Lots of great deals this week at Rite Aid! Even though I only get one Sunday paper per week, there are tons of high value Load 2 Card coupons on Rite Aid’s website that helped in my deal scenario. These coupons will come off automatically at checkout and they act like traditional manufacturer coupons, one per item.
(2) Clear Hair Care products $5
Tresemme Premium Shampoo $5
(4) Gerber 2nd Foods Baby Food $1.50
Used (2) $2.50/1 Clear coupon from 3/23 RP insert or $2.50/1 Rite Aid eCoupon
Use $2/1 Tresemme coupon from 3/23 RP insert
Used $2/1 Clear Hair Care Rite Aid Video Values store coupon
Used $1/1 Tresemme Rite Aid Video Values store coupon
Total spent: $11
+UP Rewards Received: $5 for Tresemme/Clear and $6 for Gerber
Final price: FREE after coupons and reward
Even though I don’t have babies anymore, when I can get baby food for free, I snatch it up. I pick the flavors that are just vegetables and water and throw them in soups or stews to add more nutrients and flavor. In a pinch, they are good for a post-workout snack as well.
There are so many ways to make drugstore coupon shopping work for your family, even if you don’t have 10 coupons to get ALL the free items. I just do a small stock-up trip each week to pick up the free or super cheap item and rarely have to pay full price for our toiletry items.
Let us know if you’ve come up with any other great scenarios!
Find more Rite Aid deals here.
This post may contain affiliate links. See the disclosure policy for more information.
I was excited to see rite aid coupons on the baby food. Moneymaker for me and donation item bonus 🙂
I also discovered a good deal on maybelline make-up-$4+up/$12.
With gold discount-buy 2- $7.59 liquid foundations-
use 2-$3 manu coupon (2/2 RP)-$4+up = $2.15/2 items.
Also I have seen at two stores now-duraflame logs & space heaters 75% off.
Another idea for the baby food is to donate it to a local food bank. Our town’s food bank has a drop off at the public library so when I take our 17-month old to story time, we can conveniently drop off the extra non-perishables and toiletries I pick up while couponing. When our daughter was a baby, she often refused my homemade baby food and I would put it into sauces; I never thought to use commercially prepared the same way!
I too never thought to use it & also heard from another comment to use the fruit ones in smoothies.
I snacked on baby food for many years, to a lot of people’s surprise. Then they took out all the sugar and the taste.