Head to Rite Aid and donate $1.00 to the Children’s Miracle Network. At checkout, ask a cashier for one of the Children’s Miracle Network balloons. For each $1.00 donated, receive a yellow balloon that your store will display on the wall and a page of four Rite Aid coupons! The great news is that these coupons are coded as Rite Aid coupons; they begin with “RC49,” which means they can be stacked with manufacturer coupons. Here are the coupons you’ll receive with a $1.00 donation:

$1.00/1 Band-Aid, any, Rite Aid coupon (exp 6/30)

$1.00/1 L’Oreal Nail Enamel, any, Rite Aid coupon (exp 6/30)

$1.00/1 Jergens Natural Glow Skin Care, Rite Aid coupon (exp 6/30)

$2.00/1 GE CFL Lightbulb Single or EEH, 2 pk, Rite Aid coupon (exp 6/30)

Donate $2.00 to score two sets of coupons and grab a sweet deal on Band-Aids! Stack two of the Rite Aid coupons with a printable manufacturer coupon and earn a $2.00 +Up Reward. Take a look:

Buy 2 Band-Aid Adhesive Bandages, 40 or 60 ct $3.49, regular price
Buy One Get One 50% Off through 4/20
Buy 2, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward through 4/20, Limit 2
Use one $1.00/2 – Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Products, limit one coupon per person, excludes trial and travel sizes, Redeemable at Rite-Aid, no more than 4 coupons of any kind for the same product in the same transaction – (coupons.com)
And use two $1.00/1 Band-Aid Bandages, any, Rite Aid coupon from Children’s Miracle Network donation (exp 6/30)
Pay $2.24, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $0.12 each, when you buy 2 


Band-Aids count toward the $5.00 Johnson & Johnson mail-in-rebate offer!

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16 thoughts on “Band-Aid Coupons: Bandages, Only $0.12 at Rite Aid!”

  1. Livvy says:

    That is not right at all! I’m a Rite Aid employee, and we give a balloon to every customer, no matter if the donation is $1 or $20. I would absolutely call Rite Aid corporate and make a complaint about this Rite Aid.

  2. I’m sorry! That sounds frustrating! As for the balloon Children’s Miracle Network donations, I don’t believe there is a company-wide policy on a minimum donation, so each store can probably determine how they’d like to do it.

  3. Donna says:

    Hopefully I’ll be turning this into a $2.53 MM tomorrow. I got the free first aid kit at CVS last week containing $15 worth of coupons – one of which is a $5/purchase of any 3 Band-Aid brand, Neosporin, Benedryl, or J&J Red Cross Brand products (excludes trial sizes). Donate $4, buy 4 Band-Aid @ $3.49 B1G1 50% off, use 1 – $5/3 and 4 – $1/1 coupons, pay $1.47 receive 2 – $2 +UP’s (limit2).

  4. Nitty says:

    I just did the band aid deal yesterday . Didn’t know about the rite aid coupon :( KCL can you tell me which days you shop in a week? Di you allot days for certain stores. Coz sometimes as days go by deals are always better!

  5. Anonymous says:

    This year, my Rite Aid is charging $2 for a donation for the Children’s Miracle Network. You get those those coupons but you also get a free bottle of water.

  6. gayle says:

    yes, JamieGirlx, all of my donation coupons are the same way…so the cashier has to be paying attention and scanning the right bar on the back…:)

  7. Katherine Weaver says:

    Anyone who doesn’t have a rite-aid near them who has a Menards near them can get cheap bandaids. Curad 30 count fabric bandaids are 59 cents which when paired with the 50 cent coupon on curad’s website they are 9 cents

  8. Anonymous says:

    I did the band-aid deal today with the $1 riteaid coupon. although my coupons from the donation balloons were printed incorrectly. i had loreal nail polish on the front of my band-aid coupon, i don’t know if anyone else had that issue as well, the cashier accepted it just said that was strange!

  9. agmerrick says:

    Wow – doing good for others + scoring super cheap first-aid?! Double bonus. :) Thanks KCL.