Free Carefree at Rite Aid


This is a pretty simple sale- and all the coupons can be printed right off your computer!

Right now you can print a coupon for $.50/1 Carefree Product.  You should be able to print 2 and you will need them both!

Buy (2) Carefree $1.00
Get $1.00 Up Reward when you buy 2
use (2) $.50/1 printable coupons
Free after coupon & UPR

Thanks For The Mommas!

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Rite Aid: January Video Values Coupons


Did you know Rite Aid has their own coupons?  You can go to RiteAid.com, click on Video Values and find a whole list of printable coupons!  These can be stacked with manufacturer’s coupons to get the best deal possible.

On 1/1/12 Rite Aid will reset the coupons on their site.  Here are the new ones that will be available:

$1/1 Airwick Kits or Refills
$5/1 alli
$1/1 Almay Intense I-Color
$1/1 Bayer Aspirin
$2/1 Benefiber
$8/1 Brainstrong Item
$2/1 Breathe Right
$2/1 Centrum Mens and Women’s (100 ct.), Centrum Adult (100 ct.), or Men’s and Women’s Silver (100-125 ct.)
$1/4 Chex Mix (5.5-8.75 oz.), Bugles (7.5 oz.), or Gardetto’s (5.5 oz.)
$1/1 Clean & Clear
$0.50/1 Coke (12 pk.), Coke (6 pk.), or Two Coke (2L)
$3/1 Colgate Optic White Toothbrush
$3/1 Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste
$3/1 Cosamin or Omegamint Item
$1/1 Delsym
$1/2 Dove Valetine Bags & Hearts (7.94 oz.+)
$2/2 Dr Pepper 12 packs (Diet, Regular and Ten)
FREE DVD copy: YesVideo DVD Transfer service
$1/1 Emerald Nuts (10-12 oz.)
$2/1 Emergen-C
$1/1 Ensure
$1/1 Ester-C
$1/1 Excedrin
$10/1 Extenze (16 oz.) Liquid
$1/2 Fiji Water (1 Liter)
$1/1 Finish
FREE FlavoRX Flavoring for Children’s Liquid Medication
$0.50/1 Fullbar Item
$1.50/2 Fuze
$1/1 Garnier Dark Spot Corrector
$1/2 Garnier Fructis Anti Dandruff Shampoo
$1/2 Garnier HerbaShine Hair Color
$1/2 Garnier Nutrisse Hair Color
$0.50/1 Gatorade (64 oz.)
$1/1 Glucerna
$1/2 Hershey’s Candy Pouches
$1/2 Hershey’s Kisses
$2/1 Instead Softcup (14 ct.)
$2/1 Irwin Naturals Boot Camp
$0.30/1 Libby’s Fruit
$1/1 Listerine (1 L)
$2/1 Listerine Whitening (16 or 32 oz.)
$3/1 L’Oreal Colour Riche Lip Item and one Colour Rich Nail item together
$1/1 L’Oreal Elnett Hair Spray
$1/1 L’Oreal Eversleek, Everstrong, Everpure, Ever Crème, or EverStyle Hair Care
$1/1 L’Oreal False Fiber Mascara
$1/1 L’Oreal Healthy Look Crème Hair Color
$2/1 L’Oreal Magic Lumi Concealer or Primer
$1/1 L’Oreal Preference Hair Color
$1/1 L’Oreal Studio Styling Products
$1/1 L’Oreal Sublime Mousse Hair Color
$2/1 L’Oreal True Match
$5/1 L’Oreal Youth Code
$1/1 Lysol Healthy Touch Hand Soap Kits
$2/1 MagniLife Item
$2/1 Maybelline Eye Studio Color Plush Quad shadow or Eye Studio Color Pearls Duo shadow
$1.50/1 Mucinex DM
$2/1 Natrol Melatonin
$3/1 Nature Made Fish Oil
$1/1 Nature’s Bounty
$5/1 Nicoderm CQ Patch (14 ct.)
$5/1 Nicorette Gum (100-110 ct.), Nicorette Mini Lozenge (81 ct.), or Nicorette Lozenge (72 ct.)
$1/1 Nicorette Gum (20 ct.)
$1/1 No Nonsense
$2/1 Ocuvite Eye Vitamin and Mineral Supplement
$1/1 One A Day
$1/2 Oreos
$1/3 Orville Redenbacher’s Microwave Popcorn (3-4 pks.)
$3/1 Osteo Bi-Flex
$0.25/1 Pounds Lost
$4/1 ProNutrients
$1/1 Purex Crystals (28 oz.)
$5/1 Quick Trim
$1/1 Reach Toothbrushes
$2/1 Rembrandt Tooth Paste
$2/1 Revlon ColorBurst™ Lip Butter
$2/1 Revlon Colorstay 16 Hour Eye Shadow Quad
$3/1 Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush™ Mousse Makeup
$2/1 Roc
$1/1 Scott Paper Towel (4-15 pk.)
$1/1 Scunci Bendini or Upzing
$1.50/1 Sensodyne
$0.50/1 Skittles Singles
$2/1 SlimQuick or NV products
$2/1 Triaminic
$0.25/1 Trident
$1/1 Tums
$1/2 Twizzlers Candy
$1/1 Viactiv
$5/1 Vicks Vaporizers or Humidifiers
$0.10/1 Welch’s Grape Juice (14 or 64 oz.)
$2/1 Zantrex-3 (84 ct.) or Zantrex -3 Fat Burner (56 ct.)
$5/1 Zostrix Diabetic Foot Pain Relief Cream Item or TWO MultiBetic Multi Vitamin

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Paper Product Coupon Deals


Running low on paper products at home?  Be sure to pick some up at the best price possible!

