Tylenol Precise $5 off Coupon (Free at Rite Aid, Walmart or Target!)

04/25/2011. This post may contain affiliate links. Read my Disclosure Policy.



There is a printable coupon available for $5 off Tylenol Precise items. This is a fantastic coupon but what makes it even better is that in two weeks (May 8th), Rite Aid has Tylenol Precise available for $5.00 in the weekly ad! So free after coupon!

There should be a $5 off coupon the coupon inserts on the 8th as well- so you have another shot at this coupon in your Sunday paper.

If you don’t care to shop at Rite Aid (or if they are out of stock on these items) you can also take the ad to Target or Walmart for a price match!

This is a high value printable coupon- so there is a chance that some stores might refuse it.  The Rite Aid coupon policy does allow for printable coupons up to $5 in value.

I did print this coupon and it doesn’t expire until June 24th.

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naomi April 25, 2011 at 2:34 PM

Last week I tried to do a price match at Target,and they refused to do it because my ad was from CVS and ot said “with card”.Is that true?I figured it was like Walmart.Then I noticed that CVS ads have with card on almost every item!

Charlene April 25, 2011 at 2:44 PM

Naomi- sort of.

Here is the policy:


This is what it says it excludes:

“Membership club or loyalty programs (e.g. prices that require a club or loyalty card)”

Personally to exclude drugstore sales that always require cards is an especially strict interpretation of the policy but there probably isn’t much you can do to fight the battle. Can you try Walmart instead?

Lauren April 25, 2011 at 3:02 PM

Thank you for the helpful info :) Very excited to try this

mindy April 25, 2011 at 6:55 PM

Hi Charlene,
Is there a limit on this?

emily April 26, 2011 at 7:43 AM

Thanks for the info, Charlene! My husband LOVES these and normally I wouldn’t buy them since they’re too expensive, but I was able to stock up awhile back at Rite Aid (with the $6/2 coupons) and now will be able to replenish this time. I am so glad I started couponing…

lexi April 27, 2011 at 8:38 PM

has anyone else had a problem printing from bricks? it seems like every time i print a coupon through them it say “sorry! you have already printed this coupon”…when I haven’t. any ideas?

wayne May 3, 2011 at 3:23 PM

A lot of times when it says you have already printed it when you haven’t it is because the promotion limit has been reached. Not always but a lot of time.

Holly May 6, 2011 at 10:21 PM

How do you know they are coming in the Sunday ad? When I look at the sunday preview for the SS they are not in there. I want to go stock up if the coupon is in there, but don’t want to spend all that money to find out the coupon is not in there. Please help….I’m a newbie learning my way.

Charlene May 6, 2011 at 10:23 PM

Holly- it is not listed as Tylenol but rather “Precise”- so check again it is listed on the preview. Also, the Rite Aid ad that breaks on Sunday shows a $5 coupon in the Sunday paper for Precise.

Jenn May 18, 2011 at 11:23 PM

Naomi, I also had the same problem at some Targets. But, Walmart did price match it no problem!

candace February 21, 2012 at 11:56 AM

every time I try to print the Tylenol precise coupon, regardless of the computer I use, or the email address, it says I have already printed the allowed number of times.. even though I’ve NEVER been able to print it. what is going on and how can we get them to fix it?

Charlene February 21, 2012 at 12:13 PM

Candace, This post is from April of 2011. The coupon expired a long time ago which is why it is telling you it is no longer available.

There was a $5 coupon in last weekend’s newspaper inserts but there is not printable coupon available right now.


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