Rite Aid 10/18 – 10/24

Remember to print the $5 off of $25 coupon for even better savings! Be sure to hand them this coupon BEFORE your others! This week could be a really money maker at Rite Aid!

Single Check Rebate Items
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Single Check Rebates, you go onto RiteAid.com and register. It takes about 2 minutes. Then after you shop, you log back in and enter 4 pieces of information onto their web site: the store number, the register number, the transaction number and the date (all found on your receipt). That’s it- they will figure out what items you bought that you will get the rebate on. At the end of the month you push the button that says “send me a check” and they do!

Zantac 24 or 30 ct.
$8.99
$8.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
$5 printable coupon (requires registration)
After rebate and coupon BETTER than free!

NeilMed SinuFlow Rinse or Nasogel
$5.99
$5.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
$2 printable coupon
After rebate and coupon BETTER than free!

NeilMed Nasal Mist Saline Spray
$9.99
$9.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
$2 printable coupon
After rebate and coupon BETTER than free!

Zucol Cold Care Lozenges
$5.99
$5.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
FREE after rebate

Blink Tears Lubricant Eye Drops
$7.99
$7.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
FREE after rebate

EOS Lip Balm
$1.99
$1.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
FREE after rebate

Children’s Cold Calm Pellets or Cough Syrup
$7.99
$7.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
$1 printable coupon
Better than free after rebate and coupon!

Little Allergies Allergen Block
$9.99
$9.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Act II Popcorn Balls 3/$0.99
$1 off of $2 in the October All You Magazine
Get 3 FREE after coupon!

Kids Chloraseptic Throat Spray or Relief Strips
$4.49
$4.49 SCR (limit 1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Little Colds Cold Formula
$3.99
$3.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Little Colds Mucus Relief or Sore Throat Melt
$5.49
$5.49 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Sambucol
$7.99
$7.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Cepacol Fizzlers
$4.99
$4.99 Single Check Rebate (limit 1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

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Hundreds of Rebates

For people who like filling out rebates, Coupon Goddess has almost every rebate I have ever seen listed here. Includes links to all the printable forms and web pages!

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Coupon for free Little Debbie using Facebook!

This Sunday is National Chocolate Cupcake Day! Little Debbie is planning to celebrate by giving away one million chocolate cupcakes. Enter to get your free cupcake coupon on facebook!

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Dealing with Family and Coupons

Sometimes it’s tough when the people in your family don’t support your couponing habits. If you need to convince a significant other, Ryan (husband of a very frugal lady) has a few suggestions here.

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Kids Eat Free!

Many places are starting to have “Kids Eat Free” nights in order to get some business in the door. (Remember that many of these places are franchises. You should always call ahead of time to make sure they are having kids night before you leave the house!)

Here are some of the more popular places:

Chick Fil-A: Tuesday night from 5-8. Get a free kids meal with the purchase of an adult meal. PLUS you can use coupons on top of that savings! And, depending on your individual location, they usually have activities for the kids. Thanks to Leanna for e-mailing about this one!

Moe’s Southwestern Grill – Monday. Children eat free with an adult purchase.

Qdoba- Kids eat free weeknights!

Atlanta Bread Company- Kids Eat free on Tuesday nights!

It also seems from posts that both Denny’s and Applebee’s usually have one night a week but it varies from city to city. Give your favorite one a call- you never know what you might find out!

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Wanna Party?

Like having people over but hate the cost? Houseparty.com wants to give you the supplies to host a party, if you promise them some feedback.

Excited about Windows 7? You could apply to throw a Microsoft party and receive a free signature edition of Windows 7 and a party pack.

Like cookies? Betty Crocker will give you all the supplies you need plus suggestions for recipes. They are selecting 1,000 hosts so you should have a good chance!

And there are lots of other packages for parties as well!

They aren’t necessarily looking for people to throw fancy dinner parties, just people who want to get together and have a good time. So check it out…

…and if you get picked, I am sure I can make room on my calendar.

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Random Sales Links

Thought I would post some links to some great bloggers sites for fantastic deals!

Coupons for Kids Stores at Coupon Cravings

Great Target deals at Frugal in Virginia (most of these are internet printable coupons as well)

Free item at Victoria’s Secret from Deal Seeking Mom (no purchase necessary)!

Check out this post to find out how to get a free day at Disney World from Mommy Snacks!

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Great Pampers Deal This Week

Pampers are the diaper buzz word for the week

Pampers big packs are $19.99 at RiteAid.

Buy $30 in select P&G products (including Pampers big packs) and get a $10 RiteAid gift card (see this week’s circular for details).

Plus you can use this $5 off of $25 coupon along with any manufacturers coupons you might have!

AND if you buy them before October 17th you can participate in Rite Aid’s Fall Gift of Savings Program.

That’s a great chance to stock up on diapers!

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Vlog about Target

Check out this video blog by My Frugal Adventures on how to print coupons inside Target! Remember you can use or “stack” a manufacturers coupon and a Target coupon on the same item!

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CVS Video

Great video blog made by Tara at Deal Seeking Mom on how to save money at CVS. For those of us who are visual learners!

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