This week’s Rite Aid ad contained four pages of special Rite Aid coupons! These in-ad coupons are store coupons that can be stacked with manufacturer coupons. (Don’t be deceived by the wording “Manufacturer Coupon” on the in-ad coupons. They begin with RC49, which means they are Rite Aid coupons. An RC49 coupon can, according to the coupon policy, be stacked with a “5″ manufacturer coupon.) Stack a high-value $10.00 SensatioNail in-ad coupon with a new $5.00 manufacturer coupon from Facebook to save on a SensatioNail starter kit!

Even better, there is an unadvertised $15.00 monthly +Up Reward with the purchase of a SensatioNail starter kit! If you have the Rite Aid Gold or Silver discount, this kit will be as low as $17.99! Compare that to $49.99 on Amazon!

SensatioNail Starter Kit $59.99, regular price
Buy 1, Receive $15.00 +Up Reward through 3/30, Limit 1
Use $5.00/1 – SensatioNail Starter Kit – (
And use $10.00/1 – SensatioNail Starter Kit, limit one per customer, Rite Aid in-ad coupon (exp 3/9)
Pay $44.99, Receive $15.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $29.99 


Make purchases at Rite Aid and accrue points that appear on each receipt. Reach 500 or 1000 points and gain a Silver or Gold discount! These discounts are 10% or 20% off (respectively) all regularly priced merchandise in the store for a year! To read more, visit the Rite Aid Wellness+ page.

Thanks, Reader Leesy82

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19 thoughts on “SensatioNail Starter Kit, Only $29.99 at Rite Aid!”

  1. Sara says:

    Can we use the Rite Aid facebook coupon and adperk coupon plus the manufacturer on this making it only $8?

  2. I got this kit for Christmas and it’s awesome. My nails look salon-fresh all week.

  3. Sherelle says:

    Can I also use the $10 off from adperk on top of these 2 coupons?

    • Anonymous says:

      what are the numbers on the VV & the coupon that is in the ad? We can use a RA48, RA49 & a manufacturer coupon (starts with a 5)

      • Jenny Cruz says:

        If a coupon says “manufacturer coupon” but DOESN’T start with a “5″ (a lot of internet coupons and also some coupons from the newpaper are like that) what is that considered at Riteaid? Can it still be used as a “5″?

        • Anonymous says:

          I believe so yes they are used as a 5

        • Anonymous says:

          Yes, most Rite Aid coupons say “manufacturer coupon.” They are not. Those RC48 or RC49 digits qualify them as Rite Aid coupons. Click on the “101″ tab at the top of our Rite Aid page to learn more about this.

    • Mandeesbz says:

      I did

    • Anonymous says:

      I don’t believe you can. You can use one “RC48,” one “RC49″ and one “5″ manufacturer coupon per single item, per Rite Aid’s coupon policy. I believe both the in-ad coupon and the Adperk coupon begin with RC49, so you can only use one of the two.

    • stacifischer says:

      I used all the coupons above plus the Feb and March ad perks. I was hesitant, but the cashier was willing to try it and the system accepted all of them. No beeps. No overrides needed. With my discount, after coupons and +UP rewards, I paid $3.99. Not too shabby!

    • TJSL says:

      I used the adperk as well with the gold making it about 8 dollars!

  4. Sara says:

    im gold so 18, does anyone knows what comes in this kit?

    • Anonymous says:

      It has the LED light kit and the gel nail polish, along with the different tools required for the gel manicure.

    • Felicia Lorin says:

      I often forget that I get a % off of regular priced items. Tonight however I noticed my order as it rang up and after I gave the cashier my adperk and in ad coupons my discount disappeared. I think this is what that fine print “cannot be combined with any other offers” refers to. Not certain if I’m right though. @TheKrazyCouponLady:disqus

      • Anonymous says:

        I don’t think that’s correct. The coupon means it cannot be combined with another manufacturer coupon on the same single item. I find the Rite Aid registers difficult to understand while my transaction is being rung up, but once I look at my receipt afterwards, I always realize that everything worked as it was supposed to work. This may have been the case for you too.

        • Felicia Lorin says:

          I didn’t think that was right either. I came to that conclusion because I saw my diapers ring up for less than 12.49 which is when I remembered my discount, but looking at my receipt they do say 12.49. I did notice she had some difficulty with my coupons and maybe she made adjustments that screwed up my discount? Not sure but I will have to ask someone on my next trip. Thanks KCL!

      • Anonymous says:

        I was told I couldn’t use the manufacture’s coupon because the fine print had a minimum amount ($49.98) that you go below with the 20% gold discount.