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Jun
2010

Rite Aid Deals 6/13-6/19

06/12/2010. This post may contain affiliate links. Read my Disclosure Policy.

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Be sure to read all about the ad perk coupons HERE! Lately the ads have had some variation from region to region so be sure to double check your local ad!

Be sure to read about the new Wellness program at Rite Aid HERE! Many of these prices are only available with this card- they are clearly indicated in the ad.

You can click HERE to get a $5/25 Rite Aid coupon or watch the ad perk videos.

Russell Stover Chocolates $4.99
Get $1 +Up Reward
use $1/1 from 5/2 RP
Final Price: $2.99

Gillette or Old Spice Body Wash $2.99

Get $2.99 Rebate
Use Buy One Get Free Gillette or Old Spice from 6/6 P&G
Final Price: 2 for free!

Old Spice Deodorant (not Fresh Collection), Secret Deodorant, Herbal Essences or Scope Mouthwash $2.49

Get $1.50 rebate (limit 2)
Use one of the following coupons:
Use .50/1 Secret from 6/6 P&G
Use $1/1 Herbal Essences from 5/2 RP
Final Price: as low as free!

Gillette Proglide Razor $9.99
Get $5 rebate
Use $4/1 from 6/6 P&G
Final Price: .99

Folding Resin Chair $29.99
Get $10 rebate
Use $5/25 Rite Aid coupon
Final price: $14.99

Terrace Loveseat $19.99

Get $5 rebate
Final Price: $14.99

Listerine Mouthwash 250 ml $2.49

Use $2/1 Listerine Whitening coupon (if included)
Final price: .49

Clearasil- Buy One Get One 50% off
Projected starting price $4.99 (that makes 2 for $7.48)
Use (2) $2/1 coupons HERE (register and then click on personal care)
Use $3/1 ad perk coupon
Final Price: .48 for 2!

Aleve 80-100 count $8.49

Use $2/1 Aleve coupon HERE
Final Price: $6.49

Bayer Aspirin $1.99
Use $1/1 in ad coupon
Use $1/1 from 3/21 SS
Final Price: Free!

Everlast Supplements- Buy One Get One Free
*There is a $10/1 coupon HERE- but Rite Aid’s coupon policy says they won’t accept internet coupons over $5 in value. (So you can’t use this)

Gillette Fusion Men’s Skin Care $6.99
Use $1/1 ad perk coupon
Use $4/1 coupon from 6/13 inserts (I don’t see this coupon in the previews but it is referenced in the ad- so maybe it will be available!)
Final Price: 1.99

Schick Hydro Razor $6.99

Use $1/1 ad perk coupon
Use $5/1 from 6/13 SS
Final Price: .99

Rite Aid Brand Wipes Refills 216-240 ct $5.99
Get $3 rebate
Final price: $2.99
*My store had these on clearance! If you find the right size, you might get them free after rebate.

4pk O-cel-o Sponges $1.99
Use $1/2 from 5/2 SS
Final Price: $1.49 each

Scrubbing Bubbles Extend a Clean $6.99
Use $5/1 coupon HERE
Final Price: $1.99

Coppertone Skincare $8.99
Get $2 +Up reward
Use $1/1 coupon
Final Price: $5.99
*Safeway shoppers might have a $2 off coupon from the May coupon book.

Sunglasses Buy One get One 50% off

Use $4/1 Style science for kids ad perk coupon
Get $10 rebate when you buy 2
Final Price: Should be free or very close!

Clorox Wipes or Cleaners $1.99
Use $1/2 coupon (try 90210)
Final Price: $1.49

If you have not already submitted the $2 Huggies rebate- there is another great deal this week!

Huggies Jumbos $8.99
Get $2 rebate
Get $1/1 +Up reward
and use one of the following coupons:
$3/1 Little movers
$2.50/1 Pure and Natural
$2 off Pull Ups from 6/13 SS
$2.50/1 Goodnights HERE
Final Price: As low as $2.99 a pack!

Reese’s or Hershey’s Minis 11-12 oz Candy $2.99
Get $1 +Up Reward
Final Price: $1.99

Wow this is a GREAT deal for Tom’s of Maine!

Buy assorted items at $3.49 (deodorant, mouthwash, toothpaste or bath bar)
Get $1 rebate (limit 1)
Use $1/1 coupon from 6/13 SS
Final Price: $1.49

Dr Scholls Massing Gel Insoles $9.99

Use $2/1 in ad coupon
Use $2/1 (for her) or $3/1 from 5/2 RP
Final Price: As low as $4.99
**There is a rebate for $3 back on Dr Scholls for Her insoles- making those .99!

