Riteaid Free Stuff this week 9/13

Riteaid Gift of Savings

By the way, did you see what is up on the RiteAid site? THE GIFT OF SAVINGS Program is back! 

What is the Gift of Savings Promotion? Well, its a program that earns you a FREE certificate to use like cash at Rite Aid! The program runs from 9/13 and ends 10/17 this year. When you spend a certain amount you will earn a certificate. I like to just do the RiteAid Single Check Rebate Program and normally I spend $100 by the end of this promotion time.  The dollar amount you spend is before coupons!

*Spend $25 – $50 and receive a $5 Gift of Savings Certificate
*Spend $50 – $100 and receive a $10 Gift of Savings Certificate
*Spend $100 or more and receive a $20 Gift of Savings Certificate!

All you need to do is enter your reciepts online from anything you spend at Riteaid. Its really easy. In fact if you have a baby or need Pullups or baby toiletries this is a great week to do them plus earn money for this Gift Of Savings program. Check out the deals below.

———-Now on to this weeks Deals ———–

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

Suave Lotion; Get a $1 SCR wyb 1 at $1.99
Use  $1/1 printable coupon
FREE after coupon and SCR

Johnson Baby Care on sale $2.99 each; Get $5/$10/$15 SCR wyb 3/5/10
Use $1/1 coupons from any of the printable coupons available here, here, here, and here,here, here, here

Scenario:
$29.90 when you buy 10 J&J Baby products
-$5 when you use $5 off $25 Rite aid printable coupon
-$10 when you use a combination of the coupons above
=$14.90 plus tax out of pocket and get an $15 Single Check Rebate
PLUS you already have $29.99 towards Gift of Savings program

Wet Ones $1.99, Submit for $1 Single Check Rebate (#85)
Use $1/1 printable here 
=Free after coupon and Single Check Rebate

Non-Single Check Rebate Deals

*Update: Went into RA today — this pull-ups price is regional (like for Seattle) So here in Tri-Cities our pull-ups would be $11.99–not a great deal at all. You might want to skip this.

Huggies PullUps $8.99
Use $2/1 printable coupon here
Pay $6.99 each

Scenario:
$26.97 when you buy three packs
-$5 when you use $5 off $25 Rite aid printable coupon
-$6 when you use three manufacturer coupons (you will need 2 computers for 3 coupons)
=$15.97 plus tax out of pocket for three packs PLUS you are $26.97 towards Gift of Savings Program

Airwick iMotion Kit: 50% off (should be $11.49, according to the Rite Aid website)
Use $4/1 or $6/1 from the 8/30 SS and 9/13 SS
=Get it as low as FREE

Act II Popcorn Balls $0.99/3
Buy 3 and use $1/2 coupon here (sorry, says print limit reached now)
=FREE after coupon

Healthy Choice Fresh Mixers $2.50 each
Use $2/1 printable coupon here
Pay $0.50 each after coupon

Speed Stick 24/7 Regular or Lady 2.3 – 3 oz. $2.49
Use $0.50/1 in-ad coupon
Use $1.50/1 printable coupon (use zipcode 33907)
Pay $0.49 each after coupons

Thanks for these deals goes to Moms Need to Know and Common Sense with Money! Thanks!Leave a Comment

Riteaid Free Stuff this week 9/13 was last modified: September 14th, 2009 by Karrie

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