Black Friday 2010: Rite Aid

by Laura on November 18, 2010

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So while Rite Aid is my favorite drug store, I have to say that CVS is going to be my first stop over the Black Friday holiday because of their amazing deals (click here to see the CVS deals).

However if you do decide to stop in to Rite Aid (and I will!), here are the best deals I have found (remember you need a Wellness card- you can get them for free at Rite Aid):

Hershey’s Pot of Gold Chocolates (box) $3.99
- $2.00 Up Rewards
Final Price: $1.99 after Up Rewards

Hershey’s, Reese’s, M & Ms and Nestle Single Serve Bars 2/$1
- $1.00 Up Rewards on 2
Final Price: FREE after Up Rewards

Coke & Coke Products 5 for $5
- $1.00 Up Rewards on 5
Final Price: 5 for $4 after Up Rewards

Bounty Basic Paper Towels $.77

Xtra Laundry Detergent or Nice N Fluffy Fabric Softener $1.77

Pampers Big Pack Diapers $18.77
- $3.00 in Up Rewards
$1/1 Pampers Diapers or Pants, exp. 11-30-10 (P&G 10/31/10)
Final Price: $14.77

Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste or 360 Manual Toothpaste $1.77
- $1.00 in Up Rewards
Final Price: $.77

Women’s Cozy Socks 2 for $1

Nabisco Cookies 2 for $5
- $1.00 in Up Rewards
Final Price: 2 for $4

Arizona Iced Tea 2 for $.88

Candle Lite Candles Buy Two Get One Free

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