Nursery Purified Waters are Buy One Get One 50% off this week at Rite Aid. Purchase 2 and you will receive a $3.00 +Up Reward. Combine these offers with a $0.55/2 manufacturer coupon, and they will be paying you to buy the water!

Buy 2 Nursery Purified Water, 1 gallon $1.99
Buy One Get One 50% Off
Buy 2, Receive $3.00 +Up Reward
Use $0.55/2 – Nursery Purified Waters, 1 gallon bottles – (
Pay $2.43, Receive $3.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $0.57 Moneymaker

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41 thoughts on “Moneymaker on Nursery Water at Rite Aid”

  1. This water has added flouride… no thanks.

  2. It keeps telling me I already printed the max number of times, but I’ve never printed any. =[ I have a new mom friend who loves this product and was gonna give these to her. =/

  3. Clearing the shelves for 100 bottles of mustard is one thing. In my opinion, going from store to store just to keep from clearing the shelves for a product that you need and use on a daily basis is kind and generous but kind of ridiculous. Your time as a mom is valuable. Rite Aid is great at giving rainchecks so the next customer will not miss the deal if you take home exactly what you need. 

  4. If I buy the water and get the up rewards can I use the rewards on another transaction of water? I am very new to this and have lots of questions. Thank you!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Okay, this might be a dumb question but what exactly is nursery water?  Is it any better than just using water from the Brita?  My son is four and it’s not something I ever used, so I’m just curious.

    • Sara Clukey says:

      From what I understand, it’s flouridated water. This helps babies develop their teeth (while still forming in their gums). It’s especially helpful for those who do not have municipal water (“city water”) as it is often already flouridated. Flouride also helps kids with developed teeth, so long as it touches the enamel of their teeth. (If they drink with straws, it’s not as helpful.)

      We have well-water, so I’m planning on using it as often as I can for our new little one. Honestly, though, I don’t think it’s THAT important; my other two didn’t use it, and they have great teeth! (Just confirmed by their dentist last week!) :)

      Hope that helps!~Sara :)

      • Anonymous says:

         Thanks!  Sounds like something I can pass on, although I am planning on getting a few packages of the Gerber food to add to my Stamp Out Hunger donation.

      • Anonymous says:

        I cry a little whenever people drink fluoridated water. Esp babies. You should consider yourself very lucky to have well water.
        First 6 years of life, driking fluoridated water, IQ will drop 20% Google effects of fluoridated water and believe it or not.

    • Anonymous says:

      When I was a baby, there was no such thing as ‘Nursery Water’.  In fact, I used to drink water straight from the faucet and look how well I turned out! :)

    • Anonymous says:

      It is Fluorinated water

  6. Sara Clukey says:

    I heard that the limit states “4″, but it’s only printing 1 +UP. Has anyone else experienced this? I could really use the water (baby #3 is due in July), but I’d like to get it for free! :)

  7. Anonymous says:

    Hi everyone!!! I’M A COUPON VIRGIN!!! LOL… great deal i have to go tomorrow and buy it, since i have a 3 month baby i will need a lot of this… help me out through the process to be and extreme couponer like you …

    • Anonymous says:

      You are going to have a ton of fun couponing! Have fun with it. Good luck tomorrow.

    • Anonymous says:

      Just want to mention that if you’re in SoCal this deal will be over tomorrow morning since the new sale (5/13 ad) starts tomorrow (only in SoCal).

      • Anonymous says:

        Good point. Thank you for adding that!

      • Anonymous says:

        I live in SoCal also but my new ad says May 11-17.  It always starts on a Friday.  So did I miss it?  Today is May 11.

        • Anonymous says:

          The Nursery Water deal was in the ad that ran through May 10th for us in SoCal so it’s over now. Today May 11 we started a whole new sales ad that other’s won’t get until Sunday May 13th.

  8. what is the limit on this deal?

  9. Anonymous says:

    At my store the Nursery water is priced $1.99 (Mine’s a higher priced store) but by reading what others said that also did this deal the water was a lot cheaper so this ends up a bigger moneymaker at most stores.

    • Anonymous says:

      Good deal!

      • Anonymous says:

        they are 1.79 at my Rite-Aid…i did the deal Monday and paid 2.68 for the first 2 then 4.81 for the next 4 and got 9.00 in up rewards!!!! (only had 2 coupons and i went to 2 different Rite-Aids the first store only had 4 bottles and the second had 6 so i didnt clear shelves…i do have a 4 mth old so this was great and i had just r an out of water so now he is good for the next month or so!!!)

    • The ad in SJersey ends today (5/12) and the water is advertised Buy one get second one 50% off. Don’t know how much the water sells for.

  10. Anonymous says:

    If you’re having trouble printing it’s because you have to go to the nursery water website and sign up and then you’ll get your own link to the coupon.

  11. says ive printed it & haven’t… huh?

  12.   It says I’ve already printed

  13. Heather Lee says:

    I’ve done this deal 4 times (the max limit) at 2 different stores (so I didn’t clear any shelves), with 3 children under 18 months I am always using this water, so I really wanted to stock up on such a great deal!!

  14. Mandy Smith says:

    The link isn’t working for the coupon.  It says I’ve already printed it.  I went directly to their site and was able to print if from there though.  Thank you for the post!