 upr and paid .18¢ for both. Not a bad way to roll rewards!

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Krista G September 13, 2012 at 10:28 am

Pepsi 2 ltr products are part of a buy $10, get $3 +UP. I purchased 4 Sierra Mist, 4 Dr Pepper and 2 Mt Dew. Out popped $3 +UP for Aquafina or Gatorade AND $3 +UP for Gatorade or Dr Pepper. There are $.55 off 2 coupons found in various stores…so you could score (10) 2 liters for $1.25.

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Char September 13, 2012 at 8:09 am

I was able to get (12) of the $.99 Wet & Wild nail polishes yesterday they’re originally $.99 with BOGO 1/2 Off the 2nd ones were $.49, used (6) $1/1 coupons, paid $2.94 and got a $3 UP making them a small MM. :)

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Julie B September 12, 2012 at 9:12 am

Two updates:
On the Pepsi Sale, Dr. Pepper products are considered Pepsi products, you can use $1/2 VV (aug?) and the $1/2 MC from coupons.com. In my area the pricing is 3/$9.99 plus free Pepsi Max, making them just $2 per 12 pk!

Lysol products – there is also a Try Me Free mail in rebate on Lysol wipes WYB any 2 Lysol products. Rebate form was in SmartSource insert – not sure of the date. Rebate expires 9/30. My RA store also had try me free rebate peelies on the wipes as well.

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JHollyhock (aka Jennifer H.) September 13, 2012 at 12:02 am

Did anyone find the Try Me Free Rebate in the SS? I looked it up and it is supposed to be in the 8/5 SS, but I did not find one in my Oregonian.

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Brenda September 13, 2012 at 3:28 am

I don’t think it was in the Oregonian, mine didn’t have it.

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Maya September 11, 2012 at 11:24 pm

I was able to buy a single pair of No Nonsense socks called “Naturally Comfortable” for $1.99. I bought two with the bogo 50% off. $3 for two and I got the $5 up reward for these for $2 MM.
If you’re in the TriCities Wa I found them at GWay Rite Aid but not at Lee blvd Store.

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charolyn September 11, 2012 at 8:44 pm

Heads up on the no nonsense knee highs-today one of the packs I got was a bonus double pack-same price, but didn’t ring up at BOG50% and I didn’t get my $5 +up-had to return it, and when I bought two non- bonus packs-then it worked just fine.

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charolyn September 10, 2012 at 4:17 pm

EXCITING Gatorade find!!
I looked at the Gatorade 2/$2-buy $10 get $3+ up today for my son’s
soccer team as it was a fair price.
Then noticed another label that also said buy $10 get $3 +up-which is a monthly reward.
Sometimes they will have the monthly reward repeated in the weekly ad-so I wasn’t sure, but bought 10 & got 2-$3+ups!!
The +ups were as follows: from the purchase of gatorade or Dr Pepper and the other is aquafina or gatorade.
Thanks too for your tip Melody on the MM knee high nylons, I also got .52 cents overage towards the gatorade (my store was a little more expensive).
Quite an exciting day-getting something I need too :-)
expensive).

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JHollyhock (aka Jennifer H.) September 10, 2012 at 6:53 pm

Bummer thing was the Gatorade seems to only be certain flavors (well actually, all but blue). We avoid red 40 as much as possible so I really wanted blue. I got the monthly $3+up but not the other and they rang up as $1.33 instead of $2/2. Crazy that they would pick one color to not match up with the sale.

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charolyn September 10, 2012 at 9:40 pm

That is-I would double check the signs & sizes-which I believe said gatorade 32 oz & call rite aid-as I think you should have gotten it.
I got the lemon-lime (no red dye in this) & fruit punch flavors.

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HeyCupcake September 9, 2012 at 8:55 pm

Thanks Mel =]

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Or shopper September 9, 2012 at 5:42 pm

Oregon NEVER gets the revlon coupons so you can stop looking:(

You can write to revlon and they will send you a few $1/1 q’s

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DeAnn September 9, 2012 at 4:38 pm

I checked my receipt and realized that I was charged $3.99 for each of the Lysol Power & Free instead of the sale price of $2.79. I wonder if this happened because I didn’t let them scan my wellness card until after coupons? I tried opting out on Tuesday online, but so far the ups are still loading to my card. Also, did anyone in OREGON get the Revlon $5 off coupon? We never seem to get the Revlon coupons. Boo!

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JHollyhock (aka Jennifer H.) September 10, 2012 at 6:51 pm

It didn’t look like the Power & Free was actually on sale. At least it wasn’t signed at my store….

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JHollyhock (aka Jennifer H.) September 10, 2012 at 6:54 pm

Sorry, actually NOT on sale. Oops.

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Jennifer September 11, 2012 at 9:11 pm

I have yet to even find the Power in free in the store or a spot for it… It is listed in the ad…

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charolyn September 12, 2012 at 6:04 pm

My friend & I have been checking in the hillsboro/beaverton area & it isn’t here either.

