With the season of sweet treats on the horizon (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas!), my teeth are going to be most unhappy with me! (Except for that one sweet tooth, of course.) There is a great moneymaking deal on The Natural Dentist Mouthrinse this week at Rite Aid. The +Up Rewards are double-dipping: when you buy 2, you’ll receive one $1.00 weekly reward AND two $3.00 monthly +Up Rewards! Plus, scope out this mail-in rebate! The mail-in rebate is not to be combined with any other offers. So save your coupons and jet over to Rite Aid!

Buy 2 The Natural Dentist Healthy Gums Antigingivitis Mouthrinse, 16.9 oz $6.99
Buy One Get One 50% Off through 9/22
Buy 2, Receive $1.00 +Up Reward through 9/22, Limit 2
Buy 1, Receive $3.00 +Up Reward through 10/2, Limit 4 
Buy 1, Submit for $5.00 Mail-In Rebate, Limit 1 per household 
Pay $10.49, Receive one $1.00 +Up Reward and two $3.00 +Up Rewards and Submit $5.00 Mail-In Rebate
Final Price: $1.51 Moneymaker, when you buy 2


Act Kids Mouthwash is only $1.00 this week at Target! Click here to read about it!

Thanks, Reader Pause85

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28 thoughts on “Better-Than-Free Natural Dentist Rinse at Rite Aid!”

  1. krizzlybry says:

    Does anyone know if this rebate is separate from the one they offered maybe six months-ish ago, where it was “try me free”? I had submitted everything for that rebate and am wondering if I can still do this one. There are no dates on this form for purchase timelines etc.

  2. mommerri says:

    Does anyone know if you are supposed to get the 20% discount with the gold wellness card (or 10% discount with silver) on deals that offer buy one, get one 50% off? I used to get the discount on those type of deals but now that they changed the up program, I’m not getting it off the regular priced item. I asked the manager and she didn’t think you were supposed to get the discount but was going to check. Has anyone else ran into this problem?

    • Anonymous says:

      The Buy One Get One 50% Off promotion is considered a sale price, so you won’t get your discount if you purchase two items that are part of these BOGO 50 sales. (However if you only purchase ONE item that’s part of a BOGO sale, you will receive your gold discount.)

  3. Mabel says:

    This happened to me too! I explained to the manager that I was ecpecting (1) $1 and (2) $3 rewards and said he couldn’T do anything about the $3 but gave me $1 cash nack :). I then called customer service and they are mailing me the (2) $3 rewards.. She said they are having alot of problems with the rewards not printing bc of the new system.

  4. Pause85 says:

    use two MQs, pay $6.48 OOP, get 7+UP rewards and get $5 from MIR. Makes this a $5.52 moneymaker for me!

  5. new at this says:

    Great!!! Thank you for all your help!!

  6. Brenda Audia says:

    where did you guys find the monthly up reward at, because i did this transaction today used 10 up and got nothing back not even the weekly?

    • Anonymous says:

      You can find the monthly +Up Rewards advertised in the stores. The participating products should be tagged with the +Up Reward details. (The same way the weekly +Up Rewards are tagged.) I don’t know why they didn’t print! Did they load to your card instead?

  7. new at this says:

    Are the monthly up rewards for anyone with a card? Or do you need the gold status?

    • Anonymous says:

      Nope, you don’t need gold status! Anyone with a Wellness card will get them, just like the weekly rewards!

  8. Sarah says:

    Will using an +UP Reward still allow you to do the MIR? Just wondering since these are now loaded to your card, and I couldn’t seem to opt-out because the cashiers said that wasn’t possible…

    • Anonymous says:

      You can opt out. The cashiers just don’t know about it. When I asked (when they first started), the cashier didn’t think I could, then she picked up a pamphlet she had about the new program and it told her how to.

      • Sarah says:

        I guess I should try at a different RiteAid to see if someone different can opt me out… It’s such a waste since the ones loaded to your card still print out, like they used to! :-/

    • Anonymous says:

      You can still submit the Mail-In Rebate if you use an +Up Reward!

    • nd says:

      You can also call 1-800-RITE-AID and they will do it for you. That’s what I had to do because none of the employees at my Rite Aid knew how to do it.

  9. Sarah Yost says:

    I hope my Rite Aid carries this – it seems like they don’t carry most of the products with HOT deals!

    • Anonymous says:

      The products with such great deals do fly off the shelves pretty quickly!

      • simple says:

        if i use coupon for this, can i still do the rebate?

        • Anonymous says:

          Because the rebate says, “Not valid in combination with any other offer,” no, you cannot.

          • Pause85 says:

            Since you are buying 2 anyways and commonkindness doesn’t allow you to print more than 1, I’d say it’s pretty safe to use the coupon. The MIR is only for one bottle.

          • Anonymous says:

            So would the 10% or 20% discount some people have be considered another offer? I have 20% off and was thinking about just buying one and submitting the rebate.

            • Anonymous says:

              No, that is a discount that the store offers, not the manufacturer. You can still submit the rebate!

      • Sarah Yost says:

        I meant that they don’t stock them at all, though they do sell out pretty often, too!

  10. Fanny Seto says:

    There’s also a $2 off coupon on Common Kindness.

    • Anonymous says:

      You’re right! However, as the post says, you cannot submit the $5.00 mail-in rebate if you use the coupon. So you’re better off submitting the rebate!

      • Pause85 says:

        Going to call the company today to see if you can use the coupon on one product and submit rebate for the other full price product. If they allow it, I’ll let you know.

    • nd says:

      I would prefer to do the coupon even thought you don’t make as much money. I am not good about remembering the rebates!