Free or Cheap at Riteaid week of 9/20


Note:  A lot of Riteaid stores are following the policy of (1) internet printable coupon per transaction.  If you find this you may have to do multiple transactions, which can be a pain.

Proantinox $6.99
Use $3/1 Rite Aid coupon HERE
Submit rebate for $6.99
Final price: FREE after rebate + $3 Moneymaker

Wheat Thins .99
Use $1/1 HERE
Final Price: FREE

Clean and Clear $4.50
Use $2/1 HERE
Stack with $3.00 Rite Aid coupon HERE
Final Price: FREE plus .50 Moneymaker

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups buy one at $0.88 get one FREE
Use 2 $0.55/1 coupons from the 8/23SS
Final cost 2 for FREE + overage!

Huggies Baby Wipes tubs 64 ct, soft pk 40 ct, Wash Cloths 20 ct 2/$5
Get a $1 Single Check Rebate #40 (on 2)
Use 2 $2/1 Huggies Diaper Product coupons from here: IE or Firefox
Final cost 2 for FREE!

**Hot Diaper Deal**Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers or Pull Ups are 3/$33, and get a $10 rebate when you buy 3!

If your store carries Pure and Natural  and does not follow the one internet printable coupon per transaction rule this will be the “best case scenario”:

Buy( 3) packs of  Huggies at $11 each
-Use $5/20 RA coupon
-Use (3) $2/1 Huggies Rite Aid coupons
-Use (3) $2/1 or $3/1 huggies internet printed coupons  HERE , HERE , HERE , HERE , HERE , or HERE
Final Price: As low as $13 and get a $10 rebate check! Net= $3 for 3 packs of diapers!

Now if your store has the 1 IP per transaction rule here is your best case scenario (you should be able to use an IP and the Riteaid coupon together):

Buy 1 pack huggies diapers $11
-Use (1) $2/1 Huggies Rite Aid coupons
-Use (1)  $3/1 huggies internet printed coupons  HERE and HERE  

Pay $6 plus tax
Then repeat this same transaction 2 more times and you will have paid $18 and you will get a $10 rebate check back=net $8 for 3 packs of diapers –($2.67 per pack) still not too bad! 

Also Here is a really sweet scenario to get your pack of diapers for free from IHeartSavingMoney–thanks!)

 Buy 1 package of Huggies Pull Ups $11
Buy 1 Proantinox $6.99
Buy 6 Reeses Peanut Butter Cups on sale buy one at $0.88, get one FREE
Use the $5 off $20 Rite Aid Ad Perks coupon
Use $3/1 Proantinox Rite Aid Ad Perks coupon
Use the $2/1 Pull Ups coupon from above
Use 6 $0.55/1 Reese’s coupons from the 8/23SS
Pay $7.33

BUT then get back a $10 Single check Rebate for the Huggies purchased and a $6.99 Rebate for the Proantinox! Final cost all of the above FREE + a $9+ moneymaker! If you don’t have the free Huggies voucher coupon, then your final cost for all the above will still be FREE with a few cents in overage too!

Oh and don’t forget  to enter your receipts to get your reward check in the gift of savings program!!

Happy shopping!10 Comments

Free or Cheap at Riteaid week of 9/20 was last modified: September 21st, 2009 by Karrie

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  1. The Rite Aid on Lee would not let us use both Ad Perks and man. coupons. It does say right on the bottom of the Ad Perks coupon that the manufacturer will reimburse the store, so I honestly feel like using both would cause the store to lose out. More power to anyone that can get it to work, but even without those coupons, it’s still a great deal!

    I bought 3 packs of Pure and Naturals, one Proantinox and 3 8 packs of Reeses ($1 each)
    Used (3) $3 off Pure and Naturals
    Used (1) $3 off Proantinox
    Used $5 off $20 Ad Perks coupon
    Used (3) 55 cents off Reeses

    Total was around $27
    Will receive $17 in SCR and $5 gc from Gift of Savings

    $5 for all of that is still an awesome deal!

  2. I’m a newbe to couponing, so I have a question. In your “best case scenario” for the diapers, how do you print (3) $2/1 Huggies Riteaid coupons?

  3. The Rite Aid on Lee would not accept my $2/1 Huggies diaper product printed coupon either. I had a fifty cents off wipes coupon that I used instead.

  4. Both Kennewick stores appear to be enforcing their coupon policy now. I was told IP Qs could not total more than $5, including the ones off their own site. It worked out I only had to split the diapers into 2 transactions because I had snail mail coupons and I was still able to use all my Qs between the 2 purchases. Anyway, their policy could certainly put a damper on my Rite-Aid shopping.

    Also, on clearance at the Hwy 395 store was a bunch of Tylenol Allergy & Sinus for $1.87/box. Could make a great find if you have the right coupons. They were located on the end cap behind the diapers.

  5. Almost forgot – the Hwy 395 store was running some kind of deal where you get 20% off every purchase, something to do with the pharmacy. So I got another 20% off both diaper purchases. My OOP for the 3 packs of Pure & Natural diapers was less than $13 pre-tax. With the rebate and gift of savings my diapers were FREE!!!

  6. anyone else have problems finding the clean and clear $3 off q from the RA video page…maybe I am just blind:(

  7. Talk about inconsistant. Today I used 3 internet coupons totaling $11 in one transaction. How confusing.

  8. Okay, so I went to the RiteAid on Lee. The sweet cashier explained the RiteAid Coupons for me. So I thought I’d pass it on. They consider them Manufacturer’s Coupons (says on the coupons), so you can’t use them with other ones. Pretty sneaky!

    Just out of curiosity, did these deals work for anyone?

  9. So I am new to the mega couponing, but I am really going to try to give it a shot. Today I went to Rite Aid (Ephrata) and was successful with the diaper scenario pretty well (had the $5 off $20 purchase and a whole bunch of diapers coupons printed- all but one accepted). The wipes wouldn’t accept the “diaper product” coupon. The wheat thins were shelved as $1 and had my coupon, but then when I got home realized that I was charged $3. Rookie mistake, I guess. And I almost didn’t get the clean and clear soap because of overage, but they entered in differently and I guess I got it. So my 3 packs of diapers, 2 tubs of wipes, face soap, crackers, and 2 gallons of milk after rebates will be about $20. Not too bad, but I am going to keep learning and do even better!

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