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Purex Laundry Detergent, Only $0.99 at Rite Aid!

Would you like to do 33 loads of laundry for $0.99? I sure would! At select Rite Aid stores, when you buy one Purex detergent, you’ll receive a $4.00 +Up Reward. This is a regional deal, so check your local ad to see if you got the extra four regional pages. If you did, you’re in luck! Use one of the following coupons. When you click on the link, choose to print a coupon instead of a free sample!

Purex Laundry Detergent 33 loads, 50 oz or UltraPacks, 18 ct $5.99, regular price
Buy 1, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward, through 10/20, Limit 2
Use $1.00/1 – Purex Triple Action Liquid Detergent – (
Or $1.00/1 – Purex UltraPacks Detergent – (
Pay $4.99, Receive $4.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $0.99 


Cheer Detergent is only $1.25 at Rite Aid!

Thanks, Reader Karen

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29 thoughts on “Purex Laundry Detergent, Only $0.99 at Rite Aid!”

  1. Stephanie says:

    In Memphis, I didn’t get any +Ups on Purex.

  2. Chrrissy says:

    Ok I’m new to this, I understand that when you see the yellow triangle that means to stock up (stock pile) but my question is how do I do that when I go in the store? Do I need more than one coupon per each bottle or do I have to do more than one transaction or ?? HELP I want to start creating my stock piles but I don’t know how. ~Chrrissy

    • bca0511 says:

      Number of transactions will depend on what store you’re shopping at…you can usually do all of your shopping at CVS and Rite Aid in one transaction (unless you are wanting to ‘roll’ ECBs at CVS), while Register Rewards at Walgreens may require separate transactions. You can only use 1 Manufacturer’s coupon per item purchased, but some stores have ‘store coupons’ that may be stacked (used together with) a Manufacturer’s coupon on the same item. My best advice…Don’t try to build your stockpile all at once, When a great deal comes around, get a few, but don’t try to build it TOO quickly or you’ll soon find yourself with no more room! And always remember that most ‘Deals’ are seasonal…most things go on sale every couple of months. Hope that Helps.

  3. Satin says:

    Thank God they have these coupons in the All You magazines October 2012 issue because I got that same one per household message when I tried to print lol.

  4. kippy14 says:

    anyone in michigan try this?

    • Anonymous says:

      I recommend looking at your ad. If you didn’t get the extra pages, it won’t work.

      • volcomized says:

        My ad (L.A.) didn’t have these extra pages, so it seems to be an unadvertised deal. I only stumbled across it when I was looking for the Cheer detergent (sold out, of course). Downside, though, is that my local Purex’s regular price is $6.49, not $5.99. Still, it’s worth popping into the store if you happen to pass by one, or maybe call the store in advanced (and hope you get someone who’s helpful).

    • Chelsea Kay says:

      We didn’t get the extra pages in the ad. We never do :(

  5. chopperrn says:

    has any one tried this deal in Ohio?? thanks :)

    • Anonymous says:

      You can look at your Rite Aid ad. If you didn’t get the extra pages, it won’t work.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m in northeast Ohio and it’s not in the ad. I still wanna check it out at the store. This is a great deal with the gold discount and my husband and I love the ultrpacks!

  6. lilmomma says:

    anybody know of any printable cents-off coupons for Always Infinity pads/liners or Bic Soleil shavers?

    • Anonymous says:

      We rarely see printable coupons for P&G products. (Always is a P&G product, so there aren’t any printables for it.) You can search our database for the Bic razors! Just click the “Print Coupons” tab at the top of the page, and look for Bic coupons!

  7. Reesa says:

    Remember you get the discount at the level you are at. I am at gold, I received a 20% discount. Rang up for 4.79. Only paid .79 cents a bottle!! Without a coupon still a great deal!!

  8. Krizza says:

    i cant get a coupon :( it says one sample only per household. I did get a sample a month ago but i lost the .50 cents coupon

  9. ItaRat says:

    Could someone explain how this works? I avoid shopping at Walgreens, rite aid, & cvs because I do not understand it.

    • Firegirl4420 says:

      You buy the item (you MUST have the store card to get the sale price – if you need one you can sign up in store) You pay the (for this deal) 4.99 and any applicable sales tax. Then you get a 4.00 “reward” (Coupon for next visit) that you can use on almost anything in the store. The Rite Aid coupons are not valid until the next business day and cannot be used on State regulated items. (rx’s, milk, tobacco, gift cards….)

      • Anonymous says:

        You can’t use the UP’s on milk? I did not know that. Well that’s good to know.

        • Anonymous says:

          You can ask your store what their specific policy is regarding items you can use +Up Rewards on.

    • Firegirl4420 says:

      That is if you have the coupons indicated above.

    • Anonymous says:

      Firegirl14420 is correct! Also, be sure that you have the extra pages (L1-L4) in your Rite Aid ad. It is a regional deal, so if you don’t have these pages, it’s not a valid promotion in your location.