Rite Aid deals, Feb. 2-8

Posted by Amy Dunn on February 2, 2014 

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Pick up free GE light bulbs, Stayfree pads, Reach floss and Listerine at Rite Aid this week along with nice coupon deals on Purell, Softsoap, Purex laundry soap and Oral B battery toothbrushes.

There’s also an opportunity to score a free gallon of milk when you purchase two Kashi products.

And if you’re a senior, you have the chance for up to 20 percent discounts on Wednesday, Feb. 5.

Keep reading for details and coupon match-ups on the very best of this week’s deals.

Buy and Earn +UP Rewards promotion: Earn extra +UP Rewards when you purchase participating products, which are marked in circulars and on store shelves. You must purchase a minimum of $100 by March 1 to qualify for the minimum reward, which is $15.

Senior Day promotion: Seniors save 20 percent on purchases with a wellness65+ membership. The front cover of the circular says Senior Day is Wednesday, Feb. 4, but Wednesday, Feb. 5, is the correct date. Page 8 of the circular has it right.

Coupon match-ups:

GE Light Bulbs (CFL 1-pack, Halogen 2-pack): $3.99

$3 +UP Rewards on 1. Limit 2.

$1/1 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

$1/1 Rite Aid printable coupon (see link in box)

= 1 FREE!

Stayfree Maxi Pads (14-24 count) or Carefree Pantiliners (36-60 count): $3

$2 +UP Rewards on 1. Limit 2.

$1/1 Stayfree May or June All You magazine

.50/1 printable coupon on Stayfree

.50/1 printable coupon on Carefree

= as low as FREE.

Kashi cereal, snack bars or hummus chips: 2/$6

Buy 2, then get FREE milk with the $4/1 coupon on page 14 of the circular.

Note: Unfortunately, we didn’t receive any Kashi coupons in our Sunday coupon inserts.

Listerine (250 ml) or Reach Floss or Flossers: $2.99

$2 +UP Rewards on 1. Limit 2.

$1/1 printable coupon on Listerine Whitening on N&O’s Find N Save

$1/1 printable coupon on floss

= as low as FREE.

Colgate Optic White toothpaste, mouthwash (8 oz.) or manual toothbrush: $3.49

$2 +UP Rewards on 1. Limit 2.

$1/1 mouth wash 1/19 SS or 2/2 SS

.75/1 toothpaste 2/2 SS

$1/1 printable toothpaste coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

$1.50/2 toothbrushes 2/2 SS

= as low as 49 cents. CVS has free Colgate toothpaste this week.

Purell hand sanitizer (1-2 oz.): 4/$5

$1 +UP Rewards on 4. Limit 2 deals.

$3/10 printable coupon

Deal idea: Buy 8 = $10

After coupon and $2 in rewards = $5. That’s 63 cents each.

Softsoap liquid hand soap (7.5 oz.): 99 cents

.35/1 1/19 SS

= 64 cents.

Oral B battery toothbrush: $5.99

$2 +UP Rewards on 1. Limit 2.

$3/1 1/26 P&G

= 99 cents. Nice deal, though you can snag one of these free at Harris Teeter through Tuesday with the paper coupon and HT’s digital coupon.

Purex laundry detergent (43.5-50 oz.): 2/$6

$2 +UP Rewards on 2. Limit 2 deals.

$1/1 1/26 RP2, expiring Sunday, 2/2

= $1 each, Sunday only. Terrific deal.

Speed Stick Gear deodorant, body spray, body wash or bar soap: 2/$8

$3 +UP Rewards on 2. Limit 2 deals.

$1.50/1 deodorant 1/26 SS

$1.50/1 body spray 1/26 SS

= $1 each.

Arm & Hammer Spinbrushes: BOGO

$2/1 printable coupon

Get $5 +UP Rewards when you spend $30 on Cheesecake Factory gift card. Limit 2.

Get $5 +UP Rewards when you spend $25 on Applebee’s or Chili’s gift cards. Limit 2.

No coupons required:

Store-brand pain relievers: BOGO.

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