Rite Aid 1/17 – 1/23

Here are the best deals at Rite Aid this week. Remember if you go onto Rite Aid’s ad perks web site and watch some videos, you can get a $5 off of $20 coupon. Some of the other coupons are for SoyJoy, Huggies, Excedrin and Clean & Clear.

Bayer Aspirin on sale for $1.99
There is a Bayer Aspirin coupon on the videos mentioned above
FREE after coupon!

Olay Skin Care
Buy One Get One 50% off
$3 off Olay Regenerist Cleanser or Moisturizer in 1/17 Proctor and Gamble insert
$15 mail in rebate from Oil of Olay
Free items plus a profit after rebates!

Want even more great deals? Check them out here!

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Rite Aid Deals of the Week 1/3

There is some good stuff at Rite Aid this week!

Listerine Mouthwash 500 mL for $3.50
– $3 Single Check Rebate
– $0.50 off 1/3 Red Plum
FREE after coupon and rebate!

Nivea Lip Treatment Buy One Get One Free
Buy One Get One Free coupon 11/1 Red Plum
Get 2 FREE after coupon!

Stayfree 16-24 ct. Buy One Get One Free
Buy One Get One Free coupon 1/3 Red Plum
Get 2 FREE after coupon!

Got2Be Hair Care Buy One Get One Free (Prices Start at $5.99)
$3 off printable coupon
Get 2 free when you use 2 coupons!

Wet & Wild Cosmetics 40 % (Prices start at $3.99)
– $2 Single Check Rebate
As low as $0.39 after coupon and sale!

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Rite Aid 12/6

Check out the Rite Aid deals of the week from Centsable Momma!

Great deals on razors, Holiday M & Ms and Vitamins!

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Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid Deals for the week

Check out the posts below for the deals at your local drug stores:

Walgreens– there are a few free things this week after Register Rewards

CVS

and my personal favorite, Rite Aid (free contact lens solution, Gilette razors, and almost free Crest!

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Deals of the Week At Rite Aid

Some interesting deals at Rite Aid this week, but some of them are money makers. Remember with Rite Aid you pay for the items up front and then they send you a check. Click on the Single Check Rebate link to enter the information.

Also, be sure to click on the coupons.com link to the right and put in your zip code. There might be a Rite Aid coupon for your area!

BeneVia (4-pack): $7.99
Use $5/1 printable coupon
– $7.99 Single Check Rebate (limit one per household)
Final Price = FREE (and if you have the coupon, you could make $5)

Colon Cleanse Day & Night: $17.99
– $17.99 Single Check Rebate
Final Price = FREE but only on 11/22 through 11/24

Crest Toothpaste and Oral B Action Manual Toothbrush $2.99
In-ad coupon (on page 5) for $2.00 off
Also, check your coupon stash. If you have one that is less than $.99 cents you can use it along with the in-ad coupon.
Final Price= $.99 or less

Also, check out Infusium Shampoo and Conditioner on sale for $3.99. There should be a coupon in today’s paper!

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Rite Aid November Rebates

Rite Aid has released the list of all items that will have rebates during the month of November! Click here to look at all of them.

Also, remember that these are rebates so you can still use coupons up to the full value of the item AND get the rebate. Many times you can actually MAKE money this way!

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Rite Aid Trip 10/25

Today was a pretty simple trip to Rite Aid but I still wanted to post it for people still trying to get the hang of saving big! (This scenario will work until 10/31.)

Before I went to the store I printed the $1.50 off of Vaseline Sheer Infusion and the $1.00 off Kotex coupon.

When I got to the store I picked up the following:
$4.99 1 bottle of Vaseline Sheer Infusion Lotion
$2.00 for two boxes of GE Soft White light bulbs
$2.99 for Kotex Maxi Pads
Total before coupons: $9.98
Minus $2.50 in coupons
Total Out of Pocket: $7.48

Once I got home, I logged into Rite Aid’s Single Check Rebate web site. (If you have never signed up, I highly recommend it. It only takes a few minutes and they mail you a check at the end of the month!)

I entered in a few pieces of information off my receipt and the computer will check for all items on my receipt that are eligible for rebates. This is what they will find:

$4.00 back on Vaseline Sheer Infusion Lotion
$2.00 back on GE soft white light bulbs
$2.00 back on Kotex Maxi pads
For a total rebate of $8

So for a total out of pocket of $7.48 (before tax) you can get $8.00 back in cash!

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Rite Aid deals for the week of 10/25

Vaseline Intensive Care Sheer Infusion Body Lotion 6.8oz $4.99
$4.00 Single Check Rebate
$1.50 off coupon
$.51 profit after rebate!

