Rite Aid Coupon Policy Change

I came home from coupon class and discovered my beloved Rite Aid has changed their coupon policy.  I was scared- what could they have changed?  Was I going to have to change my opinion and make CVS my favorite drug store?

Fortunately the changes are small. One sad one is that you can not use a Buy One Get One Free coupon in conjunction with a Buy One Get One Free promotion anymore.   You can still use cents or dollars off coupons on the purchase though, but the value cannot exceed the selling price.

Another HAPPY change is that Rite Aid will accept UP TO 4 identical coupons for the same number of qualifying items as long as there is stock to satisfy other customers. This means that someone can not walk in and buy 30 of the same item!  This should help keep the shelves stocked for those of us who aren’t there when the doors open on Sunday.

Click here to read their official coupon policy.

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Comments

  1. Wanika says

    Julie… If Rite aid is having Air Wick spray as a Buy One Get one free deal, and you happen to have a Buy one get on free coupon, they USED to allow you to get 2 free with that one coupon.

    They also used to let you use 2 cents off coupons for a B1G1F sale that they were having. They also used to give back full refunds on items purchased with coupons which they are all no longer doing. Granted, it was very rarily that I ever did a return at RA, but how do they know which coupon on the receipt were for the items being returned.

  2. julie says

    I’m not understanding usinga B1G1 coupon in conjunction with a B1G1 promotion. Could someone give a specific ex that explains what the benefit was of doing this?

  3. Wanika says

    From the way that it is worded, it sounds as if you can only use one cents off coupon per B1G1F sale as well. :(