A couple weeks ago, I wrote about a great double-dipping deal on Libman Wonder Mops at Rite Aid. I’m excited to report that this week there is another double-dipping deal on Libman mops! This week, all Libman cleaning supplies are on sale buy one get one 50% off, and when you spend $10.00, you’ll receive a $3.00 +Up Reward. Additionally, for the month of October, when you purchase a Libman Tornado Mop, you’ll receive a $6.00 +Up Reward. Bottom line: when you purchase two Libman Tornado Mops, you will earn: two $3.00 +Up Rewards AND two $6.00 +Up Rewards! Amazing deal here:

Buy 2 Libman Tornado Mops $15.79, regular price
Buy One Get One 50% Off through 10/13
Spend $10.00, Receive $3.00 +Up Reward through 10/13, Limit 2
Buy 1, Receive $6.00 +Up Reward through 10/30, Limit 2
Pay $23.69, Receive two $3.00 +Up Rewards and two $6.00 +Up Rewards
Final Price: $2.84 each, when you buy 2


I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you that if your +Up Rewards are loading directly to your Wellness+ card, you CAN (and should!) opt out! It gets very complicated to have the +Up Rewards loaded to your card, and it is much simpler to have them print. Then you can decide when and how you would like to use these rewards. To opt out, simply ask your Rite Aid cashier, or contact Rite Aid Customer Service.

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36 thoughts on “Libman Tornado Mop, Only $2.84 at Rite Aid!”

  1. pkang says:

    how it will work if u get 10% discount and want to buy one mop and one broom. will appreciate a response. thanks.

  2. ssbutterfly01 says:

    Do you have to buy only mops and brooms?? Could I buy 1 broom and 1 other Libman item like a dish scrubber, and still get all the UPs? I’m having trouble finding 2 brooms at any of the stores by me and that’s all I need. Please help! thanks

  3. Natou77 says:

    I just tried to take advantage of this deal today, they only were giving me the $3 Up on each, so $6 Up total, so they would have cost me $22 or so for the two. Is the monthly Up deals by state. I was shopping in VT. I was a little sad to not be able to take full advantage of this great deal. Any advice would be appreciated.

    • Natou77 says:

      I should have said $22 – $6= $16…so far from your great deal. Would the $5 and $5 Ups showed up only after the final transaction was complete?

      • Anonymous says:

        Did you do the whole transaction? Only two $3.00 +Up Rewards printed? Is that correct?

        • Natou77 says:

          I didn’t complete the transaction, I panicked because she was giving me a hard time about returning them if it didn’t give me the right +Up Rewards. She wasn’t aware of the monthly +Up is there a way to find out about them before cashing out?

          • Anonymous says:

            I think it would have worked! There is no way of knowing for sure what +Up Rewards will print if you don’t carry the transaction all the way to the end. You can check and see if there are monthly tags under the weekly tags. I believe most monthly +Up Rewards are good all over the country!

  4. lauren says:

    There was an online Adperk for Libman last month, does anyone know if this mop was included? The coupon should expire on 10/13.

  5. RenDeals says:

    Went to three stores ….
    The 1st two Had Just 1 broom (for $9.99 each) each no ($15.79) mops …

    The third store had them both but Regular Price was 10.79 for the broom and 15.99 for the mop… But Still I got my rewards =)

  6. nancy says:

    What r the monthly deals of $5 up and $6 just bought two angle brooms and only received two $3 up what did I do wrong

    • Angela says:

      I’m thinking that you may not have bought the brooms that are included in the promotion, as your receipt of 2 $3.00 rewards suggests that the two brooms were more than $9.99 each. At least at my store the proper brooms were double marked – they had the $3/$10 advertisement in front of them, but underneath that sticker was the $5 +Up Reward advertisement.

      Edit: Another blog is reporting that it’s the “small” ones that are producing the reward, not the larger ones.