Kotex Maxi Pads 14-24ct or Security Tampons 18ct or Lightday Liners 42-64ct $2.99
$2 Single Check Rebate
$1.00 off coupon
FREE after rebate!

GE Soft White Long Life Light Bulbs 2pk 2 for $2.00
$2.00 Single Check Rebate when you buy 2
Final price FREE!

Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers $9.99
$3.00 Single Check Rebate
$1.50 off coupon on the right hand side of this blog or $3 coupon in today’s Smart Source Insert

First Response Fertility or Gold Pregnancy Test – 2 pk $17.99
$5.00 Single Check Rebate
Final price $12.99

Always Pads 20-48ct or Liners 68-80ct, excludes Always Clean or Jumbo packs $5.99
$2.00 Single Check Rebate

St Ives Elements Skin Care, Apricot Scrub, or Collagen Elastin Moisturizer 10oz $3.99
$3.00 Single Check Rebate

These were the ones that jumped out at me, but check here for a full list!

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Rite Aid 10/11

Lots of stuff free after rebates this week! Also, don’t forget to use the $5 off of $25 coupon to get an even better deal!

Carmex Moisture Plus Lip Balm
$2.29
$2.29 Single Check Rebate (1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Carmex Lip Balm 3 Pk.
$1.99
$1.99 Single Check Rebate (1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Breathe Again SinoMarin Nasal Spray
$7.99
$7.99 Single Check Rebate (1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Beyond Bodiheat Pain Relieving Pads 3-4 Ct.
$2.99
$2.99 Single Check Rebate (1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Dr. Thompson’s Coldwar
$3.99
$3.99 Single Check Rebate (1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Sinus or Allergy Buster
$8.99
$8.99 Single Check Rebate (1 per household)
FREE after rebate!

Sea Breeze Cleanser
$4.99
$4 Single Check Rebate (2 per household)
Only $0.99 after coupon and rebate!

Comtrex 20 ct.
$3.99
$3.99 Single Check Rebate (1 per household)
$2 coupon found on some packages
Better than free after coupon and rebate!

Children’s Throat Cooler
$2.99
$2.99 Single Check Rebate (1 per household)
$1 coupon
Better than free after coupon and rebate!

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Upcoming Rite-Aid Pampers Deal 10/11 – 10/17

For those of you who like to use Pampers diapers, Rite Aid has a great deal coming!

Between 10/11 and 10/17 purchase $30 worth of Pampers and receive a $10 gift card in the mail for Rite Aid (limit one per household)! This offer also includes Old Spice, Cover Girl, Herbal Essences, Aussie, Olay, Pantene, Clairol, Oral-B, Metamucil, Scope & Crest. As long as you spend $30 on any combination of those items, you are eligible for the gift card!

So be sure to save those Proctor and Gamble coupons because combining those with the rebate $10 gift card is a great deal!  Plus you can print this $5 off of $25 coupon for an even better deal!

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Rite Aid Trip 9/27

I took the $5 off of $25 coupon and was determined to use it! So here is what I got:

Gilette Fushion Razor – $9.00
Palmolive Dish Soap- $.99
Nivea Cherry Tinted Lip Care- $2.99
Softsoap Body Wash – $3.99
Crest Whitening Toothpaste – $2.69
Oral B Advantage Toothbrush – $3.49 (I got home and found out I grabbed the wrong one)
Big Plastic Dump Truck for my future nephew- $2.50 (Check out summer clearance 75% off all the fun toys)

Tailgating

The plastic dump truck pushed me over the top bringing my total to $25.65.

First I gave her the $5 off of $25 coupon bringing the total down to $20.65.

Then I gave her the coupons for:
Gillette Fusion Razor – $4.00 (9/27 P & G insert)
Palmolive Dish soap – $.25 (9/27 P & G insert)
Softsoap Body Wash – $2.00 in ad coupon for Rite Aid AND $1 coupon from 9/27 Smart Source Insert
Crest Whitening Toothpaste – $1.00 (9/27 P & G insert)
Oral B Advantage Toothbrush – $.75 (9/27 P & G insert)

This brought my total down to $11.65. After tax $12.93!

Then when I got home I went on-line and entered my receipt information on Rite Aid’s Single Check Request website. (All you have to enter is the store number, the transaction number and the register number- it will pull all of the eligible rebates out of that receipt.)

Once that is completed, it should give me the following rebates:
Gillete Fusion Razor $4.00
Crest Toothpaste $2.69
Nivea Lip Care $2.00
(I should have had the Oral B toothbrush rebate too, which is also $2.69!)

Total back in rebates: $8.69. Making my total final cost for the entire trip $4.64.

Plus this should qualify me for the $5 gift certificate!

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Rite Aid – week of 9/27- lots of free stuff!