Benadryl Spray or Gel- Buy One Get One 50% off
Projected price $5.99 (or 2 for $8.99)
Use $5/2 Benadryl coupon from 4/11 RP
Final Price: $3.99 for 2

And great deals I missed?  If you are not familiar with the +Up program- check it out HERE.

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Sandra June 12, 2010 at 1:41 PM

Charlene, I am a long time follower first time poster. Of all the “frugal/coupon” sites I’ve seen yours is the absolute best. I am a teacher, and I especially love how you stress following rules and doing the right thing. After many months of just following all your great deals I finally got my coupons together for Rite Aid and went to get my deals. I had previously received my Wellness Card, and I also had Video Values Coupons in addition to Manufacturer’s and In-Store. I followed your advice, went in the evening and waited for the cashiers to be empty – no lines, or customers at all.

Problem #1 – “We only take one coupon per item. You can’t use In-Ad and Manufacturer’s coupons together.” Even when I asked her to look at the policy, she would not.
Problem #2 – I took all my coupons back, and only wanted to purchase a $3.69 item w/ and In-Ad coupon of $3.00. The cashier was so nasty, “you’re only paying .69 fir tgis”. In total 3 different Rite Aid employees between 2 stores told me this wrong policy (including a manager): We only take a Manufacturer’s coupon with an In-Ad coupon when the circular states, ” use coupon in most Sunday papers.”

What a mess. Wrong information, nasty attitudes, my 12 year old daughter embarassed, and I didn’t get any of my deals I spent so much time putting together. I called corporate and made a complaint, the rep was sooooo understanding. I am now going to try at a third Rite Aid. At the rep’s suggestion I called the store ahead and asked all the necessary questions and they kept checking the written policy and assured me I could use all my coupons. I don’t want to be “that crazy coupon lady” I just want the deals I can legitimately put together. My question now is when do you think the first two stores will be aware of the correct policy? Those are the stores closest to me, I’ve always shopped there but now that I want to save money is when I’m having trouble. I will be carrying the printout of the policy with me, which BTW is still the most updated one as confirmed by the corporate rep today. Thanks Charlene!

Charlene June 12, 2010 at 1:52 PM

Hey Thanks Sandra!!

Let’s see. This is my opinion only and I think I tend to be a little pessimistic maybe? Anyhoo- I have done the drugstore game for maybe 3 years or so now. My opinion on when stores will change is that you wait until those employees quit or get fired :) If someone has the attitude that they won’t even look at the coupon policy you are trying to show them, well I just don’t see a radical change happening.

I personally don’t need the drama so I simply stop shopping at stores that are a pain. I rarely go to RA actually because I drive across town to avoid any headaches and they REALLY have it make it worth my while to get me to do that. So if you really want to make Rite Aid work, I guess you can just get your scenarios together and be sure you are following everything exactly according to their guidelines. (My scenarios usually do but sometimes I make mistakes). Then I would have the RA phone number on hand- I would call them from the store if you have any hassles at all. Remember to shop when customer service is available!

I have found that employees tend to remember certain customers. If you hand them the phone with a customer service rep and the rep corrects them on the phone I have a feeling that might not endear you to the employee but maybe will get them to stop pulling the stank attitude when you try to shop.

I just did this yesterday at Macy’s. I had a pair of pants from online to return and they did not arrive with a tag. They were Nike Dry Fit pants which is exactly what the packing list said and they stank lady was trying to tell me they weren’t the same thing. I called Macys.com right from the line while she was trying to argue (I just didn’t even have time to hear her nonsense- they were exactly the same pants) and they got her to hurry up and process the return.

Sandra June 12, 2010 at 1:53 PM

I wanted to mention a couple of things that the corporate rep said today during a complaint I made. He said that In-Ad and Video Values coupons are considered Rite Aid coupons and that you can only use one – no stacking both on an item. I then noticed the Zegerid example in this week’s circular page 9 (zip 11420) that actually does exactly that. The rep was VERY surprised, he was almost speechless and told me that it clearly goes against the policy (there is still no Wellness/Up Rewards/Video Values written policy according to him) That example would be only for that product that week, according to the rep. The other things he confirmed that the Rite-Aid employees seem to be confusing is that the 5-off-20 or the 5-off-25 are to be applied at the beginning of transaction before other coupons, and that Up rewards can be used anytime. I know you have been clear on these last two points, but I just thought I would re-confirm your already VERY accurate information. Thanks for all your hard work!

Christy June 12, 2010 at 3:05 PM

On the Gillette body wash deal, if you have the $4/2 coupon it comes out to a $1.01 money maker :) Also, if you get your P&G coupon book from Rite Aid (mine was in the mail today) there is a $2/1 Herbal Essences coupon, so another money maker!

