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Rite Aid Extreme Couponing (Week of 6/24): $5.00 or Less

Rite Aid Extreme Couponing (Week of 6/24): $5.00 or Less

Welcome to this post where we will lay out some extreme couponing deals that will cost you about $5.00 each week! First, here’s everything you need to know about shopping at Rite Aid:

Before shopping at RiteAid you should sign up for a Wellness card or get one in your store. The best deals at Rite Aid utilize the +Up Rewards and the Single Check Rebate (SCR) system. In addition to the +Up Rewards, which are coupons that print with your receipt (similar to CVS), Rite Aid sends you a monthly check for the total of all your rebates purchased during that month with the SCR program. You can cash the check as you would any other check. In addition to the +Up Rewards and the SCR program, you can watch videos on products and receive Video Value coupons. These coupons can be printed from your computer after you watch the corresponding videos. You can use each coupon once per Wellness card. Go here for RiteAid’s updated coupon policy and here to watch the video on shopping at Rite Aid.

TRANSACTION #1:

Bayer Advanced Aspirin Tablets 325 mg, 24 ct or 500 mg, 20 ct $3.00
Use $3.00/1 Bayer Aspirin product, 20 ct or larger from SS 6/24 (exp 8/18)
Free

Zantac, 24-30 ct $7.99
Buy 1, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward, Limit 4
Use $5.00/1 – Zantac Product, 24ct or Larger – (coupons.smartsource.com)
Or $5.00/1 Zantac product, 24 ct or larger from SS 4/1 (exp 6/30)
Or $5.00/1 Zantac product, 24 ct or larger from SS 5/13 (exp 7/1)
Pay $2.99, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward

Pantene Shampoo or Conditioner, 12.6 oz, or Stylers, 5.7-8.5 oz $3.50 each, when you buy 2
Use $3.00/2 Pantene products, excludes trial/travel sizes, limit 1 coupon per purchase, limit of 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from PG 5/13 (exp 6/30)
And use $3.00/2 Pantene, Head & Shoulders, Venus, or Covergirl Lash Blast Mascara, or Simply Ageless or Tone Rehab Foundation, limit 1 per customer Rite Aid coupon from SS 6/17 (exp 6/30)
Pay $1.00

got2b Powderful Volume Powder, Oil-Licious, 4 oz, In Play Paste or Chaotic Fiber Gum $4.99
Buy 1, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward, Limit 1
Pay $4.99, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward

Total:  $8.98, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward and $4.00 +Up Rewards

TRANSACTION #2:

Buy 1 Revlon Splinter Tweezer $3.00, Online Price
Buy 2 Revlon Nail Clip $2.19, Online Price
Buy 1 Revlon Nail Enamel $4.99, Online Price
Buy One Get One 50% Off
Spend $10.00, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward, Limit 2
Spend $5.00 on Revlon Beauty Tools, Submit for $1.50 Single Check Rebate
Use $2.00/1 – Revlon Eye Beauty Tools or Brow Pencils – (adperk.com)
And use $2.00/1 – Revlon Nail Enamel – (adperk.com)
Pay $6.18, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward
Submit $1.50 Single Check Rebate

Total: $6.18, Use $2.00 and $4.00 +Up Rewards, Pay $0.18, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward and Submit for $1.50 Single Check Rebate

Grand Total: $9.16 with $4.00 +Up Reward remaining and $1.50 Single Check Rebate from transaction #2 so $3.66 plus tax for about $35.00 worth of product!

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6 thoughts on “Rite Aid Extreme Couponing (Week of 6/24): $5.00 or Less”

  1. It sucks how they do that now. What if you didn’t want to spend your +ups right away. Darn.

    • Anonymous says:

      I am not a fan of this change myself. Especially since we use one card as a family and some people may get the +UP rewards used on their purchase automatically and then my purchased items don’t turn out as free or close to free and I thought they would. :S As of today my Rite Aid is still printing the +UP rewards but I assume change is a commin!

      • Anonymous says:

        You can opt out of the program by calling rite aid or they are supposed to be able to do it at the store but this depends on how knowleagable the cashier is. On iheartriteaid.com they had the steps for the cashier to use to opt out of the load to card program but it was last week so you might have to do a search for it. This program wreaks havoc for couponers since you don’t have a choice on which or how many ups you can use they automatically come off before coupons which can sometimes kick your coupons off messing up your deals.  Hope this helps.

    • Anonymous says:

      you can opt out of the program, just call corporate or find a knowleagable cashier to do it for you at the store.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Be careful with multiple transactions at Rite Aid. I had to have them put my second transaction in a basket behind the counter so that I could use my +Ups rewards from my first transaction on my second. My store now does the load to card where your +ups are available to you at 6am the next day (even though the store opens at 9..?) When I went the next day my +ups rewards were automatically taken off my order so i ended up paying .28 for my second transaction.

    • Anonymous says:

      You can opt out of the program just call corporate or see if a cashier can do it for you at the store.