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Rite Aid offers several different kinds of coupons. Today, we’re discussing Video Values coupons. , Video Values coupons are store coupons that you earn by logging into the Rite Aid Ad Perks system and watching videos — usually 30 second to two-minute long commercials. After watching the videos, you can print out the coupons. Here’s everything you need to know to get the most out of Rite Aid Video Values:
How to get started
In order to get Video Values coupons, you’ll need to have a wellness+ account. Just go to Rite Aid’s website to sign up; you’ll receive your card in the mail shortly after, but you can use your phone number to access the account in the meantime. You can also sign up in-store, but if you do, be sure to go to the website right away and enter your card number to create an online account — so you can start watching those videos!
How to use Video Values
All you have to do to receive a Video Values coupon is watch a short commercial for the product. The videos are available from the first weekend to the last weekend of the month, and the coupons can be redeemed until the middle of the following month. For example, coupons from videos that we watched in February expired on March 16th. You can only redeem each coupon once.
It’s a good idea to watch the videos for all the products you think you might buy, in case those items go on sale within the next month. Don’t have time to watch a bunch of videos? If you have a laptop, you can play the videos while you’re doing something else, like emptying out the dishwasher. Keep an eye on the screen, though — after the video ends, you’ll only have 30 seconds to enter a code so you can get your coupon.
Stacking: Video Values are store coupons, although (for some reason) the print at the top of the coupon claims that they are manufacturer coupons. However, what you really need to pay attention to are the numbers under the bar code. Video Values coupons start with “RC49,” which means they are store coupons, according to Rite Aid Coupon Policy. Video Values coupons can be stacked with manufacturer coupons!
Rite Aid allows stacking of one of each of the following kinds of coupons: store coupons (which begin with “RC49”), manufacturer coupons (which begin with “5”), and the elusive and rarely seen “valuable coupons” (which begin with “RC48”). So be sure to pay attention to the codes on your coupons, and come to the Rite Aid page here at KCL to find out which coupons to stack with Video Values to get the best deals!