This morning, a new Barilla coupon arrived into our coupon cyberworld! Print it to save $0.75 on two boxes of pasta. The coupon looks like it will print with a Walmart logo, but it prints as a manufacturer coupon without any mention of Walmart. Take it to Rite Aid, where Barilla pasta is on sale this week!

Buy 4 Barilla Pasta, 13.25-16 oz $1.25 each, when you buy 4, sale price through 6/22
Use two $0.75/2 – Barilla Pasta, including Plus – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.88 each, when you buy 4 

 

There is also an unadvertised $5.00 monthly +Up Reward with a $15.00 purchase of Barilla pastas. To get to that $15.00 subtotal, you would need to purchase 12 boxes of pasta and have six coupons available. According to the Rite Aid coupon policy, only four identical coupons can be used at one time. We recommend splitting up these purchases into a couple of transactions over the course of several days and stores, so as not to clear all the pasta off the shelves at one store. Your purchases will “track” at the bottom of your receipt and you’ll receive the $5.00 +Up Reward whenever you do reach the $15.00. Try this:

TRANSACTION #1:

Buy 8 Barilla Pasta, 13.25-16 oz $1.25 each, when you buy 4, sale price through 6/22
Spend $15.00, Receive $5.00 +Up Reward through 6/29, Limit 3
Use four $0.75/2 – Barilla Pasta, including Plus – (coupons.com)
Pay $7.00, Receive $10.00 tracking for +Up Reward
Final Price: $0.88 each, when you buy 8

 

TRANSACTION #2:

Buy 4 Barilla Pasta, 13.25-16 oz $1.25 each, when you buy 4, sale price through 6/22
Spend $15.00, Receive $5.00 +Up Reward through 6/29, Limit 3
Use two $0.75/2 – Barilla Pasta, including Plus – (coupons.com)
Pay $3.50 (and $7.00 from Transaction #1), Receive $5.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $0.46 each, when you buy 12

 

Here is another Barilla coupon to print. My Rite Aid store didn’t carry any of the whole grain variety:

$1.00/2 – Barilla Whole Grain Pasta – (coupons.com)

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11 thoughts on “Barilla Coupon: Pasta, as Low as $0.46 at Rite Aid!”

  1. frenchtoast1718 says:

    MAKE THIS DEAL ONLY 25 CENTS A BOX AT GIANT EAGLE! if you have a giant eagle near you, they are having a sale 10 for $10 on barilla this week til thursday! print this coupon and they DOUBLE up to 99 cents! so it would be 1.50 off 2 making the pasta only 25 cents!!! stocking up for sure! :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    I used this coupon at Shaw’s. They are 10/$10 this week and my Shaw’s doubles anything under $1.!!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Rite Aid will not have 12 boxes on the shelf and if they do, most of them will have a past due expiration date (at least at my store)

    • Anonymous says:

      @QponGirl:disqus
      You’re right – most of the time the food products don’t seem to get rotated out at Rite Aid like they should.
      I lucked out at my Rite Aid yesterday – they actually DID have 12 boxes on the shelf (the earliest expiration date was over a year from now), and they also had the Whole Grain variety (so it made for a slightly better deal).
      It’s always a good idea to check expiration dates on anything you buy at any store.
      Also – my Rite Aid is really good about special ordering whatever quantity of a product I want. All I have to do is ask the person that does the actual ordering, and she makes sure that it comes in every time (she usually will set it aside for me and then ask me – when she sees me – if I had gotten the product). That’s one of the reasons I love my local Rite Aid. :-)

    • “We recommend splitting up these purchases into a couple of transactions over the course of several days and stores, so as not to clear all the pasta off the shelves at one store.”

  4. Foodiegirl says:

    Safeway has Barilla pasta for 88 cents a box, limit 6. I just bought my limit over the weekend, dang it. But that would make them around 50 cents per box.

  5. Waterproof Penguin says:

    Whohoo! This is a great coupon! If you don’t want to deal with plus up rewards, this coupon does not expire until 12/31/13. Print it out and look for any sale at a grocery store that doubles. I think Stop and Shop has Barilla on sale now for $1.25. So two boxes cost $2.50 minus $1.50 (the store doubles $0.75 coupons) for final cost of $0.50 per box. I have plenty of Barilla right now, so I’m holding out for a sale of $1 or less a box to redeem, for a final cost of $0.25/box or less.