In this week’s Rite Aid coupon matchup, we wrote about a better-than-free deal on Bayer Low Dose Aspirin! The deal gets even better when you add in a new $1.00 Bayer Video Values coupon! The Video Values coupon is a Rite Aid coupon, so it can be stacked with manufacturer coupons. Buy two and receive a $2.00 +Up Reward. The value of the manufacturer coupons may need to be reduced, since the value of the coupons combined is greater than the selling price of the items. Print the Rite Aid coupon policy in case you have trouble!

Buy 2 Bayer Low Dose Aspirin, 32 ct $3.29, regular price
Or Bayer Chewable Low Dose Aspirin, 36 ct $3.29, regular price
Buy One Get One 50% Off through 7/6
Buy 2, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward through 7/6, Limit 2
Use two $2.00/1 Bayer Aspirin Product, 20 ct or larger from RP 6/23 (exp 8/15)
Or $1.00/1 – Bayer Pain Product, Any, 20 ct or larger – (
Or $1.00/1 Bayer Aspirin Regimen Product, 20 ct or higher from RP 5/5 (exp 8/15)
And use one $1.00/1 – Bayer Aspirin – (
Pay Nothing, Receive $2.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $2.00 Moneymaker, when you buy 2  


Thanks, Reader Krissyre

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23 thoughts on “$2.00 Moneymaker on Bayer Aspirin at Rite Aid!”

They are Rite Aid coupons. Click on the “101” tab at the top of our Rite Aid page to learn more about the types of coupons that Rite Aid accepts.

Although the ad perk coupons have “manufacturer coupon” on them, they are a Rite Aid coupon and therefore they can be used in addition to/stacked with a manufacturer coupon. You can read the Rite Aid 101 tab for further explanations about what coupons you can stack at Rite Aid. Also, KCL will not steer you wrong–when she posts her deals and there are multiple coupons that are available, she will list them all and put “use this coupon OR use that coupon”, but if there is an additional store coupon that you can use, she will list it as “use this coupon or that coupon AND use whatever store coupon may be available to use”.

The limit refers to how many +Up Rewards you can receive. You can receive up to two $2.00 +Up Rewards, which would mean, in this case, that you buy four bottles. Also, click on the “101” tab at the top of our Rite Aid page to get answers to your questions!

it says limit 2. can i only do this transaction once?

the “deal” is buy 2 receive a $2 UP, limit 2 which means you can do the “deal” twice; that would be to buy 4 and receive (2) $2 up either in 1 transaction or 2; however, you would only be allowed 1 ad perk/video value coupon

The limit refers to how many +Up Rewards you can receive. You can receive up to two $2.00 +Up Rewards, which would mean, in this case, that you buy four bottles.

I don’t have the $2/1 coupon so does this mean I will have to use 4 $1/1 coupons and another $1/1? Can I do this in the same transaction? Please help!

The only way to do this is by purchasing 4 not 2 like the post above. You could only use 2 $1 manufactures coupons and 1 store coupon if you did the deal how they have posted it.

You could use two $1.00 coupons with the $1.00 Video Values Adperk coupon when you buy two bottles of aspirin. It won’t be quite as good of a deal, but still not bad!

Store coupons at Rite Aid only apply one time. They are different than the Walgreens store coupons. Plus, the Adperk coupons will only scan one time each, so even if you printed off more than one, the register would only accept one. The have a one-time-use barcode.

you need a coupon for every item @ RA and most RA coupons say limit 1 per customer

can I use the $4/2 coupon??????

Isn’t that coupon expired?

That coupon expired yesterday, so no.

maybe this is a dumb ? but if a coupon says it expires 6/30/13 can you use it on 6/30/13 or do you have to use it the day before?

you can use on the day stated in the coupon. Meaning if it says expires on 6/30, then 6/30 is the last day to use it. HTH!

You can use it on 6/30!

oh no thank you

I’m very sad today,i just threw out hundreds of coupons from the P&G insert,my binder seems so empty without them.This is the frist time i’ve thrown away so many,but it wasn’t a waste because i’ve used dozens of P&G coupons this month,they have saved me so much money,it’s just sad to see them go.

Throwing out coupons can be a traumatic experience!

LOL funny!


Send em to military! like Julie fox said, I heard that they can use them up to 30 days after the specified expiration seems like the best thing idea to me