Rite Aid deals, March 9-15

Posted by Amy Dunn on March 9, 2014 

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    *Print Rite Aid store coupons HERE. Remember, you must first watch a short commercial before you're allowed to print these coupons. Limit 1 of each coupon per month.

    *Check weekly circular for occasional store coupons.

    *Store and manufacturer coupons may be combined or "stacked" for increased savings.

    *Only one coupon may be used on BOGO sales.

    *Up to four identical coupons may be used with sufficient stock.

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Pick up cheap Easter candy at Rite Aid this week along with nice coupon deals on Bic disposable razors and Wet n Wild cosmetics.

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

Prescription coupon: Look for two prescription transfer coupons on page 3 of Sunday’s circular. You’ll get $25 +UP Rewards with a transfer. Valid through March 15.

Coupon match-ups:

Reese’s single-serve Easter eggs: 88 cents

$1/3 2/23 SS

.50/2 Rite Aid printable store coupon, which can be stacked

= 38 cents each.

Peeps (3-16 count): 2/$3

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

= $1 each.

Altoids (1.76 oz.): 2/$3

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

= $1 each.

Bic disposable razors: online price $6.99

Buy 1, Get 1 50% off = $10.48

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

$3/1 3/9 SS

= $3.48 for two. That’s $1.74 each.

Get $3 +UP Rewards when you spend $10 on Wet n Wild cosmetics, $1.99 and up

Sale is Buy 1, Get 1 50% off.

$1/1 3/9 RP1

= This should work out to be a very good deal.

Get $5 +UP Rewards when you spend $20 on store-brand diapers, wipes and other baby care items. Limit 2 deals.

No coupons required:

Rite Aid value-size pain medicine (select): BOGO.

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