Sunday, November 29, 2009

Rite Aid Deals 11/29-12/5


Remember you can go here and print a $5 off $25 Rite Aid coupon that will make all the below deals that much sweeter! Also, don't forget that you can go on over here and participate in the Rite Aid Video Value program! Watch videos to earn various Rite Aid coupons--including a $5 off $20 Rite Aid coupon!

Also, Rite Aid has a new Gift of Savings program that started November 22nd and runs through December 24th! Yay! You can earn up to $20 back when you spend over $100 (before coupons and rebates)! Go on over here to check out all the details.

One more thing--if you're having problems with Rite Aid accepting your coupons, you'll definitely want to check out this post regarding Rite Aids corporate coupon policy!


Single Check Rebates
(Rebates below are a limit of one unless otherwise noted)

Gillette Fusion Power Razor $9
Get a $5 Single Check Rebate #5
Use the $4/1 coupon from the 11/29PG
Final cost FREE!

Gillette Grooming Set $13.99
Get a $5 Single Check Rebate #6
Use the $4/1 coupon from the 11/29PG
Final cost $4.99!

Crest Whitestrips $32.99

Get a $10 Single Check Rebate #122

Deal Scenario:
Buy Crest Whitestrips $32.99
Use the $5 off $25 coupon from here
Use the $10/1 coupon from the Rite Aid Oral Care Booklet (this booklet was available in September through the rebate program)
Plus, use the $5/1 coupon from the 11/29PG
Pay $12.99
Get back a $10 rebate
Final cost $2.99!
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Oral-B Stages 1 ct manual toothbrush $2.49
Get a $1.50 Single Check Rebate #125
Use the $1/1 coupon from the 11/1PG (exp 11/30)
Final cost FREE!

AMO Complete Multi Purpose Solution $7.99
Get a $7.99 Single Check Rebate #89
Use the $1/1 coupon from the 10/25RP
Final cost FREE + a $1 moneymaker!

Febreze Candle $5.99
Get a $2 Single Check Rebate #46
Use the $2/1 coupon from the 11/29PG
Final cost $1.99!

Lindt Chocolate Bars $1.50
Purchase $15 worth and get a $5 Single Check Rebate #47

Deal Scenario:
Buy 10 Lindt bars for a total of $15
Use the $3 off $15 coupon--that was previously available
Use 5 $1/2 coupons from the 10/14SS
Pay $7
Get back a $5 rebate
Final cost just $0.20 per bar!
**These would make great stocking stuffer items or thrown in a gift basket!
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Other Great Deals

Kellogg's Special K Cereal $2.50

Use the $1/1 coupon from here
Final cost $1.50!

Oral-B Pulsonic toothbrush $75
Use the $15 off Rite Aid in ad coupon
Use the $10/1 coupon from the 11/29PG (regional coupon)
Plus, use the $5 off $25 coupon
Pay $45
Then submit for the $15 manufacturer rebate
Final cost $30!


Save $5 on Yes To Carrots Products with in ad coupon
(excludes Lip Balms)
Anyone know what the lowest price product is?


Pampers Jumbo Pack Diapers/Training Pants $8.99
Use the $1.50/1 coupon from the 11/29PG
Final Cost $7.49!


Chloraspetic Lozenges $1.99
Use the $1/1 coupon from here
Final cost $0.99!

Rite Aid Batteries $3
(AA or AAA 8 Packs)
Use the $2/1 Rite Aid coupon (you will need to register with a new email address and then they will email you a link to the coupons)
Final cost $1!

Assorted Holiday Gift Wrap 30", 50 Square Feet $0.88!

**New to Rite Aid shopping?!?
Check out this post
or better yet, check out my Rite Aid video!



For more Rite Aid Deals and Rite Aid Coupons visit the new Hip2Save.com

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is the coupon for Gillette Grooming Set same for Gillette Fusion Power Razor? Because I only have one for the Razor. Thanks.

Joanna said...

Hello, I have a quick question. Are you allowed to use the video value questions ($5/20) in addition to the $5/25 from coupons.com per se in the same transaction? I heard this question some place else and never caught the answer.
Thanks.
P.S. Thanks Colin and everyone else for the help and input! I've never appreciated drug stores so much in my life :)

Mommycia said...

Joanna~ You can not combine them. You are only allowed 1 $x/$xx per transaction.

mclovin2save said...

FYI, I found man Qs for $1 off any yes to! product at WalGreens last time I was there! It pays to ask your cashier!

Nicci said...

On their website, it says the Gift of Savings program ended Nov. 17. I don't see any information about a new program. Do you all?

Also - do I have to enter my receipts twice? Once for the Single Check Rebates and again for the Gift of Savings?

Can someone straighten me out, please?

Anonymous said...

the $3 off $5 has expired, hasn't it?

Anonymous said...

No, Nicci, you don't have to enter them twice. The computer does it all for you. Yeah.

Anonymous said...

Is there any other way to get a copy of the September booklet to do the rebate for the Whitestrips?

Anonymous said...

If someone isn't going to use their Whitestrips Rite Aid $10 coupon can I have it? Or buy it from you? Email me at dpasho@hotmail.com
Thanks!
Debby

ilja said...

You know the Single Check Rebate it comes in a form of a check right!

Can you go to the bank and cash it!
And get the money.

Or you have to use it at Rite Aid!

Mrs. B said...

Ilja:

You can go to the bank and cash/deposit it. I always deposit mine right into my checking.

Mrs. B said...

Nicci:

I believe you were looking at something relating to the Fall Gift Of Savings.

The current one Collin is refering too doesnt end until Dec 24th. You only have to enter your reciepts once too.

Anonymous said...

The fine print below the info on the Holiday Gift of Savings says that this amount is determined BEFORE sales tax and shipping fees, but AFTER any promotional codes, instant coupons or discounts for online purchases. So do we know that in-store purchases are BEFORE coupons, for sure? If so this is awesome as the other day I had a total of $30 before coupons and only $5 after. Otherwise this would be a bummer. This is the fine print from the store. . . .

*Cash back is provided in the form of a Rite Aid gift certificate via mail. Entry Limit: one per household. Offer is valid on in-store and Rite Aid Online Store purchases made from November 22, 2009 through December 24, 2009. Qualifying purchase amount is determined before sales tax, online shipping fees and after any promotional codes, instant coupons, or discounts for Rite Aid Online Store purchases and excludes the purchase of prescriptions, prescription co-pays, lottery tickets, tobacco, alcohol products, money orders, money transfers, gift certificates, Rite Aid gift cards, retailer gift cards, prepaid phone cards, prepaid internet and wireless cards, prepaid credit cards, prepaid cards of any type, stamps, licenses, other mailing services, contact lenses, and any other items excluded by law. Qualifying receipts must be submitted either at riteaid.com by January 25, 2010 or through the mail and postmarked by January 25, 2010 using the Gift of Savings enrollment form available in-store. Gift certificates will be mailed after the promotional period ends, or sooner if online submission is requested by customer or mail-in customer accumulates over $100 in qualified purchases, and will expire on April 30, 2010 and will not be replaced if not redeemed prior to expiration. Gift certificates are not redeemable for cash, may not be returned, will not be replaced if lost or stolen and are only valid for in store purchases.

Anonymous said...

During the same promotion last year, I bought about $100 worth of stuff during the promotion and probably paid about 8 dollars out of pocket before SCRs. It gave me full credit for the full price of the items before coupons. Not sure if that is different this year or not.