Print a new coupon to save $2.00 on any Bausch + Lomb Renu contact solution. Save this coupon for the week of 9/1 when Renu Fresh twin packs will be on sale for $9.99 at Rite Aid with a $7.00 +Up Reward. After the coupon and the +Up Reward, score two bottles of contact solution for $0.99! The coupon doesn’t expire until mid-September, so that gives us plenty of time to print now and use the coupon the first week of September.

Bausch + Lomb Renu Fresh Solution, 8 oz 2 pk $9.99, sale price 9/1-9/7
Buy 1, Receive $7.00 +Up Reward 9/1-9/7, Limit 2
Use $2.00/1 – Bausch + Lomb Renu Multi-Purpose Solution, 8 oz or larger – (couponnetwork.com)
Pay $7.99, Receive $7.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $0.99, or $0.50 per bottle

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22 thoughts on “Bausch + Lomb Renu Solution, Only $0.99 at Rite Aid, Starting 9/1!”

  1. MommyX3 says:

    I had a Catalina coupon from Rite Aid last week print for 2 dollars off any Renu solution and two 3 dollar off coupons I got from travel sized bottles from my vacation and was able to use all three on these and get the up rewards! Saved 8 bucks! Spent 12 and got 14 back!

  2. M.A. says:

    Is the coupon link dead?

  3. beloved says:

    The $3 coupon is for the 12oz bottles. This deal is for the 8oz :)

  4. AshleyD says:

    sorry for the silly question, so when you say Buy 1, Receive $7.00 +Up Reward 9/1-9/7, Limit 2 that means that if i buy two i get $14 in Up Rewards?? New to the whole coupon thing!

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes!

      • AshleyD says:

        Awesome! Thanks! :)

      • crunch103 says:

        Does the up-reward expire??

        • Anonymous says:

          The Up rewards are usually valid for 2 weeks after you receive them. If you purchase 2 of these items, they will usually give you 2 separate $7 UP rewards which will be easier to spend versus 1 $14 UP reward. If I have a reward that is about to expire, I usually find items in the weekly ad, dollar aisle, snack aisle, or soft drinks to buy so I do not lose the reward.

        • courtingcouponing says:

          I would buy one first and use the +up from that to pay for the second one to get another +up. You can’t use it the same day you get it, you will need to wait until the next day to use the +up.

          Remember also, that you have to call rite aid corporate to ask them to change your print status so the +ups print. Otherwise they will load to your card. HTH!

          • bri says:

            wth…. you have to call corporate to ask them to change the print status?? can you please explain that a bit more?? SOrry…totally new to rite aid… but i really want this deal! haha

            • Anonymous says:

              Actually, all you have to do is use Rite Aid’s live chat (on their website) and switch it there. That’s what I did :)

  5. Anonymous says:

    I got a $3/1 MQ for 8 oz or larger from the Catalina machine the last time I made a purchase at Rite Aid = FREE for me!

  6. Sarah Thomas says:

    Anyone else having issues printing from Coupon Network? I can usually get it to work, but I have to try a few times.

  7. Mary says:

    i got a $4 one the last time i bought it!

  8. MelissaM says:

    There is a $3 coupon on the twin pack also

    • It is for the twin pack of 12-ounce bottles, and the ones on sale are the 8-ounce bottles, so that coupon won’t work.

      • MelissaM says:

        ahh ok! thank you for pointing that out.

      • Marie Sansdoigt says:

        Are you saying that we can use two $2 coupons on the twin pack because it contains two 8 oz bottles? Is that allowed?

        • beloved says:

          No. Since the bottles are packaged together, it is considered one item. So you will only be able to use one $2 coupon.

          • Marie Sansdoigt says:

            I am confused…Why does the deal say to use two $2 coupons? For two transactions?

            • beloved says:

              The deal says to use one $2 coupon for a 2-pack of solution. One coupon = One Twin Pack (2 bottles)
              Also, there is a maximum of two +Up Rewards for this deal. I can understand why it’s confusing…. that’s alot of 2′s! :)

            • Marie Sansdoigt says:

              Thanks! :)