Some people have all the luck, right? This week the lucky ducks are those that received the extra regional pages in this week’s Rite Aid ad! If you’re among them, investigate this great deal on Herbal Essences products! Use the BOGO coupon and receive a $2.00 +Up Reward and nab two Herbal Essences for only $0.50 each!

Buy 2 Herbal Essences Shampoo, Conditioner or Stylers, 5.7-13.5 oz $3.00 each, when you buy 2, sale price through 10/6
Buy 2, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward through 10/6, Limit 2
Use one B1G1 Herbal Essences shampoo, conditioner or styler free up to $6.99, limit of 4 like coupon per household per day from SS 9/16 (exp 10/31)
Pay $3.00, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $0.50 each, when you buy 2 

 

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38 thoughts on “Herbal Essences, Only $0.50 at Rite Aid!”

  1. Mel says:

    I have been getting a lot of Catalina’s lately from rite aid and I had a $1 so combined it was a MM for me!!

  2. Tina says:

    My rite aide didnt have them on sale am i missing something

    • Anonymous says:

      This is a regional promotion, as I said in the post above. If they weren’t on sale at your store, your region must not be included in the promotion. Sorry!

  3. David Martin says:

    Why not use 2 BOGOs, and a cents off coupon? Rite Aid’s coupon policy states “A customer can use one “cents off” coupon in conjunction with the item they are purchasing on a Buy One Get One Free promotion (or with a Buy One Get One Free coupon)…” <–***Note what they put in parenthesis***

    • Anonymous says:

      Actually, even though Rite Aid’s coupon policy allows using a BOGO coupon with a “cents off” coupon, ALL Procter & Gamble coupons themselves do NOT. P&G coupons (Herbal Essences is a P&G brand) state, “limit of one coupon per purchase of PRODUCTS and QUANTITIES stated.” That means that they cannot be combined on the same set of items. To use a BOGO and a cents off coupon correctly, you would need to purchase three items. Any other usage constitutes fraudulent coupon usage. Does that make sense?

  4. uvwxyz says:

    at Rite Aid can I only use my +Up Rewards with my card or can they scan my card and then use my daughters printed +Up Rewards to pay even though they’re from a different card. Please explain. Thanks

  5. Kerry says:

    Sorry, I’m not understanding either…why do you have to have the special insert to do this deal? It seems that I have this coupon from SS and there’s no other coupon necessary to get this deal, or am I missing something? Thanks for clarifiying!

    • Anonymous says:

      Some regions have extra sales this week and the Herbal Essence is one of them. Check your ad to see if it’s included for your region :)

    • Anonymous says:

      This deal is a regional deal. Even though the coupon is not regional, this promotion at Rite Aid IS regional. If you didn’t have the extra four pages (L1-L4) in the middle of your Rite Aid ad this week, you unfortunately didn’t get the regional deals.

  6. MIRI says:

    can i use my b1g1 free coupouns?? new to rite aid so how is their point systm is it similar to cvs? or walgreens?

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, you can use one BOGO coupon, as stated in the above scenario. To learn about shopping at Rite Aid, click on the “101″ tab at the top of our Rite Aid page! It’s very helpful for beginners!

  7. You can buy the $3 shampoo and get the $7 conditioner free to up your savings

  8. Anonymous says:

    You can opt out of the load to card feature. I called them the day it started because My +up’s didn’t load. They mailed them to me and now they print out on my reciept

  9. Guest says:

    I got 3 conditioners and 3 shampoos for 37 cents out of pocket. My Rite Aid had it on clearance and I used uprewards. They were $1.12 on clearance

  10. Adriana says:

    My local target uses the maximum on the BOGO coupons and it let me get both for free and paid for some of the rest of my basket :)

    • MIRI says:

      how much did you pay out of pocket? and how many did you get in total? I have 20 b1g1 coupons just curious i’m in cali too

  11. ItaRay says:

    I don’t understand

  12. Sk09 says:

    Boooo. Not here. That is my favorite shampoo/conditioner too!!!!!

  13. Sims says:

    I saw this on another website last week and was pretty excited… unfortunately, I didn’t get the inserts :(

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m sorry! I wish everyone got these pages!

      • candace says:

        i want to move to a more popular region lol WHOS WITH MEEEE lol….now where we do we go? :)
        im in birmingham alabama, and we never catch anything regional. and im a rite aid addict.

  14. jrs mommy says:

    not in my rite aid, and I know Its regional and in my paper I received the extra page of L1-L4 and it didnt ring up at 2/$6, called corporate and they said maybe it was a mistake.

    • Anonymous says:

      Oh no! I’m sorry! I hope Customer Service was able to help you out.

      • elise says:

        Can I use a BOGO coupon and $1 off for two for these? The Red Plum for this week has a $1 off for two.

        • Lhanie says:

          Yes you can I did that deals today at rite aid..

          • Anonymous says:

            Actually, you cannot. Even though Rite Aid’s coupon policy allows you to use a BOGO coupon and a “cents off” coupon on the same products, Procter & Gamble coupons do NOT. P&G coupons (Herbal Essences is a P&G brand) state, “limit of one coupon per purchase of PRODUCTS and QUANTITIES stated.” That means that they cannot be combined on the same set of items. To use a BOGO and a cents off coupon correctly, you would need to purchase three items. Does that make sense?

        • Anonymous says:

          Actually, no. Even though Rite Aid’s coupon policy allows you to use a BOGO coupon and a “cents off” coupon on the same products, Procter & Gamble coupons do NOT. P&G coupons (Herbal Essences is a P&G brand) state, “limit of one coupon per purchase of PRODUCTS and QUANTITIES stated.” That means that they cannot be combined on the same set of items. To use a BOGO and a cents off coupon correctly, you would need to purchase three items. Does that make sense?

  15. zuzu says:

    I hate their new rules of next day using up rewords, I lost a lot of money last week

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m sorry. I know that can be frustrating. I find it useful to try to plan one (or two) Rite Aid trips a week. I just do one transaction, and then the next week I can use all my +Up Rewards as payment from the previous week. That way I’m cycling my rewards week to week instead of transaction to transaction.

      • reesa says:

        This is what I do to. Tonight I redeemed 14.00 in ups. I got 32.00 of product for 1.78 OOP. After the transaction was complete I received another 8.50 in ups I’ll use next week. I also will receive 5.00 on my savingstar account for the Lipton Iced Tea. So I really got 13.50 back.

      • zuzu says:

        its not working for me, because with my 20m old twins I’m not able to plan that many trips