A Frugal Chick Walks Into A Rite Aid (4/1 – 4/8)


You know how some of those couponers you see on television have too much toothpaste?  And they say it’s so hard not to get too many because they are free?

I have that problem with hair elastics.

I probably have 100 of them in my condo right now.  And they are free at Rite Aid starting 4/1/12.  And I want to go get more.

So to channel my couponing energy (and keep myself from getting more) I thought I would let you know what I would do at Rite Aid this week:

Transaction #1:
Scunci Elastics (18 ct.), $1.99
Pay $1.99 Out of Pocket
Receive $1.99 in Up Rewards for next transaction

Transaction #2:
Gillette Body Wash (16 to 18 oz.), $3.99
Use $1/1 Gillette Body Wash or Deodorant, exp. 4/30/12 (P&G 04/01/12)
Use $1.99 in Up Rewards from Transaction #1
Pay $1 Out of Pocket
Receive $2 in Up Rewards

Transaction #3:
Halls Cough Drops (20 to 25 ct.) or Defense (30 ct.), 2/$3
$1/2 Halls Drops, exp. 5/20/12 (SS 03/25/12 R)
OR $1/2 Halls Product, exp. 4/2/12 (SS 02/05/12 R)
Use $2 in Up Rewards from Transaction #2
Final Price: FREE
Receive $1 in Up Rewards

And then you spend the $1 on candy to reward yourself or save it for your next trip!

So for $2.99 (plus tax) you get 2 bags of cough drops, hair elastics and body wash!

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Rite Aid Coupon Match Ups 4/1


Ready to shop at Rite Aid?

Don’t know what all the abbreviations mean?  Check out my coupon code breaker!

Here are the highlights:

Scunci Elastics (18 ct.), $1.99
Get $1.99 +UP Reward (Limit 1)
FREE after +UP Reward!

Halls Cough Drops (20 to 25 ct.) or Defense (30 ct.), 2/$3
Get $1 +UP Reward wyb 2 (Limit 4)
$1/2 Halls Drops, exp. 5/20/12 (SS 03/25/12 R)
$1/2 Halls Product, exp. 4/2/12 (SS 02/05/12 R)
$0.50 ea. after coupon and +UP Reward!

Gillette or Old Spice Body Wash (16 to 18 oz.), $3.99
Get $2 +UP Reward (Limit 2)
$1/1 Gillette Body Wash or Deodorant, exp. 4/30/12 (P&G 04/01/12)
$1/1 Old Spice Body Wash wyb Old Spice Deodorant, exp. 4/30/12 (P&G 04/01/12)
$0.99 ea. after coupon and +UP Reward!

Check out the complete list of Rite Aid Coupon Match Ups!

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HURRY: Free Pepsi Next at Rite Aid


This one only has 5,000 free item coupons so I would grab it quickly!

Right now on Rite Aid’s Facebook Page you can print a coupon for a FREE Pepsi Next.

Just scroll about halfway down the page and look for the yellow picture that says “Free Next” to print.

Thanks Cuckoo for Coupon Deals!

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A Frugal Chick Walks Into a Rite Aid


Every once in a while I try to break down some simple transactions for you at one of the drug stores.  This week there were some good deals at Rite Aid so I thought I would plan a trip!

Transaction #1:
Schick Hydro Silk Razor $9.99
Use $4/1 Schick Hydro Silk Razor or Refill from the 2/26/12 Smart Source Insert
Final Price Out of Pocket: $5.99
Receive $4 in Up Rewards for next transaction

Transaction #2:
2 Carefree Pantiliners (18-22 ct.), $1
Use 2 $0.50/1 Carefree Product printable
U by Kotex Liners (18-22 ct.), $1
Use $1/1 U by Kotex product, exp. 5/5/12 (SS 03/25/12)
Arrid or Arm & Hammer Anti-Perspirant/Deodorant (2.5 to 2.7 oz.), 2/$3
Use $4 in Up Rewards from Transaction #1
Final Price: FREE (just pay sales tax)
Receive $1 in Up Rewards

Transaction #3:
Schick Hydro Shave Gel $2.00
Use $0.75/1 Schick Hydro Shave Gel, exp. 4/8/12 (SS 02/26/12)
Use $1 in Up Rewards from Transaction #2
Final Out of Pocket: $.25

So for $6.24 (plus tax) you get a razor, shaving gel, 2 Carefree packages, 1 Kotex package and two containers of deodorant!

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Rite Aid Coupon Deals 3/25


Ready to shop at Rite Aid?

Don’t know what all the abbreviations mean?  Check out my coupon code breaker!

Here are the highlights:

Carefree Pantiliners (18-22 ct.), $1
$0.50 off any CAREFREE product
$1/1 Carefree Product, exp. 4/30/12 (SS 03/18/12)
As low as FREE after coupon!

Arrid or Arm & Hammer Anti-Perspirant/Deodorant (2.5 to 2.7 oz.), 2/$3
Get $1 +UP Reward wyb 2 (Limit 4)
$1 ea. after +UP Reward!

Select Schick Razors, $9.99
Get $4 +UP wyb (Limit 4)
–Schick Hydro 5 Razor (1 ct.)
$2/1 Schick Hydro Razor, exp. 4/8/12 (SS 02/26/12)
$2/1 Schick Hydro Razor, exp. 3/25/12 (SS 02/12/12)
–Refill (4 ct.)
$2/1 Schick Hydro Refill, exp. 3/25/12 (SS 02/12/12)
$2/1 Schick Hydro Refill, exp. 4/8/12 (SS 02/26/12)
–Hydro Power Select Razor or Hydro Silk Razor (1 ct.)
$4/1 Schick Hydro Power Select, exp. 4/8/12 (SS 02/26/12)
$4/1 Schick Hydro Silk Razor or Refill, exp. 4/8/12 (SS 02/26/12)
$2/1 Schick Hydro Silk Razor or Refill, exp. 5/2/12 (SS 03/25/12)
As low as $1.99 ea. after coupon and +UP Reward!

Check the complete list of coupon deals at Rite Aid!

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Rite Aid: Stayfree Products $1 Each


Coupons.com has released a new coupon for $1.00 off (1) STAYFREE product.  They are on sale at Rite Aid this week!

Stayfree Maxi Pads (14-24 ct) 2/$6
Use 2 $1.00 off (1) STAYFREE product coupons
Pay $4.00 Out Of Pocket
Receive $2 In Up Rewards (to use on your next transaction)

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Carefree Products $.50 at Rite Aid


A new coupon has been released for  $0.50 off any CAREFREE product.

The 18-22 ct Pantiliners are on sale this week for $1 at Rite Aid.

Bring in the coupon (you can print two per computer) and they will be $.50 each!

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