Now is a great time to stock up on feminine products at Rite Aid, especially if the ol’ stockpile is running low! We often see pads and tampons as low as free, but these are the big packages. So if you like these brands, don’t let this deal pass. Run out and use these coupons. Today is the last day they are valid. The following scenario also includes the School the Nation P&G rebate. You get $5.00 back when you spend $25.00, and P&G will donate $5.00 to schools! The qualifying purchases can be made in multiple transactions, and the receipts must be dated between 7/30 and 9/16. The request must be postmarked by 10/12/12.

Buy 2 Always Infinity, 18-36 ct $6.99, sale price through 9/1
Buy 3 Tampax Pearl Tampons, 36-40 ct $6.99, sale price through 9/1

Spend $15.00, Receive $5.00 +Up Reward through 9/1, Limit 2
Spend $25.00, Submit for $5.00 School the Nation P&G Mail-In Rebate, Limit 1 per household
Use two $2.00/1 Always Infinity (12 ct or higher), including Always Radiant Infinity, limit of 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from PG 7/29 (exp 8/31)
And use three $2.00/1 Tampax Pearl, Tampax Pearl Compak, or Tampax Radiant, 16 ct or higher, limit of 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from PG 7/29 (exp 8/31)
Pay $24.95, Receive two $5.00 +Up Rewards and Submit $5.00 School the Nation P&G Mail-In Rebate
Final Price: $1.99 each, when you buy all 5 

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5 thoughts on “Tampax and Always, Only $1.99 at Rite Aid”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I didn’t know where to post this question, but…on the P&G rebate the fine print says something like “one per name per address” does this mean two separate people in the same household can submit their own rebates??

  2. Anonymous says:

    Why are you saying today is the last day to get this deal when the sale prices runs through 9/1. So tomorrow would actually be the last day.

    • Guest says:

      the $2 off coupon expires on 8/31. The coupon in last week PGE is a better deal. $2.50 off!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      You can get this deal today too! The coupons in the scenario above are now expired, though, so you’d have to use your new ones. The new ones aren’t quite as high in value.