Remember whatever you do at Rite Aid, don’t forget these two things!

$5 off of $25 coupon (just a pdf- no watching videos or giving them your information! And you can print off as many of these as you like- they don’t expire until December!)
Rite Aid Gift of Savings Program

Items Free or Better Than Free After Single Check Rebates
Gillette Fusion Power or Manual Razor, $9
Get $5 Single Check Rebate (Limit 1 per household)
$4/1 Gillette Fusion Razor in today’s paper – 9/27/09 P & G insert
FREE after coupon and SCRs!

Crest Extra White Plus Scope $2.69
Get $2.69 Single Care Bucks (Limit 1 per household)
$1/1 Crest Premium Paste in today’s paper 9/27/09 P & G insert
Better then FREE after coupon and SCRs!

Oral-B Advantage Toothbrush, $2.69
Get $2.69 Single Care Bucks (Limit 1 per household)
$0.75/1 Oral-B Pulsar, CrossAction or Advantage in today’s paper 9/27/09 P & G insert
Better then FREE after coupon and SCRs!

Nivea Lip Care, $2.99
Get $2 Single Check Rebate (Limit 1 per household)
$1/1 Nivea Lip Care Products from the Red Plum on 8/30/09
FREE after coupon and SCRs!

Almost Free
Softsoap Body Wash, $3.99
$2/1 Rite Aid in-ad coupon
$1/1 Softsoap Body Wash, exp. 10-23-09 (ALL YOU September ‘09)
$1/1 Softsoap Body Wash, exp. 12-31-09 (ALL YOU Fashion & Beauty)
$0.75/1 Softsoap Body Wash in today’s insert – 9/27/09
As low as $0.99 after coupons! (Remember you can use a Rite Aid coupon and a manufacturers coupon)

Leave a comment if you see any other amazing deals! Don’t forget to keep your receipts so you can put the single check rebate information on-line! It only takes a minute and no filling out any paperwork!

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Rite Aid Gift Certificate- pre coupon total

I wrote earlier this week about the Rite Aid Gift of Savings Program. For those of you who didn’t see it, let me recap:

At Rite Aid between September 13th and October 17th::
Spend $25-$50, get $5 Rite Aid Gift Certificate
Spend $51-$100, get $10 Rite Aid Gift Certificate
Spend over $100, get $20 Rite Aid Gift Certificate

People who have begun using this program have discovered that the amount you spend to qualify for the gift certificate is the amount BEFORE coupons and refunds.

So let’s say you do the Rite Aid Diaper/Baby Wipe Deal from this week:

Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers, Pull Ups or GoodNites, 3/$33
Great Deal on Diapers!
Use $5 off of $20 from watching video
$10 Single Check Rebate when you purchase 3 (one per household)
3 of the $3 off of Huggies Pure and Natural Diapers (on the widget on this web site)
After rebates, this makes them $3 a bag!

Huggies Baby Wipes Tub (64-ct.) or Soft Pack (40-ct.), 2/$5
$1 Single Check Rebate when you buy 2 (one per household)
2 of the $2 off any Huggies Diaper Product printable
After rebates this makes them 2 FREE

This purchase would count as $38 worth of merchandise qualifying you for a $5 gift certificate even though you aren’t paying nearly that much!

For more information, check out this post from Money Saving Mom!

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Rite Aid $5 off of $25

Check this link for an awesome Rite Aid coupon.  It’s $5 off of $25- no videos to watch, no e-mail address to enter… just an amazing coupon.  It doesn’t expire until December so you have lots of time to get the best deal possible!

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Rite Aid

Rite Aid has a great deal on wipes and diapers this week!

Don’t forget to watch the video for the $5 off of $20 coupon to maximize your savings!

Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers, Pull Ups or GoodNites, 3/$33
Great Deal on Diapers!
Use $5 off of $20 from watching video
$10 Single Check Rebate when you purchase 3 (one per household)
3 of the $3 off of Huggies Pure and Natural Diapers (on the widget on this web site)
After rebates, this makes them $3 a bag!

Huggies Baby Wipes Tub (64-ct.) or Soft Pack (40-ct.), 2/$5
$1 Single Check Rebate when you buy 2 (one per household)
2 of the $2 off any Huggies Diaper Product printable
After rebates this makes them 2 FREE

Combine it with the additional Rite Aid Gift Certificate Offer and it’s an even better deal!

It is important to note that this blog accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorships, paid insertions, or other forms of compensation. The compensation received will never influence the content, topics or posts made in this blog. All opinions stated in this blog belong to its author and no one else. I will only endorse products, companies, and services that I have found worthy of my time and opinion. A Frugal Chick is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to www.amazon.com.