“Therapeutic hydration for child dehydration.” Somewhat of a cop-out with that rhyme, if you ask me! Have you ever looked at Pedialyte’s “mascot”? Seems like their marketing people are underpaid. No matter how pitiful the marketing is, they’ll think they’ve got mad skills when Rite Aid is asking for more to stock their shelves. Until the end of the month, you can score FOUR bottles for the price of one!

Buy 2 Pedialyte, 33.8 oz $5.99, regular price
Buy 2, Submit $3.00 Single Check Rebate through 7/31, limit 4
Use two $1.50/1 – Pedialyte Product – (pedialyte.com)
Pay $8.98, Submit $3.00 Single Check Rebate
Final Price: $2.99

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10 thoughts on “Pedialyte, Only $2.99 at Rite Aid!”

  1. Katraishia69 says:

    Hello out there, I have a question about Pedialyte at Rite Aid. I purchase one yesterday but I didn’t notice that I need to get two in order to summit the $3.00 Single Check Rebate. if I go and get the second Pedialyte can I summit the 
    $3.00 Single Check Rebate? although I made two different transaction, can some one help me with that? Thanks I am in Raleigh NC

  2. Anonymous says:

    The price at my Rite Aid is $6.29 per bottle.  With my 20% Wellness+ discount, it was $5.03/bottle (I bought 6).  I used a $1.50 coupon on each, so they cost $3.53 each.  When you figure in the $3.00 rebate for every two bottles purchased, my final cost came out to $2.03 per bottle.

    At that price, it was like getting 3 for the price of one!!  Not a bad deal.  :-)

  3. Gina says:

    This is website and book are awesome! I had my first krazy coupon lady experience today even my fiance was blown away. Using the 0.75 of milky ways single bars at CVS in with the 2/1.00 sale and 1.00 off 2 coupon and managed to get 6 candy bars for  .68 cents.  That is about the price of one candy bar. Can’t wait to try this out on the household necessities. 

  4. Anonymous says:

    The rebate says : Pedialyte $3.00 rebate, Purchase Two (2) of any variety: 1 Liter Bottle

    Since two would have to be purchased it would be $5.99 x 2 = $11.98 – (2) $1.50 mq’s = $8.98 – $3 rebate = $5.98/2 or $2.99 each

    • Anonymous says:

      Since it looks like the regular price on the Pedialyte, if you have the 20% discount on your Wellness Card, the transaction would look like this:  $4.80 x 2 = $9.60 – (2) $1.50 coupons = $6.60 – $3.00 Rebate = $3.60/2 or $1.80 each.  Still a very good price for Pedialyte.

      I am going to get some Pedialyte at RiteAid later today, and I will update my post if it works out otherwise.

  5. Judypaul18 says:

    Hello out there, 

    I  need HELPPPPP badly. I read the book a few times and have been following the web site but for some reason I just cant figure couponing out. I’m hoping there is someone out there that can help me. So heres what happened i went to the store with my binder and was all ready I had 4/1free of pepsi 1.5 liters so i figured i think i got this right so i went and got my four bottles and i had four coupons but it didnt work so that i could get it for free or even a little less they told me that i would have to buy 16 bottle of the soda and get four free then i thought no way can i do that. so i left the store with my first experience with couponing actually crying thinking how dumb i am that i cant figure this out. so is there anyone that can explain this better i think im more of a person who has to see it to understand it. 
    ps. the worst part of all this is my husband laughing at me when i get home because he said there was  no way i could figure this out. Im from milwaukee, wisconsin. 

    • Sisson81 says:

      I would like to help, ut what do you mean by 4/1 free of pepsi? Thanks.

    • Anonymous says:

      People learn in different ways. There’s definitely a learning curve so don’t get discouraged! We’ve all had trips that didn’t go our way. Check out our YouTube channel for 60 different videos to help you! http://youtube.com/thekrazycouponlady

      As far as the trip you mentioned, I think you are saying you had a coupon worth $1.00 off four 1.25 Liters of Pepsi. This means that you must have 4 bottles for each coupon. Since each coupon requires you to purchase 4 bottles and you have 4 coupons, yes you need to purchase 16 bottles in order to use all 4 coupons (4 bottles x 4 coupons = 16 bottles to use all coupons). 

      You can always ask questions on our Facebook page. Our readers are great about answering questions quickly and I post some answers in there, too! :) If you are unsure about something, post a question on there and you’ll get an answer! http://facebook.com/thekrazycouponlady

    • airnay says:

      The coupon you attempted to use was from the Pepsi insert. It’s buy (4) 1.5 liters and get 1 free. You would need to grab a total of (20) 1.5 liters if you wanted to use all 4 coupons. You would pay for 16 and get 4 free. There’s a lot to learn, but don’t give up. We mess up sometimes. Maybe you and your husband can learn together. Good luck ;)

    • Momonabudget says:

       Sounds like maybe your coupon was $1/4. which means get $1.00 off when you buy 4. That’s why the cashier said you have to buy a total of 16 and get 4 for free. Does that make sense?