Kahra June 12, 2010 at 4:12 PM

Isn’t there an AdPerk coupon for $1.00 off Scrubbing Bubbles? So that would make it $.99! Also, I found the Target coupon for the toothpaste I emailed you about, and there was a man q in an All You, plus on the Colgate site, so $.99 after both!

Jordan June 12, 2010 at 5:29 PM

are there any other rite aid $5/25 coupons available that you know of Charlene? I was only able to print one and I really need another one! I already used my video values coupon… thanks.

Charlene June 12, 2010 at 5:37 PM

http://img.ionmx.com/ionmxweb2/MXOrgs/6008/Content/images/welcome/EVRA1112_MRA_5off_JUNE.pdf

That is for health related purchases

You can also register here and they will send you a $5/25 coupon:

https://www.riteaid.com/myriteaid/login.jsf

Kristy June 12, 2010 at 5:52 PM

Hi, just want to let you know, the up rewards are not generating one per transactions. I did the duracell and old spice yesterday got a $3 & $4 but today I used the same card bought the same thing and got no ups rewards.

Christina June 12, 2010 at 6:58 PM

There is a deal on Veet:

Veet Products – start @ $6.49
use $1.00 in-ad coupon
use $3.00 June adperk Coupon
use $3.00 IP coupon (http://www.veet.us/offers.php)
Final Price: Free after coupons!

Anu June 12, 2010 at 7:35 PM

Hi Charlene, I just wanted to highlight the fact that the deal

“Old Spice Deodorant (not Fresh Collection), Secret Deodorant, Herbal Essences or Scope Mouthwash $2.49″ has LIMIT of 2 per offer. :D

Anu June 12, 2010 at 8:13 PM

One more deal that I saw in my Rite Aid Pure and Natural hand wash and soap bars are priced at $3.67 since I guess last two weeks and this week too, so one can use $2 VV with $1 Maf coupon from Pure & Natural Site and grab them for only .67cent.

Charlene June 12, 2010 at 8:14 PM

Ok thanks Anu!

Charlene June 12, 2010 at 8:24 PM

Kristy do you mean they aren’t rolling? So there appears to be a limit per Wellness card? I know I had someone tell me they rolled that exact deal 10 times or something last Sunday so maybe Rite Aid is catching on now?

Sandra June 12, 2010 at 11:25 PM

Anyone else NOT see the Gillette Men’s Skin Care AdPerk??? Also, there is a $3 Coppertone AdPerk available to sweeten that deal.

Anu June 13, 2010 at 3:52 AM

Charlene I tired to open the link you posted with the Clearasil deal but it would say ” Sorry. You cannot access the offers at this time “. Help !

Charlene June 13, 2010 at 9:44 AM

Try this- you need to register and then click on personal care tab-

http://www.homesolutionsnews.us/offers.shtml

Crystal June 13, 2010 at 10:50 AM

Are the policies for Riteaid suppose to be the same across the board or does each individual store get to dictate their own policies, I was wondering because I have several in my area and they seem to conflict so much with each other, one will not let me use the 5 off 25 before other qs but the other one will but none of them will let me use internet coupons, which makes it very hard to get these deals. I was wondering if I should call corporate and ask directly or do I save my breathe (it is the mananger himself who told me no IQs because of fraud). Thanks ladies for your advice

Kristin June 13, 2010 at 11:25 AM

I had a problem ONCE with the cashier not wanting to take my manuf. coupon and RA in ad Q and a VV Q because the MQ said one per purchase. I explained to her that I am using ONE MQ for the purchase and that I was allowed to use the RA in ad Q AND the VV Q with my MQ. Well, she called a manager over, and he was sooo excited, he tells her of course she can do that, what a great deal you are getting :) He said you can use all 3 coupons for ONE item!! :) of course, he is now my favorite manager :)

Charlene June 13, 2010 at 11:28 AM

Crystal, I would call just to see what they say. From what I hear, people have good luck with RA corporate customer service. In general, I think the drugstores allow store managers a lot of freedom with coupon policies. Since Rite Aid has such a lovely written policy, I think it would be worth a call though and see what they suggest you do.

Jessica June 13, 2010 at 11:38 PM

Gillette Body Wash $2.99 deal:

Buy 4 Body Wash = $11.96
Use 2 B1G1′s q – 5.98 = $5.98
Use $4/2 Gillette Body Wash = $1.98

So, you get 4 body washes for $1.98, and then you get the $2.99 SCR, making it a $1.01 moneymaker.

Lori June 14, 2010 at 9:18 PM

I used Christina’s Veet scenario, but found my local RA had Veet on clearance for $4.49. Was able to use all the coupons to make it a moneymaker!

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