JHollyhock (aka Jennifer H.) September 9, 2012 at 1:21 pm

Will the BOGO Nabisco coupon that is Redeemable at Walmart work at Rite Aid?

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DeAnn September 9, 2012 at 1:49 pm

It did for me.

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Jennifer September 9, 2012 at 12:58 pm

I bought 14 chicken noodle soups and I didn’t any UPS on the bottom of my receipt it says $6.00of the $10 campbell spent. Any ideas as to why??

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Melody September 9, 2012 at 1:08 pm

How much did each individual soup ring up as?

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Jennifer September 9, 2012 at 1:49 pm

75 cents.

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Melody September 9, 2012 at 1:55 pm

It should have printed the reward for sure. I do believe it was only the varieties I have listed above, is it possible you bought a different kind? I don’t even know if they carry any different kinds. If not, I would call or email customer service as it should have printed for you.

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Jennifer September 11, 2012 at 9:10 pm

Tahnks Melody. Yes I looked all Campbell soups. :)

Jennifer September 11, 2012 at 9:11 pm

oops Thanks!

Janene Jones September 9, 2012 at 7:51 am

I gained weight just looking at all the candy deals in the Rite Aid ad…..it’s that time of year again!

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Brenda September 8, 2012 at 10:15 pm

There is a $1/3 coupon available on Trident’s facebook page.
If you buy 6 packages use 2 – $1 coupons and the .25/1 video value coupon your total after UpR’s is .75 for 6 packs of gum!

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DeAnn September 8, 2012 at 7:00 pm

I can’t find a VV for the Revlon Whipped Cream makeup. Was it for August?

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kris September 8, 2012 at 1:06 pm

i have a flu coupon book but i dont see the proglide coupon in it, they regional books?

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Melody September 8, 2012 at 1:10 pm

I’m not 100% sure. I’m going off the list of coupons from I Heart Rite Aid, I don’t actually have the book myself.

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Jan September 9, 2012 at 7:58 am

My flu book doesn’t have a Proglide coupon, I got the book at the North Bend OR store.

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Maya September 9, 2012 at 8:21 am

Can you get a book without getting a flu shot. Usually it’s advertised as “No purchase necessary.” I got a few last year that way but it took some time convincing the associates.

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MissyChrissy September 9, 2012 at 5:21 pm

I just went to the counter and asked, but I only got 1 at the Oregon City store.

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Howard September 9, 2012 at 8:56 pm

Pharmacist at one of the RA stores I go to would not give me one w/o a flu shot. Haven’t tried another RA yet.

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Desi September 8, 2012 at 1:00 pm

My experiance using the +ups loaded to my card was a nightmare. It took my +up off before they took my coupons off. With all my coupons and wellness discount I would of only had to pay .33 oop. So when they went ahead and used my rewards at their leisure I was a little miffed. I took it upon myself how to figure out a way around it, since customer service said it would take at least 24 hrs. for my opt out to be in effect. I found If you “unclip” all your rewards from your phone app, have them scan your wellness card, then purchases, then coupons…and when you find out what your final oop cost is simply “reclip” the rewards you want to use and then have them rescan your Wellness card. (For some reason the cashier had to scan it twice?) but it worked like a charm! And to boot, my +ups ended up printing on my reciept anyways (it was about 30mins since I opted out LOL.) Hopefully this info helps you out if you still want to go the paperless route! =)

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Otto September 8, 2012 at 7:01 pm

L2C does take UPs off before coupons. The solution is simple, however. You never scan your rewards card or type in your phone number until after all mfg qs are scanned and until all VVs are scanned. (Your cashier may need to force VVs but the cashiers here in the test market learned to do that very quickly.) One big advantage is the overage that you will then earn because the cashier cannot see the actual price you will be paying and must enter the value of the mfg q first. So if the shelf price is $1.99 (and you have a gold discount making the price $1.80) and you have a $2.00 coupon, you just earned yourself $.20 in overage. (This happens a lot!) All in all, I feel like the L2C program is a good one. Many of the people in the test market who complained about it opted out extremely early before the glitches were figured out. As I said above, I haven’t had one problem for months and months. I would highly recommend that you try the L2C program for a few weeks until you figure it out and see if it works for you. Don’t automatically let the disadvantages outweigh the advantages – it will take awhile for you to figure out how to manipulate UPs correctly.

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Desi September 8, 2012 at 8:30 pm

Well I don’t live in the test market area, along with many others and the stores in my area have enought issues with manually put in any coupon(they say they don’t get reimbursed, have to call a manager, etc. and I just simply don’t have the time for that), so I would rather just stick to my way. They go thru my purchases with a fine tooth comb, so any amount of overage would be nixed real quick, plus their policy states that coupons be adjusted down. I like a little extra bonus of overage as much as the next person, but I also like to stick to the rules.

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Maya September 9, 2012 at 8:17 am

Good pointer about having them scan your card at the end. I opted out as it didn’t work for me. I like the control of having the ups in my hot little hand but I do worry about losing them. I still have some ups on my card. I will try the scanning the card at the end and see how it works for me.

