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Moneymaker on Revlon Beauty Tools at Rite Aid!

Rite Aid is at it again! Revlon beauty tools are better-than-free! Combine a weekly +Up Reward, a Single Check Rebate, a buy one get one 50% off promotion, a Video Value coupon and a new printable coupon for a moneymaking deal. In the following scenarios, we took the 50% discount off of the cheapest items, but be sure to check your total before you pay, because sometimes the 50% discount comes off the pairs of like-priced items. It just depends on your cashier and the order she scans the items!

Here is the scenario if you can print from one computer:

Buy 2 Revlon Designer File $1.99, regular price
Buy 2 Revlon Nail Clip $2.19, regular price
Buy 2 Revlon Slant Tip Tweezer $2.45, regular price
Buy One Get One 50% Off through 8/18
Spend $10.00, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward, Limit 2 through 8/18
Spend $10.00, Submit for $4.00 Single Check Rebate, Limit 4 
Use two $1.00/1 – Revlon Beauty Tool – (smartsource.com)
And use one $2.00/1 – Revlon Eye Beauty Tools or Brow Pencils – (adperk.com)
Pay $6.18, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward and Submit $4.00 Single Check Rebate
Final Price: $1.82 Moneymaker 

Here is the scenario if you can print from two computers:

Buy 2 Revlon Designer File $1.99, regular price
Buy 2 Revlon Nail Clip $2.19, regular price
Buy 2 Revlon Slant Tip Tweezer $2.45, regular price
Buy One Get One 50% Off through 8/18
Spend $10.00, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward, Limit 2 through 8/18
Spend $10.00, Submit for $4.00 Single Check Rebate, Limit 4 
Use four $1.00/1 – Revlon Beauty Tool – (smartsource.com)
And use one $2.00/1 – Revlon Eye Beauty Tools or Brow Pencils – (adperk.com)
Pay $4.18, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward and Submit $4.00 Single Check Rebate
Final Price: $3.82 Moneymaker 

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37 thoughts on “Moneymaker on Revlon Beauty Tools at Rite Aid!”

  1. Scrapper says:

    Went tonight and was surprised they still had the items. Got home and receipt said $9.93. Didn’t realize I had to watch the order. What’s the best way to get to $10? Exchange two items or buy two more? I can still print two more coupons if they aren’t gone.

  2. Erin says:

    Anyone around Chattanooga, TN having problems with this? I can’t find a Rite Aid that has them B1G1 50% off. It’s not in the ad so they won’t honor it.

  3. Kim_gaziano says:

    I watched the video last month and now it appears that I can no longer watch the video to get another coupon.  Can you only watch the adperks once and never again be able to get the coupon?

  4. BeepyHamblin says:

    So I went to one rite aid today and someone had already cleared them out for this deal.  I passed by one more store on my way home.  And to my dismay, someone had already bought all of the clippers for $2.19. But I noticed that there were expert shaper nail files for $2.45 a piece.  It was a little more but still a good deal.  I handed the cashier everything one at a time..$2.45 item, $1.99 item, $2.45 item, $1.99 item, then the remaining items.  Didn’t end up mattering though because it rang up 50% off each identical item.  If you buy the expert nail shapers instead, the cost will be $4.94 after using 4 $1/1 revlon tool and the ad perk coupon.  Got the $4 Up rewards and hope to get the rebate.  Still not bad…$3.06 money maker!

  5. ALR10 says:

    I didn’t meet the $10 for Revlon and didn’t recieve the $4 UP….if I go back and buy one more item will it keep track or am I better off just returning everything and starting over?

  6. Cyndyvue says:

    What an awesome deal! I’m excite to try this tomorrow! Thanks!

