Rite Aid deals, April 13-19

Posted by Amy Dunn on April 13, 2014 

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Pick up nice deals on Easter candy, Bounty Basic paper towels, Carnation Evaporated Milk, Domino’s brown or confectioner sugar, Conair hairbrushes and Scunci elastics at Rite Aid this week.

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

Coupon match-ups:

Reese’s eggs: 69 cents

$1/3 Reese’s 2/23 SS

= 36 cents each.

Bounty Basic single roll paper towel: 89 cents

.25/1 3/30 P&G

= 64 cents.

Carnation Evaporated Milk (12 oz.): $1

.55/2 1/26 RP2

= 73 cents each.

Domino’s brown or confection sugar (1 lb.): $1

.50/2 4/6 RP

= 75 cents each.

Conair Color Vibes hairbrush or Scunci Elastics 18-count: 2/$5

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

= $1 each after rewards.

Starburst of LifeSaver jelly beans (13-14 oz.): 2/$4

$1/2 3/23 RP

.50/1 Starburst Rite Aid printable coupon

= $1.25 per bag.

Lancaster Cremes (8 oz.): 2/$6

$1.50/1 3/2 SS

= $1.50 each after two coupons.

Get $5 +UP Rewards when you spend $25 on Aeropostle gift cards. Limit 2.

Get $6 +UP Rewards when you spend $25 on Google Play gift cards. Limit 2.

No coupons required:

Simplify single-roll paper towel: 99 cents.

Rite Aid vitamins and supplements: BOGO.

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