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Tide, Downy and Bounce, Only $2.77 at Rite Aid!

If you are a fan of Tide, Downy or Bounce laundry products, this is the week to stock up! Rite Aid is running a fantastic promotion. These products are on sale for $5.49, and when you spend $30.00, you’ll receive a $15.00 +Up Reward. Clip out two coupons from the 10/28 Procter & Gamble insert and use them before they expire tomorrow. Take a look:

 

Buy 2 Tide Liquid Detergent, 50 oz $5.94, sale price through 12/1
Buy 2 Downy Liquid Fabric Softener, 51 oz $5.94, sale price through 12/1
Buy 2 Bounce Dryer Sheets, 100-105 ct $5.94, sale price through 12/1
Spend $30.00, Receive $15.00 +Up Reward through 12/1, Limit 1
Use two $2.00/3 Tide Detergent, Tide Boost, Downy or Bounce, excludes PODS and trial size, Limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 10/28 (exp 11/30)
Pay $31.64, Receive $15.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $2.77 each, when you buy all 6 

 

Just want the Tide Detergent? Check this out:

Buy 6 Tide Liquid Detergent, 50 oz $5.94, sale price through 12/1
Spend $30.00, Receive $15.00 +Up Reward through 12/1, Limit 1
Use two $2.00/3 Tide Detergent, Tide Boost, Downy or Bounce, excludes PODS and trial size, Limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 10/28 (exp 11/30)
Pay $31.64, Receive $15.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $2.77 each, when you buy 6

 

Don’t have the coupons from the 10/28 Procter & Gamble insert? Check out this scenario, which uses coupons from Sunday’s P&G insert:

Buy 6 Tide Laundry Detergent Liquid, 50 oz, Downy Liquid Fabric Softener, 41-51 oz, Sheets, 90 ct, Unstoppables, 21 loads or Bounce Dryer Sheets, 100-105 ct $5.94, sale price through 12/1
Spend $30.00, Receive $15.00 +Up Reward through 12/1, Limit 1
Use three $1.00/2 Tide Detergent, Tide Boost, Downy or Bounce excludes PODS and trial size, Limit of 4 like coupons per household per day from PG 11/25 (exp 12/31)
Pay $32.64, Receive $15.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $2.94 each, when you buy 6

 

Learn how you can score Purex Detergent for only $1.50 at Walmart!

Thanks, Reader RenDeals

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24 thoughts on “Tide, Downy and Bounce, Only $2.77 at Rite Aid!”

  1. Candice says:

    Is this the same reward as the Olay? I did that already and don’t want to mess this up by not getting the reward.

  2. Desiree says:

    I just started my coupon book last week and I got 10 newspapers, coupons are sorted and now I need help to shop.

  3. Desiree says:

    I need help, anyone willing to go to rite aid with me?

  4. Ashley B. says:

    I can’t justify spending $30 on laundry detergent right now and I’ve never shopped at Rite Aid… (If I had that much extra money for stocking up, I would!). Does anyone have a clue as when other brands are going to cycle through? I’m new to this :) I’m not brand loyal although I have my favorites…and I have no stockpile so far :/

  5. Stampermom4 says:

    I was so excited about this one! I did for me and for my mom. :) Plus to my surprise, a $10 +Up printed at the bottom of my receipt for spending $75 on Holiday Gifts. Not sure what I bought to qualify for that one, but Yay Me!

  6. vell says:

    just wondering..where can i get the coupon for the “TIDE” please, please help …thank you..

    • Anonymous says:

      The one that expires today comes from the Procter & Gamble coupon insert that came in the Sunday paper from 10/28. The coupons that expire on 12/31 come from the P&G coupon insert that came in the 11/25 Sunday paper.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Did this deal earlier this week, and took a co-worker shopping to Rite Aid to teach them how to stock up on Tide when it’s this cheap.

    The Tide that I bought also had free samples of Tide Pods attached to the bottles, so there was an added bonus (although I don’t personally like the Tide Pods….I don’t think they clean my family’s clothes as well as the liquid detergent).

  8. Margie says:

    I got a $15.00 AND $5.00 up reward today when I did this in Portland, Oregon! Yippie

    • marcosusy913 says:

      What was the $5 up for?

      • Margie says:

        The $5.00 Up said it was from “purchase of Holiday gift items”. But all I bought was downy and bounce.

    • Anonymous says:

      @a948148c963e31f2b452b1cb82d31fd1:disqus

      How did you get the additional $5 UP? Just curious…..

      • Margie says:

        I’m not sure why the $5.00 up printed. The receipt “from Holiday gift items” …I think it might have had something to do with the Covergirl items I purchased earlier in the month? The $15.00 Up was from “Covergirl Tide”

  9. Brenda says:

    great price for tide my 2nd favorite after gain. Does anyone know if gain is included in the deal ?

  10. renee says:

    Jorgelina I feel the same. Some things I know the stock up price but not all and I really go by those symbols but have not seen a lot lately.

    • Anonymous says:

      The reason there isn’t a stock-up symbol is because we often see other brands of detergent for about $1.00 – $1.50 or even less. Tide is a more expensive brand, though. We hardly ever see Tide priced that low. If Tide is your detergent of choice, this is the week to snag it! I haven’t seen Tide priced this low in a long time!

  11. Jorgelina says:

    I have been wanting to stock up on tide. But I don’t see thelittle stock up symbols. Ian new at this so I only go by your suggestions.

    • Colleen says:

      I was wondering the same thing… but then I saw at the top where she wrote “this is the week to stock up!” so I assume these are stock up prices..

      • Anonymous says:

        The reason there isn’t a stock-up symbol is because we often see other brands of detergent for about $1.00 – $1.50 or even less. Tide is a more expensive brand, though. We hardly ever see Tide priced that low. If Tide is your detergent of choice, this is the week to get it! I haven’t seen Tide priced this low in a long time! Does that make sense?

        • Colleen says:

          Yes, makes perfect sense. I figured it was probably a stock up price for Tide since Tide is more expensive than other brands! Thanks! I usually go with All or Purex (which like you said I find for about $.50-$1.50) because I need to use a free and clear kind, but thanks to your post I discovered that Tide has a free and clear kind, so I’m going to try it. Thanks for posting this deal!

    • Anonymous says:

      The reason there isn’t a stock-up symbol is because we often see other brands of detergent for about $1.00 – $1.50 or even less. Tide is a more expensive brand, though. We hardly ever see Tide priced that low. If Tide is your detergent of choice, this is the week to get it! I haven’t seen Tide priced this low in a long time!