Rite Aid deals, March 30-April 5

Posted by Amy Dunn on March 30, 2014 

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Pick up free Easter candy and Fresh Guard by Efferdent at Rite Aid this week plus other nice deals on Oral B power toothbrushes, Mitchum, and discounted restaurant gift cards after rewards.

And if you’re a senior, you have the chance for up to 20 percent discounts on Wednesday, April 2.

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

Senior Day promotion: Seniors save 20 percent on purchases with a wellness65+ membership on Wednesday, April 2, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Coupon match-ups:

Mars M&M’s Easter Eggs, Brach’s Jelly Beans, Russell Stover and other Easter novelty candies: 2/$2

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

$1/2 Mars Easter products 3/9 RP1

= 2 FREE M&M’s Easter Eggs!

Mars, Hershey’s, Cadbury, Netstle singles: 59 cents

.50/2 Rite Aid printable coupon

$1/3 2/23 SS

100% cash back for Reese’s peanut butter egg on SavingsStar.com

= as low as 3 FREE on Reese’s.

Fresh Guard by Efferdent: $5.99

$5 +UP Rewards. Limit 2.

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


Theater-size box candy: 3/$3

$1 +UP Rewards on 3

$1/3 Reese’s 2/23 SS, if included in sale

= as low as 33 cents each.

Haribo gummy candies: 3/$3

$1 +UP Rewards on 3. Limit 4 deals.

.30/1 printable coupon on Haribo USA Facebook page

Oral B power toothbrush: $5.99

$2 +UP Rewards. Limit 2.

$3/1 3/30 P&G

= 99 cents! Great deal.

Crest Sensi-Relief toothpaste (4.1 oz.): $4.99

$3 +UP Rewards. Limit 2.

$1/1 2/9 RP or 3/2 P&G, expiring Monday, 3/31

$1/1 3/30 P&G

= 99 cents after coupon and rewards. A decent price on a speciality toothpaste. Otherwise, you can easily get regular toothpastes for free to 25 cents.

Mitchum: online prices start at $3.99

$2/1 2/23 SS, expiring Sunday, 3/30

$1/1 in-ad coupon

= 99 cents Sunday only.

Peeps 10-12 count or 3-count sugar free: 2/$3

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

= $1 each.

Post and Kellogg’s cereals (select varieties including Post Great Grains, Kellogg’s Krave and Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats): BOGO

$1/1 Post Great Grains Digestive Blend Vanilla Graham or Berry Medley cereal, 12.5 oz. or larger 3/9 SS

.70/1 Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats Touch of Fruit in the Middle Raisin Cereal, 15 oz. 2/16 RP, expiring Sunday, 3/30

.70/1 Kellogg's Krave Smores Cereal, 11 oz. 2/16 RP, expiring Sunday, 3/30

Get $5 +UP Rewards when you spend $50 on Applebee’s or Chili’s gift cards. Limit 2 deals.

Get $4 +UP Rewards when you spend $8 of Scunci or Conair hair accessories. Limit 2 deals.

Get $10 +UP Rewards when you spend $30 on select P&G items.

This deal includes Tide, Downy, Charmin, Bounty, Puffs and Dawn. LOTS of coupons available from the P&G inserts. Sunday and Monday only, you can use coupons from both March and April P&G!

Get $7 +UP Rewards when you spend $24 on select P&G items. (A second P&G promo unrelated to the one above.)

This one includes several Buy 1, Get 1 50% off sales. Items include Pampers, Always, Tampax, Olay, CoverGirl. LOTS of coupons available from the P&G inserts. Sunday and Monday only, you can use coupons from both March and April P&G!

No coupons required:

Simplify 2 liter soda: 88 cents.

Rite Aid allergy medicines (select): BOGO.

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