Best Paper Towel Deals:
Rite Aid:
Simplify Paper Towels $0.87 single roll

Walgreens:
Viva Paper Towels 6 pk 2/$12
-$3/2 in store coupon
-$1 coupon from SS 11/6
-$0.50/2 printable
Final=2/$8

Best Bath Tissue Deals:

Walgreens:
Angel Soft Bath Tissue 9 big rolls 2/$8
-$1 RR
-$1, $1/2, $0.50, or $0.45 coupons from RP 11/13R
Final=as low as 2/$6

For a complete list of paper deals, visit Momondealz here

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Rite Aid: Changes to Wellness Plus Program in 2012


I think I have mentioned a few times how much I LOVE Rite Aid.  And today they released news that will make me love them more.

Rite Aid will introduce Load2Card, a new coupon management program that will allow all wellness+ members to save, manage and redeem Rite Aid and manufacturer coupons available throughout the internet via their wellness+ card. Rite Aid is the first in the drugstore industry to offer this tool. Every week, members will have the opportunity to load an average of
more than $100 in savings directly to their wellness+ card. The coupon savings will automatically be deducted from applicable purchases when customers scan their wellness+ card at checkout. Paper coupons will continue to be accepted.

To enable the direct-to-card savings, on or after Jan. 1, 2012, members simply need to activate and log in to their online wellness+ account on www.riteaid.com. Customers who do not yet have a wellness+ account will also be able to create one at this time and to use Load2Card immediately.

Check back to www.afrugalchick.com as the new year starts for more details!

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Thanksgiving Day Drug Store Shopping- Moneymaker


I went to all three drugstores today (something I rarely do).  Even though Rite Aid’s Thanksgiving Ad was incredibly sad this year I did get three things there.

I don’t have time to break it all down by transaction but here is what I bought by store:

Rite Aid: 2 Scrunci Hair Elastics, Phillips Ear Phones

Walgreens: Cottonelle Toilet Paper, 2 Scunci Hair Elastics, Thermacare Heat Patch, 2 Gillette Fusion Aftershaves, Dental Flossers

CVS: Advil 4 ct, Advil 10 ct, Pepto Bismal, Kleenex, AA batteries, Carmex, Soft Lips, Finish Quantum Dishwashing Detergent, Dental Flossers, Peanut Butter M & Ms, and Ear Buds

Between the 4 stores I did 7 transactions.  I did not have store credit at any stores when I started.

My total spent out of pocket was $16.78. 

I now have $17.22 in store credit to use on my next visits.

In coupon math we call that a MONEY MAKER!

How did you do?

Want to try the stores yourself?  Check out the deals at CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens.

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Rite Aid: 15 FREE Holiday Cards & 25 FREE Prints


Still trying to decide about holiday cards?  How about getting 15 for FREE to start your collection?

Right now you can get 15 FREE personalized “greeting” cards by using the coupon code FREECARDS when you make your purchase through Rite Aid’s Picture Center.

Shipping is less than $2 or my sources tell me you can pick them up in store for no extra cost.

AND you can get 25 FREE prints using the code FREEPRINTS when you check out.

There is no end date published for this offer.

I have never had anything printed at Rite Aid.  Have you?

Be sure to check out how to get 4 tubes of toothpaste for $3.50 this week at Rite Aid

Thanks Common Sense With Money!

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Rite Aid: 4 Tubes Of Colgate for $3.50 + $3.50 In Store Credit


Last night while teaching a coupon class I stumbled across a GREAT deal on toothpaste this week (11/6 – 11/12) at Rite Aid.  Even without any coupons you can still score 4 tubes of toothpaste for $3.50 plus sales tax.

When you shop at Rite Aid you earn Up Rewards.  These are basically Rite Aid coupons for a certain amount off your total. 

This week at Rite Aid they have Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste (4 oz) on sale for $3.50.  When you purchase it you get $3.50 in Up Rewards.  So in coupon math it is FREE.  However you can buy four of them with your Rite Aid Wellness card (which you must have to do any of the transactions) so this can be a big chance to stock up!

Also in the 10/30/11 Smart Source Insert there was a coupon for this item. So feel free to use that on your first transaction if you have it.

Transaction #1: Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste $3.50
Price Out Of Pocket: $3.50 plus sales tax
Plus get $3.50 in Up Rewards

Transaction #2: Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste $3.50
Pay With $3.50 in Up Rewards from Transaction #1
Price Out Of Pocket: Sales Tax
Plus get $3.50 in Up Rewards

Transaction #3: Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste $3.50
Pay With $3.50 in Up Rewards from Transaction #2
Price Out Of Pocket: Sales Tax
Plus get $3.50 in Up Rewards

Transaction #4: Colgate Total Advance Toothpaste $3.50
Pay With $3.50 in Up Rewards from Transaction #3
Price Out Of Pocket: Sales Tax
Plus get $3.50 in Up Rewards

So in the end you have 4 tubes of toothpaste and $3.50 in Rite Aid credit you can use on something else!

If you are in Hampton Roads and need somewhere to donate the toothpaste I have a suggestion!

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