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Jen September 8, 2012 at 7:27 pm

Desi – You are awesome. Totally going to remember this tomorrow morning.

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Kathy September 8, 2012 at 12:50 pm

Thank you! I got in and got my coupons!

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Tiffany September 8, 2012 at 11:29 am

I have a question…what are your preferences on the UP rewards being printed, or stored on the card? Why wouldn’t you get them on the card? I’m just curious…maybe there’s something I don’t know about the program? Thanks ;)

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Donna September 8, 2012 at 12:06 pm

From my experiences, my UPR loaded in my card did not take off when I make purchases. Also, I heard a lot of people complained that the UPR will take off automatically to cover your purchase, before any of your coupons, so If your transaction balance (after your UPR deducted out and before your coupons scanned in) is lower than your coupons that you have in hand, u can’t use your coupons.

If you have the paper UPRs, you have the option of using any amount of your UPRs AFTER you use all your coupons scan in.

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Janene Jones September 8, 2012 at 12:10 pm

To keep shopping simple opt to not have +Ups loaded onto the card. When you opt out you don’t have to worry about the checking out process, whether or not certain +Ups have expired or will be used towards your purchase because you have them in your hand. It makes it possible for you to actually see all the money & coupons being credited towards your purchase instead of hoping there wasn’t a computer glitch.

If you like to make life a little bit more complex, I fall into that category, then just let them be loaded to your card. You’ll need to keep track of your +Ups via online or the Rite Aid app. If you lose your card or paper +Ups then you will be able to go into your account and automatically “unclip” all of your rewards so that nobody can use them. I think. I ‘m still learning how to work the new program and I’m finding it to be pretty much the same plus I now have an extra pocket in my coupon binder since I no longer keep the litte paper +Ups in there.

I would like the SYWR card to be like that too because I have $28 on there.

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Otto September 8, 2012 at 6:49 pm

I LOVE LOVE LOVE the L2C program. I’ve been in the test market and have chosen to hang in there while the bugs were worked out – so I’ve done this for seven months. At the beginning there were lots of glitches and it was annoying – but there hasn’t been a L2C glitch for months and months. (The glitches mostly worked in my favor so I didn’t mind them anyway!) I LOVE not having to keep my UPs organized. I LOVE not having to worry about losing them. When I go to the cash register and something scans at a different price than what I expected, the computer figures out how to minimize the OOP for me – I don’t have to recalculate in my head and under pressure. Disadvantages: sometimes I do have UPs that are expiring that I need to use…I then have to manipulate my transaction to make those come off first. It’s not hard to do that – it took me a couple weeks to figure out how it all worked and then it became automatic and I LOVED the process. One thing that helps is that new UPs can’t be immediately used. So, if you have expiring UPs, the new ones don’t get in the way for your second transaction of the day – it is actually pretty easy to then spend the expiring UPs.

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Kathy September 8, 2012 at 10:50 am

I am having trouble printing my Sept. video values today. I cannot find the my rewards tab. The only tab that shows up is to print the August values that expire by Sept. 15.
I haven’t done this in a while.
I’d love someone to explain what I am doing wrong.
tx
Kathy

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Melody September 8, 2012 at 11:01 am

The VV coupons are now linked to your Wellness+ account, are you logged into the Wellness+ online? When you click on the Log-in/Register tab, you will be directed to log in with your account info. Hope that helps!

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Janene Jones September 8, 2012 at 9:13 am

Example of the way I will shop:
I selected $11 +Up on my card to be used
I will buy 2 Lysol Power & Free
I will buy 2 No Nonsense
I will buy 2 of the Artificial Nails (great christmas presents for tweens)
I will pay $3.59 OOP for $21.60 of product & get $11+Up back

That is one transaction. I will adjust this if the store I shop at has the monthly deal on Lysol products ~ the UGM could use cleaning products for their kitchen!

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Howard September 8, 2012 at 7:32 am

I don’t see them there today, but there were some 50-cent Breyers cpns at coupons.com a couple weeks ago (I still have one left) for the 48-oz (1.5 qt) size. Wish I had two! At least I loaded up on Lucerne ice cream last week when it was $1.99 at Safeway.

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charolyn September 7, 2012 at 10:14 pm

From lots of razor sales recently :-) I think with the 20% discount the Gillette, Mach 3 and Venus may be even better deals!!

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Steph September 7, 2012 at 8:56 pm

Anyone know where dawn is on sale?

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Janene Jones September 8, 2012 at 9:16 am

I believe Walgreens will have Dawn on sale starting tomorrow

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Steph September 8, 2012 at 9:50 am

Thank you I just got the paper and they will I need it I am out but not sure how many to get to stock up on

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DeAnn September 9, 2012 at 7:46 pm

The Dawn Hand Renewal is also on sale for .99, and we have -.75 coupons for these, so only .24 each.

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