Rite Aid Trips 10/14 and 10/15

by Laura on October 15, 2012

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Over the last two days I have made two trips to Rite Aid because the deals were so good.

Since they have made their changes I haven’t spent nearly as much time or money in their stores but I needed these items!

So on Sunday, October 15th I went to take advantage of this deal on Cheer Laundry Detergent:

Cheer Laundry Detergent 2X Liquid 24-32 loads $5
Buy 4 at $5 each
Total = $20
Use 4 $2/1 coupons from the 10/14 PG
Pay $12
Get a $7 +Up Reward when you buy $20 worth of select P&G items (limit 2 offers)
Final Cost $5… just $1.25 each!

So that transaction left me with the $7 in Up Rewards on my Rite Aid Wellness card- basically $7 in Rite Aid store credit.  Those credits are available at 6 a.m. the following morning for use.

So today I went back and did this deal:

Assorted Fun Size or Snack Size Candy 7.6 0z. – 22 oz. 2/$5 
(Hershey’s, Reese’s, Twix, Butterfinger and Snickers pictured)
- $1/2 Hershey’s Chocolate 9.4 oz+ from the 9/9/12 Smart Source Insert
- $1.50/3 M&M’s or Mars Brand Fun Size Candies Bags from the 9/16/12 Red Plum
- $1/2 Nestle fun size Halloween candy bags 9.2oz+ from the 10/14/12  Red Plum
$1.50/3 Bags of Nestle fun size or Halloween Candy, 9.2-12.8 oz.
Final Price: As low as $2.00 a bag

Total Spend Out of Pocket on Both Transactions: $15.36 including sales tax!

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