Real Deal Roundup
Please see A Few Tips at the bottom of this post.

7 Up 2-liters 4 for $5

-          Buy 4 2-liters

-          Get $2 +UP reward

-          Final price $0.75 each

Airwick Freshmatic Ultra Kit $6.49

-          Print $4 off 1 coupon HERE (

-          Use Rite Aid Video Values $1 off 1 coupon

-          Final price $1.49

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks $0.99

-          Buy 2 bags

-          Print (2) $0.50 off 2 coupon HERE or HERE

-          Final price $0.49 each

Crest Pro-Health toothpaste $2.99

-          Use $1 off 1 coupon from Proctor & Gamble insert (8/29)

-          Get $2 +UP reward

-          Final price FREE

Dove shampoo, conditioner or stylers 2 for $6

-          Buy 2 products

-          Print $1.50 off 2 HERE

-          Get $2 +UP reward

-          Final price $1.25 each

Mr. Clean Multi-Surface cleaner (28oz) $1.99

-          Use B1G1free coupon from Procter & Gamble insert (8/29)

-          Final price $1.00 each

Pringles Super Stacks 4/$6

-          Buy 4 stacks

-          Use $1 off 4 coupon from Proctor & Gamble insert (8/29)

-          Get $2 +UP reward

-          Final price $0.75 each

Right Guard B1G1free $3.89

-          Print (2) $1.50 off 1 HERE

-          Get $1 +UP reward

-          Final price FREE

Schick Hydro razor $5.99

-          Use $5 off 1 coupon from SmartSource insert (8/8)

-          Final price $0.99

Schick Hydro Shave Gel $2.00

-          Use $1 off 1 coupon from SmartSource insert (8/8)

-          Final price $1.00

V05 shampoo or conditioner 4 for $3.56

-          Get $1 +UP reward

-          Final price $0.64 each

A Few Tips

·      +UP rewards are Rite Aid’s newest program.  The +UP reward will print on the bottom of your receipt and can be used for most products.  You must register and receive a Wellness + rewards card, and make sure that your cashier scans the card first before every transaction.  Usually only one +UP transaction is allowed per Wellness card. If you plan carefully, you can use +UP from one transaction to entirely pay for your next transaction.  I normally buy all my products that will give me +UP first and then come back for another transaction later and pay with the +UP from the first transaction.  Please note that you cannot have more coupons than items, so plan accordingly or buy cheap “fillers” like chewing gum or individual toilet paper rolls.  Also be on the lookout for another savings opportunity called SCR – Single Check Rebate.  These work just like regular rebates.  You can register them online, but you should enter them all at one time only once a month.  A check will be cut for you to deposit in your bank.  Rite Aid also has Video Values  which is a site that you can watch short videos and earn additional coupons.  This is a great place to get money off purchase coupons.

·         The “Final Price” in this listing takes the +UP discount, even though you will not be using it during that transaction.  It reflects the net price of that item.

         Most printable coupon sites will require that you download a “coupon printer” the first time you use them.  This is a safe download that simply tracks how many times you’ve printed.  Most coupons will allow you to print two copies (this is usually done by hitting the Back button on your browser and refreshing the page after the first copy prints).  If you have more than one computer in your house, it can sometimes be advantageous to print two copies on each computer.

         Remember that you can repeat a deal depending on how many coupons you have unless there is a limit on the number of items you can purchase.  For example, Wheat thins for $0.99 and you know of a $1 off printable coupon – if you have 3 computers in your house, you could print 6 coupons and buy 6 boxes for free!  BUT, Rite Aid may have a restriction on the number of boxes you can buy at the $0.99 price, so be sure to look before you checkout.

         There are many more deals posted on larger sites such as Madame Deals or A Full Cup, these are just a sampling of what I think are the best deals available.

·           Also remember that you can “stack” coupons when you have more than one type.  This means if you have a Rite Aid coupon, you can ALSO use a manufacturer’s coupon.  And, to avoid problems, always present your coupons in this order to the cashier: money off store coupons (ex. $4 off $20 purchase), Rite Aid store coupons, manufacturer coupons, then +UP rewards.

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