There’s nothing like a stack of dirty dishes in the sink to cause my anxiety to rise! I like a clean kitchen! There was a $0.75 coupon for Dawn Hand Renewal in yesterday’s P&G newspaper insert. Dawn is on sale, buy one get one free, this week at Rite Aid! Remember, according to Rite Aid’s coupon policy, you can only use one coupon in a buy one get one free promotion.

Buy 2 Dawn Hand Renewal Dishwashing Liquid, 9 oz $1.99, regular price
Buy One Get One Free through 11/3
Use one $0.75/1 Dawn Hand Renewal, Power Clean, Bleach Alternative or Oxi, excludes trial size, Limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 10/28 (exp 11/30)
Final Price: $0.62 each, when you buy 2

 

Want a bigger bottle of dish soap? Gain Dishwashing Liquid is $1.49 at Safeway!

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25 thoughts on “Dawn Hand Renewal Dishwashing Liquid, Only $0.62 at Rite Aid!”

  1. Kellie says:

    Albertsons has them for $1.69, so with my .75 cent off coupon used with my Twice Value coupon, paid .19 cents. Hoping they don’t bother my hands!

  2. Mary Wiseley says:

    @ my Rite Aid you can use 1 coupon per item….even on the free one making them 2 for 49 cents total.

  3. daisylove says:

    how many oz are these bottles?

    • daisylove says:

      I know the question seems silly but i called target to check if they had any in stock and they kept saying they had 24 oz in stock for like $4 something…so that kinda confused me…i mean i didnt expect that it would be like $4 at target

    • Anonymous says:

      At the post above says, these are 9 ounces.

  4. Lina says:

    I dont know about you guys..bu 30 bottles a CVS is a lottt to gettt…especially when he cashier is eyeing you and probably thinking…what do you? drink this stuff? For CVS, is just a lot of stock to take off the shelves. Unless u pre-order.

  5. dgwsaver1219 says:

    I have a $1.00/2 coupon in my P&G. Can I use that coupon with the buy one get one free sale at Rite Aid?

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, just remember that you can’t use a coupon on an item made free by a promotion at Rite Aid. If you buy 4 of the bottles of Dawn, then you can use that coupon!

  6. kimmy0108 says:

    It’s .24 at CVS just FYI

  7. Krissy). says:

    My rite aid was able to take TWO coupons per 2 Dawns, making them .44 cents each! They accept two coupons for a buy one get one everytime, yay!

    • kde90 says:

      did u ask an employee or u just simply tried this and both coupons were taken

      • Krissy says:

        I told them I am new to this- and asked if I could use two- both Rite Aids around here said they would honor it, not sure why but they have now a few times when it is a buy one get one deal. They just take it off the price of the “purchased” one.

  8. Sarah Yost says:

    I suggest trying this stuff out before stocking up. I bought several bottles at a past sale and now can’t use the stuff – it is AWFUL on my hands. I had to go to a dermatologist for a steroid prescription to help my hands heal after a few weeks of this soap!

    • Anonymous says:

      Oh no! That sounds bad! You’d think it would be good for your hands with a name like “Hand Renewal!”

    • kde90 says:

      sorry to hear, it hasnt happened to me but my mother in law is also a couponer and she gives me these coupons because this soap damaged her hands she said they can be free shes not buying them again and she doesnt like wearing gloves when washing dishes so its kinda win win for me but a lost for her hands

    • Lina says:

      I’m so sorry you had to go through that….you can passs them on to me =)

  9. New2thegame says:

    At cvs they are on special for 99 cents and if you buy 30 dollars worth you get ten dollars off next purchase and with your 75cents off coupon you pay only 2 dollars and a few cents for all 30

  10. ShawnDogg says:

    at albertsons it is 1.89 and you use your .75 off and a double coupon and that would make it .39 cents!!! I plan on stalking up tonight!

    • Anonymous says:

      Sweet!

    • Michele Migues Shadrick says:

      I got 2 hand renewal dawns at CVS for 24 cents each! They were 99 cents each and I used the 75 cents off coupons and they ended up being actually 24 cents each!