Rite Aid: Deals for the week of April 7-13, 2013


Here are the best Rite Aid deals this week, with thanks to Shannon for her help in compiling them. If you are new to shopping at Rite Aid or have questions about their coupon policy, click here.

John Frieda Luxurious Volume Conditioner, Full Splendor at $6.99 – On Sale Buy One Get One 50% off
Buy 4 and use $2.05/1 printable (Savings Club)
And use $2/1 printable
And use $5/3 Rite Aid Coupon
And use $3/2 coupon from the 2/10 SmartSource insert
Get 2 $3 UPR
$0.73 each after coupons and UPR

Speed Stick or Lady’s Speed Stick – $2.99
Get $2 UPR
$0.99 after UPR

Eos Shave Cream – $2.99
Get $2 UPR
$0.99 after UPR

Bic Silky Touch Razor – $2.99
Get $2 UPR (Limit 4)
Use $3/1 coupon from the 3/17 SmartSource insert
Free plus overage after coupon and UPR

See the full list of deals at Rite Aid this week here.

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  1. Amy says

    Am I the only one having trouble at Rite Aid? With the current UP rewards program, they always take off my pre-loaded bucks before I get a chance to hand in coupons… so they tell me I need to buy more stuff in order to hand over my coupons. So, I have to blow all of my Up rewards in that visit ?(which now is the day after I earn them) plus extra to make up for any coupons I wish to use? I don’t understand how the blog says you can do some of these deals multiple times (like, limit 4) without people having to return to the store nearly every day OR end up with a lot of Up Rewards to use that you’re forced to use on full price items without a coupon… which is a waste of money? I don’t get it. .. can someone explain?

    • Jennifer says

      Download the Rite Aid app and unclip the ones you don’t want to use in your transaction, that way they won’t mess with your final OOP and coupons. :)