    • Coupon55912 says:

      My Family Dollar out right refuses to take the coupons, Ive tried 3 different ones, and they all say no, that family dollar does not take coupons that make an item free. I told them they were wrong, and they said unless I brought back proof, there was nothing they could do. Any suggestions? Where can I find their coupon policy, and should I write them or something? TIA! :)

      • Mamatiml69 says:

        i did the family dollar deal a couple weeks ago. they definately take the coupon. try to call their corporate office. i live in louisville ky. and they said they had a meeting about it and  they definately did it. she even let me use 12 coupons at the same time because she said it was easier for her.

  7. Pam says:

    Also if you have a family dollar store they have covergirl tweezers emery boards clippers ect. using the cover girl coupons free or about 50 cent great stocking stuffer coupon reads buy 1 get 1.00 off or buy 2 get 200 off

  8. Pam says:

    When you say money maker is that counting on the money you spent to get the 10 up reward or is that extra just learning trying to figure every thing out wow very confusing so I,m starting small

    • When we say moneymaker, we mean that after you receive the +Up Reward and the Single Check Rebate, you received back more money than you spent out of pocket, so it’s like making money to shop!

  9. Sheryl says:

    I only see where Revlon Beauty tools add up to $9.93.  50% does not round up penny from what I’ve seen on receipts. $1.99/99 cents, $2.19/$1.09, $2.45/$1.22.  So, you need something more expensive.

    • Like I said in the post above, it depends on the order in which the items are scanned at checkout. We calculated the final price taking the 50% discount off the three cheapest items. Make sure to pay attention at checkout!

  10. Kellie says:

    I apologize I don’t know where else to ask this: The last Brag I see in the Brag Lounge is from 8/9. Is that correct?  Maybe something is wrong on my end?

  11. Ashley says:

    omgomgomgomg i just went on my VERY FIRST coupon trip. i think i did great for my first experience. i was sooo nervous. but i spent $35 at rite aid and got $17 in up rewards (and they forgot to give me my rebate receipt because of the mixup at the register) 
    so retail was $57; final was $18 
    i was sooo excited..to bad my husband wasn’t evenly so.

    • Couponing is fun! We’re glad you’re here!

    • Anonymous says:

      You did GREAT!!  You do not need a seperate rebate receipt for the rebate.  Go to riteaid.com and do it online.  If they gave you a register receipt all the info you need is on there.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sorry if this posts twice.  Did you get a “regular” register receipt?  You do not need a seperate rebate receipt if you go online at riteaid.com to do the rebate–much easier process.  If you got the register receipt all the info you need is there for the online process.  BTW You did GREAT–your hubby will come around when he sees the money you save and are able to buy a little something for him!!

  12. Nicoledanielle2903 says:

    Wat does $4.00 single check rebate mean?

    • Autumn Fiveash says:

      It’s like a mail in rebate. You can do it online. You must enter your receipt information online at Rite Aid. You can only get a rebate once a month. I usually wait until the last day of the month and get one check for all of my rebates.

    • Click on the link in the post, and there you can sign up for Rite Aid’s Single Check Rebate program. Every time you make a qualifying purchase, just enter your receipt information on the site, and at the end of the month, you can request your check! For more information, click on the “101″ tab at the top of our Rite AId page; it will explain the Single Check Rebate program.

  13. Cmahonen83 says:

    does anyone else have trouble printing the smart source coupons? it always seems to take forever to print 1 coupon…
     

  14. Mamas7babys says:

    This expired on 8-18-12

  15. My local rite aid and walgreens say that it has to total 10 after coupons to get the UP rewards :(

  16. Stephanie says:

    Is my math incorrect or does this add up to just shy of $10.00?  I’m calculating $9.95.

    • We are calculating the 50% discount on the three lowest priced items. The equation looks like this: $2.45×2 + $2.19 + $2.19/2 + $1.99/2 +1.99/2 = $10.175 (which we rounded up to $10.18). Does that make sense?

      • Nikkicats2 says:

        Whenever I’ve done one of these deals at Rite Aid they match up the like items for the 50% off so If you bought 2 of the 1.99 items one would be half price and 2 of the 2.19 items one of them would be half price and so on so you end up coming out to the $9.95 like Stephanie said.