      • Amy Sterry says:

        I bought the wrong broom, I picked the one up for $13.49. Now my total price is $10.53 after +Ups. I’m thinking I might return both and try to find the right broom. The store I was in did not have any brooms listed for $9.99.

    • BabygirlPebbles says:

      Did you buy the Angle Broom upc# 0 71736 00201 9? This is the one included in this deal. Tornado Mop upc# 0 71736 02030 3.
      Angle Broom 4.99- 50% off (reg.9.99)
      Tornado Mop 15.97 =20.96 and get 5.00, 6.00 and 2-3.00.

    • candy says:

      Did you get the jumbo angle broom? I noticed these were interchanged in their “spots” and I matched the UPC codes with the hang tag to make sure I grabbed the right item… double check and if so call corporate to get the extra $5 Up

  7. hessa333 says:

    I’m new to Rite Aid UP Rewards. Can anyone tell me where to find the monthly UP rewards? Are they in a circular that I’m missing or on their website somewhere? Thanks!!

    • Angela says:

      They’re not officially collectively advertised anywhere. The advertisements are generally stickered in front of the products. But it’s not that hard to find an unofficial composed list of them online on some couponing blogs.I heart Rite Aid usually compiles a monthly list.

    • Anonymous says:

      There isn’t any kind of published list online or in a certain ad. A handful will be advertised in the weekly ads, but other than that, we just find the deals by seeing them tagged in the stores!

  8. Alice Pin says:

    they don’t have any??????????

    • Anonymous says:

      If your store is out of stock, you can try another store, or you can ask your store manager or cashier if they will give you a rain check.

      • Jena Peebles says:

        i often find that even with the rain check, the coupon or deal would expire. is this not the case for a rain check? am i missing something?

  9. Alice Pin says:

    yay, this is what i wanted! thank you , thank you!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Absolutely opt out!!! I had my up+ rewards loaded to my card the very first day it went into effect….the very second day before my purchases were rung up I asked my cashier to opt me out, and I think I am about the only person in their store who does opt out! (according to cashier comments when I check out and they see my up+ rewards print out!) Having your rewards print out gives you ALL the control on how, where, and when you spend the rewards – GREAT, GREAT advice!!!!! =)

    • Anonymous says:

      I totally agree!

    • Alice Pin says:

      yes you are sooooo right! some of mine expired before i know i even had them…. more control!

    • Hamsmom says:

      Yes opt out and get your rewards printed instead of loaded to card! The rewards dollars come off before any coupons, so you can actually lose money if you don’t opt out. Let’s say you have $10 of items to purchase, $8 worth of coupons for those items, and $15 in rewards (earned in 3 increments of $5) already on your card for past purchases. If you don’t opt out, they will ring the items for $10, then $10 of the rewards on your card will come off and they will tell you that you can’t use the coupons because you don’t have a balance due and the rewards covered it. So essentially you just lost $8 worth of your rewards because you couldn’t use your $8 of coupons. Believe me, it only has to happen one time for you to realize how important it is to opt out.

  11. Angela says:

    Also you can do this:

    Bought 2 Libman Angle Brooms $9.99 each, regular price
    BOGO 50%
    Spend $10.00, Receive $3.00 +Up Reward, Limit 2
    Buy 1 Angle Broom, Receive $5.00 +Up Reward, Limit 2 (monthly deal)
    Paid $14.98, Received $3.00 +Up Reward and 2 $5.00 +Up Rewards
    Final Price: $1.98 ($0.99 each) for 2

    • Anonymous says:

      Awesome deal! Thanks for sharing it with us!

    • candy says:

      I was trying to post that early that I did this yesterday:

      (1) Tornado Mop $15.79 + (1) Angle Broom (50%off) $4.99 and got

      (2) $3 Up (spend $10 get $3 Up Rewards)
      (1) $5 Up (monthly deal)
      (1) $6 Up (monthly deal)
      $20.78 – $17 Up rewards = $3.78 or $1.89 each